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Why 'Feminism' is poisoning Atheism (Part 3)

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Published on Apr 5, 2013

So Richard Carrier got up at the American Atheists Convention 2013 in Austin, TX and gave a speech about how we should all adopt atheism plus.

I really have a problem with someone saying 'I have the best moral values, and you will be disowned by our clique if you dont adhere to them'. Who appointed him sole moral arbiter for atheism?

Secondly, his retelling of the story of how he merely advocated for reasonableness, integrity and compassion and got compared to Hitler is outragously dishonest when one compares it to his original post (one he has since re-edited to amend history).
He talks about disowning people as cannibalistic humanoid underground dwellers, and then describes this as merely advocating reasonableness, integrity and compassion.

This is about as honest as watson and co getting all the shit they do for the really stupid shit they say, and portraying the backlash that anyone who says something dumb online gets as SEXISM!

Richard Carriers speech can be found here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=au2i3...

You can also find his blog where he begs people to undo the work of the 'haters' who are downvoting his video. A curious behavior since in his talk he asks people to downvote stuff they dont approve of as a 'social punishment'.
http://freethoughtblogs.com/carrier/a...

Carriers original blog on Atheism plus can be found here:
http://freethoughtblogs.com/carrier/a...

Oddly enough, he has since toned down some of the language. Something he fails to mention in his talk. Portions of the original text can be found here:
http://thunderf00tdotorg.wordpress.co...

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