Ditto to that comment!
Oh poor little Justin was “offended”?
Isn’t that just too bad?
Wow, so now they are having festivals... They even have their own logo, apparently. A woman at my work has an athiest tattoo of it. If this isn’t a sign that the End of Days is nigh, I don’t know what would be.
Email Justin and see if he responds!
(Refuting post-modern relativists is like shooting fish in a barrel.)
I assert that my religion IS "to say that your current religion is wrong".
No, wait, he is asserting that my current religion is wrong!
Atheists and islamists don't attack each other because they're sympatico. They're both of luciferian cults.
I’m an atheist and that video is in pretty bad taste.
(Not terrified of Muslim extremists btw)
They are letting a hate group have a hate festival on public grounds because it is politically correct to pretend like it is OK and normal.
The death of America.
We will witness it.
I am sure Fort Bragg is happy to be associated with this. Then again, with Obama in charge - they might see absolutely nothing wrong with this.
They really have a lot to celebrate, don’t they. All there is in their view is a universe that is winding down to nothing but a freezing expanse of dissipated energy and they will themselves, in their view, soon be nothing but food for worms, as though they had never been. No reason to live today and no hope for tomorrow. Ya right, sure, you atheists get out the champagne and celebrate.
“I dare them to show a burning mosque. Atheists are terrified of Islam.”
The video actually does have a brief scene showing a Muslim crowd at one of the five-times-daily prayer sessions required of members of the Ummah, sandwiched in between clips of Nazi war newsreels showing bombings of cities and German troops in urban fighting around churches.. The synagogue burnings are probably from Nazi newsreels as well, perhaps associated with Kristallnacht http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kristallnacht . I’m not sure, but at least some of those church burnings look familiar, perhaps from newsreels of the period where Southern black churches were being bombed and torched by segregationist thugs determined to maintain white supremacy. If atheists want to be identified with such events, they have little to complain about when they try to blame religion for all the evil in the world, as if there isn’t plenty of blood on atheists’ hands as well. Mein Kampf is a monument to the influence of social Darwinism, and its author reportedly was outraged at the end, as the ‘1000 year Reich’ came crashing down around his ears at his own people for failing to live up to his ‘master-race’ rhetoric.
Of course scoundrels seeking to whip up mob sentiment or war fever will appeal to whatever ideas are known to deeply influence their audiences, whether religious, patriotic, or fervor for class war (as was used so effectively in the Soviet Union and the PRC during the Cold War). This pattern is noted in several places in the Bible, from Paul’s indictment in chapter 1 of his letter to the Romans, explaining the reasons for the wrath of God against those who suppress the truth in unrighteousness, to the parable of the wheat and the tares (in which the difficulty of separating out the faithful from the hypocrites is underlined).
Anyone who came through the 20th century with an intact commitment to the bogus Enlightenment vision of a basically good humanity which would reveal its goodness once freed from the shackles of religious superstition had to be wearing the darkest of blinders to miss the global refutation of that vision in a three round world war which appears to have entered a fourth round as the 21st century opens.