The Professor really is making it easy for me in my new project to expose him. This time he is going overboard to show to the world what an immense hypocrite he is.
This camp in Somerset that Dawkins is financing is not ‘secular’ as claimed but will condition youngsters to ‘think’ just like Dawkins. That is not secular, but dogmatic and delivered with religious fervour!
There will be an “Invisible Unicorn Challenge” where a tenner featuring Charles Darwin will be awarded to any youngster who can disprove the existence of unicorns in the camp.
The article states that Crispian Jago, an IT consultant, is hoping the experience of this atheist camp will enrich his two children.
“I’m very keen on not indoctrinating them with religion or creeds,” he said this weekend. “I would rather equip them with the tools to learn how to think, not what to think.” (my emphasis)
Samantha Stein, who is leading next month’s camp, said, “we are not trying to bash religion, but it encourages people to believe in a lot of things for which there is no evidence.”
She doesn’t understand, or is not admitting to understand, the Professor’s rude, crude and not wholly logical unicorn, teapot and Flying Spaghetti Monster analogies.
“Instead of singing Kumbaya and other campfire favourites, they will sit around the embers belting out “Imagine there’s no heaven . . . and no religion too”.”
So in an age where youngsters are already having their childhoods taken from them by a corrupted education system and media, along comes Dawkins to tell them there’s no Heaven.
Of course, Dawkins lumps all religions together and so his followers think that anyone who follows a religion is a nutcase; out of touch with reality-according-to-Dawkins.
Here are some comments to the camp story on the Professor’s ‘clear-thinking oasis’:
“I only wish my 10 year old niece was going to this camp instead of church camp.”
“These camps are a great idea. My daughter is only a year old but, we’ll have her go when she’s old enough. Let’s hope they catch on.”
The likes of Dawkins have so managed to spread their fear and lies that a fair slice of the general public appears to believe that learning about Christian beliefs and behaving according to its values is a bad thing.
And you wonder why 12 year olds are up for murder or hanging themselves?