Written by D P Whitehead

Thursday, 26 March 2015

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This Duck Does Not Believe In God

The star of the US TV reality show Duck Dynasty is facing criticism after a speech that included a graphic story about Stephen Hawking being struck by lighting.

Phil Robertson, one of the ones who has a stupid beard and looks like a "bit of a tool" also claimed that atheists would not find rape or murder immoral and that many atheists "don't believe in God".

Atheist groups denounced the speech, saying it was unlikely Robertson actually knows any atheists; or indeed understands what an atheist actually is.

"Stephen Hawking was normal, walking around, running, jumping and riding his bike around Oxbridge; next thing you know he claims that the Universe was created by science.....I'll say that again.....science! Next thing, struck by lighting and BOOM! Retard. Makes you think, eh? God didn't like that did he? BOOM! 'Your'e fucked' says God" Robertson said in the speech. "He now has a little useless atheist penis and no more riding his old fashioned athesit bike."

"Some of these athesits, I am told don't believe in God. Well, for the ones who don't, this is a message for you 'God don't believe in y'all!"

Duck Dynasty The hit reality sitcom, that I have never seen, nor want to, follows the Robertson family, for some reason, no idea why, don't care.

He continued: "And one day Ricky Gervais' arms gonna drop off. BOOM! God! BOOM! No arms for that Muslim prick."

Many athesist have refused to comment; but those who have have been quoted as saying Robertson is a ducking moron and can go duck himself. The cunt."

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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