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''See also:'' [[Atheism and mockery]]
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Revision as of 16:27, 11 September 2019

A very significant portion of atheists eat pork - especially Chinese atheists.

As can be seen below, a very significant portion of atheists eat pork - especially Chinese atheists.

The current atheist population mostly resides in East Asia (particularly China) and in secular Europe/Australia among whites.[1] See: Western atheism and race

China, atheism and pork eating

See also: Asian atheism and China and atheism

Political boundaries of Asia

Razib Khan points out in Discover Magazine, "most secular nations in the world are those of East Asia, in particular what are often termed 'Confucian societies'. It is likely therefore that the majority of the world’s atheists are actually East Asian."[2] See: Asian atheism

China has the world's largest atheist population and practices state atheism.[3][4]

East Asia contains about 25 percent of the world’s population. China’s population represents 20 percent of the people on earth.[5]

China is a nation of pork eaters

Secular Europe and pork eating

See also: Secular Europe

Europe and pork eating

Irreligion, Australia and pork eating

See also: Irreligion in Australia

Australia and pork eating

Health risks of eating pork

United Church of Bacon

See also: Atheism and mockery

Fox News reported:

For some eating bacon is a religious experience. But in Las Vegas, there’s a group dedicated to the worship of the cured pork.

Founded in 2010, the United Church of Bacon now claims nearly 10,000 members worldwide and is based on beliefs that include its followers must love the smell of bacon.

“Bacon is a way to bring people together, even if you are religious, there’s no discrimination. You can have a god before bacon,” said church founder and ex-Marine John Whiteside. “I like pigs in a blanket, that’s great, I like donuts and bacon, any type of bacon is great.”

The organization uses bacon's popularity to bring together a “church” of non-believers. But, it was really formed to promote the rights of atheists and religious skeptics. One of its founding members is Whiteside’s longtime friend, Penn Jillette --from the illusionist team Penn and Teller.[6]

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