All athiests are not the same and you cannot paint them all with a single color in your brush. All athiests do not subscribe to your particular set of morals. To speak on behalf of all athiests is extremely arrogant on your part. To speak for your organization and for those that do subscribe is one thing, but to say you speak for what athiests in general believe is not genuine. You don't know this. Just because one does not believe in a god does not make them a follower of your morals and of the morals of your organization.
1) I've never claimed to speak on behalf of anyone but myself. I don't even know what you're talking about.2) I don't have a specific set of morals that I follow, so how could I possibly expect someone else to follow one? It doesn't make sense for you to even say that. What morals are you talking about that I seem to be pushing on people?3) Atheists don't generally 'believe' anything. So you're either not one, you don't understand atheists. There is no 'belief' for me to project or subscribe to, or to explain. Atheism is the lack of belief in a god, that's it.4) I've never wanted a follower of morals. Why do you keep saying that? I'm not a moral teacher or a person that says anyone should live a certain way. That's left up for religions to beat people down with.5) I really have no idea where this came from. I don't think you really know anything about me or you wouldn't have said any of those things. By the way, you spelled atheist wrong throughout your entire post. So it's clear that you're either misled or pretending to be something your not. Please be honest with my readers and yourself if you're going to post here.
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