Melbourne counter-demonstration: Muslims and Pastafarians Vs. Atheists

Published June 11th, 2012 by Bobby Henderson

During lunch break on Sunday April 15th  at the Global Atheist Convention in Melbourne, a group of 20 or so courageous Muslim extremists gathered in front of the convention center filled with 4000 Atheist unbelievers. They were quickly joined by two Pastafarians and shoulder to shoulder they demonstrated against those ignorant Atheists who do not understand Creation nor fear God. Islam and Flying Spaghetti Monsterism have the same core beliefs in common; we believe (and truly know) that the universe and all living beings were created by a deity and a Prophet spoke in His name. We just have different opinions about  the name of that god and Prophet and also treat our wenches slightly differently. Apart from that, Islam and Pastafarianism: Same struggle!

In the attached pictures you will see the Muslims demonstrating in full Islamic regalia together with Pastafarians in colander head gear holding up the Gospel and a fresh pack of Spaghetti. On the windows in the background you might see the reflection of a Pirate Ship. Coincidence??

Pesto be upon all Believers,








Pasta Brothers

Pastafarian Preaching along Muslim brothas

149 Responses to “Melbourne counter-demonstration: Muslims and Pastafarians Vs. Atheists”

  1. Jo Switten says:

    I agree Kirby_mongerr, they should have killed everyone who didn’t believe in our Divine Noodliness! And what in the name of FSM is a ‘supportive atheist’?

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  5. Sandra says:

    Im in love with this church! Heard about it first time today, and Im really impressed. And after reading several articles about fsm and laughing so much, now this!…I can’t take any more! It’s so funny, it’s almost painful! The stern crowd with “burn in hell forever” posters, and then these spaghetti people-LOL! HAHAhahaha! And the audacity…wow. fantastic.

    • The Sauceror says:

      Dear Sandra, welcome to our church. I hope you will join us more often. You may find that we often ‘preach to the pasta’, which usually doesn’t listen. Pasta just sits there like a pile of wet noodles.

  6. Saint Gnocchi says:

    Dear Sandra, Welcome. You will get to know “the “regulars” on the site. They are “a blast,” yet deeply worthwhile people. You are in good company here! They are sterling, I have found. Sometimes, a few of them clock in less often, , but when they do, their contributions are first class. Again, welcome, and yes, we DO laugh a lot – thank FSM! Ramen, Ramen, Ramen.

  7. Keith says:

    Yes, welcome Sandra. At the moment we are a bit low on hate mailers but there are plenty of scammers. Perhaps we will be entertained by the occasional drive by posting but we prefer a good old verbal punch up.

  8. Saint Gnocchi says:

    Dear Keith, Indulge me, please. I have forgotten the name of the river which is at “edge” of the town of Adelaide. Somewhere beyond the Conservatoire Of Music Building? I am on a total nostalgia trip here! Adelaide was such a pretty town. I wish I could revisit Oz.

    • Keith says:

      Dear Saint Gnocchi:
      I think you are referring to the River Torrens. Recently an extra bridge was built over it to allow easy access to the “football” grounds. The parklands are still pretty enough, although the bridge spoils the view down river. Some new buildings have been put up, one of which looks as if it was designed by a dalek, so if you visit Adelaide again you will see some marked changes. Captain Jolley’s paddle boats are still there, as are the “Popeye” boats.

      • Saint Gnocchi says:

        Dear Keith, Yes, the boats! I remember them well. Thanks Keith, much appreciated. Go well, pasta friend. Ramen.

        • Rasputin says:

          Dear Sandra, Welcome! The FSM satisfies all who are thirsty or hungry or seeking plunder! Aaaarrgghhh!

        • The Sauceror says:

          Dear Rasputin, sorry, there’s no time to chat now. I see a fraudster Spanish galleon on the horizon that’s loaded with stolen gold and grog. There is some serious plundering to do. Maybe we can trade some religious spoils of war.

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