Phil Robertson on raping and killing atheists.

Two guys break into an atheist’s home. He has a little atheist wife and two little atheist daughters. Two guys break into his home and tie him up in a chair and gag him. And then they take his two daughters in front of him and rape both of them and then shoot ’em and they take his wife and then decapitate her head off in front of him. And then they can look at him and say, ‘Isn’t it great that I don’t have to worry about being judged? Isn’t it great that there’s nothing wrong with this? There’s no right or wrong, now is it dude?’ Then you take a sharp knife and take his manhood and hold it in front of him and say, ‘Wouldn’t it be something if this was something wrong with this? But you’re the one who says there is no God, there’s no right, there’s no wrong, so we’re just having fun. We’re sick in the head, have a nice day.’ If it happened to them, they probably would say, ‘Something about this just ain’t right.’

“Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson explaining his rape fantasies about killing atheists

4 thoughts on “Phil Robertson on raping and killing atheists.

  1. oopster74 March 30, 2015 at 09:11 Reply

    Reblogged this on oopster74 and commented:
    Ffs! You don’t need religion to know what’s right or wrong.

  2. Independent Radical March 30, 2015 at 17:32 Reply

    I know he is supposed to be setting up a hypothetical scenario, but I doubt we would have gotten away expressing an equally detailed and graphic scenario in which the victims were Muslims or new age spiritualists/deists (who also believe tend to believe that they will not be judged for anything they do because the supernatural force they believe in is super “loving” and forgiving and tolerant), even if it was part of some philosophical argument.

    I recognise that all non-Christians experience prejudice in societies where Christianity is the dominant religion (and if he had said something like that about Muslim or new age people I would also have been horrified), but there does seem to be a special prejudice directed at people who reject the existence of god-beings and powerful supernatural forces altogether. That may be because a hierarchical society is intimidated by people who reject the idea of a supernatural ruler altogether and do not wish to be ruled by any magical being (no matter how benevolent, liberal and “tolerant”, or rather, permissive the supposed being is.) I only wish that more atheists would apply the anti-hierarchy thinking implicit in atheist and anti-theism (I use the term “anti-theism” to mean opposition to religion and the concept of god in general) to society in general and in particular to issues related to gender and sexuality.

    And yes, atheism and moral relativism are distinct phenomenon. Of course, many atheists and religion opponents have embraced moral relativism since it is the dominant ideology within universities and secular moral systems are rarely discussed (thus people are not given viable alternatives), but liberal religion adherents are equally relativistic nowadays.

    • Francois Tremblay March 31, 2015 at 00:40 Reply

      “I only wish that more atheists would apply the anti-hierarchy thinking implicit in atheist and anti-theism (I use the term “anti-theism” to mean opposition to religion and the concept of god in general) to society in general and in particular to issues related to gender and sexuality.”

      From your mouth to God’s ear! :)

      • Elle Kacee March 31, 2015 at 05:10 Reply

        From your mouth to God’s ear! :)

        Hahahaha! :)

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