Written by Gary Potter
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Friday, 23 December 2011

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David Cameron has announced that all atheists will not automatically receive religious themed holidays from 2012.

Following bilge from evolutionist crackpot Richard Dawkins, who claims Cameron is not a genuine Christian, Cameron has retaliated by withdrawing holidays for all atheists.

As of 1st January 2012 all religious holidays of all faiths will have to be worked by those who publicly declare their contempt for religion, these will include Easter and Christmas. Higher rates of pay for those working atheists will also be scrapped.

Said Cameron "Those people who try and force their anti religious dogma on others, will have their privileges removed. In times of recession, it makes sense that those who don't share the belief in a celebration should not be able to take part. So tough titties."

Ricky Gervais, roly poly ex-comedian has also joined a twitter debate, again pressing his atheist fundamentalist position. Gervais who is currently writing more 'jokes' about minority groups, is also planning his next one man show. Said Gervais "I continually make jibes at Christians, so now I'm planning a full on assault against Islam. It got Salman Rushdie into the headlines, the place I love to be, so I'm giving the disabled and midgets a break and concentrating on insulting Muslims."

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