When Hitchens died, “god Is Not Great” began trending on Twitter. The religious know-nothings of our technologically-advanced time then rebutted the title of the book without doing any research.
Particular gems are:
#GodIsNotGreat Gotta kill the person who said this..!
If you’re really comin up with reason why #GodIsNotGreat, kill yourself.
There are 23 more in an article on Buzzfeed which are absolutely humorous, but in a very sad way.
Yes, I know that your religion is a religion of peace, and these cock-helmets do not represent everyone. With that said, your front-lines representatives on Twitter are really letting humanity down.
One would think that the insolent fuckwads rebutting Hitchens’ book title would have done some research before “tweeting” their thoughts, but, unfortunately, the top 25 tweets show no sign of research. A peculiar trait from the top-25ers, who are not only blindly dedicated to their god, but skipped that all-important research part. You know, where they actually look shit up online and determine what’s real and what’s not? I would figure that if these morons had any propensity for research, they might have questioned or given up their religion a long time ago.
Also, how violent! Isn’t Jesus referred to as “The Prince of Peace” in many modern Christian circles? Don’t the Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, etc. [mostly] claim to be peaceful? Aren’t these people attempting to see themselves as peaceful representatives for their religions? So what’s with the violence? It’s not like Hitchens titled his book, “Fuck your god; I’m going to rape him in his pristine asshole when I get to Heaven” or anything like that. No, instead he wrote, “god Is Not Great”. Of course that warrants a massive beat-down from these cowardly Twitter-fucks.