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Social Justice Determinists

As I have argued before, atheistic determinism and social justice ideology complement each other very well.  Thus, it is rather amusing to watch a hardcore determinist like Jerry Coyne engage in his constant battles with various social justice atheists and … Continue reading

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Social Justice Laughs

Activist Jerry Coyne points to an example where a book which received a positive prepublication review had the review downgraded because of complaints from the social justice crowd.  Here’s a brief description of the book: The setting is the Midwestern … Continue reading

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Hypocrisy and The Disdain for Freedom

Here’s the video of the debate between atheist Sargon of Akkad and atheist Thomas Smith. I actually watched most of it, although I gave up half way through the Q&A.   In my opinion, neither speaker was all that impressive and … Continue reading

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Sargon of Akkad Crushes Social Justice Atheist, Thomas Smith

I think the schism among the atheists has deepened even more.  Judging from this article about the 2017 MythCon conference, along with the tidbits of video I have seen, it sure looks like Sargon of Akkad cleaned the clock of … Continue reading

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Postmodern Crazy Town

The social justice atheists continue their descent into insanity.   First, hyperfeminist Aki Muthali has gotten into a tweeting flame war with Punchin’ Dan Arel.  Arel is defending the transgender activist who physically assaulted a woman and Muthali is accusing him … Continue reading

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Another Atheist Activist Advocates for Violence

To further illustrate the intellectual weakness of the social justice atheism, yet another such activist, PZ Myers, has come out in support of “punching nazis”: I approve of Nazi-punching. I know, it’s violent action, but when you’re dealing with people … Continue reading

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The Confused Thinking of a Social Justice Atheist

Earlier I extracted the most important aspect of Phil Torres argument – modern day atheism itself is intrinsically overconfident and lacking in nuance and curiosity.  In a sense, it is rooted in the thinking level of teens. More to come … Continue reading

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New Atheist Phil Torres Wants People to Believe He is Not a New Atheist

New Atheist Phil Torres claims he is no longer a New Atheist.  The problem?  He’s finally come to the realization that the New Atheist movement is a hate movement.  Well, when it comes to women, people of color, and Muslims, … Continue reading

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The Social Justice Defense of Violence

Dan Arel is a social justice atheist activist.  He is also a Christophobe, actually believing that “Christian terrorism is a bigger threat to U.S. freedom than Islamic terrorism.” He is also one of the atheists who has been working hard … Continue reading

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The Resistance Attempts Mass Murder

So it looks like the gunman who attempted to murder Republican congressmen was a hardcore Bernie Sander’s supporter.   Why just punch a nazi when you can kill a nazi, right? Social justice atheist PZ Myers refers to this as “Poetic Injustice” … Continue reading

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