why don't you write to him to say you are rousing people on the internet... to end all religions including Buddhism?
The purpose of Buddha Dharma is to evolve beyond views. If someone has evolved beyond views, then what need to speak of them having evolved beyond religion? The essence of religion is grasping at views. The essence of Dharma is evolving beyond views.
What I said was that people need to evolve beyond religion. As far as I can tell, the source of the most of the world's conflicts are grounded in religion.
The conflicts between Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Taoists, Confucians, etc., and every combination therein are all grounded in the irrational impulse we call "religion".
The idea that our beleifs are so important that we must go to war, margianalize, kill, maim and otherwise oppress other people who do not agree with our point of view is at the root of all religious violence in the world today. That is evil. This is true of every religion that has ever been present on the planet. Buddhist cultures have been guilty of this phenomena too, as the history of the oppression of Bonpos in Tibet in the eighth century by the Tibetan Imperium demonstrates, or the Thai and Sinhalese repression of Vajrayāna also demonstrate (Buddhists burn books too, in other words).
We see this today in the barely contained internecine sectarianism rampant among Buddhists of various stripes.
The reason, the sole reason, Buddhism is seen as a "peaceful" religion today is that Buddhist countries are on the receiving end of European colonialism. But Bonpos sure didn't see Buddhism as peaceful, when Bonpos were either forced to convert or were forced to leave central Tibet, not to be invited back openly for 900 years. For Bonpos, Buddhism was a foreign religion being forced on them by an aristrocracy that imported missionaries from China and India for its promulgation.
When wed to state power, as we see during the Tibetan Imperium, and today in Shri Lanka, the "Buddhist" religion becomes every bit as pernicious as Christianity or Islam in terms of the oppression of others.
If you wish to have a blinkered view of the world in which all religions apart from Buddhism are capable of evil but Buddhism is not, then there is no help for it. But Buddhist religiosity has also been at the root of a lot of violence and oppression as any coherent reading of Asian history will readily reveal.
Religious freedom, the freedom to believe as one wishes, is only possible when religions, all of them, are not permitted to attain access to state power. Religious freedom is therefore possible only in a secular state grounded on purely secular ethics removed from metaphysical beliefs about morality and cosmology.
Human beings, including Buddhists, need to EVOLVE beyond religion.
Destroying anything however, is to make the same religious mistake religions have made in the past. So no, I am not proposing we destroy anything. I am proposing we evolve past the human need for religion, a conscious evolution.