“God Was Drinking Beer So He Couldn’t Save Those Who Perished In The Plane Crash” – Ghanaian Atheist


Popular Ghanaian atheist, Chris Vincent has questioned why God failed to save any of the 157 people who perished in the Ethiopian Airline crash. Yesterday a Boeing 737 MAX 8 plane managed by Ethiopian Arlines crashed on it way from Addis Ababa to Nairobi, Kenya.

The flight had 149 passengers and 8 crews, all of them perished when the plane crashed. The whole world have been grieving ever since the tragic news broke.

However Criss Waddle has taken a instinct stance on the disaster, taking a dig at the Gods of the various earthly religions. He took to his Facebook page to type thesis, asking why God couldn’t save any of the 157 people lost their lives in the accident. Amongst 7 reasons he ascribed to the traffic incident, he said God was drinking beer with satan so he forget to save his people.

See his post below;
















Is it not sad and mysterious that none of the 157 people who died in the plane crash yesterday was worth saving by any of the Gods believed to be up there?

I mean, so none of the 157 people which probably included children and infants was really a decent person that called on his or her God and the God answered?

There are a few possible reasons why none was saved:

  1. God was sleeping
    2. God was busy drinking beer with Satan
    3. God couldn’t be bothered as he does not care about homo sapiens
    4. God caused this evil to happen himself
    5. God is powerless and couldn’t do anything
    6. God has been dead a long time ago but no one came to tell us
    7. There is no God

Considering the odds and how repetitively such things happen without any sign of a miracle working God showing up, the most plausible answer is that none of the Gods claimed, really exist.

The God delusion has been part of us for a long time and these things always remind us that indeed no celestial father is watching over us.

Do you remember Captain Planet? He mostly shown up when his people called him to save them or the world but the many Gods people believe in, keep failing them and yet they can’t see it.

It’s sad but I believe many shouted and called on God—he didn’t answer or turn up to save any.

We are here by random act of chance and not by the hands of any invisible father.

The earlier we begin to work hard to understand the world we live in and find solutions to our problems, the better.

Do not rely on the hand of any God, none exist.

Good morning!

—Chris-Vincent Agyapong



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