Christian Party bus campaign is most complained about non-broadcast advert ever made

The Christian Party parody of the atheist bus ad campaign. See what they did there?

In response to the atheist bus campaign, which saw busses in London and eventually around the world daubed with the slogan, “There’s probably no god, now stop worrying and enjoy your life”, The Christian Party launched a campaign with the slogan, “There definitely is a God, so join the Christian Party and enjoy your life”.

The Advertising Standards Authority has announced that it was the most complained about non-TV advert ever produced.

The Christian Party’s policies, for which they polled just 18,621 votes in the recent General Election, include anti-homosexual literature in schools and a staunch anti-abortion policy—even including where there is a threat to the life of the mother.

http://www.atheistbus.org.uk/advertising-standards-agency-annual-report-compares-atheist-bus-complaints-against-christian-ad-complaints/

http://www.humanism.org.uk/news/view/557

3 comments on “Christian Party bus campaign is most complained about non-broadcast advert ever made

  1. Tfat is just so embarassing. Where do prople have to take theor extremes before they become a means of havoc on a womans’s right in a first world society – nation in a biblical tolerance.

    It is terrible enough that a woman in a second or third nation does not enjoy the right to choice on many privilages which we take for granted.

    I do not favor a woman’s misuse of abortions, however there are certainly circumstances where the emergency needs of health, even mental health, are more than enough grounds to allow some decency.

    Don’t worry people, it’s just another example of chienkowskism – on a much larger scale.

  2. Where did you learn that the Christian Parties policies “include anti-homosexual literature in schools and a staunch anti-abortion policy—even including where there is a threat to the life of the mother”?

    As far as I can see their policy on homosexuality in schools is to call “for the end of the promotion and teaching in schools of homosexuality as a family relationship.”

    As for abortion they apparently intend to “Introduce random audits of abortion cases to verify compliance with present legislation. Where breaches are found prosecutions should follow and clinicians investigated by their appropriate professional bodies.” They could hardly audit something which they will outlaw under all circumstances could they?

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