A couple months ago, blogger Jon Worth tried securing pledges to put a pro-atheist ad on UK buses (fourth story down).
877 people offered to donate, but it wasn’t enough to purchase the advertising. The campaign was temporarily halted.
However, today, it’s back up and running and much stronger than before.
With your support, we hope to raise £5,500 to run 30 buses across the capital for four weeks with the slogan: “There’s probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life.”
Not only that, it has the financial support of Richard Dawkins.
Dawkins will match donations up to £5,500, so the goal of purchasing ads can be attained for just £2,750! He adds:
“This campaign to put alternative slogans on London buses will make people think — and thinking is anathema to religion.”
The sooner they get the money, the sooner the message reaches a wider audience!
Speaking of which, when does the US version of this campaign begin?
We’re still clinging to the few stationary billboards we have.