I haven't mentioned The Bible Reloaded in a long time, mostly because there isn't much to share and I understand their humor is not going to be understood by everyone. It seems that the Christiano Brothers really don't get the humor. Or DMCA laws. Now, I'm not an expert on these things at all, but at this point it seems like the Christiano Brothers and their henchmen are taking the criticism of their films very very personally. Anyone who criticizes their films and isn't a Christian is instantly being reported to YouTube. It seems that the criticism and atheists are the two key issues here since they really don't have problems with Christians who like their films. And so The Bible Reloaded is finally taking action against them. Screw being nice. They tried that already. Time for real action. And I'm glad.
When I was a Christian and particularly when I attended more Evangelical churches, the people I knew actively tried to silence people who disagreed with them. I remember a youth pastor specifically stating that if you didn't like the Passion of the Christ movie then you weren't a true Christian, hence silencing any Christian in the group who didn't enjoy the film for fear of being ostracized. That was normal. What the Christiano brothers are doing is normal too. But it isn't right. You made some movies. Some people didn't like them, mostly because they sucked and also because of its message. You don't get to bully those people into taking down critical comments just because you don't like what they said. The Christiano brothers have been getting away with this for quite a while, shutting down smaller YouTube channels and with very little push back. It looks like they finally picked on some atheists who, despite trying to be civil, are done with their shit.
This is a personal, but secret, blog archiving my deconversion from a Christian to a non-believer.