Expelled (film)

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A typical advertisement for the film showing its harsh depiction of Intelligent Design supporters as semi-conscious retards.
Directed by Adolf Hitler
Produced by Satan
Written by Ben Stein aka Michael Moore Lite
Starring A load of lousy atheists
Release date(s) from prison early
Running time Too long
Language Barely intelligible

Expelled: No Intelligence At All, aka Win Ben Stein's Brain Cell, Reality's Day Off and Rebel Without a Brain is a satirical mock-umentary made by sarcastic Jew-atheist Ben Stein. Like most Jew-atheists such as Leon Trotsky, Ben Stein is a Nazi, Communist, Fascist anti-American murderer and terrorist supporter who uses ad hominem attacks to further his message. The film unreasonably depicts the Intelligent Designer-ist community as being made up of stupid, hypocritical prigs drowning in their own crocodile tears while Charles Darwin mockingly plays a two-inch violin (very horribly, though, as Darwin didn't know how to play the violin). He also tricks Creationists into renouncing Jesus and declaring themselves Paganist heathens and heretical devil-worshipers by offering them twenty bucks to do so. Thus, this false documentary has received much negative feedback from the otherwise peaceful and non-angry Christian community, while the evil atheist, Communist, baby-eating, gay buttsecks-loving far left has declared these dissenters to be complete nincompoops.

The film also uses false quotes by Darwin, such as:

Cquote1.png With savages, the weak in body or mind are soon eliminated; and those that survive commonly exhibit a vigorous state of health. We civilized men, on the other hand, do our utmost to check the process of elimination. We build asylums for the imbecile, the maimed and the sick; we institute poor-laws; and our medical men exert their utmost skill to save the life of every one to the last moment. There is reason to believe that vaccination has preserved thousands, who from a weak constitution would formerly have succumbed to small-pox. Thus the weak members of civilized societies propagate their kind. No one who has attended to the breeding of domestic animals will doubt that this must be highly injurious to the race of man. It is surprising how soon a want of care, or care wrongly directed, leads to the degeneration of a domestic race; but excepting in the case of man himself, hardly anyone is so ignorant as to allow his worst animals to breed.

The aid which we feel impelled to give to the helpless is mainly an incidental result of the instinct of sympathy, which was originally acquired as part of the social instincts, but subsequently rendered, in the manner previously indicated, more tender and more widely diffused. Nor could we check our sympathy, even at the urging of hard reason, without deterioration in the noblest part of our nature. The surgeon may harden himself whilst performing an operation, for he knows that he is acting for the good of his patient; but if we were intentionally to neglect the weak and helpless, it could only be for a contingent benefit, with an overwhelming present evil.


However, it is known that Darwin had, in fact, said:

Expelled (film) I love Hitler and Nazism.[citation needed] Expelled (film)

Atheist Conspirators[edit]

The main atheist conspirator on the project to thwart people into accepting "reality" and "facts" is, of course, Satan. However, other lousy atheist conspirators, such as Richard Dawkins and PZ Meyers, have also taken part in the campaign to convert poor, innocent children into gay Nazi eugenicists.

Richard Dawkins[edit]

Proof that the Evil Atheist Conspiracy controls Rotten Tomatoes too.

Dawkins is portrayed incorrectly as the hero of the film. Whenever Dawkins makes an appearance in the film, Handel's "Hallelujah" chorus immediately begins to play, while a halo appears to have been photoshopped in above his head. This is obviously attempting to convince people that Dawkins is Jesus.

Dawkins purports himself to be the author of The God Delusion, which he states disproves the existence of God. However, the book only proves that Dawkins is a loony (see image to the right. Ever seen a terrorist holding a Koran like that?). In fact, all of Dawkins' points were refuted with The Dawkins Delusion, which proved that Richard Dawkins does not exist.

Also, the film does not note the important fact that Dawkins and Darwin sound very similar. Thus, through simple sound association, one can infer that Richard Dawkins must, in fact, be a pseudonym for Charles Darwin.

PZ Meyers[edit]

Although he had booked a place ahead of time, Meyers was kicked out (expelled) of the first screening of the film (serves him right, the awful, God-hating Commie bastard). This was clearly designed for no other purpose than for the lousy atheist community (including the Department of Propaganda at the Evil Atheist Conspiracy headquarters) to depict Intelligent Design supporters as hypocrites who cry "persecution" when they don't get everything their own way, but will readily return the favor to all who disagree with them.

Bertrand Russell[edit]

Russell was only mentioned in passing. By default, this makes him an evil Jew-atheist Commie pinko Briton.

Attacks on Intelligent Design and Jesus[edit]

The film is littered with the typical harsh and bitter jibes that atheists have become well known for. The film's advertising campaign revolves around a tweaked-out kid who can barely speak intelligible English and vandalizes school property by spraying graffiti over every wall he comes across. This is obviously designed to imply that Intelligent Design supporters are not even worthy of being called dunces and, even worse, are delinquents who deface public property. As if that wasn't bitter enough, the lousy atheist producers have given the film the subtitle "No Intelligence At All".

Although proponents of Intelligent Design always present their arguments in a lucid and succinct fashion, with many references to peer-reviewed science articles and proven scientific principles and facts, Stein pretends that this is not the case. Instead, he asserts that the supporters of Intelligent Design are their own best argument against it. He also states that Intelligent is Creationism in disguise when, in fact, Intelligent Design is not trying to be subtle about being Creationism at all.

Stein is clearly implying through crappy film-making and meaningless ad hominem attacks that purporters of Intelligent Design don't have a single valid argument and thus resort to demagogy, misinformation, smearing the opposition, appealing to emotion and calling their opponents Nazis to win people over to their side. This, as many know, is only partially true.

The film fails to make note that Darwinism and Evolution were the sole reason that Hitler killed all the Jews, while anti-Semitism had nothing to do with it, as well as that Darwin himself is commonly accepted to be the Anti-Christ. More damning is the film's omission of the well-known fact that Darwin was a pinko-Karl Marx Stalin-Lenin lover, and that therefore by association scientists who are against Intelligent Design are Godless Commies.


Expelled, like all Hollywood movies, contains images used as propaganda to brainwash everyone into believing that they're European.

Even more insulting is the use of reggae music while any Intelligent Design supporters spoke, implying that not only are they high on the cannibis or the Lucy with the Sky in the Diamonds, but that they're also secretly Jamaican. Such blatant stereotyping and generalizations are typical of the elitist, racist, atheist, liberal, butt-buddy Evolutionists.

In addition, the film regularly cut to images of Jesus halfway through the ID proponents' explanation, as if to imply that ID involves a belief in God. This, however, is not true—some prominent ID proponents believe aliens may have done it. This was probably a stunt to discredit Jesus by implying that he was black, while every person with even the slightest education knows that Jesus was a white, American, conservative Christian.

Cdesign proponentsists[edit]

Lousy atheists are always boasting about the hundreds of “transitional fossils” that proves that the Biblical flood did happen. Although the evolutionists yap on about “strata” and “rock layers” we all know they were all put there at the same time. Or rather, that the flood put them all there at the same time. Or something; it certainly wasn’t evolutionism.

Even so the lousy Jew-atheist Stein never mentioned the most fascinating transitional fossil ever discovered, the “missing link” between creationism and intelligent designerism; the cdesign proponentsists fossil.

Use of Expelled by atheistic brain-washers[edit]

"So, Lucy, is Intelligent Design an oxymoron?

It is sad but true that the atheists who participated in the production of the film did a great job in making Intelligent Design supporters look like an uneducated underclass whose only goal in life is to be pointed and laughed at in ridicule. This means that it will inevitably used in tax-exempt atheist schools and even in some public schools by atheist preachers to show their students how stupid Intelligent Designerists supposedly are.

Teachers may be very creative about this, such as using the film in English classes to teach children the definition of words like "hypocrisy" and "irony" while sending a clear message to the children that adult Intelligent Designerists are nothing more than spaced out idiots with spray paint cans and school uniforms. and that Intelligent Designerism (or Beheism) is based on emotion and religious misinformation and not science.

The Scopes Monkey Trial was taken out of context to purport that Intelligent Design was a load of bullocks, but Stein failed to mention that the jury of 12 monkeys determined that the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment isn't all too important and nullified it by completely ignoring it.


Atheist marketers for the film have created many crude and insulting radio[1], TV[2] and print[3] advertisements for the film. In the TV ad the lousy Jew-atheist Stein dresses in school clothes, implying that middle aged Intelligent Designerists have a mental age of 12. As if that isn’t bad enough he is sitting at the back of the classroom in this advert and it is implied that he is being continually being kicked out of class for dunce-like behavior (“making films” as he calls it in the ad).

Print ads are even worse and, as with the TV ad, strive to make Stein look like a please-punch-me-in-the-face high school drop out whose only skill is to be able to vandalize property and stare at passers by with a baboon-like mouth breathing expression.


  1. Radio ad
  2. TV ad
  3. Print ads 1, 2 and 3


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