Crazy Christians @ Disney

Call to action.
Protect our children!
If you, your friends or any secular organization that you belong to want to protect children from abusive fundamentalist Christians, please join me this Sunday, January 25 at 8:30 AM to oppose the insane religious people displaying their ignorance every Sunday on the Disneyland resort sidewalks. I will be at Disney’s sidewalk on Harbor Blvd (in front of IHop).
My daughter, an atheist, and our guest from Japan, a Buddhist girl, were exposed to signs and the amplified ravings of lunatics advising them that they will go to hell if they don’t accept Jesus as their savior. After having a yelling contest with the one that appears to be their leader, I ran home to make banners and start my personal protest but by the time I got back it was too late. Apparently they show up every Sunday from 8am to 10 or 11am.
There are plenty of spaces where they can show up with banners. Disneyland should NOT be of those spaces. Disneyland is for the kids, for ALL the kids, Buddhists, Muslim, Jewish, Atheists, ALL.
I decided not to create banners with my real thoughts. After all, there are children all over the place! Instead, I wrote things like “Protect our children from craziness", “Protect our children from hate", “Buddhist, Muslim and atheist kids, don’t listen to him", “Sorry, kids, he’s nuts," “Believe what you want – it’s your right.", “Sorry, kids, he lost his marbles", etc. Humor is the best way to demonstrate how ridiculous they are.
You are welcome to come with your own ideas but please watch your language. Feel free to create your own banners or send me phrases so I can create them for you. All your ideas are welcome! The email for this event is: crazyoutofdisney@gmail.com
If you have control over a MeetUp group please create a MeetUp for this event.
Parking might be an issue; I will find a place where parking is free and try to arrange free rides.

Call to action. Protect our children! If you, your friends or any secular organization that you belong to want to protect children from abusive fundamentalist Christians, please join me this Sunday, January 25 at 8:30 AM to oppose the insane religious people displaying their ignorance every Sunday on the Disneyland resort sidewalks. I will be at Disney’s sidewalk on Harbor Blvd (in front of IHop). My daughter, an atheist, and our guest from Japan, a Buddhist girl, were exposed to signs and the amplified ravings of lunatics advising them that they will go to hell if they don’t accept Jesus as their savior. After having a yelling contest with the one that appears to be their leader, I ran home to make banners and start my personal protest but by the time I got back it was too late. Apparently they show up every Sunday from 8am to 10 or 11am....
I live in north Georgia, so I'm not able to participate in your protest, but I would like to offer some information that I'm trying to get some momentum behind. Though it's geared at politicians and war profiteers, I think it could be of benefit to all of us who don't buy into theism: A Kink in the Armor by Derek Cantrell The President of the United States recently signed into law, a bill requiring military recruits to undergo psychiatric evaluation. The evaluation will be conducted in accordance with the DSM 5. The DSM is the original predecessor to the DSM 5, and was created by the United States Army, to define, classify and treat various psychological disorders. The current DSM 5 is not only recognized by the United States military, but also the American Psychiatric Association. The DSM 5 defines religious belief as a theme of delusional behavior. While delusional behavior in itself, is not illegal; the idea of allowing those who suffer from delusional behavior to participate in military operations, actions, etc. is nonsensical. A brief assessment by a qualified psychologist or psychiatrist, would likely deem the vast majority of the current military, as suffering from delusional behavior. The popular religions in the United States are Christianity and Judaism, therefore when referring to American religions, I will be referring to these particular beliefs. While American religions may bring comfort to believers, they also promote the psychology of unquestioning loyalty, even amid obvious inhumanities. For example: God instructed Abraham to kill his own son, God committed infanticide in Egypt at one point in time, and God committed global genocide, omit Noah and a few others. Believers of American religions are taught and encouraged to emulate this genocidal deity, and to follow his leadership without question, lest they succumb to eternal punishment of being burned alive. American religions also propagate ideas like defending God given freedoms. This indoctrination may seem like a noble gesture, but once the delusion is identified, the propaganda is found to promote nothing more than genocide. Even if the military was forced to reject believers of American religions and deplete their numbers considerably, I think it would only be a temporary detour ant; but it would slow the military actions, and force them to find a solution. This could mean the sparing of numerous lives, or at worst, the delay of the useless killing of war. If war was temporarily slowed, due to rejecting believers of American religions, it would also show the direct correlation between American religions and warfare. The United States, as a mass of citizens, are the most religious of the western worlds, and also the most war-driven. War profiteers propagate American religious psychology, as it is a useful tool to control the masses of non-questioning followers, even in lieu of obvious inhumanities such as genocide. Therefore, rejecting American religions from the military would severely hinder the leaders’ control and propaganda that justifies committing genocide. We can conclude that there is sufficient evidence to demand the disbanding of military personnel who suffer from belief in American religions. We as a nation, should also demand the disbanding of police officers and political leaders, who suffer from the same theme of delusion. If people want justification for their actions, they should look to scientific method and mathematics. If math seems a radical replacement for religion, consider how many nations have waged, and do wage wars on religious belief vs. how many nations have waged, and do wage wars on arguments over the sum of two plus two. The DSM 5 has identified a severe problem in our society. This problem is likely the drive behind various inhumanities. Now that it’s identified, the next action is to find proper treatment. While this process may need time to progress, it is only logical to remove delusional personnel from positions in our society that are meant to protect and guide us.