The campaign’s organizers have raised much more money than they had originally hoped (£140,000 when their goal was £5,500), and they have expanded it to more locations in more cities across the UK. It’s time for those who fear God’s coming wrath against the atheist advertising venues to seek alternate transportation. Maybe for the next couple of months they can follow Jesus and walk or ride donkeys to work.
Even the United States is not immune to this problem though. Despite having a signed contract for a billboard deal already worked out by a professional in the business, the Freedom From Religion Foundation(FFRF)’s billboard campaign in Phoenix ran into trouble at the last minute and had to be moved so that none of the billboards were near a church or school, as if the suggestion to “Imagine No Religion” were a dangerous and offensive message.
If they didn’t have pressure to run the ads from a valued client, the Phoenix atheists could have been in the same boat as the Australian atheists.
If you still have freedom of expression wherever you live, use it.