You don't appear to have read any of my previous posts about what my actual beliefs are, but you're content to make assumptions about them and dismiss them accordingly. Yet somehow, new atheism represents a triumph of logic and reason?
I'm not so optimistic. I think the problems with fundamentalism actually exist within human psyhology on a level deeper than religion. In the Soviet Union, they got rid of religion, but people just started worshipping Lenin and Marx and treating Das Kapital as the Bible. They may have not believed in a supreme being, but that didn't stop dogmatism and groupthink.
I value open discussion and people thinking for themselves, but I don't think New Atheism is the way to go, unfortunately. It's more like people changing which set of ideas they adopt uncritically than a genuine pro-rationalism/empiricism movement.