Fundie of the Year Nominations up for review
Answers in Genesis
[3/19/2010 6:50:54 AM]
Fundie Index: 101
Submitted By: Tom S. Fox
Good grief these people get more banal by the day.
3/19/2010 6:54:46 AM
Ah, given up with reasoned debate have we?
Might as well draw baseless attacks in cartoon form, keep the fundie propaganda mill ticking over.
3/19/2010 6:57:16 AM
Funny how those chimps (?) in the cartoon look very much like humans......
3/19/2010 6:59:39 AM
ANswers In Genesis has nothing better to do than to be afraid of the atheist boogeyman. We know this.
You don't have to submit every last 'cartoon'.
3/19/2010 7:00:33 AM
At least it's a well done cartoon, most of the stuff from their side looks like a five year old drew it.
I think it needs a follow up, with the boy going to church. He could leave his brain at home or something like that.
3/19/2010 7:07:29 AM
Get this creationist monkey off my back.
3/19/2010 7:10:41 AM
The quotation marks imply that he wants the kid to say, "No creator!", in which case, why is the ape-demon-thing covering his mouth?
3/19/2010 7:19:19 AM
I give this an A+
1. Excellent visual propoganda
2. Has no information that can be argued.
This will have great appeal to the ignorant masses.
3/19/2010 7:29:30 AM
Its like the worst "Family Circus" ever!
"Whos spreading these lies about evolution?"
3/19/2010 7:38:01 AM
How do public schools keep Johnny from going to Sunday school again?
3/19/2010 7:43:26 AM
Hmm... monkeys can't speak... does that mean these monkeys
? I don't remember God making any talking monkeys.
3/19/2010 7:49:17 AM
Ah, fundie propaganda at it's finest.
3/19/2010 7:49:37 AM
This cartoon is making an accurate point, they just don't realise that what they're complaining about is a positive thing for everyone else, we don't want creationism taught in schools, because it's lies!
3/19/2010 7:59:06 AM
Your comic sucks harder than a 10 dollar crack ho. I hope you are ashamed by this crap.
3/19/2010 8:07:17 AM
Wait the public school system prevents a child from learning that stuff at home, from their parents, as they are supposed to now?
Oh wait it doesn't.
Tell ya what, Dan, we'll allow kids to hear, see and talk about a creator in schools, only not yours, are you okay with that?
Yup, we'll have the teachers stand in front of the class and carefully explain how as well as scientific explanations there is an equally valid alternative explanation for the origin of life an the universe whereby the trimurti of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva brought the world into being according to their grand design. That's just what you want isn't it Dan?
We can tell the kids that in the beginning was the word, and the word was "Om". Cuz that's what you've been campaigning for all this time no?
Sorry? What's that? You meant you want
religion teaching in school, not just
Oh, well fuck off then.
3/19/2010 8:07:21 AM
That's what I don't get about fundtards like AIG. The separation of church and school protects
If they want to decide what faith to teach their child then fine. I might not like what they're doing but they have the right to do it. But even if they could guarantee that it was their particular brand of insanity that was taught, how do they get from their right to determine their children's regilous introduction to having schools teach their faith to other people's kids?
It's not just my irony meter that I need to keep under a ballistics hood now, I have my hypocrisy meter in their too!
3/19/2010 8:16:37 AM
@ LabRat, touché, my friend!
3/19/2010 8:19:21 AM
Its funny because its true. Evolutionists wont be content utill every school student is forced to renounce God in biology class before learning about evolution. Heaven forbid anyone have a differing opinion on the issue. Im not saying teach creation eather, but public schools tend to teach evolution from a specific anti-religious slant. I was luck my professor tought it in a neutral objective way. Ive known others though that teach it with the intent of disproving God to their students.
3/19/2010 8:28:09 AM
I remember this guy. The Panda's Thumb has an
about the internet infidels doing a parody thread about his cartoons.
A bunch of parodies can be found
3/19/2010 8:33:05 AM
@Observer, you do know that one of the most frequently used text books, "Biology: Discovering Life", was written by a practising Roman Catholic, right? Neither science, biology or evolution is an exclusively atheistic endeavour, which is pretty well demonstrated by the fact that people of all faiths are scientists, biologists and evolutionists. Why would a Christian, Hindu, Muslim or Sikh evolutionist want their students to "renounce God"?
Finally, by your own admission you were taught by a biology teacher not pushing an "atheist agenda", so what evidence do you have that most, or indeed any, teachers are?
3/19/2010 8:36:23 AM
Yet one more dipshit creatard who thinks that invalidating evolution automatically makes their retarded Genesis the only alternative.
That, and Dan Lietha can't draw worth a shit.
3/19/2010 8:41:03 AM
The original 3 monkeys quote goes "Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil".
The cartoonist's equating creationism with evil seems fair to me, even if it isn't what he intended.
3/19/2010 8:45:33 AM
You do realise that if a teacher made a student renounce their faith, they would be fired.
"But public schools tend to teach evolution from a specific anti-religious slant."
And you have proof of this?
"I've known others though that teach it with the intent of disproving god to their students."
Who? Where? You can't come on this site with some lame straw man argument, you have to provide proof that most teachers are evil evolutionists intent on destroying religion.
3/19/2010 8:54:28 AM
So if a kid talked about Evolution in Sunday School, I'm sure he'd get a well reasoned debate, and not a screaming, frothing frenzy?
Science belongs in Science class. Theology belongs in the church. Deal with it.
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