Atheist Head-honcho David Silverman Shrieks Hysterically in Support of MuBro Infiltraitors in U.S. Government

What kind of mind looks at the world today and decides that the main problem is the counter-jihad?
Very strange people. The same kind of people who decided in the Cold War that anti-communists were the main problem. You remember the ‘better red than dead’ freaks?  Communists, by nature atheists, have no place in the Islamic state and must be put to death. But don’t take my word for it: ask  Yussuf al Qaradawi, who has more power than the pope in the Islamic world, he’ll tell ya!

David Silverman, Asshole of the Month

This is rich:

David Silverman, head honcho of American Atheists, comes out in support of the worst bloodcult the world has ever known. Bizarrely, he attacks those who defend  his freedom from religion:

David Silverman, president of American Atheists, said the lawmakers’ actions amount to modern-day McCarthyism and spewing hate in the name of religion. He said that is why his organization signed on to the letter criticizing the House members’ demand that the inspectors general mount investigations.

“Religious and nonreligious people are uniting against organized lies and organized hate, and really what this is is organized hate,” Silverman said.

Its hard to believe the guy is really that dumb.  Is he a closet Moslem like Zero?

Franks defends request for probe of Muslim infiltration of government

 Rep. Trent Franks, R-Glendale, says those who criticize his call for an investigation of the influence of Muslim groups on the U.S. government are turning a blind eye to threats in the name of political correctness. (Cronkite News Service photo by Stephanie Snyder)

WASHINGTON – Rep. Trent Franks, R-Glendale, this week defended his call for an investigation into the influence of Muslim groups on government organizations, even as the proposal came under more fire.

On Thursday, 42 religious and secular groups criticized Franks and four other House members who signed letters demanding the probe, saying the letters questioned “the loyalty of faithful Americans based on nothing more than their religious affiliations and … tenuous evidence of their associations.”

The groups ranged from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and American Baptist Churches USA, to the Hindu American Foundation and People for the American Way, to the Secular Coalition for America and American Atheists, among others.

Their criticism followed a Senate floor speech last week by Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., who said the letters’ focus on one top State Department official, Huma Abedin, “are nothing less than an unwarranted and unfounded attack on an honorable citizen.”

“These attacks on Huma have no logic, no basis, no merit. And they need to stop now,” McCain said.

Franks could not be reached for comment Thursday. But in a Tuesday statement, before the most recent criticism, he accused critics of engaging in “political correctness.”

“To collaborate in this administration’s political correctness and pretend that these issues are not real is to potentially put innocent lives at risk in the pursuit of preventing anyone from feeling uncomfortable,” Franks said in the statement.

Franks – along with Republican Reps. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota, Louie Gohmert of Texas, Lynn Westmoreland of Georgia and Thomas Rooney of Florida – wrote to the inspectors general of five agencies last month, demanding investigations into the influence exerted by the Muslim Brotherhood on the federal government and its impact on national security.

In his Tuesday statement, Franks said the letters were not targeting individuals, but rather the Muslim Brotherhood in general, a group that the letters said is dedicated to “‘destroying the Western civilization from within,’ a practice the Brothers call ‘civilization jihad.’”

“The evidence of the hostile nature of the Muslim Brotherhood is not in doubt in any reasonable mind,” Franks’ Tuesday statement said. “Consequently, in spite of the din of politically correct voices urging us all to look the other way, I cannot retreat one inch from pushing back on Muslim Brotherhood influence inside the United States Government.”

But critics Thursday said that the charges by the five House members merely singled out “innocent individuals based on their religious adherence.”

“As such, your actions have serious implications for religious freedom and the health of our democracy,” the groups said in the letter addressed to the five House members.

David Silverman, president of American Atheists, said the lawmakers’ actions amount to modern-day McCarthyism and spewing hate in the name of religion. He said that is why his organization signed on to the letter criticizing the House members’ demand that the inspectors general mount investigations.

“Religious and nonreligious people are uniting against organized lies and organized hate, and really what this is is organized hate,” Silverman said.

Secular and religious organizations joined to write the letter because the issue affects more than just Muslims, said Lauren Anderson Youngblood, spokeswoman for the Secular Coalition for America.

“This is an issue that affects all Americans, religious and nonreligious,” she said. “When you have a group of lawmakers who are singling out minority religions, that’s a problem.”

22 thoughts on “Atheist Head-honcho David Silverman Shrieks Hysterically in Support of MuBro Infiltraitors in U.S. Government”

  1. People like Silverman aren’t atheists, they’re “fashion” atheists just going along with the current liberal fashion agenda. When that changes, they’ll be something else. Any atheist with a smidgen of education understands the danger of Islam. If you want to know what actual atheists think about Islam, read and watch videos with Dawkins, Hitchens, Harris, Dennett, etc., not these little angst-ridden, attention-seeking twits like Silverman.

  2. See the thing about atheists is that we tend to… y’know… THINK about things before we say them. As a movement, our only interest is political — in preserving the absolute wall of separation of church and state.

    Now if Bachmann’s McCarthyesque crusade was anything but transparent Islamaphobio — rightwing Christian ideology put to action — then maybe you’d find an atheist or two who’d take you up on conspiracy mongering.

    As it is, atheists tend to have the good sense to hate Islam without hating individual Muslims just for being Muslim. Similarly, we hate Christianity without hating individual Christians just for being Christian. You need to do something additionally hateful to get on that list.

    Which Bachmann, like the author of this website, has done.

  3. Wait, what? Your article is so watered down with your opinion that it doesn’t make sense. What was your point? Is it that you disagree and therefore he’s dumb?

  4. What an odd little conservative convolution. I love how people designate themselves to talk on behalf of others as if they are either qualified or authorized. As an atheist, I dont’ care enough about any religion to hate it or it’s followers even when i vehemently disagree with their arguments. What a load of crap.

  5. Irrationally-based hatred is every bit as bad as religious-based hatred. Ironically, it makes he who claims to be against Muslim atrocities every bit as wrong as the Muslims who commit the atrocities.

    Sheikyermami should think a little more before he/she put the words on the blog. The probe in question is not based in evidence or even legitimate concern. Rather it is one born of religious hatred, ignorance, and a need for political rhetoric in an election year. That the author of this blog sees fit to follow that pattern makes me think that there is little of value to be gained from trusting this blog. All his/her writing now becomes suspect: what is real and what is fear-mongering?

  6. Like the Monty Python cheese shop that’s “uncontaminated by cheese” this “satire site” is uncontaminated by satire.
    Yeah, they can claim all they want to be satire. It ain’t.
    In order to be satire it needs to funny. It ain’t.

  7. Saying something is satire does not make it satire. I would characterize it as jibberish.

  8. So lets see what we got here:

    A ‘banned’ atheist who is not banned at all but hates Christianity (Jews?) and claims to hate Islam but not muslims blah blah…

    Me thinks he hates too much!

    Others clearly suffer from reading disability because if they did read the facts they wouldn’t fantasise about “Irrationally-based hatred is every bit as bad as religious-based hatred. Ironically, it makes he who claims to be against Muslim atrocities every bit as wrong as the Muslims who commit the atrocities.”

    Only a totally warped mind could come up with something like that.But it fits into the Islamic narrative: “those who resist Islam cause wars and are responsible for them”– I would suggest a more reasoned approach like “In any war between the civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man” –by Pamela Geller.

    Never let facts get in the way of good libtard spin, but remember:

    you are entitled to your opinion, but not to your own facts.

    Homos welcoming their executioners: that’s irrational.

    “Homophobia” is an insult to every heterosexual in the land, since it suggests that 99% of the population suffers from some irrational disease of the mind that can only be cured by shutting down anyone speaking up against homosexual depravity.

    ‘Islamophobia’ is a cooked up word applying the same principle. There is nothing irrational about rejecting a horrific blood-cult stuck in the 7th century. An Islamophobe is a person who knows too much about Islam.

    Atheists and commies supporting those who’s religion teaches total annihilation of unbelief is irrational, especially when their hatred and their ignorance goes against those who truly care about their country, their culture and civilisation.

    Jibberish and booga booga alright.

    And one more thing:

    McCarthy was right. McCarthy was correct about communist infiltration and it was worse than he even thought. We need a 21st Joe McCarthy to root out the MB and Bachmann needs our support to keep the ball rolling.

    McCarthy wasn’t destroyed for being alarmist, he was destroyed for being correct.

  9. “McCarthy was right.” Well. That just says it all, doesn’t it.

    Now we can write you, and you’re little ‘satire’ site off for what it is. No point in feeding the troll. You get jack shit, squatbag.

  10. Could you please supply a link/reference to Mr. Silverman’s quote?

    I find it difficult to believe that any rationally thinking people would have an opinion on the subject without first reading the original letters written by Bachman & Co.
    Having read them, I am unable to discern any ‘hate-speech’ or accusations. A request for information on standard security checks is not an accusation. This sounds very like a cover-up.

    I am surprised because Mr. Silverman always appeared to be a very rational man.

  11. The links are all there,Georgina.

    As for the unhinged atheist above: thanks for confirming that atheism is just another word for communism, redistribution of other peoples money.

    It’s time to throw your che Guevara tshirt in the bin and get off the dole, jerk!

  12. Dr.koolaid r u jokeing or are u that stupid atheism is cmmunism they have nothing to do with each other atheism is a belife while communism is a form of government

  13. You are yet another uneducated individual with a fake name spewing stupid remarks. You don’t know the difference between Atheism and Communism. You don’t have a problem with blatant government prejudice against a singled out religion, thus, destroying even further the separation of State and Church and Citizen’s rights. Certainly the Koran and the Bible are fully of hideous laws that if followed by the masses would result in heinous crimes against humanity. However, given there is a minority of extremest Christians and Muslims we are spared the fate that would result if they were ever to gain power. If we are to be successful in the war on terrorism, it is not going to be by singling out ALL Muslims. That is akin to the horrid practice of interring all the Japanese during WWII. We are the USA and if we can’t figure out a fair way to single out these people, well, shame on us.

  14. Me thinks you know nothing about the Koran and just as much about the bible.

    I’ll let you worry about the ‘extremist’ Christians and their horrible laws that allow you to live so wonderfully free and ignorant; you probably don’t even know that atheists have no right to life in an Islamic state where all the power comes from the mosque.

    Enjoy while you still can, your subjugation is just around the corner!

  15. Andy, atheism is the religion of communists. But don’t take my word for it; ask anyone who’s ever lived under the commie yoke, they’ll tellya!

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