The hypocrisy described here seems to be business as usual for Holmes. Her attacks on religion via the internet began with attacking the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. After failing to trash them she moved on to attack the Church of Scientology.
While accusing God of narrow-mindedness…
“If you don’t believe exactly the way he wants, if you don’t believe in the right Jesus or have the right conception of Jesus in your head, you’re going to burn eternally,”
…Holmes carefully ignores the fruits of her labors: acts of hate and violence stemming from the atmosphere of intolerance she has created. When confronted in an email by an individual pointing out some of the violent acts perpetrated on minority religions and their members due to her inflammatory posts to newsgroups she posted his email to an anti-religious newsgroup (exposing him to likely hate mail) and then responded with “I did not deign to answer this individual.”
Although Holmes has never set foot in a Church of Scientology, she has appointed herself an expert. Yet her “expertise” encompasses only vicious degradations – degradations embodied in the following excerpt, taken from a posting she made to the same newsgroup.
[Note that the first item Holmes listed below employs a dead skull as a “sex toy;” this is neither a coincidence nor a new view of her personal proclivities. Her partiality for necrophilia was established several years ago in a detailed description she made to the internet.]
From: email@example.com (Deana M. Holmes)
Subject: 101 Uses *AND MORE* for Dead [religion’s founder]’s Skull
Date: 22 Oct 1997 00:00:00 GMT
Message-ID: [344e656c.7794406 @snews.zippo.com]
Did you know that you can do more with the skull of [religion’s founder] than just fuck it? Here’s a list of 101 (and MORE) Uses for Dead [religion’s founder]’s Skull.
“If you have any additions to the list, please follow up to this post.
101. Sex Toy
100. Prop for Shakespearean Soliloquy (“Alas, poor
[religion’s founder], I knew him well.”
99. Door prop
98. Halloween decoration
97. Window prop
96. Booster chair for [name removed]
95. Fish tank decor
94. Car ball-joint replacement.
93. Hydraulic pizza oven
92. Hamster house
91. Really ugly lampshade
90. Really good scarecrow
89. A date for [name removed]
88. Planter for tomato plants
[editor comment: while no less degrading, the other items are removed to save you from having to read any more of this “agnosticism”]