Last week Chuck promised us the second installment in his series on exposing The Truth(tm)! about the sinister Atheist Agenda(tm). True to his word, he has delivered the second installment–and the third! Apparently there isn’t enough….”Truth(tm)!”…to his exposé to warrant a complete third column. Shocking.
If you recall, in his first column he covered who the enemies of Christianity are:
[…] the Institute for Humanist Studies, Secular Coalition of America, American Atheists, American Humanist Association, Internet Infidels, the Atheist Alliance International, Secular Student Alliance, Society for Humanistic Judaism, Freedom From Religion Foundation, Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers, etc. Of course no list of atheistic advocates would be complete without mentioning the ACLU and Planned Parenthood, as well as the anti-God militancy of men like Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris.
He showed us that the first part of the Agenda regarding “outlawing Christianity” involves erasing Chuck’s deity from everywhere. His evidence for this was money, pledges, one atheist in office, and legislation to make it easier for law enforcement to deter violence against people.
Now Chuck lets the world in on how the Evil Atheist Conspiracy sucks in the young and impressionable–YouTube! Yes, YouTube is a master tool in the EAC:
Step two: target younger generations with atheism
Atheists are making a concerted effort to win the youth of America and the world. Hundreds of web sites and blogs on the Internet seek to convince and convert adolescents, endeavoring to remove any residue of theism from their minds and hearts by packaging atheism as the choice of a new generation. While you think your kids are innocently surfing the Web, secular progressives are intentionally preying on their innocence and naïveté.
YouTube, the most popular video site on the Net for young people, is one of their primary avenues for passing off their secularist propaganda. Another antagonistic and self-proclaimed “blasphemous” site even beckons youth to record their anti-Christian beliefs on it.
The site Chuck references is: Blasphemy Challenge and the “it” in the above sentence is YouTube.
I don’t recall seeing any Atheist “propaganda” on YouTube but I do recall seeing Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron discuss bananas and peanut butter (under a title called “Atheist’s Nightmare”, no less). I guess Chuck didn’t use the “search” feature on YouTube either, as the word “sermon” gives pages and pages of religious hits.
And the “Hundreds of web sites and blogs on the Internet seek to convince and convert adolescents…”, Chuck? Seriously? Do we want to go there with The Google? Because we can…
Google search: atheist teens In order:
Very sinister, those teen-led discussion groups and Amazon with its books and that random dude on About.com! Those are some sites designed to “remove any residue of theism from their minds and hearts by packaging atheism as the choice of a new generation”, yes they are.
Just for fun, of course, let’s try:
Google search: christian teens. In order:
Looking through those sites, they seems pretty bent on packaging Christianity as “the choice of a new generation”. Well, you know, maybe Chuck just hasn’t heard of Google. So let’s move on to Step Three!
Step three: package and promote atheism as reasonable and scientific
His entire scope of “evidence” for this is: Richard Dawkins. His entire argument is “Dawkins sucks! Jesus Rulezzz Bitchezzz! The End.”
He spends a few paragraphs maligning people for believing anything a scientist says (and that Dawkins sucks!) and then quotes an astronomer saying something about believing in god as proof that the Bible is correct.
And that’s it. Chuck Norris’ proof about The Truth(tm)! of how the Atheist Agenda(tm) is going to “outlaw” Christianity is, in full: money, pledges, one atheist congressperson, hate crime legislation, YouTube, and Richard Dawkins.
Me thinks Chuck took one too many kicks to the head.