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March 16, 2013

Atheists, Hitler and the No True Scotsman Fallacy

It is truly baffling to me when atheists want to "give" Hitler to Christianity. And they do it with gleeful self-humiliation.

"Why is it self-humiliation, Cowboy Bob?"

Most atheists that I have encountered, especially on the Internet, fallaciously declare themselves to be the intellectual elite, simply by virtue of being atheists. (Ridiculous, I know.) Yet these bastions of enlightenment commit logical fallacies freely and frequently. They also do not know how to correctly identify fallacies. Hitler supposedly claimed to be a Christian (but his "Christianness" is easily refuted). When a Christian says, "Hitler was not a real Christian", the misotheist will scream, "AHA! The 'No True Scotsman Fallacy'". Except that he's dead wrong, and has embarrassed himself by incorrectly attempting to use a logical principle.

Remember, don't fear the atheist. They have a great deal of bravado, but even a cursory knowledge of logical fallacies will show that there is nothing behind their bold talk.

But back to what I was saying before: Atheopaths want to "give" Hitler to us. What do they hope to gain? Just like their constant but pointless attempts to demonize Christians, there is no benefit to a discussion. It does not prove anything. Oh, sure, I know some really nutty atheopaths who are so stupidified by hate and demonic influence, their logic goes like this: "You are a bad Christian, even though I hate all of you. So was Hitler. Therefore, Christianity is false. There is no God!" Yeah, pathetic, innit?

So anyway, I wanted to share this video illustrating the "No True Scotsman" fallacy. You, too, can see how people who use it are only embarrassing themselves with their lack of knowledge.

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