November 17, 2012

Atheist Rage

In December 1993, Colin Ferguson began methodically shooting people on the Long Island Railroad. He hated white people and other blacks that he considered "Uncle Toms" [1]. This was before the term "hate crime" was popular. He had lawyers who wanted to offer an absurd defense called "black rage". The concept was that he was a victim of a racist society, and this was going to be offered as an insanity defense [2]. The selfish, self-righteous coward rejected the defense and chose to defend himself. Badly [3, 4].

Earlier today, I posted some comics and pictures on my Facebook account, including something that was made for me. A couple of misotheists decided to take me to task and play the victim card. They went on about how they are hated by society and treated badly by "theists". I cleaned up the language of one comment and presented it here:

someecards.com -

When I showed the first complainant that this and other remarks in his diatribe were faulty, he blocked me. Fine, how about simply not commenting on my page?

Anyway.

I noticed a similarity between what these guys were crying about and the "black rage" nonsense, including the fact that atheism could very well be a form of mental illness [6]. I've seen it in other places too: Atheopaths will attempt to justify their hatred of God [7] and Christians by pretending to be victims of (mostly fictitious and exaggerated) discrimination themselves.

So, they are the least-liked, least-trusted group for no reason, and nonsense like this and this are irrelevant, huh? The fact that atheist regimes are responsible for the most murders in history are also irrelevant [8]? They go on trolling rampages while pretending that they are the smartest ones in the room, that's irrelevant [9]? Not bloody likely.

They are disliked for many reasons, and they bring it on themselves. It is long past time for modern vituperative atheists to on their "all gwowed up" panties and try to build up civilized society instead of tearing it down. No victim cards allowed.

This attacking sycophant spelled his hero's name wrong, it's "Myers", Poindexter.
Fred Meyer wouldn't appreciate the association, I dare say.



November 7, 2012

Obama Goes to Hell


On his way to Hell, Barrack Obama shuffles past the gates of Heaven, seeing a man with a beard. 'Are you Mohammed, can you help me?', he cries.

'No my son, I am St. Peter; Mohammed is higher up.' Peter then points to a ladder that rises into the clouds.

Delighted that Mohammed should be higher than St. Peter, Obama leaps onto the ladder, climbs up through the clouds arriving in a room with yet another bearded man. 'Are you Mohammed?' he asks.

'Why no, I am Moses; Mohammed is higher still.'

Exhausted, but filled with joy he further climbs the ladder, discovering a bearded, angelic looking man, he stutters, 'Are you Mohammed?'

'No, I am Jesus, the Christ; you will find Mohammed higher up.'

Mohammed higher than Jesus Christ, man, oh, man!


Unable to contain delight, Obama climbs and climbs ever higher, reaching the top he gasps: 'Are you Mohammed?'

'No, I am God, creator of the universe. You look exhausted, would you desire food and drink?'

Obama mumbles, ‘Yes please!’


God looks behind him, claps his hands twice and yells: 'Hey, Mohammed, bring me two hot coffees, and bring this man a bacon sandwich!'

October 30, 2012

Education, Discrimination, Indoctrination

“I know that some of you out there are creationists.
You really don’t believe in evolution.
I personally don’t think you should be allowed
to leave this university with that belief.”
— Lesley Northrup


Some atheists go into denial when I mention that there are college professors that are openly derisive of the beliefs of their students, and actively work to destroy Christian beliefs, and others justify the practice since it fits their own bigotry. It should not be surprising to have this happen in America. After all, we have unrepentant terrorists like William Ayers getting tenure. Active discrimination against creationists exists. True scientific inquiry does not protect the established orthodoxy, but will examine scientific evidence that runs against it. The same goes for education. Let's face it, we do not have education, we have indoctrination centers. And anyone would be hard-pressed to find a legitimate educational reason for attacking the personal beliefs of students.
A university dean in Florida, who moonlights as an Episcopal priest and is an admitted lesbian, recently caused controversy after a video surfaced on the web that provided snippets of a lecture she delivered to students in her Epistemology class, in which she discusses religion and evolution.
“This is a book of myth, and that’s going to offend some of you,” stated professor Lesley Northup in the video. “And I don’t really care.”
You can read more about this Stalinette in "University Dean Tells Class: ‘Bible is Myth,’ Creationists Shouldn’t Graduate".

Adoration of an Atheist Pope


How can people who claim to love "reason" bow down and worship the atheist popes? Especially Richard Dawkins. His emotive rantings are inconsistent and illogical, and his "morality" is sadly lacking. Most people who want to get along with others will not get in their faces and ridicule their beliefs, but that is what Daffy Dawkins advises.

When inquiring about how much money Dawkins is worth (about an 'undred million quid according to the 2012 "Rich List" of the Sunday Times), people get defensive and ask, "Why do you want to know?", or say, "It's none of your business". Yes, misotheists flat-out lie about the amount of money that creationists and ID proponents have, but it's perfectly acceptable to get rich from hatred and religious bigotry. Double Standard, thy name is "atheist".

Dawkins lied about a debate that he lost, claiming that it never took place. Now he is ready — to dodge debates. Probably because he knows that creationists tend to win the debates.



He is not consistent with his own religion of atheistic evolutionism. Sometimes he says that life could not have evolved because it's too complicated so it life on Earth had to have been seeded by space aliens. Then, he goes back to defending evolutionism. Which is it?

This atheopath is living in a manner consistent with a true evolutionist: Do whatever brings you the most happiness. This includes cowardice, dishonesty, strife and confusion to bring in money and respect of non-thinking worshipers. One of these baffling sycophants is Michael Nugent, who seems oblivious of his hero's many moral failings. He actually calls Dawkins a "caring, sensitive man". Well, maybe he is when it comes to his friends.

Take a look here and read "Irish atheist Michael Nugent called Richard Dawkins a 'caring, sensitive man'", plus information on the global decline of atheism and the rise of Christianity. With "thinkers" who adore Dawkins, no wonder atheism is on the slide. This kind of evil never sleeps.

But then, maybe some people are catching on, as Dawkins is losing Web traffic. 

October 27, 2012

Five "Arguments" of Atheists (Plus Three)


There are many good articles refuting the simplistic arguments of atheists and evolutionists, but I was somewhat startled to read Bryan's list of five "arguments" of modern atheists. The reason I was startled is that it is common to encounter these substitutes for thinking in a single day, sometimes in less time, and I liked his summary.

Before I give you the link, I would like to add some observations of lameness that the more feculent atheists have to offer. These happen because atheopaths think they're clever, but actually cannot offer reasonable discussions or rational thinking.

Blatant insults. While some insults are actually well-crafted, in the end, they are not worth the expenditure of time and energy.

Making stuff up, and other lies. I have had some interesting (and libelous) things said to and about me that little or no basis in truth. In addition, things are said about God, the Bible, Jesus, creation science, Intelligent Design, Calvinists, Arminians, Christianity, "religion", my private parts or whatever else simply for the purposes of ridicule and the entertainment of the simple minded.

Concentration and repetition of the above. That is, the fallacy of repeated  assertion as used in Nazi propaganda; say something enough times and hope that people believe it.


Of course, I am not moved by the petty and simple-minded people. (Like the above graphic shows, they do not qualify.) Well, actually, I am moved in a way — I move on and do something else. People who will make up lies for the purpose of ridicule are beneath contempt. What is amazing is how they get approval of others who are as vacuous as they are (Romans 1.22, 32).


And now, I'll turn you over to Bryan's article, "The Top Five 'Arguments' of Modern Atheists".

October 24, 2012

Atheists, Leftists and Bullies

Bullying’s not about anger, it’s not about misunderstandings, it is about contempt. Bullies express contempt for other people. It is the language of supremacy — bullies are supremacists. And they are stripping people of human dignity every day.
— Transcribed from a Paul Coughlin presentation


Tweaked for wording 10-25-2012.

Having a multi-purpose Weblog has some advantages. Sometimes I get bored and want to stop (after all, it's been going for five years and almost five months with over a thousand posts and articles just on this one). Other times, I get fired up and need to share one of my brilliant insights that the world cannot live without. Plus it's a good platform for sharing audio clips and things. None today, however, I've caught up.

Other times, it's like a journal.

Some things came together for me today when I was listening to a podcast where I work. (Yes, Norman, I learned about your bitter, libelous remarks. Some of us are intelligent enough to listen to things while working, get over it. Note to readers: "Norman" is the name I gave to a Paranoid Troll. His mature, intellectual response to being named "Norman"? To call me "Norman" right back, neener neener.)

Now, where was I before I started thinking about chromosomally-enhanced trolls? Oh, yes.

While listening to an MP3, the lecturer took an "aside" to discuss bullies. Suddenly, several things came into focus for me, things I had been thinking about recently, and observing for a couple of years.

As I have mentioned before, I detest bullies. I was on the receiving end for several years in school. In addition, God takes a dim view of it and wants his people to help defend the defenseless. So, I'm motivated by personal experience and by Scripture to step in on occasion and speak up on their behalf. Sometimes I help, other times I play the fool. It happens.

In my readings, listenings (is that a real word?) and experience, I agree with others that evolutionists and misotheists are exceptionally intolerant of Christians and creationists. Some claim to want to have "an honest discussion", but that is usually the opposite of the truth. Not only do they want to negate what we have to say, characters like this want to silence us. They are immature, often insane, sometimes demonically-influenced. They are bullies. Paul Coughlin (quoted above), is right: It's about contempt for others. They have no respect for people with contrary views. Many atheists and evolutionists are intolerant, badgering bigots wanting supremacy over Christians and Darwin doubters.

Some people proudly call themselves "scoffers". Well, so am I! So are most Christians. We check things out instead of having blind faith. But some (like Norman the Paranoid Troll) make "scoffer" into a caricature of itself by rejecting any evidence offered regarding the existence of God, the resurrection of Jesus and the reliability of the Bible.

Bad news, Bubbles. People like you have tried to make us go away for a long, long time. You're going to lose. We have the Creator of the universe on our side (Romans 8.31, 1 John 4.4, 1 John 5.4, Rev. 21.8, 1 Cor. 15.57,  Matt. 24.30, Gal. 2.20, 2 Peter 3.3-7).

Have you noticed that atheists are usually on the political left? It's no surprise to see vituperative atheists taking up causes that Bible-believing Christians oppose, such as abortion, homosexual "rights" and others.

There are leftist bullies who are not necessarily atheists, they just act like it. And it's not only lying politicians and sycophant media people who attack verbally and in print, either. F'rinstance, Romney signs are removed, and you'd better not try to stop the Obama zombies. I've talked to people who will not put Romney bumper stickers on their cars for fear of vandalism or attacks. As I recall from the previous election, John Kerry supporters would follow people with George W. Bush bumper stickers into parking lots and berate them. Signs were stolen, threats were made, vandalism was done. It seems worse now, though. There are more death threats against the Republican candidate.

All because of intolerance and contempt for people with differing views. (And don't forget petty.) There's something wrong with people who cannot accept the fact that some of us see things differently, have a right to express our views (so far) and we do not need to have them shoving their religion of atheism or religion of leftism (or both!) down our throats. 

October 23, 2012

Atheism and the "Gotcha!" Game

There are several ways that I've seen Dawkinsites, Darwin's Junior Stormtroopers, stalkers, Intolerant Tolerants and other vituperative members of the Thought Police play the "Gotcha!" game. Like many of their activities, this is rooted in pride and ego.

First, they go to the laughable pooling of ignorance sites of atheism (such as the inane [ir]RationalWiki) and evolutionism (such as the absurd talk.origins) to find horrible "proofs" for their worldviews, and try to catch Christians and creationists with such nonsense. (It is very tedious to try to have anything resembling a discussion when someone posts nonsense from one of those sites as if it was a complete refutation of someone's position, but they do not engage in actual discourse.) It's amazing how people with little to no knowledge of theology, psychology, history, philosophy, ancient literature, culture, social customs, language, science and other things seem to think that they are going to be the ones to destroy God and Christianity. Sorry, Skippy, it's been tried by grown-ups much more intelligent than you for centuries, and we're still standing strong.

A variation is when they will ask a question that a Christian or a creationist cannot answer, and then use logical fallacies to "prove" that there is no God. I remember hearing a caller on Matt Slick's radio show (CARM.org) drop something on Matt at the very end of the show when the closing music was playing. Matt had not heard of the subject (nor had I, but big deal) and asked the caller to e-mail him information so he could research it. The atheist cackled with glee, and then bragged on his Weblog that he has stumped Matt. In all cases, Christians and creationists cannot know everything about everything. What a ridiculous standard to impose. It is hypocritical as well, since they would not make such unreasonable demands of other atheists, often bleating, "It's OK to admit that you don't know something". True — but be consistent.

Second, they play "Gotcha!" with personal attacks. This is even more outlandish than the first, and often occurs when the attacker has been shown that atheism is fundamentally flawed, or how sciences does not support evolution. The game is simple: Complain about character. It does not require accurate knowledge about Biblical teachings. If a Christian corrects the atheist, the player will just accuse him of being a hypocrite and making baby Jesus cry. The "logic" seems to run like this: "You are not a good enough Christian to please me. Christianity is false. There is no God!"

Of course, they exhibit appalling lack of knowledge of what the Bible really teaches, and requires occasional quote mining of Bible verses. When bitter, illogical apostates try these things, it's a toss-up whether they're being pitiful or being amusing . Some even claim to have been evangelical Christians at one time. Well... Raising your hand during an emotional moment to "accept Jesus" does not count, sorry to say. Nor does just attending a church or being a member of some religious organization.

The "Gotcha!" game is often played when atheopaths are bested in logic and are shown how atheism (and its ugly cousin, Deism) are incoherent, irrational worldviews. Since their worldviews do not have the necessary preconditions of human experience and are inconsistent, they borrow from the biblical creationist worldview. They hate this fact.

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