World’s Greatest Tragedy (Disturbing Video)

I’ve been working too many hours this month. I’m tired. I’m worn out. I need a break. I need a comedy break! Thank Gould for YouTube! That’s where I found this piece of retard drool. Its title is:

What’s the World’s Greatest Tragedy ?
HELL is The world’s greatest tragedy !

Well! With a title like that, I had to watch! (I love the illiterate extra space between the words and the question mark and exclamation point. Maybe even the punctuation is trying to keep its distance from this brain rot.)

This is either a commercial for some Hell-thumping video or the first minute-and-a-half of one. This user has a bunch of other stuff, but most of them are 10 minutes long and are part of long series. I guess my attention span is shrinking in this day of sound bites. I mean, I like comedy too, but why should I have to watch an entire 10-minute video just to see a few funny bits? However, this video manages to compress an entire vat of stupid into 83 seconds. Enjoy.


21 Responses to “World’s Greatest Tragedy (Disturbing Video)”

  1. Dawn Says:

    That’s just about the stupid f’ing thing I’ve ever seen.

  2. Dennis Says:

    I believe that relies heavily on clips from the movie Spawn.

  3. ericsan Says:

    WTF is “the great commission”? Why does the clip conclude with a pan over a satellite as if it were critical to the story? Why, oh why, isn’t there a minimum level of intelligence required before we let people use iMovie?

  4. Robert Madewell Says:

    ericsan, The Great Commission is the tail end of the Book of Matthew (Matthew 28:16-20). Jesus tells his discliples to go all over the world spouting irrationalism and superstition.

    Why do they think that they can save souls by scaring the s–t out of them? It seems very counter-productive to me.

  5. Jason Failes Says:

    Step 1: Convince people they have a problem that does not exist.

    Step 2: Convince people you have the solution to that imaginary problem

    Step 3: $$

  6. OtherRob Says:


    I’ve seen a lot of laundry detergent commercials that fit your description. 🙂

  7. Barbara Says:

    I saw this video here but really prefer the unbiased “Case for Atheism ( There Isn’t One )” debate with some jerkload named Todd Friel.

    Actually, there are many entertaining videos on that site.

  8. Sarah Says:


    The comments are also hilarious. Especially the ones supporting this rot.

  9. Skeptico Says:

    It’s a good job God loves us. Imagine what he’d do if he didn’t.

  10. Sarah Says:

    I commented on his vid. Three words was all it took ;P

  11. Lindsay Says:

    Lame…that same type of pish has been done in 75% of all movie trailers. Only done much better and with less crap in them. I think the trailer for Manos, The Hands of Fate was probably better produced and less full of shit.

  12. Jeff Eyges Says:

    Why, oh why, isn’t there a minimum level of intelligence required before we let people use iMovie?

    Please – there ought to be a minimum level of intelligence required before we allow people to breed.

  13. Bacopa Says:

    They have shown us what we are up against. We must become numerous and strong enough that wehave the power to control those who believe they can save us from eternal torment by sharing the “good news” of how we might avoid it.

    First stage is to become open and draw the colseted to our ranks. Second stage is to create a schism between liberal Xians and the fundies. Currently, libs are enemies who provide cover and recruiting grounds for the fundies. Once we are more powerful, the libs will try to be more like us and abandon the fundies. At this point, our enlarged secularist minority and our co-opted liberal Christians will be able to apply social sanctions to silence the fundies. As we gain power we can make being a fundie a mental illness, and in time criminalize them.

    I do not think we should go so far as to criminalize being a fundie. It is enough to gain such power that we could if we wanted to. We are better than them. We will refrain from beating, burning, and killing them the way they did to us,

  14. J.R. "Bob" Dobbs Says:

    I believe that relies heavily on clips from the movie Spawn.

    I saw that last night, and I think you’re right.

  15. Warren Says:

    This strikes me as Christianity the action film. It would have been better though if they hadn’t cut to some guy in the throes of death immediately after saying “There’s Only One Way To Save Them”. I mean, where’s the hope in that?

  16. Parrotlover77 Says:

    Is Bacopa for real? Or some sort of Christian troll trying to bait us into saying “yea, let’s go criminalize fundies!” Because, speaking for myself, I wouldn’t even joke about that. I think education is the key, not force.

  17. 4ndyman Says:

    This video is also posted on YouTube with the title “ATHEISTS !!! AGNOSTICS !!! This is WHERE ATHEISM AND AGNOSTICISM LEADS !!!” Which is even more of a joke. They’re obviously playing up the idea that, because the population is so high, someone dies (and goes to hell) every 1.78 seconds. Neither atheism nor agnosticism led to overpopulation.

    There is “only one way to save them”: worldwide access to and acceptance of low-priced birth control!

    Oh, and more free pron.

  18. Parrotlover77 Says:

    Speaking of porn…

    I got an email from some fundie action network (somebody must have been playing a prank on me, signing up my email address). They actually censored the spelling of the word porn. I’m not kidding.

    Obama nominates pro-p*rn, pro-abortion lawyer for the number 2 position in the office of the Attorney General

  19. Ron Britton Says:

    They actually censored the spelling of the word porn. I’m not kidding.

    Actually, they do that to get past your email’s spam filter (although I bet they are relieved that they don’t have to spell out the word).

    Ironically, your comment about their porn inhibitions didn’t get past my spam filter. It was stuck in moderation.

  20. Parrotlover77 Says:

    That’s hillarious (about your spam filter). Actually, it didn’t get past my spam filter. I really don’t think they did it just to get past spam filters anyway. It’s very common in spam nowadays to do what can only be called “creative” spelling, but most good spam filters have known this for years. If you replace a letter with a “look-alike” it will still register as a spam keyword. Only the most ridiculous slip by. Like using an odd array of ascii symbols to spell out a word that is kinda sorta like the target word. Just replacing an “O” with a asterisk won’t cut the mustard.

  21. McSnoogins Says:

    I don’t think there’s any need to be cutting up mustard.