Essay: Dawkins is conquered and muzzled by women

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After being conquered by femnists Richard Dawkins told a reporter: “I feel muzzled, and a lot of other people do as well,” he continued. “There is a climate of bullying, a climate of intransigent thought police which is highly influential in the sense that it suppresses people like me.”[1]

Question: Do real men complain about being bullied by women? Did John Wayne ever complain about being bullied by women?

Richard Dawkins used to direct a majority of his anger and venom towards Christianity and creationism (see: Richard Dawkins and anger and Richard Dawkins and intolerance).

When you mock God terrible things can happen to you.

Question: Is there anything more pitiful than a man who whines about being bullied and muzzled by women?

Second Question: Has the Bible believer Chuck Norris ever declared that he was bullied and muzzled by women?

Behold the sad state of Richard Dawkins!

After being routed by feminists due to his Elevatorgate controversy, Richard Dawkins told a reporter:

“I don’t take back anything that I’ve said,” Dawkins said from a shady spot in the leafy backyard of one of his Bay Area supporters. “I would not say it again, however, because I am now accustomed to being misunderstood and so I will . “

He trailed off momentarily, gazing at his hands resting on a patio table.

“I feel muzzled, and a lot of other people do as well,” he continued. “There is a climate of bullying, a climate of intransigent thought police which is highly influential in the sense that it suppresses people like me.”

Recent criticism of Dawkins has come from women, many of them within the atheist movement, which has long drawn more men to its ranks. His online remarks, some women say, contribute to a climate they see as unwelcoming to female atheists...

“I concentrate my attention on that menace and I confess I occasionally get a little impatient with American women who complain of being inappropriately touched by the water cooler or invited for coffee or something which I think is, by comparison, relatively trivial,” he said.[2]

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Ms. Magazine on Richard Dawkins' website visitors being largely males. Conservapedia is cited

"The lack of lady presence is so visible that Conservapedia commented on it by noting that Dawkins’ website overwhelmingly attracts male visitors." - Ms. Magazine, November 1, 2010, Will “New Atheism” Make Room For Women? by Monica Shores.[3]

Question: Was the seed of atheist, womanly discontent with Richard Dawkins initially sparked due to Conservapedia?

If New Atheism had a god, this is what he would be saying to new atheist men

The new atheist Richard Dawkins wants governments to keep religious parents from having a strong influence on children via religious instruction (See: Richard Dawkins: The State Needs to ‘Protect’ Children From Religion…and Their Parents).

In 2012, a Georgetown University study was published indicating that only about 30 percent of those who grow up in an atheist household remain atheists as adults.[4]

If New Atheism had a god, this is what he would be saying to new atheist men: "O my new atheist men! Their conquerors are religious children, and feminists rule over them. How the men with the new atheist intellects have fallen! The weapons of of their rhetorical war have perished! Fallen! Fallen is New Atheism the Great!".

See also: Desecularization and Decline of global atheism

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Richard Dawkins eventually tapped out when he was put in a choke hold by feminists. Dawkins apologized to a feminist three years after the Elevatorgate controversy.[5][6]

He later retracted his faux apology, but it was too late.[7] Ms. Rebecca Watson already crowed to her fellow feminists that Richard Dawkins apologized. He admitted his guilt and declared her the winner of their epic battle. And no amount of retractions is going to change this fact.

Dr. Dawkins thought he was a new atheist alpha dog, but Watson proved once and for all that he lacks machismo! No real man apologizes to a feminist and then ungraciously retracts his apology. See: Does Richard Dawkins have machismo? and Richard Dawkins and flip-flopping

In the picture above, the woman in the blue judo uniform represents Rebecca Watson and her fellow feminists. The woman in the white judo uniform represents the pantywaist Richard Dawkins.



Unlike the godless, coward Richard Dawkins, the Bible believer Chuck Norris has never been bullied and muzzled by women and he never will be. See also: Atheism and cowardice



Rabbi Shmuley "Krav Maga" Boteach was the first person to utterly defeat and publicly humiliate Richard Dawkins.

As far as the Richard Dawkins vs. Rabbi Boteach publicly held debate, the student audience voted that Boteach won the debate. See: Richard Dawkins and Rabbi Shmuley Boteach

And once Boteach got Dawkins in the "Why did you publicly deny the videotaped debate ever took place?" sleeper hold, Dawkins was down for the count.

Of course, this proves once again, that Britain, whose citizens have given Dawkins numerous awards, continues to be declining power and that the state of Israel will never lose a war.



Every roller derby lady is tougher than Richard Dawkins. Roller derby ladies do not allow themselves to be bullied and muzzled by women.



Post-Elevatorgate much of Richard Dawkins' fanbase has abandoned him. The few new atheists that remain constantly drill so they can successfully eject from the New Atheism plane before it slams into the ground.



Mr. Fanboy of Richard Dawkins, would John Wayne ever complain that he was bullied and suppressed by women? Well, would he? I don't think so!

The day Elevatorgate occurred has been called the day the atheist movement died

See also: Atheist movement

Richard Dawkins is still widely criticized for igniting deep fractures in the atheist movement through his Elevatorgate scandal. For example, on November 26, 2013, the atheist activist and blogger Jen McCreight posted at Twitter the message: "Did anyone on Dawkins AMA ask how he feels about single-handedly destroying the atheist movement with the Dear Muslima yet?"[8] In December of 2013, atheist Jack Vance at Atheist Revolution called July 2, 2011, which is the day that Elevatorgate occurred, "The day the atheist movement died."[9]

American militant atheists are running out of time

According to journal article Secularism, Fundamentalism or Catholicism? The Religious Composition of the United States to 2043 which was published in the Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion by Vegard Skirbekk and Anne Goujon, secularization will plateau in America before 2043.[10]

As you can see from the decline of internet atheism which occurred post-Elevatorgate, atheists have lost their momentum.

In 27 years, the year 2043 will arrive. The atheist hordes tried to advance atheist ideology from 2011 to 2016, but they got bogged down in the swamp of feminist atheists vs. non-feminist atheists bickering. Five years wasted! Only 27 years or less are now left and the contention continues (See: Atheist factions).

Will Dawkins put the feminism/Elevatorgate issue behind him? Judging from his apology to feminists which he later retracted, the answer is probably not.[11][12][13]

Onward Christian soldiers

Meanwhile, secular Europe is seeing a flood of religious immigrants; the religious around the world continue to have significantly more children than their secular counterparts and atheistic China is seeing an explosive growth of Christianity (see: Desecularization and Decline of global atheism).

Eric Kaufmann told a secular audience in Australia: "The trends that are happening worldwide inevitably in an age of globalization are going to affect us."[14]

In 2011, the American Spectator declared:

The report estimates about 80,000 new Christians every day, 79,000 new Muslims every day, and 300 fewer atheists every day. These atheists are presumably disproportionately represented in the West, while religion is thriving in the Global South, where charismatic Christianity is exploding."[15]

On July 12, 2012, the Christian Science Monitor reported:

French scholars say, evangelicalism is likely the fastest-growing religion in France – defying all stereotypes about Europe’s most secular nation...

Daniel Liechti, vice-president of the French National Evangelical Council, found that since 1970, a new evangelical church has opened in France every 10 days. The number of churches increased from 769 to 2,068 last year.[16]

Do you hear that sound American atheists? It is the sound of global Christianity cavalry heading to America and Europe! See also: Atheism vs. Christianity

We shall never surrender

"Never, never, in nothing great or small, large or petty, never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy." - Winston Churchill

I have, myself, full confidence that if Christians do their duty, we shall prove ourselves once more able to defend American Christianity, to ride out the storm of American secularism, and to outlive New Atheism, if necessary for years, if necessary alone. At any rate, that is what we are going to do. That is the resolve of American and global Christendom.

Even though large tracts of Europe and many old and famous States have fallen into the grip of secularism and all the odious apparatus of Darwinism, we shall not flag or fail. We shall go on to the end. We shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend American and world Christendom, whatever the cost may be. We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender, and if, which I do not for a moment believe, America or a large part of it were subjugated by secularism, then global Christendom, would carry on the struggle, until, in God's good time, the Christians in the developing world, with all their religious power and might, step forth to the rescue and the liberation of America and Europe.

Baylor University reported in 2015:

Recent coverage of American religious life, by focusing on the decline of some of the larger denominations and the new organized life of non-theistic communities, have missed the larger story that since World War II, religion in the United States has grown spectacularly and ahead of the population curve. America is now the most religious it has ever been with Church membership at an all-time high and relatively new worshiping communities representing the spectrum of the world's religions now spread across the urban landscape. As a nation in which the great majority of its people have affiliated with a religious community, without government coercion, America is possibly the most religious country that the world has ever seen.”[17]
A Pew Forum report showed that evangelical Protestant churches in America grew by 2 million from 2007 to 2014 whereas the so-called mainline (liberal) Protestant churches declined by 5 million.[18]

Michael Brown wrote:

Several decades ago, church statistician and demographer David Barrett began to report the surprising news that around the world, the most rapidly growing faith was Spirit-empowered Christianity, marked by clear gospel preaching, belief in the literal truth of the Scriptures, and the reality of God’s presence. (The data were compiled in the prestigious “World Christian Encyclopedia,” published by Oxford University Press.)...

This is confirmed in the new Pew Forum report, which showed that evangelical Protestant churches in America grew by 2 million from 2007 to 2014 whereas the so-called mainline (liberal) Protestant churches declined by 5 million, meaning that evangelical Protestants now make up the largest religious group in the nation. (Although this is not part of the Pew Forum survey, my surmise is that the evangelical churches that are most Bible-based and make the most serious, grace-empowered demands on their congregants are, generally speaking, the ones that are growing rather than declining.[19]

Concerning the future of religion/secularism in Europe, Eric Kaufmann wrote:

We have performed these unprecedented analyses on several cases. Austria offers us a window into what the future holds. Its census question on religious affiliation permits us to perform cohort component projections, which show the secular population plateauing by 2050, or as early as 2021 if secularism fails to attract lapsed Christians and new Muslim immigrants at the same rate as it has in the past. (Goujon, Skirbekk et al. 2006).

This task will arguably become far more difficult as the supply of nominal Christians dries up while more secularisation-resistant Muslims and committed rump Christians comprise an increasing share of the population.[20]

The milennial generation in the United States is less religious.[21]. However, it is also true that the United States government is 19 trillion dollars and debt and many of the economic experts who predicted the 1987 financial crisis, are expecting a severe economic depression that could exceed the Great Depression and this could happen within the next 15-20 years or so (Many of the economists in the Austrian school of economics predicted the 1987 crisis while the Keynesian economists in academia largely did not predict the crisis).[22] The relevancy of potential future economic instability is that history teaches us that it can have a large effect on a nation's degree of religiosity (During times of crisis, many people turn to faith/family).[23] Furthermore, as the world continues to grow more religious through various processes of desecularization, long term this could certainly have an effect on the United States.

Comedy and satires about Richard Dawkins

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References

  1. Richard Dawkins stands by remarks on sexism, pedophilia, Down syndrome, by Kimberly Winston | Religion News Service November 18, 2014 and syndicated to the Washington Post
  2. Richard Dawkins stands by remarks on sexism, pedophilia, Down syndrome, by Kimberly Winston | Religion News Service November 18, 2014 and syndicated to the Washington Post
  3. Will “New Atheism” Make Room For Women? by Monica Shores, Ms. Magazine, November 1, 2010.
  4. http://www.christianpost.com/news/study-atheists-have-lowest-retention-rate-compared-to-religious-groups-78029/ Study: Atheists Have Lowest 'Retention Rate' Compared to Religious Groups
  5. Rebecca Watson's Twitter post about Dawkins' apology
  6. Who is “belittling” what? by Richard Dawkins
  7. Richard Dawkins stands by remarks on sexism, pedophilia, Down syndrome, by Kimberly Winston | Religion News Service November 18, 2014 and syndicated to the Washington Post
  8. Jennifer McCreight on the Twitter about the Elevatorgate scandal
  9. The Day the Atheist Movement Died by Jack Vance at Atheist Revolution
  10. Secularism, Fundamentalism or Catholicism? The Religious Composition of the United States to 2043, Journal for the Sientific Study of Religion, vol. 49, no. 2 (June) 2010, Vegard Skirbekk and Anne Goujon,
  11. Rebecca Watson's Twitter post about Dawkins' apology
  12. Who is “belittling” what? by Richard Dawkins
  13. Richard Dawkins stands by remarks on sexism, pedophilia, Down syndrome, by Kimberly Winston | Religion News Service November 18, 2014 and syndicated to the Washington Post
  14. Shall the religious inherit the earth
  15. Thriving Christianity
  16. In a France suspicious of religion, evangelicalism's message strikes a chord
  17. Scholars Will Challenge “Secularization Myth” Nov. 10 at National Press Club
  18. Why conservative churches are still growing
  19. Why conservative churches are still growing
  20. Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth?: Demography and Politics in the Twenty-First Century by Eric Kaufmann
  21. Millennials Are The Least Religious Generation Yet, And Here’s The Surprising Reason Why
  22. Economic collapse
  23. Economics and atheism