Jesus slammed the Jewish leaders who preached like him that God alone matters and you must respect and love your neighbour as yourself as laying an impossible burden on the people.  The leaders were not the only ones doing that - many ordinary people were part of the problem too.  The gospel does not mention that as it wishes to hide how dangerous Jesus was for his Jewish countrypeople not just the leaders in those days of rabid racist and religionist based anti-semitism.  The Christians think they made up too many religious rules.  But Jesus was no better.  Yet he moaned that the Jews put heavy loads on people and didn't lift a finger to help them carry them.  In those days with rampant crime and murder and illness and short life expectancy he had a point.  But it was true of him as well for he said nothing about slavery, said nothing about the endless crucifixions of his countrymen at the hands of Roman tyrants, said nothing about the inferior status of women who were forced to birth when their bodies were too young.  No account of his giving away his dinner for the poor exists.  He tried to put people off social and political change by saying they must expect the end of the age soon.  A socialist would at least campaign for the rich to be forced to share it with the poor so that all are equally well off.  He did not even do that.  While Christians deny that he thought that the world was about to end, they affirm that you are to expect that end at any time.  But objective reading of the New Testament shows that he founded an end of the world apocalyptic cult.  It was the religious trend of his time.  His cult was one of many dangerous fanaticisms.

Love your neighbour as yourself according to some refers to how it is only in a society or society that you find your best self. The version that it is only in a society or in society in general that you find reasonable or greatest happiness does not fit Jesus who was clear that we are here to painfully serve others and carry the cross.

The command implies we must forgive each other. This "obligation" is not just another rule.  It's a massive rule.  Jesus said the two biggest commands were to love God and neighbour as oneself so this puts tremendous pressure on one to forgive.  It is not an obligation but a super-obligation.

Forgiveness condemns the sin and then it treats it as if it was nothing by letting the sinner off. So it is both saying it is bad and it is not bad and has the same results as rewarding the sin. The fact that we can’t punish everybody is no excuse for forgiving for if you can’t punish you can’t but forgiving goes further. It is best to hold that instead of forgiving people we should see them as victims of evil rather than the causes of evil for there is no such thing as free will in the sense of choosing good or evil.  Free will for choosing truth or error would be different.  Another way to word it is free will as in choosing to do the right thing or making a mistake.

The priest knows that there might be no God to empower forgiving the dangerous person to heal them and the situation yet he generously forgives in the confessional. The priest is complicit in the danger if there is no God to get involved and help. The priest who is psychopathic will express it in the guise of divine mercy and redemption. Same for Jesus who supposedly forgave sins as well.  Needless to say he gave no evidence that this was doing any good. 
Jesus believed that love is voluntary. That is, you do it of your own free will and are not programmed by causes. But what you are most sure of comes before anything else. I am more sure pain is real than that free will is real for I could be programmed to wrongly think I’m free but I cannot doubt that I suffer when I suffer. Therefore for Jesus Christ to come along and suggest that I should accuse other people of freely causing human suffering by causing it of their own free will is him asking for us to make trouble.
Religion commands forgiving – it is not advice but a command. You can’t be punished for ignoring advice but you can be punished for ignoring a command. Ignoring a command implies you oppose and disrespect the authority giving the command and deserve and demand punishment. You are getting what you ask for when you are punished so it is all your fault. The worst kind of bully threatens hurt people to forgive. And it is heinous to ask child sex abuse victims or somebody whose father was cruelly and unjustly crucified by the Romans to forgive.  To demand it is abhorrent and a further act of abuse that shows no real empathy for their suffering.  Jesus threatened those who failed to forgive with the assurance that God would not forgive them.
Some priests act like counsellors and they help the angry person to want to forgive. The person forgives because they want to. This policy contradicts the fact that forgiveness or love in Christianity is not about what you want to do but about what you are legally - under divine law - bound to do. You do not tell a person to stop drink driving when they want to regardless of whether they should or because the law says so. You are really a lawless person and advocating lawlessness and hypocrisy.
Are you loving your neighbour as yourself when your friend is dying and is enjoying the downfall of some evil person and you want her or him to forgive and probably would not have as much fun forgiving? Surely a person can think what they like on their deathbed?

Love your neighbour as yourself means that if you love the once-off rapist man who raped you as a child and his mother as yourself you will not have him brought before the law for it would devastate his mother and he won’t do it again.  And legal systems don't really care about justice anyway.  If you think he should suffer for what he did in case he will do it again that contradicts the attitude of the Church that we must take the word of the sinner for it that they will not sin again.
Love your neighbour as yourself seeks to lay guilt on you and take away your freedom. It commands you to sacrifice. You should be doing whatever you do because you want to and not for sacrifice.
The principle is vague. Believing in it leads to insecurity and guilt and fear for you never know if you loved your neighbour as yourself in most situations. The result of this will be worry, poor self-esteem, resentment and psychological disturbances.
Luke 17:7-10 (ESV) - 7 Jesus said, "Will any one of you who has a servant ploughing or keeping sheep say to him when he has come in from the field, ‘Come at once and recline at table’? 8 Will he not rather say to him, ‘Prepare supper for me, and dress properly, and serve me while I eat and drink, and afterward you will eat and drink’? 9 Does he thank the servant because he did what was commanded? 10 So you also, when you have done all that you were commanded, say, ‘We are unworthy servants; we have only done what was our duty.’”

That says it all! It proves that if Jesus said love your neighbour as yourself he meant do good actions and it is not about feeling good or loving. In fact he commanded that you must feel you are no good.  This was to set up the person who tries to really love the neighbour for failure.  It was to wreck their self-esteem and self-confidence and that spreads to others and soon society suffers.

To love your neighbour as yourself makes no sense. If you have one neighbour you give her half the time and benefits you give to yourself. But if you have two neighbours then do you keep half your attentions for yourself as before but divide the other half between the two neighbours? Or do you give yourself a third of your concern and each of the other two the two thirds that are left? Given that Jesus defined a neighbour as anybody in need of spiritual and material assistance it is obvious that Christianity wants other people put first and in the process you love yourself less and less. Love your neighbour as yourself is one of the most skilful deceptions ever for it looks good at first glance and you just need to practice it to appreciate its torrid destructiveness.

Love your neighbour as yourself means that the honour of your neighbour and all that he has must be as sacred to you and dear to you as your own honour and property. That has to involve feelings and the love is about more than just your neighbour. Who is that caring?
Let those who are disturbed by this rejection of love your neighbour as yourself realise that they reject it in practice anyway. They just need to see that. And rejecting it will not stop you being a good person. 
Love your neighbour as yourself is a harmful dictate. It is made to look good on the surface so as a result it is the chief reason why the state supports religion’s manipulative and even brainwashing tactics.

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