Chapel Hill Murders: “Atheist Hate Crime?” – VIDEO


Chapel Hill Murders: Atheist Hate Crime? #ChapelHillShooting Chapel Hill shooting: Three young Muslims gunned down in North Carolina family home: …

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  • George Mayer February 14, 2015 at 8:30 pm

    This guy didn’t kill three people because he was an atheist. There’s
    absolutely nothing in an absence of religion that drives someone to kill.
    He killed three people because, either he was mentally ill, or he wanted
    to rage against someone for his own failings in his life.

  • Atreadis February 14, 2015 at 8:39 pm

    I’m reading all these comments: ” Why is this different to when muslims
    commit murder? Or Christians? It’s all the same. You’re apologizing for
    atheism. ”.

    I’m going to say this once, and only once. So read carefully.

    Muslims, and Christians ( or any other religion ), kill in the *name* of
    that religion. They do it to further their religious goals. This guy did
    not kill those muslims to further an atheist goal. Or in the name of the
    atheist movement or what ever other nonsense. He killed them because he
    could, and he had screwed morals. That’s it. He didn’t scream out loud: ”
    The Propher has been avenged! ”. Or: ” God wants those faggoty ass sand
    niggers to die! ”.

    And if you can’t see the difference, then a conversation with you would be
    a waste of time.

  • AIRburst95 February 14, 2015 at 8:50 pm

    I’m sure if those Muslims just had weapons themselves this wouldn’t have
    happened. – NRA probably 

  • Junior Jones February 14, 2015 at 9:06 pm

    Three Muslims were killed? No, three people were killed. Try again…
    Atheist killed? He had mustaches too…atheism, lack of belief in diety –
    nothing to do with killing.
    Atheism is not ideology. It’s the absence of belief in fairytales. Doesn’t
    motivate you to do anything.

  • nora ekard February 14, 2015 at 9:26 pm

    Quit your bullshit Jaclyn, first you rant on about the great evil of the
    muslims, now you sit here basically being an apologist when the shooter is
    someone from your own camp.
    Frankly though, I’m not surprised. I’ve seen so much hatred towards
    religion in the atheist community, people calling it a disease, mental
    disorder, a cancer, it was only a matter of time.
    Don’t sit there and give me this watered down bullshit because we all know
    what this is, it’s a hate crime. And I’m not religious, so don’t come at me
    with your bullshit.

  • Michael Jones February 14, 2015 at 9:35 pm

    “I mean, no one kills someone over a parking space.”

    Of course not. They kill because of being shown no respect and being
    ignored. The parking space issue was just the spark which caused the bad
    feelings between them, but it was the bad feelings (disrespect) which
    caused the violence.

    “Park in that space again today when ya’ll come home tonight! I’ll teach

    That’s what I think this is about.

  • Herman Huang February 14, 2015 at 9:55 pm

    Looking at all these fellow atheists trying to rationalize and explain away
    this is pathetic. Atheists can be horrible people as well. 

  • Tal Moore February 14, 2015 at 10:22 pm

    If atheism is a peaceful belief then how do you explain ASIS, the *Atheist*
    State in Iraq and Syria? Hmm?

  • Sigvardr Olafson February 14, 2015 at 10:28 pm

    First of all; “No one kills someone over a parking space, this is obvious,
    but he was pro-gun…” Really, Jaclyn, really?

    Secondly, from what I’ve seen, this guy may have been a hothead, his
    neighbors had been assholes to him for a while, tempers flared and, with
    him being the only one packing, he ended the fight. Now all the politically
    correct vultures are in the media pushing buzzwords like “hatecrime” and
    “Islamophobia” to try and continue to try and paint Muslims as oppressed
    victims. This is rather darkly amusing considering you can, at any time,
    find videos of muslims cutting peoples heads off who they don’t agree with
    from the day prior. ISIS killed, what, 9,000+ people last year?

    On the slight chance that this was an execution, I’m not going to bother
    NAAALT’ing this guy. I’ll let them have this one. This might be the first
    militant atheist that we’ve seen in the modern world, sure, slim chance but
    sure. However, given all that Muslims have to answer for, if this is
    religiously (or anti-religiously, depending on how you look at it)
    motivated, Muslims are retarded for not seeing this coming and the more
    ISIS live prisoner burnings and Parisian street shootings we see in the
    news, this wont be the last.

  • adnan habbal February 14, 2015 at 10:43 pm

    So Muslims being killed by a fundamentalist antithesis isn’t as serious as
    comic drawers being killed by two Muslims… I applaud your logic (note the
    sarcasm) hate crimes driven by ideology is all the same regardless of the
    frequency(yes antithesis is an ideology). You compare an individual
    incident to an individual incident and thus they are equally bad. and much
    like how the Charlie hebdo murderers were against freedom of speech this
    guy was against freedom of belief which is a fundamental right in the

    Let’s face it. Muslim lives don’t matter as much as the lives of the others
    much like black lives don’t matter as much as white lives and lives of
    people in the third world don’t matter as much as people from the first
    world and the perfect illustration is how much more coverage the death of
    12 French people had over the lives of 2000 Nigerians simply because it is
    Africa. And you jacklynn have just illustrated my point perfectly. The
    saddest part is that people like you who think they are egalitarian and
    humanistic are in fact not and you don’t even realize it. The only worse
    thing than a biggot is someone who is a biggot but consider themselves to
    be the opposite.

  • Ravishing Rick Rude February 14, 2015 at 10:57 pm

    all I can say to this is HAHAHA!!! you atheists are just like the religions
    you condemn, killing in the name of a lack of belief in god. This proves
    that it doesn’t matter what your beliefs are its about time one of your
    filth got caught. what he did was wrong and it isnt your responsibility to
    claim this idiot, but don’t sit here and tell the world that your people
    are better than anyone else’s when you have all the same assholes as anyone

  • Naruto Uzumaki February 14, 2015 at 10:57 pm

    i don’t understand why people feel the need to murder innocent people.
    they’re muslims so what? they’re still people there is nothing more
    valuable than a human life

  • Ben Fama Jr. February 14, 2015 at 11:28 pm

    The most important thing is that no matter what, we as atheists are
    speaking out and it shows we are not a religion. I hope religious people
    would speak out more when people of their faiths do the same. Violence is
    bullshit, no matter what you believe.

  • Oh, it's just Garak. Plain, simple Garak February 14, 2015 at 11:50 pm

    I think the dispute that lead to the 3 murders was triggered by religious
    means but not the main motivation…

    1. the parking dispute occurred
    2. noticing they were muslims (by their headpiece), he had a subconscious
    means to attack them
    3. the situation resulted in shooting because he had a weapon.
    4. since the confrontation occurred more than once, he was triggered or

  • tom9152a February 15, 2015 at 12:08 am

    Joseph Stalin, Pol Pot, Mao Zedong. Atheists are stupid for declaring a
    negative without proof, for forgetting that most mass murderers are
    atheist, and for thinking we theists will ever fall for the “passive
    atheist” lie. Atheists are scum of the earth.

  • msginca February 15, 2015 at 12:09 am

    *Fact: The person who killed these people wasn’t an atheist*
    It may come out later or not, but whether it does or not, he wasn’t an
    Added Note:
    I forgot to mention …
    This person *Does Not Physically Qualify as an Atheist*

  • ButterflyChristie . February 15, 2015 at 12:31 am

    “A good man left to his own devices will do good, and an evil man will do
    ill, but if you want to make a good man do evil, make him religious.” –
    Christopher Hitchens

    An atheist would kill an innocent person if they are mentally unhealthy,
    and their actions can be refuted with reason, but a religious person
    killing an innocent person in the name of their religion does so because
    faith, and dogma opened the door for that to happen. When you take away
    ones critical thinking, and just have faith without evidence it opens
    someone up to believe anything, which is dangerous. A death cult can claim
    the same thing, and they have. Those are giant brick walls to intellectual
    discovery, inquiry, honesty, reason, logic, and truth.

    Blind faith in a book that says it contains all morals open a way for
    someones morals to be warped even if they are a good person. It is
    something anyone can use to manipulate the public into doing what ever they

    All it takes is to interpret the book in a bad way.

    It is not good when we sacrifice the indispensable tool of reason on the
    altar of superstition, then putting a label of moral authority on it.

  • Sophia Rodriguez February 15, 2015 at 12:44 am

    Let us not use the “no true Scotsman” fallacy. *If* he did this because of
    his anti-religious views, then we have to own up to it, and publicly reject
    any and all forms of violence. 

  • Tom Bailey February 15, 2015 at 1:10 am

    As a Christian Jaclyn, the word of God says we are to “mourn with those
    that mourn” and certainly the family has to be distraught over this. My
    heart as a Christian is for all people and God said that Christians are to
    be a light of the world and as a city on a hill rather than judging and
    doing analysis I want to show compassion towards the victims. Is that too
    Christian of a concept for you Jaclyn to talk about the families of the
    victims and set your agenda aside? Or do you put your agenda first? That
    is what your words seem to indicate.. I listened for over 3 and a half
    minutes to see where your priorities lied and they sure did not lie with
    the compassion for the family that is involved. Why talk is though you
    care more about protecting your agenda rather than talking about compassion
    towards the victims family? Why? Do you hate the “mourn with those that
    mourn” concept? Or are you too in love with your agenda to grasp that
    I pray that God touches them and gives the peace and comfort and that God
    sends Christians to show love to them as Christ would without judgment but

  • ryan m February 15, 2015 at 1:40 am

    why can’t murder be murder anymore? why does it need to be a race thing?

  • Mary DeLarge February 15, 2015 at 2:05 am

    This is tragic, but now you know this is going to be everybody’s new
    argument against us athiests. 

  • Hal Davis February 15, 2015 at 2:25 am

    Lets not be hypocrites. A guy who hates religion killed Muslims and we
    cannot act like that doesn’t have a part in this. The difference is, we
    don’t have a book that tells us to do so, or that’s its okay.

  • TheCrippledEgg February 15, 2015 at 2:49 am

    One atheist kills muslims,
    many religious people rejoice.

  • Revo Red February 15, 2015 at 2:49 am

    Fucking apologist, no worse than muslim apologist

  • JaclynGlenn February 15, 2015 at 2:52 am
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