We've been talking about it for 20 posts.
SPLC and many, many other organizations condem these ------.
What's with the litmus test for these other specifically atheist agenda-oriented organizations, who are frankly pretty kooky themselves?
It's like saying, someone published an awful book, how come every Book Club isn't dedicating a night to say how awful it is.
I think you have a weird view of what not believing in G-d is. See that -? You can pencil in an o. It won't hurt me.
Nothing actually changes. Just the way you spelled a word. What could it matter?
To the extent that a young atheist might be led astray by a nationalist using atheism as bait, sure, that's a problem.
You'd think the religious community would warn children about it too, since we're in a country where about 85% of people aren't atheists. Guess that opens a whole can of worms that you must think is somebody else's problem.
It's a problem, for sure, but to try to pin the tail on the donkey of atheism is really far off the mark from the many other donkeys such as whiteness and maleness and as I called it up at the start of the thread an Ayn Rand Superman cult, which occupies the seats of power but greedily, the whites in power do not directly distribute it quite as much as some who were merely born white might have hoped, which leads to resentment but not against the power, against those that take it; the immigrant, the criminal. You might become a cop, heck you can even become a black cop. You could join the military, as many here have done, and tend to lean more white nationalist than those who did not. It is always turned towards the outsider, never introspectively.
Now, what is the atheist, but an introspective outsider in our society? Potential school shooter, even.
And, who made him that way?
I often hear atheism has the highest death toll in the 20th century. Well, that's some real power. Maybe they were on to something. What would really be wrong with wielding that power and using it to wipe your enemies from the pages of history? Isn't that what the Second Amendment is for?