Tuesday, December 07, 2010

The Stupid! It Burns! (militant stupidity edition)

the stupid! it burns! New Atheist Bus Ads Compare Jesus To Bigfoot
[T]here is a new threat to religion. A group so dangerous because they hide behind philosophy, when in actuality they move with the primacy of a belligerent religious cult. We’re talking about atheists. [I'm always amused when Christians try to insult us by calling us... religious.] ...

The [Canadian Centre for Inquiry] plans to place the poster ... on every single bus in Vancouver. As you can see, the poster reads “Extraordinary Claims Require Extraordinary Evidence” with “Allah, Bigfoot, UFOs, Homeopathy, Zeus, Psychics, Christ”. ...

Each and every day, atheists grow more militant and fervent in their crusade to offend decent Christians, worldwide. ...

True to militant form, the atheist website extraordinary-claim.com has masked their agenda behind idle words: “‘Why is belief in Bigfoot dismissed as delusional while belief in Allah and Christ is respected and revered? All of these claims are equally extraordinary and demand critical examination,’” ...

It is poison. The bus ad campaign and the atheist agenda to completely remove expression of religion from society. Atheism, in itself, has become an organized religion with an agenda.

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