For the past couple of weeks I have been veiwing the videos posted on youtube by one ‘brett keane’, an atheist. Call it morbid curiosity, but I couldn’t resist watching his videos. Even when they were offensive.
He stated in several of his videos that he welcomes alternative points of view from subscribers and doesn’t mind people disagreeing with him. He portrayed himself as being an open minded sort of person who respects other people’s differences, and feels no anger or hate for anyone with a disagreement.
Like an idiot, I thought he was actually telling the truth when he stated this and I made the mistake of making a statement that wasn’t in line with his thinking. I wasn’t rude. I wasn’t preachy. I wasn’t crude. Look at the exchange that went on between me and Mr. Keane below (text response area):
As you can see, I did nothing wrong whatsoever. Mr. Keane’s choice to block me was unreasonable and malicious. It made absolutely no sense for him to get that upset when it was him who originally invited alternative veiwpoints. I guess Mr. Keane has shown his true colors. He is just another nasty, mean, hateful, arrogant atheist.
But I guess that’s the typical nastiness of internet atheists. I am very disappointed. I was hoping Brett Keane would be the first reasonable internet atheist I would run across. I guess there are none.
I’m happy my belief system doesn’t require me to hate other people, and act so maliciously.