Essay: 2020 was a very bad year for atheism. VERY, VERY BAD. HORRIBLE

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2020 was a very bad year for atheism. VERY, VERY BAD. HORRIBLE.

In 2020, atheist controlled, mainland China was shown to cause the coronavirus pandemic through their bizarre eating habits and deceit. And now these truly, truly additional horrible developments! 2020 is the worst year in the history of atheism, just like Conservapedia predicted. See also: Atheism and the Wuhan coronavirus epidemic and Dietary practices of atheists and Atheism and deception

Was 2020 the WORST year in the history of atheism?

Was 2020 the WORST year in the history of atheism? I will let you be the judge. But if you are an atheist, please don't engage in denialism. That's a fair request, isn't Mr. Atheist? See: Atheism and historical revisionism and Atheism and human rights violations and Atheism and mass murder

When deciding the important question of whether or not 2020 was the worst year in the history of atheism, consider the below information concerning RationalWiki which is a atheist/agnostic wiki website.

In 2020, RationalWiki administrator DuceMoosulini indicates their website attracts "all sorts of weird people"

RationalWiki is an atheist/agnostic wiki that leans left politically.

RationalWiki (RW) is an atheist/agnostic, wiki website.

As can be seen above, on May 17, 2020, the RationalWiki administrator who goes by the moniker DuceMoosolini, indicated that RationalWiki "attracts all sorts of weird people". The statement was made on their Discord channel (Discord is a chat website). See also: Atheism and social outcasts and Atheism and social skills and Atheism and mental illness

Message to RationalWiki editors: Gentlemen, birds of a feather, flock together!

In 2020, RationalWiki administrator Oxyaena wrote: "it's just that i am probably raging too much most of the time to form coherent sentences."

As can be seen above, on 5-24-2020, the RationalWiki administrator Oxyaena wrote: "it's just that i am probably raging too much most of the time to form coherent sentences." The statement was made on their Discord channel (Discord is a chat website).

At RationalWiki, the inmates are running the asylum.

Question: Why is the website called "Rational"Wiki if one of their administrators is probably raging too much to form coherent sentences? There is a lot of irrationality at "RationalWiki". See also: Atheism and irrationality and Atheism and emotional problems and Atheism and anger and Atheism and mental illness

In 2020, RationalWiki Administrator Ace McWicked calls RationalWiki editors "pearl clutching pansies"

On May 23, 2020, an administrator of the atheist/agnostic website RationalWiki who goes by the moniker Ace McWicked, admitted that its editors are a "bunch of pearl clutching pansies".[1]

The above graphic is from Examining Atheism which featured a screen capture and link to Ace McWicked's wiki post at the website RationalWiki.[2] See also: Atheism and mental toughness and Atheism and cowardice

On May 23, 2020, an administrator of RationalWiki who goes by the moniker Ace McWicked, admitted that its editors are a "bunch of pearl clutching pansies".[3]

The comment was made on its moderation page.

Should this embarrassing revelation be called "PansieGate"? See also: Atheism and mental toughness and Atheism and cowardice

In 2020, RationalWiki editor Amassivegay wrote: "I am never sure I am even coherent most of the time."

On May 24,2020, which is the day he voted on whether a fellow editor should be permabanned from the website, the RationalWiki editor who goes by the moniker Amassivegay wrote: "I am never sure I am even coherent most of the time."

Gentlemen: In 2020, birds of a feather, flocked together!

Scientific proof gentlemen that birds of a feather flock together. If your website "attracts all sorts of weird people", then I suggest you gentlemen look in your respective mirrors!

See also: Atheism and social outcasts and Atheism and social skills and Atheism and mental illness

Is it all relative? Is there an absolute standard for the worst year of atheism? Atheism has been having a bad year since forever? It's all so wearing. Oh, the humanity!

A quote from an editor of RationalWiki who goes by the moniker Amassivegay:

"I would like to say, that over the years this...[ User: Conservative at Conservapedia ]...has been debated, such as is possible, almost constantly. take a quick tour of the archives for wigo cp. there is no shortage of shout outs and responses... atheism has been having a bad year since forever... its all so wearying. never quite sure which bit of past trauma led me to where I find myself, over which events I seem to obsess over, how they made feel then, or now, or if its really significant. its not this...[User: Conservative]..saddens me. its being told its no big deal, theres been worse offenders, toughen up, snow flake. thanks for that. hope getting to say 'macheesmo' again really scratched an itch. AMassiveGay (talk) 17:59, 24 May 2020 (UTC)"

The RationalWiki editor is one of the few keyboard warriors left at RationalWiki which is experiencing a massive loss of web traffic. Besides being a culture warrior at website that the Los Angeles Times said had editors who actively engaged in vandalizing Conservapedia, he seems rather glum. See also: Atheism and depression

Is Amassivegay concerned about the feelings of that sensitive editor who is one of the editors of the User: Conservative account? Oh no, he cares nothing about him! Does he care that delicate soul User: Conservative has been cyber-harassed for years? Apparently, not!

It's all so tragic really. Perhaps, if a Amassivegay and his fellow editors of RationalWiki had stopped their cyber-harassment of User: Conservative, the endless heavy artillery barrage of new atheism articles at Conservapedia that caused the his shell shock could have been avoided. Conservapedia now has over 1,000 articles on atheism. Conservapedia's atheism articles receive hundreds of thousands of page views a year.

But it's too late now. The atheist movement is dead (see: Decline of the atheist movement). Thanks to that crusading User: Conservative, Christian apologists and other Christians who rained on his atheist parade. All he has left is the burnt rubble of a website which is in the midst of raging fire of web traffic decline. And if that wasn't bad enough, the world is going through desecularization. Furthermore, all his weak and fallacious excuses for being an atheist have been burned to a crisp (see: Rebuttals to atheist arguments and Evidence for Christianity).

So Amassivegay is having a pity party. Woes me!

And then to add insult to injury, one of the editors who uses the User: Conservative account has the gall to say that not only does he rarely think about homosexuality, but soon he will rarely think about atheism. That's crazy talk! Amassivegay hates one of the editors who uses the User: Conservative account. He curses the day that he was born. He cries out: "Let that cursed day not be blessed by the God I say I lack belief in."

A suggestion to Amassivegay: If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen. See also: Atheism and mental toughness

Confession is good for the soul. Even if you pretend you're a soulless atheist

See: RationalWiki admits it has a weirdo, pansie infestation


The religious are increasing as a percentage of the world's population. The irreligious/nonreligious are declining as a percentage of the world's population

See also: Desecularization and Global atheism statistics

In 2011, atheist Jacques Berlinerblau declared: "The Golden Age of Secularism has passed."[4]

On July 24, 2013, CNS News reported:

Atheism is in decline worldwide, with the number of atheists falling from 4.5% of the world’s population in 1970 to 2.0% in 2010 and projected to drop to 1.8% by 2020, according to a new report by the Center for the Study of Global Christianity at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, Mass."[5]

Professor Eric Kaufmann, who teaches at Birkbeck College, University of London, specializes in the academic area of how demographic changes affect religion/irreligion and politics. Kaufmann is an agnostic.

On December 23, 2012, Kaufmann wrote:

I argue that 97% of the world's population growth is taking place in the developing world, where 95% of people are religious.

On the other hand, the secular West and East Asia has very low fertility and a rapidly aging population... In the coming decades, the developed world's demand for workers to pay its pensions and work in its service sector will soar alongside the booming supply of young people in the third world. Ergo, we can expect significant immigration to the secular West which will import religious revival on the back of ethnic change. In addition, those with religious beliefs tend to have higher birth rates than the secular population, with fundamentalists having far larger families. The epicentre of these trends will be in immigration gateway cities like New York (a third white), Amsterdam (half Dutch), Los Angeles (28% white), and London, 45% white British.[6] [7]

At a conference Kaufmann said of religious demographic projections concerning the 21st century:

Part of the reason I think demography is very important, at least if we are going to speak about the future, is that it is the most predictable of the social sciences.

...if you look at a population and its age structure now. You can tell a lot about the future. ...So by looking at the relative age structure of different populations you can already say a lot about the future...

...Religious fundamentalism is going to be on the increase in the future and not just out there in the developing world..., but in the developed world as well.[8]

See also: Religion and migration and Growth of religious fundamentalism

Dr. Steve Turley wrote:

According to University of London scholar Eric Kaufmann’s detailed study on global demographic trends, we are in the early stages of nothing less than a demographic revolution. In Kaufmann’s words, "religious fundamentalists are on course to take over the world." There is a significant demographic deficit between secularists and conservative religionists. For example, in the U.S., while self-identified non-religionist women averaged only 1.5 children per couple in 2002, conservative evangelical women averaged 2.5 children, representing a 28 percent fertility edge. Kaufmann notes that this demographic deficit has dramatic effects over time. In a population evenly divided, these numbers indicate that conservative evangelicals would increase from 50 to 62.5 percent of the population in a single generation. In two generations, their number would increase to 73.5 percent, and over the course of 200 years, they would represent 99.4 percent. The Amish and Mormons provide contemporary illustrations of the compound effect of endogamous growth. The Amish double in population every twenty years, and projections have the Amish numbering over a million in the U.S. and Canada in just a few decades. Since 1830, Mormon growth has averaged 40 percent per decade, which means that by 2080, there may be as many as 267 million Mormons in the world, making them by 2100 anywhere from one to six percent of the world’s population.

In Europe, immigration is making the continent more religiously conservative, not less; in fact, London and Paris are some of the most religiously dense areas within their respective populations. In Britain, for example, Ultra-Orthodox or Haredi Jews constitute only 17 percent of the Jewish population but account for 75 percent of Jewish births. And in Israel, Haredi schoolchildren have gone from comprising a few percent to nearly a third of all Jewish pupils in a matter of five decades, and are poised to represent the majority of the Jewish population by 2050. Since 1970, charismatic Christians in Europe have expanded steadily at a rate of 4 percent per year, in step with Muslim growth. Currently, Laestadian Lutherans in Finland and Holland’s Orthodox Calvinists have a fertility advantage over their wider secular populations of 4:1 and 2:1 respectively.

In contrast, Kaufmann’s data projects that secularists, who consistently exemplify a low fertility rate of around 1.5 (significantly below the replacement level of 2.1), will begin a steady decline after 2030 to a mere 14 to 15 percent of the American population. Similar projections apply to Europe as well. Kaufmann thus appears to have identified what he calls "the soft underbelly of secularism," namely, demography. This is because secular liberalism entails its own “demographic contradiction,” the affirmation of the sovereign individual devoid of the restraints of classical moral structures necessitates the freedom not to reproduce. The link between sex and procreation having been broken, modernist reproduction translates into mere personal preference. It thus turns out that the radical individualism so celebrated and revered by contemporary secular propagandists is in fact the agent by which their ideology implodes.[9]

A prediction of predictions. The mother of all predictions about atheism

Eric Kaufmann, a professor at Birkbeck College, University of London, using a wealth of demographic studies, argues that there will be a significant increase in desecularization in the 21st century which will impact the Western World.[10]

Mr. Atheist, are you sitting down? If you have a heart attack after hearing this prediction, are you fairly close to a hospital? By the way, did you know that religious hospitals tend to be better than secular hospitals (see: Atheist hospitals).

Mr. Atheist, are you sure you want to hear it? Are you an atheist who loves the fallacy of exclusion - the most beloved of all logical fallacies by the world's atheists?

OK then. Brace yourself. It's not pretty.

Are you really, really sure you can handle the truth? Just checking one last time. See: Atheism and truth

Here is the prediction: Each new year until Jesus comes back is going to the worst year in the history of atheism as atheists will be declining as a percentage of the world's population while religious fundamentalism is going to increase.

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  1. Administrator of RationalWiki admits its editors are a "bunch of pearl clutching pansies"
  2. Administrator of RationalWiki admits its editors are a "bunch of pearl clutching pansies"
  3. Administrator of RationalWiki admits its editors are a "bunch of pearl clutching pansies"
  4. Berlinerblau, Jacques (February 4, 2011). "Obama at the National Prayer Breakfast". The Chronicle of Higher Education/Brainstorm blog. Retrieved on May 29, 2015.
  5. Global Study: Atheists in Decline, Only 1.8% of World Population by 2020
  6. London: A Rising Island of Religion in a Secular Sea by Eric Kaufmann, Huffington Post, 2012
  7. 97% of the world's population growth is taking place in the developing world, where 95% of people are religious, Tuesday, April 30, 2013
  8. Eric Kaufmann - Religion, Demography and Politics in the 21st Century
  9. (source: Text below the YouTube video Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth and the text was written by Dr. Steven Turley).