Tag: Atheist Alliance International

  • The Secret Principal Officer Of AAI

    AAI is either lying to the IRS or else lying to their members about who is actually running the organisation, and it is not clear which of these two possibilities is worse.

  • The Appalling Hypocrisy Of Lawrence Krauss

    A ninety minute lecture has recently been given by Lawrence Krauss, in which he excoriates others for implementing exactly the kind of woke blasphemy policies that he supports in his own organisation.

  • The Stringer Bell Rule

    After Tonoy Emroz Alam realised that AAI were breaking The Stringer Bell Rule, he went on to break The Tonoy Emroz Alam Rule.

  • Anatomy Of A Deception

    Atheist Alliance International has recently published an Annual Report that covers both 2022 and 2023. Not for the first time, their publications have been designed to deceive their own members.

  • When Does Newspeak Become Just Lying?

    Even by the standards of the Orwellian doublespeak that has recently become so commonplace, the latest AAI newsletter is just incredible.

  • So You’ve Just Realised Your Nonprofit Is Operating Illegally …

    I do not know August Berkshire. I have no reason to believe that he is anything other than an honest person, who joined the purported AAI Board with the best of intentions. Now that he has publicly accepted what kind of organisation his new colleagues have been running, what next?

  • Dear Andrew Skegg …

    The Atheist Foundation of Australia has repeatedly criticised the lack of financial transparency within religious charities. However, their vote has been cast against financial transparency at atheist charities where they remain Affiliate Members.

  • An Apology to John Richards

    I recently made some statements about John Richards in good faith, which later proved to be inaccurate. I am keen to correct the record and apologise to John Richards without caveat or qualification.

  • Attorney General Insists AAI False Statements Must Be Corrected

    The purported AAI Board submitted false financial statements to the Attorney General in California, which covered up more than $10,000 in payments to themselves. After a whistleblower complaint, they have been forced to resubmit revised financial reports.

  • Krauss Played For A Fool By AAI Board

    As a result of financial wrongdoing, legal restrictions have now been placed on the AAI Board that make it unlawful for them to engage in charitable activity. Nevertheless, they have convinced Lawrence Krauss to argue that they shouldn’t answer questions about their financial wrongdoing, because they are so busy with their charitable activity.