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Atheism Makes Kids Cry

27 November 2013, 12:10

Why, oh why are atheists and their zealous religion so hell-bent on spoiling the childhood memories of so many hopeful kids the world over?

The Internet is a wonderful digital landscape, but it has its flaws.  Misused quite often as a catalyst for all sorts of cyber mischief and people-polluting propaganda, what with atheist mega-churches springing up like fungi, seemingly energising this bizarre new cult.

http://www.news24.com/World/News/Atheist-mega-churches-on-the-rise-20131111

But stranger still is the militant obsession that atheists and their religion have with ‘human rights’, which in itself is ironic when you think about it.

Take this gem for example:

http://video.foxnews.com/v/2859374143001/112213toys0940/

Mr atheist ‘secular humanist’ and his buddies lodged a court bid to stop toys from being delivered to little children all because the toy boxes contained a Jesus slip.

Seriously?  You stopped the flow of happiness and goodwill to little children in need because of a Jesus pamphlet?

The secular humanist initially portrays the image of ‘intellectualism” (don’t they all?), but then fails dismally to explain to the presenter what his secular group is now doing to ensure that those same needy children receive gifts on Christmas morning.

He cops out by explaining that they are not a charity group.  So bottom line, after the big hoo-ha in court, they won’t be doing squat to help those desperate kids receive Christmas gifts.

You have to watch it to believe it…

Why, oh why do atheists make kids cry???

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