Or something like that. Claiming to be about the “anti-religion agenda” on the social sites Digg, Reddit and YouTube, all this article really does is provide evidence that atheists use social sites and that Digg seems to be dominated by atheists.
But, that’s the kind assessment. The unkind assessment is that it’s yet more “evidence” of the persecution suffered by Christians at the hands of atheists on Digg with the help of atheists on other sites.
For starters, what do those awful atheist Diggers do in service to the “anti-religion agenda”? They laugh at things like pictures of Jesus riding a dinosaur and make submissions about anti-atheist bigotry such as the one I wrote about last year and Elizabeth Dole’s recent anti-atheist ads front page news on Digg.
And for reasons that may be related to their quest to destroy religion these awful atheistic Diggers don’t appear to appreciate things they’re not interested in. Studies obviously need to be done in order to determine why this is so.
The one’s on YouTube may be worse though because there are 124,000 hits when you search for ‘atheist’ on the site. Some of these atheists may have even put up videos where they criticized Christianity. The horror!
And those ones on Reddit? They liked Jesus Christ: Vampire Hunter and if wasn’t for them Vampire Jesus would’ve never made his debut on Digg much to the delight of those atheists that control Digg.
Of course, no article about evil, evil atheists would be complete without a “expert” on the ways of atheism.
“Just as religious people want to convert people to their perspective, atheist people want to convert people to their point of view,” Winston said. “The irony here is that atheism is a form of religion. You’re still in something.”
I suppose she deserves points for not explicitly using it as a slam on atheists as other of her kind are prone to do, but just the same. How many times can one say this and not realize the sheer ignorance of calling a disbelief a religion? Does she also agree that eating meat is a form of vegetarianism?
The only question left is, why is a article about atheists utilizing the Internet accompanied by a picture of a religious leader standing on some rocks taking a picture? I don’t know about you, but I kind of think it was such a ridiculous article, the poor person stuck having to pick a photo had a brain fart.