Vindictive Dawkins

Richard Dawkins would rather spend his time tweeting away than read a scientific journal article. In one of his recent tweets, he writes:

He then goes on a tweet rant (a twrant?) about Hasan and his belief in winged horses and how this calls the judgment of the New Statesman into question.

Obviously, Dawkins has some issue with this journalist. Just what could it be?

Oh yeah, Mehdi Hasan was the first and only journalist to expose the hypocrisy of Dawkins:

A Defining Moment for Dawkins and the Atheists

And then led him to issuing an embarrassing call for help:

Dawkins Digs the Hole Even Deeper

That interview must have stung.

I think these latest attacks on Hasan, along with the insinuation that Hasan should not be writing for the New Statesman, show us just how vindictive and catty this Gnu atheist leader can be.

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2 Responses to Vindictive Dawkins

  1. Twix says:

    I don’t understand why it’s so hard for atheists like Dawkins to understand that someone can be competent in their line of work even if they have beliefs that may seem silly to them. People like Dawkins act like if someone doesn’t have strict atheistic beliefs, they can’t properly function at anything.

    And it’s not as if Dawkins doesn’t have his own silly beliefs, such as that it’s worse to teach a child about the fire and brimstone version of hell than it is to sexually abuse them.

  2. Michael says:

    I don’t understand why it’s so hard for atheists like Dawkins to understand that someone can be competent in their line of work even if they have beliefs that may seem silly to them. People like Dawkins act like if someone doesn’t have strict atheistic beliefs, they can’t properly function at anything.

    That’s because Dawkins and those like him are blinded by their cultish ideology and don’t really care about the evidence.

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