Monday, January 23, 2012

Creationists, Every One of Them, Are Today's Cunts of The Day

Creationists, every one of them, are today's Cunts of the Day.

The UK's Guardian reports that annoying Richard Dawkins is celebrating a UK government decision to cut funding to free schools that teach intelligent design as fact. This is an excellent move on the part of the UK government to stem the tidal wave of stupidity that is behind creationism and intelligent design.

Obviously, these morons whose literal understanding of religious texts leads them to reject science will instill creationism in their children anyway. At least in the UK they won't be doing so getting government funding.

You have to wonder how many children who are brainwashed into sharing their parent's beliefs grow up questioning what they have been told once they realize what nonsense has been put in their heads. Perhaps it's when they figure out their beliefs land them on the same page as the likes of Sarah Palin, Mike Huckabee and supreme knobcheese Ben Stein.

Everyone should stand up against religious based teaching in schools. It is, after all, stone cold horsepiss. People should, like Dawkins, be even more vocal when these idiots try and get their hands on tax dollars with which to brainwash children. The world, after all, has enough stupid people in it. Today these cunts have received a set back that rational people everywhere should be celebrating.

Sponsored by people who are delighted to see the UK's Telegraph newspaper is ever on the case of Tony Blair, particularly when it comes to his ever increasing finances. Rightly fucking so. Shrub Monkey


Anonymous said...

When all else fails, bring on Science.

"Love of God and compassion and empathy leads you to a very glorious place, and science leads you to killing people." - Ben Stein

He went on to major in economics at Columbia University's Columbia College, where he was a member of Alpha Delta Phi society and the Philolexian Society. After graduating with honors from Columbia in 1966, Stein went to Yale Law School, graduating in June 1970.


He says that he did not have the highest grades in his class at Yale, but was voted valedictorian by the students because he was most popular.

Himself said...

In the words of the inimitable Mr reed:

I need a drink.

Himself said...