Max & John Baptiste: Sargon Tries To Understand Thomas Paine while Grim babbles

Sargon of Akkad is always laughable when he tries to explore ideas. Being an Atheist, his choice of materials to read are also surprisingly predictable as he narrowminds his way along the typical Atheist path. It leads nowhere of course but perhaps the trip will be worth it to him. When he figures out none of the Founders could stand Thomas Paine and that it’s for good reason, he might want to move on.

Grim’s Obfuscations, Othering, and Attempts To Divert:…

Sargon’s pathetic analysis of Thomas Paine:

John Locke: On the Reasonableness of Christianity…

Age of Reason Rebuttal:…

Max & Dr. Steve Turley: The Emerging Post-Secularist Order

The real red pill is that Atheism is just one lie after another. Join us as we talk about the (no really) slow death of Globalism and the emergence of Nationalism, as well as the differences between Ethnic and Civic Nationalism.

Max & John C. Wright: Violence inherent to Atheism

Is the Atheist worldview inherently violent? We suspect so. How are we wrong, do you think?

Referenced items:

John C. Wright’s blog & other goodies:

A Manual for Creating Atheists:…

Martyred in the USSR:

The Atheist Violence Problem as we’ve discussed on other shows: The Week in Atheist Stupid #1:…

Texas Church Shooting by Christian-hating Atheist who hung out in Atheist forums:

The Skeptic Feminist murder — which we think happened because of Atheism and Skepticism more than any other factor:

Secular vs. Religious regimes and Violence:


Godless Cranium’s Damsel-in-Distress Baloney: A correction and challenge

Godless Cranium pretends he’s a Free Speech martyr. He’s not. He probably won’t give a straight answer to this, either.

Will he pledge to protect religious people who get doxxed, harassed, deplatformed, or otherwise censored? Will he stand by us, even though we don’t like him and he doesn’t like us? We don’t think Atheists are sincere when they say they’re for free speech. Do you believe him?

Bully Steve McRae continues Atheism’s Doxx & Harass Tradition

Steve McRae continues online Atheism’s decade-long habit of doxxing and harassing.

McRae’s dishonest ad hom with fake references:…

More commentary on the bigot bully harasser who uses fake sources, Steve McRae.…

Deflating & Escaping: The Week In Atheist Stupid #TWIS

Genetically Modified Skeptic has dropped a jaw-droppingly dumb video. Deflating & Max take a look. Much hilarity ensues.

Useful Graphic:

Hitchens was a vile man who is not missed by anyone sane.

Odious toffeenosed smarmy shallow hateful Atheist fop and bigot Stephen Fry:

Sargon rationalizes away how a “skeptical” nihilist worldview couldn’t possibly have anything to do with violence.…

The Skeptic Feminist Killing — the Atheism had everything to do with it.…

Genetically Modified Skeptic’s”If Atheists Argued Like Theists”…

Conservapedia’s extremely well-referenced pages on Atheism. (Watch cowardly Atheists just make excuses to avoid addressing the data):

Vox Day’s “The Irrational Atheist” – handy book, and you should notice how Atheists lie about its all the time and try to attack the author instead:…

Richard Dawkins is a Proven Pseudoscientist and Cult Leader

Richard Dawkins is a fraud, like the other Four Horsemen (except maybe Dennett). An essay with references.


Richard Dawkins is a Proven Pseudoscientist and Cult Leader:…

Richard Dawkins Comes to Call on Rupert Sheldrake:…

Saturday Night Nerdstream for Actual nerds

Tired of Fake Nerds pretending to be interested in nerd stuff? Whether they’re hipster douches or perimenopausal Honeybadgers? Whether you’re religious or not join us on the Nerdstream tonight where Andrew Strateletes, Alexander Athanasius, Jean Baptiste, Max, and others join in to talk comics, RPGs and other games, cool movies, and more.

Links referenced in the show:
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Planetary Annihilation: Titans
Star Citizen Alpha 3.0 video by BoredGamer:…
Roberts Space Industries


Richard Dawkins Comes to Call on Rupert Sheldrake

In 2007, Richard Dawkins visited Rupert Sheldrake at home to interview him for his TV series Enemies of Reason. Rupert proved an uncooperative “proponent of superstition” providing no useful footage or soundbites. He also unreasonably wanted to discuss scientific research on intuition..