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'''"Imagine"''' is a [[John Lennon]] song which describes [[paradise]] in [[atheistic]] terms like "no hell below us" and "above us only sky". This song has also sadly brainwalshed [[Christians]] into thinking it's a great song choice for tributes and funerals. A case started by Lennon's widow [[Yoko Ono]] involving use of this song in the film "[[Expelled:No intelligence allowed]]" was used to attempt to censor opposition to the [[theory of evolution]]. A court rejected the case.
 
'''"Imagine"''' is a [[John Lennon]] song which describes [[paradise]] in [[atheistic]] terms like "no hell below us" and "above us only sky". This song has also sadly brainwalshed [[Christians]] into thinking it's a great song choice for tributes and funerals. A case started by Lennon's widow [[Yoko Ono]] involving use of this song in the film "[[Expelled:No intelligence allowed]]" was used to attempt to censor opposition to the [[theory of evolution]]. A court rejected the case.
  
This song is also the official [[anthem]] of the [[liberal]] human rights group [[Amnesty International]].
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This song is also the official [[anthem]] of the [[liberal]] group [[Amnesty International]].
  
 
[[Category: Songs]]
 
[[Category: Songs]]

Revision as of 18:32, 22 August 2012

"Imagine" is a John Lennon song which describes paradise in atheistic terms like "no hell below us" and "above us only sky". This song has also sadly brainwalshed Christians into thinking it's a great song choice for tributes and funerals. A case started by Lennon's widow Yoko Ono involving use of this song in the film "Expelled:No intelligence allowed" was used to attempt to censor opposition to the theory of evolution. A court rejected the case.

This song is also the official anthem of the liberal group Amnesty International.