US 'Fake News': Provocative billboard claims the Gospel isn't

06:13  07 december  2017
06:13  07 december  2017 Source:   NBC News

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It's All Fake News " alongside an image of the Christian nativity scene. An attempt to put up two of the same signs in Oklahoma was stymied by the billboard company. "The choice is often between being provocative or not being heard at all. If we can start that initial conversation, then we're doing our

It’s All Fake News ” alongside an image of the Christian nativity scene. An attempt to put up two of the same signs in Oklahoma was stymied by the billboard company. “The choice is often between being provocative or not being heard at all. If we can start that initial conversation, then we’re doing our

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Church is the latest institution to be affixed with the "fake news" label, but the appellation is not coming from the president of the United States or his right-wing supporters.

No, this salvo comes from the American Atheists, which has continued an annual tradition by putting up billboards in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas last week that state "Just Skip Church… It's All Fake News" alongside an image of the Christian nativity scene.

An attempt to put up two of the same signs in Oklahoma was stymied by the billboard company.

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' Fake News ': Provocative billboard claims the Gospel isn ' t . American Atheists have continued their tradition of putting up controversial billboards during the Yuletide holidays by posting signs that read, "Just Skip Church…

Nick Fish, a spokesman for American Atheists, claimed the signs aren't meant to offend, but to spark a dialogue by adding a topical tag line.

"It's a way of starting a conversation not just with this organization but within a community," Fish said. "The choice is often between being provocative or not being heard at all. If we can start that initial conversation, then we're doing our jobs to get the ball rolling and get our foot in the door."

Since the signs were put up on Nov. 30, many atheists in the affected areas have come forward in support of them, Fish said. These atheists claimed that the billboards made them feel as though they weren't alone in their community.

American Atheists, which has gone after Christian groups as well as other organized religions since they formed in 1963, specifically targeted areas that they felt were particularly religiously homogeneous.

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"It's about targeting areas where religious identity is assumed. Albuquerque is not necessarily a conservative place," Fish said, "but there is a lot of religious expectation there and we want to challenge that."

Fish said the billboards will stay up through the end of December, and they plan to put up more ahead of their national convention that takes place over Easter weekend in Oklahoma City.

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Lamar Advertising Company told American Atheists that they could not put up their "Fake News" sign in Oklahoma City or Tulsa because they said it did not meet their standards. Instead, the nonprofit put up a billboard that proclaimed, "Just Like Santa Claus, the Atheists Are Coming to Town!" — which was deemed "sensitive" but "acceptable."

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