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Tag Archive: Religious bullying

Feb 25 2012

Prepared to confront them

It’s getting meta. (It always does, doesn’t it. Internet–>everyone can answer–>everyone does–>everything always goes meta.) Fans of Christians who crash non-theist events are indignant that atheists think Christians who crash events are obnoxious belligerent intrusive shits. Like this guy at the Blaze; he reports the plans of the “True Reason” people then adds: The Christians behind …

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Feb 24 2012

Christians got no manners

More from ill-mannered intrusive uninvited missionary Christians planning to crash the Reason Rally, this time from a site called Ratio Christi: Student Apologetics Alliance. They call their rude intrusive uninvited plan Reason Rally Reachout 2012. “Reachout” is it – crashing other people’s event in order to harass them with dogmatic nonsense that you know they …

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Feb 23 2012

Humbly lovingly thoughtfully crashing the party

Here’s something I hadn’t seen before. I probably could have predicted it if I’d thought about it, but I didn’t, so I didn’t. It’s a website called True Reason, set up to rally Christians to go to the Reason Rally in D.C. next month in order to pester it, because religion doesn’t get to pester us enough …

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Feb 17 2012

Allies

Andrew Copson at the BHA on Warsi’s theocratic bullshit: …it is surreal to hear secularism being condemned as intolerant – it is not secular schools that select pupils according to their parents’ beliefs, it is not secular agencies that reserve employment opportunities for staff according to their beliefs, and it is not secular organisations which …

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Feb 16 2012

In Cranston right now

JT has a post live-blogging (via informants) the Cranston school committee meeting to discuss whether to appeal the judge’s ruling on the goddy banner. It features a lot of grown-ups bullying a teenage girl for upholding the law. WPRO, the Cranston radio station that has been nothing but horrible to Jessica makes the following tweet. …

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Feb 16 2012

God gonna torture you so ha

Update: I missed the date, which is 2009. I probably blogged about it three years ago. Possibly word for word, in which case I think I’ll take up basket-weaving. More entitled bleating from an entitled Christian about the requirement to “respect” her religious beliefs no matter how vicious they are. A five-year-old child at a school …

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Feb 15 2012

Less mealy-mouthed about their beliefs

Now I’ve seen everything – now that I’ve seen an editorial in the Telegraph saying how swell Islam is compared to those other timid religions that won’t stand up for themselves. It’s another Warsi-flatter, saying how right she is to order everyone to be intrusively religious and to go urge the pope to be more …

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Feb 13 2012

Warsi stands with pope in fighting for faith

Oh vomit. Sayeeda Warsi is off to visit the pope, and by way of preparation she and the Telegraph unite in telling us all that we need more religion and less “militant secularism.” Warsi says it in her own article, and the political editor says it all over again in an article about her article. …

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Feb 12 2012

At Maryam’s place

Maryam’s post on the Free Expression Rally is up. So is her post on Malaysia’s outrageous deportation of Hamza Kashgari. Malaysia’s home ministry has said that ‘The nature of the charges against the individual in this case are a matter for the Saudi Arabian authorities’. Which basically means that any asylum seeker or refugee must …

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Feb 12 2012

However unwise

The long arm of the law shouldn’t be helping theocratic hell-holes like Saudi Arabia to arrest people for non-crimes like saying something critical about Mohammed. Interpol has been accused of abusing its powers after Saudi Arabia used the organisation’s red notice system to get a journalist arrested in Malaysia for insulting the Prophet Muhammad. Police …

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