The internet atheists once again proudly showcase their gullibility. This time it’s about the mean Christians who vandalized a park all because some lovable Satanists wanted to keep it clean.
Atheist actvist Hemant Mehta explains:
A few days ago, I posted that The Satanic Temple chapter in West Florida “adopted” Hitzman-Optimist Park in Pensacola, vowing to keep it clean. Groups that participate in the program, Keep Pensacola Beautiful, get some publicity via a sign in the park.
Well, the park and the sign have already been vandalized by Christians — or at least in the name of Christianity.
The Satanists are horrified by it all:
Jes Smith, the head of this Satanic chapter, told me the vandalism likely happened last night or this morning. The group would’ve cleaned it up by now, but given the mayor’s comments, he’s waiting to hear back from Keep Pensacola Beautiful as to how they want to move forward with the adoption situation. (This is all assuming the mayor’s explanation is accurate about the adoption of this park being a clerical mistake and not some personal vendetta against Satanists.) If the city says it’s their responsibility to clean the park, they’ll have to deal with the spray paint.
As for the graffiti, Smith added that it’s unfortunate someone would do this in an effort to discourage them from cleaning the park. He added that observers should challenge themselves to question “what it means when Satanists want to clean the park, and someone motivated by Jesus wants to vandalize the park.”
Ah, except there is one problem. What if we were to ask Mehta and Smith for the evidence that a Christian was behind this?
It’s clear these two actvists believe this, but their belief is rooted in faith. A blind faith. For there is no evidence a Christian vandalized this park. The spray painted messages could just as easily have been the work of a) a troll or b) a satanist. In other words, proposing a troll or satanist as the vandal is just as plausible as a Christian being the vandal. What’s more, there is circumstantial evidence to support either alternative.
As for the troll, it could have been someone who lived not far from the park and an avid fan of Mehta’s site (keep in mind that mass murderers have been fans of the Friendly Atheist site). The Mehta fan gets a can of spray paint and decides to “Poe” everyone after reading Mehta’s orginal post. The fact that the vandalism occured just a few days after Mehta being the only one giving these Satanists publicity supports this hypothesis. Also, the actual writing of the vandal smells like something a troll would write. Across the one sign, we read WWRD. What would Riggins do?
And then this was written on the fence: “Jesus God will crush your hidden temple county owes answers.”
Sounds like a troll having fun turning Jesus into the Incredible Hulk.
Of course, the vandal could just have easily been a Satanist. Given that Satanists are actvists who like to engage in ironic street theater, this whole incident looks exactly like street theater designed to highligh the ironic. In fact, the Satanists are quick to exploit this as part of their publicity stunt:
“The group would’ve cleaned it up by now, but given the mayor’s comments, he’s waiting to hear back from Keep Pensacola Beautiful”
“He added that observers should challenge themselves to question “what it means when Satanists want to clean the park, and someone motivated by Jesus wants to vandalize the park.”
Look, given the history of satanic actvism and their love of the ironic, can anyone out there actually argue that the Satanists would never ever dare engage in such deceptive political theater? I thought not.
So you see, at the very least, a toll or Satanists would just have plauisibly committed the vandalism. Yet the atheists believe it was a Christian. And when I scanned the comments section of Mehta’s site, his atheist followers bought into that belief hook, line, and sinker.
Gullibility on parade.
Just another concrete, undeniable example of atheists eschewing evidence in order to cling to their emotional beliefs.
BTW, be sure to read DHay’s comments on this matter.