February 7, 2007, - 2:19 pm

When Atheists a/k/a Future Muslims Attack

By Debbie Schlussel
Something happened over the last 24 hours. Beginning last night, my inbox became populated with vile hate-mail from atheists. No skin off my back.
But it is entertaining and amusing. It’s hard to believe their letters because they were all attacking me for my appearance on CNN’s “Paula Zahn Now,” a week ago, but coincidentally each letter claims the sender just watched me on CNN. First of all, the video of that segment appears nowhere on the net. Believe me, if it did, I’d link to it. Secondly, since I appeared on the show a week ago, that all these “seminar” e-mailers are now all e-mailing me the same basic hate message, populated with a diversity of obscene insults, it’s easier to believe that they were easily brainwashed into sending me the missives as a result of an atheist blog that just put up an attack on me, yesterday.
I’m surprised these atheists would be so obedient to a higher power that told them to e-mail me since, after all, the one thing they’re supposed to have in common is a lack of belief in a higher power. Well, no-one ever said atheists are consistent or immune from hypocrisy.
I don’t mind receiving the atheist hate mail, since I know that in a few years, many of these same people will either be Muslim extremists (redundant) or helping the country fall further in its fight against the creep of Islamic imposition on America . . . or both.
Look at famous atheists and what happened to them. Adam Gadahn a/k/a Azzam Al-Amriki–now a top Al-Qaeda video “personality”–was raised by his hippie Jewish father and equally bizarre gentile mother as an atheist. And look how he turned out. Ditto for hippie-spawn John Walker Lindh.
Those two people are enemies of America, and many of those who think like them are of equally weak mind. If you don’t believe in anything, you’ll easily fall for virtual nothings. That’s why Europe is so quickly turning Islamist–because atheism dominates and Christianity is rapidly dying there. Over there, the number one cause for which atheists are suddenly finding “god” is Islam.
Over here, as I pointed out on CNN, atheists are on the attack against religion and G-d only when Christians and Jews are involved, not when Muslims and Islam are. A Christian prayer at a public school graduation or football game? Send in the ACLU lawyers. A Muslim prayer at a high school football game in Dearbornistan? Suddenly, when the “Religion of Peace” is involved, atheists boast extreme tolerance and display ultimate deference. No lawsuits. Ever. And the Muslim prayers continue.
So to you hate-filled atheists a/k/a future Muslim extremists (redundant), your e-mails have no effect on me. Ditto for your creative obscenities which don’t impress upon me the civility of the atheo-fascisti set.
But thanks for the material for this post. And nice try, telling me you saw me on CNN, last night. That was a week ago. Last night, was when Sean Hannity deliberately plagiarized my work on Islamic imam Husham Al-Husainy on FOX News. Different network, different show, my name clearly not mentioned (just my work ripped off by Hannity; Thanks, Sean).

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259 Responses

iQGuy wrote:
As for the facts of history:
“… the government of the United States of America is not in any sense founded on the Christian Religion”
-Treaty of Tripoli, Article 11, written during the administration of George Washington, signed by President John Adams, and ratified unanimously by the United States Senate.
Does it get any clearer than that? *unanimous*
The Canadien wrote:”You guys are such out and out liars. You twist words and leave out a huge deal of quotes that support the religious views of the founding fathers.
First of all, the Treaty of Tripoli said “the government” was not founded on the Christian religion. They did NOT state this wasn’t a country founded on Christian principles.”
Nice. baseless name calling. If I have asserted something as true that is not true, then blast away with the liar accusations. Until then, you’re name-calling is just mindless slander.
Yes, the country of the United States is a government. When referring to the “United States” country, government, and nation are interchangeable. It’s meaningless to state that you’re a citizen of a country unless by that you mean to say that you’re qualified to receive the protections and benefits of the government.
Yes, a majority of citizens in the U.S. are Christian and many of the founders of the United States were Christian and many of them were no doubt informed by their Christian principles. But the United States (the nation, the country, the government) is defined by its constitution. Nowhere in the United States Constitution are there any laws that could be uniquely characterized as Christian, nor are there any respects paid to Jesus, Christian principles as such, or any other higher authority.
Christians are not granted a special status in the United States. In fact, any special treatment that a citizen of the United States would try to claim for themselves because of their Christian or other religious affiliation is explicitly prohibited in the United States (the nation, the country, the government).
What is special about the United States (the nation, the country, the government), and unique at the time of its founding, was that it was a country defined by laws, not people. In other words, the United States government is defined by a constitution – not by an authority (religious, personal, or otherwise) which is held above the laws of that constitution. No Pope, no king, no class of citizens are above the law of the land.

iQGuy on December 5, 2007 at 1:10 pm

Ever hear of a psychological term called “projecting”? It refers to the constant attribution of one’s own negative qualities to others, and it’s indicative of a mild personality disorder. Miss Schlussel has it in spades. She accuses religious non-believers of namecalling, hate-mongering, extremism, bigotry, vile attacks and stereotyping . . . all qualities which she herself unremittingly displays towards them.
One thing that strikes me, both in Miss Schlussel’s comments and those who share her views, is the venom-filled rabidity with which they invariably respond whenever one expresses denial of their delusional belief in their imaginary friend God. Just look at the tone of the messages here in relation to whether the posters are religious or non-religious. Such zealotry always betrays a fundamental insecurity at the core of one’s religious beliefs.
But I did find the comment about all atheists becoming future Muslim extremists hilarous. I didn’t think Miss Schlussel could top for sheer idiocy the “I’m Jewish but I recognize that this is a Christian nation” gem on the Zahn program, but I think she may have outdid herself. Mangling the “If you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything” aphorism was also a classic. This woman is actually a member of MENSA? I guess in these politically correct times, even they have to have their token mentally challenged individual.

T. Pence on January 19, 2008 at 4:32 pm

What would our founding fathers say?
“Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, than that of blind-folded fear.”
Thomas Jefferson
“Whenever we read the obscene stories, the voluptuous debaucheries, the cruel and torturous executions, the unrelenting vindictiveness, with which more than half the Bible is filled, it would be more consistent that we called it the word of a demon than the Word of God. It is a history of wickedness that has served to corrupt and brutalize mankind.”
Thomas Paine
“Let us with caution indulge the supposition, that morality can be maintained without religions.”
George Washington
“There is nothing which can better deserve our patronage than the promotion of science and literature. Knowledge is in every country the surest basis of public happiness.”
George Washington, address to Congress, 8 January, 1790
“To give opinions unsupported by reasons might appear dogmatical.”
George Washington, to Alexander Spotswood, November 22, 1798, from The Washington papers edited by Saul Padover
“… the government of the United States of America is not in any sense founded on the Christian Religion”
-Treaty of Tripoli, Article 11, written during the administration of George Washington, signed by President John Adams, and ratified unanimously by the United States Senate.
As far as this article goes, I never saw any mention that Atheists were supposed to come over here. I read a quote of yours somewhere and was so shocked by it’s ignorance that I did a search for you to see what other ignorant garbage was being said about atheists. No one told me to find you. No one posted a direct link here.
My mom is an amazing woman. She is also a Christian. I love her dearly and never ever attack her beliefs. It is the hate and ignorance coming from your mouth that give loving, caring Christians like my mother a bad name. It’s a very sad thing to see. I hope that you can find a way, possibly through prayer and self-reflection, to examine your message of hate.

Ishkamina on January 21, 2008 at 4:21 pm

Wow lady! I did not see your interview.. nor your hate filled comments, but..just …wow.. YOURE REALLY STUPID! Youre also rather immoral and rude. Hope my kids dont grow up around yours. YOU are whats wrong with this great country.

-Shocked at the writer Debbie someone… ( i cant be pants to scroll up what she wrote made me sick.

Brenda on March 3, 2010 at 5:07 am

I’m amazed that you seem to have achieved somewhat of a position of prominence, because you display a shocking lack of intellect and the reasoning abilities of a child.

I’d do a point by point rebuttal of this, but we both know it would be to no avail.

And we also both know whatever appraoch I take with this comment will fuel one of your several ill formed preconceived notions about atheists.

I feel sad that such ignorance and unabashed hatred prevails.

Jon on March 15, 2010 at 6:35 pm

What’s the matter, someone upset about the fact atheists are around? Is it the fact you don’t know what an atheist is you blonde? I’m sorry your so upset, you look like you need a visit with the tickle monster.

C.P. on May 1, 2010 at 3:50 pm

Debbie, I would prefer you write a blog post that does not contain your constant slander. You make so many freaking assumption about people. You hate Muslims and atheists also. What did they ever do to you? The majority of us are trying to just keep America constitutional.

Adam on June 28, 2010 at 9:07 pm

Fuck you, you ignorant cunt. Again.

nate on June 30, 2010 at 6:32 pm

“I don’t mind receiving the atheist hate mail, since I know that in a few years, many of these same people will either be Muslim extremists (redundant) or helping the country fall further in its fight against the creep of Islamic imposition on America . . . or both.”

That is what I call an insane troll reasoning.

Asdf on May 12, 2013 at 9:41 am

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