One of the many tirades the twitter liar for Jesus Joe Cienkowski (@JoeCienkowski) is always going off on, surrounds a video clip of Richard Dawkins being set-up by a creationist propaganda film-crew, in which he explains that if any sort of ‘Intelligent Design’ had any chance of credibility, it would be Directed Panspermia.
Joe took this to mean that Dawkins had been unmasked as a secret creationist. I know.
At first it was just another one of the many odd things Peach Boy comes out with and people basically ignored it—but then he began spamming it as every other tweet and wouldn’t let go of it despite several attempts by several people to point him towards a clip of Dawkins explaining he was set-up and that he’s doesn’t give any credence to Directed Panspermia or Intelligent Design of any kind.
So by way of an update as to what form my review of Joe’s book will take, once it eventually arrives, I made the video below, today, in the hope Joe would take the opportunity to admit he had made a mistake. His response was as follows:
dont need to see anything other than end of Expelled. Dawkins freely offered what on his mind In context.Clear & concise
June 7th is stop following Joe Cienkowski day. That is three days from now. The only reason he has (as I write) 256 twitter followers is because half of them are waiting to see what nonsense will come out of his mouth next and the other half so they can see his replies to their other followers (since twitter doesn’t let you see @replies unless you’re following both people).
If we can half his followers in three days, we can zero his followers in a week—or at least put them back to the 20 or 30 level he was at when he first started trying to sell his book and push his idiotic pseudo-Christian shite on people who told him time and again why he is wrong.
Anyway, enjoy the video and please don’t forget: June 7th is stop following Joe Cienkowski day. Cheers!
EDIT: Just to re-cap, we’re not “picking on” Joe any more than he deserves it. He is a puke charlatan liar who only wants to self-promote and cheat honest people out of money for his “science” book.