National Atheist Ad Campaign Targets Black Community
Atheist organizations from around the country have taken to billboard advertising to promote their views and their organizations over the last few months, but a new campaign by one atheist organization is focusing on reaching one group of people in particular: African-Americans.
"A lot of people think there's one black experience. A lot of people think that if someone's black it means that they're religious. So we want to be able to show people that that's not true, that there are non-religious people out there," Debbie Goddard, director of African Americans for Humanism (AAH), told The Christian Post on Wednesday....
the RNC has possibly passed a resolution on Agenda 21...... some language....
..."is a comprehensive plan of extreme environmentalism, social engineering and global control that was intitiated at the United Nations Conference...1992"
..."is being covertly pushed into local communities throught the United States of America through the International Council of Local Environmental Intiatives (ICLEI) through local 'sustainable development'"
..."views the American way of life of private property ownership, single family homes...privately owned farms; all as destructive..."
its time for evangelicals to find the clue bird. like I said, the atheist abortionist I talked with well knew the Agenda 21 plan, and knew the plan to move people to cities, feed them GM foods, they'll be sick and on synthetics. He knew all this, and since he was already in the business of eugenics felt this was the only hope of the planet. it is a world centralized ownership. carbon taxes, smart meters, etc all part of this.
many Christian leaders who get the most exposure are heavily invested in globalist politicians and as such, Christians may be the last to get the memo. Stop by a local counsel meeting and watch it all take place. Enjoy.
This has (probably) nothing to do with stupidity. Atheists are going after a market segment to sell their product the way protestant christians have been doing since Billy Sunday to today's televangelists.
Without having to go out on a limb, there will be books (ebooks) written for black atheists and then black authors to follow. Then video blogs and ultimately a show or even a cable station. Some already have stations but they are mostly white run.