Bullshit vs Bullshit

March 31st, 2009 § 3 comments § permalink

The Guardian

Reiki, an alternative Japanese therapy with a growing band of followers in the west, is “unscientific” and “inappropriate” for use in Catholic institutions, according to America’s bishops.

Guidelines issued by the committee on doctrine at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops warn healthcare workers and chaplains that the therapy “lacks scientific credibility” and could expose people to “malevolent forces”.

The document also claims that for a Catholic to believe in reiki presents “insurmountable problems”.

Bwahahahahaha! An organisation that is built on the myth and legend with no scientific evidence, is scared that some of its’ members might fall for a different set myths and legends that have no scientific evidence.

Ooh, molevolent forces…

…a notion which is of course hugely credible and strongly supported by scientists, particularly those working in Malevolent Forces and Evil Spirits research departments around the world.

And, again from the New Humanist, in the interest of balance…

New Humanist was unable to find a reiki practitioner to comment on the scientific credibility of the Vatican stance on condoms and the spread of HIV…

Via D-Notice

Every Sperm is Sacred

March 18th, 2009 § 0 comments § permalink

I’m not so sure the Pope is all too worried about the fornicators, homosexuals and unfortunates that have caught AIDS or are at risk of catching AIDS and is more worried about incurring the wrath of his boss, because as we all know…

Hopefully the vid works and is what I think it is. I can’t actually see myself from my work pc. If it doesn’t, I’ll sort it later.

Please love me

February 8th, 2009 § 1 comment § permalink

“Winning this competition would validate me as a person” – Carrie, on Paris Hiltons’ British Best Friend.

What. The. Fuck?

Seriously, that girl needs help.

Shock News: The Vatican endorses homophobia!

February 2nd, 2009 § 1 comment § permalink

Can we start fucking over the Vatican, like we have done Iraq and Afganistan?

It’s obvious that Vatican City has been lead by a serious of religious extremists that dictate almost every aspect of it’s citizens life.

From making them eat fish on Fridays to controlling womens bodies with regard to birth control and more besides.

How can those barmy bishops deny being homophobes, for a start, when they do stuff like this

An Austrian cleric who said Hurricane Katrina was God’s punishment for the homosexual sins of New Orleans has been made a bishop by the Vatican.

The people of Vatican City need our help!

2-0 to the atheists’

January 28th, 2009 § 2 comments § permalink


A pro-Christian advert that claims a vaccine to prevent cervical cancer in young women increases teenage infertility has been banned by the advertising watchdog.

Paid for by fundamentalist group Christian Voice, the advert in the New Statesman entitled, ‘Violent crime – sowing and reaping’, condemned government health policies, including giving a key cancer vaccine on the NHS, for focusing on curbing teenage pregnancy at the expense, the advert claimed, of teenage fertility.

“Every government initiative, including the HPV [Human papillomavirus] vaccine, will increase [teenage infertility], but as all the targets revolve around pregnancy, no-one in power knows how many young people they are making sterile and nobody cares”, it read.

But after receiving complaints that claims linking the HPV vaccine to teenage infertility could not be substantiated, the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) ruled the advert broke advertising rules and could not be republished

Try making ads that have a modicom of truth in it, instead of reasoning like…

Mr Green, national director of Christian Voice, said the availability of the vaccine “encourages people to just keep on fornicating, increasing promiscuity”, which he claims will then lead to an increase in teenage infertility.

Erm. It’s a vaccine against cervical cancer. It is not a contraceptive. It doesn’t protect against the clap or crabs, or stop a baby from being made.
In light of this new information, what is your problem with this vaccine? Or is your problem with two people doing what comes natural?

Mr Green said the ruling against Christian Voice represented “double standards.”

“On matters of faith and morality the ASA seems to make up the rules as it goes along,” he said.

Oh, boo hoo! It’s so unfair!

Just because you’re paranoid…

January 28th, 2009 § 0 comments § permalink

Remember this?

The Fisher-Price Little Mommy Cuddle ‘n Coo is meant to make realistic baby sounds and occasionally cry out for its “mama”.

But some parents claim that one of its noises sounds just like “Islam is the Light”, and have complained to Mattel, which owns Fisher-Price.

Well, them eeeeviiil muslims must be desperate to turn young girls to the dark side cos they’re at it again, apparently

KNIGHTSVILLE, Ind. (WTHI) – Months ago, Rachel Jones was shocked to discover her 4-year-old’s baby doll seemed to have a hidden message: Islam is the light.

Imagine her surprise when a game for her 8-year-old daughter’s Nintendo DS had the same message.

Best start checking the spaces vacated by the Reds.

Warning: Contents may offend

January 21st, 2009 § 4 comments § permalink

The Advertising Standards Agency has decided on whether the ‘Athiest Bus’ has broken any rules.

And I would like to paraphrase here…

Fuck off you witless god-bothering cocks.

Oh, alright. Here’s what they really said

But the body concluded the adverts were unlikely to mislead or cause widespread offence and closed the case.


[ASA] said it assessed 326 complaints. Some claimed the wording was offensive to people who followed a religion.

326 people are offended by someone asking them if they’ve ever thought that there might not be a god. That’s what that line is saying

While some of the complaints claimed the adverts were offensive and denigrated people of faith, others challenged whether they were misleading because the advertiser would not be able to substantiate its claim that God “probably” did not exist.

What about all the ads and posters about god and church and stuff? According to their logic, they would have to substantiate the claim that there is probably a god. Which is just as hard.

And if one person can satisfactorily prove to me that there is a god beyond doubt, I will eat my blog.


Easily offended

January 16th, 2009 § 2 comments § permalink


A Christian bus driver has refused to drive a bus with an atheist slogan proclaiming “There’s probably no God”.

Ron Heather, from Southampton, Hampshire, responded with “shock” and “horror” at the message and walked out of his shift on Saturday in protest.

You small minded, petty, shit stirring little fucker.
How the fuck did you, Mr Heather, get through to the ripe old age that you have by being shocked and horrorfied by statements that differ from your opinion?

“I felt that I could not drive that bus, I told my managers and they said they haven’t got another one and I thought I better go home, so I did.
Mr Heather said he was shocked at the “starkness” of the advert

“I think it was the starkness of this advert which implied there was no God.”

Starkness? Fucking Starkness? You Ron, I can call you Ron, can’t I? I feel I know you so well already, are a twat. That is not a stark message. It’s not even asserting for definate that there isn’t a god. It’s saying that there’s a possibility there is no god. If that message was said to you by a person, that person would be looking at their feet, shuffling nervously and mumbling under their breath.

Do you stop non-christians from travelling on your bus, incase they turn believers away from the one true faith? Do you think that the anti-god message is going to leave you a sitting duck for the anti-christ? Once you’ve left the bus station the evil sprirts will think you’re one of them and take control? You’ll lose you sense of moral decency and stop buying the Mail for the Guardian and start voting LibDem?

Let me reassure you, Ronny, about what will happen if you drive that bus:
You will drive it out of the bus station, some people will get on, some people will get off. Some people will see the advert and think “heh”. Others will think “hrumph”. Most others will not even notice it. You will return the bus to the station and go home to await the next thing to offend you. The world will carry on as it was before, not having had Lucifer unleashed on us all.

I am just flabbergasted that someone can be so fucking precious that a statement so unsure of itself can give theman excuse to fuck off home in a sulk.

You’re not offended, Ron. You’re just workshy, aren’t you.


Infallible bigot

December 23rd, 2008 § 4 comments § permalink

NHS Blog Doctor:

There is no more culpable protector of paedophiles than the appalling Joe Ratzinger. He should be in jail. Sadly, he is not. He is Pope. He is therefore infallible. Comes with the job. His latest outrage is a gratuitous attack on homosexuality.

Daily Mail:

The Pope has declared that saving the world from homosexual behaviour is as important as saving the rainforests.

Tim Almond:

how well are practising homosexuals doing at “destroying man”? Post-1950 europe (largely tolerant) has seen it’s population rise only 50%


How are practising homosexuals destroying man? Do they emit large amounts of greenhouse gases or summat?

Tim Almond:

Dunno. I think Ratzy somehow hasn’t worked through the “not outbreeding straight people” part of his theory.

Without merit

December 9th, 2008 § 0 comments § permalink

From D-Notice.

Yahoo News:

Christian campaigners have lost their High Court challenge over university researchers being allowed to create human-animal embryos for research purposes. Skip related content

The Christian Legal Centre (CLC) and Comment on Reproductive Ethics (Core) were refused permission to bring a test case application for judicial review. Mrs Justice Dobbs, sitting at the High Court in London, ruled that the application was “totally without merit”.

The campaigners wanted to overturn a decision of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) in January this year, granting research licences to scientists at Newcastle University and King’s College London.


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