Sunday, August 11, 2013




Hate speech against Christianity is OK

Should we call them "Christophobes"?

Another rabble-rousing community page is testing the limits of Facebook’s policies regarding offensive content, only this time it’s the devoutly religious who say they are the target of hate speech.

A group of Christian activists is calling on Facebook Inc.  to remove the page “Virgin Mary Should’ve Aborted,” calling it an attack on their faith and saying it violates the website’s policies against hate speech. The page, created in February, is described by its administrators as a “playground for fundamentalists and free-thinkers to challenge each other.” It includes numerous memes and status updates attacking organized religion as outdated, bigoted and harmful to society.

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11 comments:

Use your reason, Duke said...

Boo hoo hoo. Poor widdle christians.

Anonymous said...

The war against Christianity, and in fact, all organized religions, continues. Atheists and other leftists would like to see an America free of God, and are working toward that end.

Better known as "Satan's children", atheists would deprive all who choose to believe in a higher power. And, while trying to force people to stop believing in their religion of choice, atheists instead would force people to believe in what atheists believe in. Nothing.

That's why atheists should be seen as the vermin they are, and exterminated wherever found.

Anonymous said...

Anon 2:17 ranted, "That's why atheists should be seen as the vermin they are, and exterminated wherever found."

How so typical christian you are. Go back to the middle ages where you belong.

Use the Name, Luke said...

How so typical christian you are.

I couldn't ask for a much better demonstration of your ignorance of Christianity.

Again, 2:17, your false flag posting is obvious.

That someone would put up a hateful page against Christianity on FaceBook is not the least bit surprising.

“If the world hates you, know that it has hated me before it hated you. … But the word that is written in their Law must be fulfilled: ‘They hated me without a cause.’”
— John 15:18, 25

“Blessed are you when people hate you and when they exclude you and revile you and spurn your name as evil, on account of the Son of Man!”
— Luke 6:22

Thank you for the blessing, atheists.

NikFromNYC said...

Everyone is an atheist towards opposing religions.

Anonymous said...

Luke is justifying the martyr complex, or rather the biblical text is foretelling the obvious consequence of promoting something unwelcomed by many.
Luke also calls Christians whose comments he quite rightly doesn't like either fake Christians or ánti-Christians posing as Christians. In either case he is making himself the arbiter of who is a "true" Christian.

Anonymous said...

hate abounds, common denominator is man. Atheistic Communism though has been the biggest killer of people since humankind has existed.

Anonymous said...

The biggest competitor to Communist totalitarian regimes is religion. It is quite logical for these regimes to eliminate the competition. This behavior has nothing to do with atheism; it has all to do with total power and control.

Sid said...

Being an atheist in America is like being the only sober person in a car full of drunks and nobody will let you drive.

Use the Name, Luke said...

re: 2:42's silliness,

You can move into a garage and call yourself "Volvo", but that doesn't make you a car.

Anonymous said...

Yes Luke, and that applies to you too calling yourself a true Christian and calling others fake ones or false-flag'ers. You just sound like the self-righteous Pharisees Jesus spent a lot of time on criticizing.