I recently posted some comedy that I modified for an internet troll who is a former family member and who’s father use to refer to him as Cartman AKA Eric Cartman from the show South Park. The kid had dedicated an entire youtube channel to me, and at some point made several videos and then would come to my channel and post them for me.
So I used Cartman to retell his tale, but in a way like only Cartman can.
Shortly after the kid does what he does best and sic’d someone on me, which was admitted to in a blog that prolific atheist antagonist AronRa posted at Patheos.com to me.
In one of my comments after posting this, one of his numerous sock puppet accounts posts this comment;
So this person seems to think that as a Christian it is a contradiction to post something from Atheists. I think this shows where these conversations devolve. Where instead of being “humans” or various senses of humor or being able to learn from one another, we must divide ourselves in to “Christian vs. atheist”, and that is why AronRa’s initial comments to me, made it out as if though he was talking to someone else, with some sort of generic and stereotypical fundamentalist Christian beliefs, rather than someone who questions many of the same things that he does. I immediately corrected him when he came to my video and assumed a bunch of things, and then continued on as if though he was speaking to someone else still. Fact is, I have made a lot of videos on youtube and other platforms, and very very few of them have anything to do with religion, and also, beyond that I have posted quotes and conversations from atheists like Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins over the years.
In fact in my years of activism as a cannabis freedom and free speech advocate, I have worked with far more anti-theists than theists, and I find little if any conflict in doing that. I am often on radio shows with atheists about various topics as well.
In fact in this video that I posted almost a year ago about feminism, I would propose that AronRa and even many of these virtue signalling atheist social justice warriors on his channel would disagree with Christopher Hitchens far more than I do regarding feminism. Start at minute 3:46
Anyway, the sweet victory came today regarding South Park makers Trey Parker and Matt Stone coming out as Republicans. Where as this SJW troll of mine has trolled me for years over my support for Ron Paul, because he seems to favor Bernie Sanders and government coercion. I believe AronRa is on that team as well.
A famous quote from the two is similar to my beliefs;
In 2005 Matt Stone said “I hate conservatives, but I really fucking hate liberals.” Parker and Stone have both at one time been registered Republicans, but lean more toward the libertarian side of the spectrum.
I will just conclude that desperation doesn’t look good on these SJW’s, and that division doesn’t look good on humanity. It’s time to unite!