Ray Comfort is not a Genius

Everyone’s favourite banana fan is back with a new video called Genius.

If you want to have a look? Go watch it… But I warn you. I made my way through it painfully and regret doing so while sober.

There is not enough alcohol in the world that will get rid of the horrid taste of all the logical  and factual fallacies. This is not a video to watch sober, it will make you throw things at idiots. It has everything from “Atheistic Evolution” to “You Will Never Be Good Enough” and even a little bit of “No True Scotsman”. It even has the most hilarious concept of an “atheist/buddhist” in there whose response isn’t measured debate but crazy ranting.

Oh and John Lennon apparently didn’t believe in Evolution because people like a certain cephalopod obsessed overlord keep changing the boundaries of science. CLEARLY this is an early version of FTBullies.

It finally ends with the worst piece of music theory ever. The mutilation of the meaning of Imagine by Ray Comfort who claims that the line “Imagine there’s no heaven” indicates that heaven is a real place because it would be like saying “Imagine there’s no New York”. This is without paying attention to the rest of the song where he assumes “The world living as one” indicates the return of his god rather than say… The Smoking Mirror.

Just to be safe? Better keep a supply of your enemies ready for Human Sacrifice.

Just to get the bad taste out of your mouth? I leave you with one of my favourite renditions of Imagine….


  1. says

    @1. I am a firm believer of ridiculous post titles. And honestly? I watched that entire damn video. ENTIRE! Do you know how much alcohol I wish I had to drink while watching it?

  2. The Lorax says

    Funny thing is, whilst discussing the line “Imagine there’s no heaven”, he utterly failed to actually do that.

    Sorry John. It’s been this long, and people still don’t understand.

  3. says

    REALLY? He thinks that “imagine there is no heaven,” is supposed to MEAN there is a heaven to prove that John Lennon is a Christian who believed in heaven? I think I know why he thinks it was supposed to mean that:

    There is another line that states: “Imagine there’s no countries.” Which means there are countries.

    Ugh, the fail of that man. Lennon isn’t saying whether there are no countries or not. He is imagining that there is nothing for us to fight for or over. He imagines there are “no religions too.” “Heaven” is supposed to be an iteration for “religion.” And religion, just like nationalism, and racism, is something that people fight, kill, and destroy each other over. MAN. That argument alone is hard to fathom attempting to watch it.

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