Media CEO creates London bus signs affirming God

"There is a God. Don't worry."
The head of a London-based Russian television station plans to counter a recent atheist poster campaign on London buses by funding even larger placards proclaiming the existence of God.

Public transport is becoming a popular vehicle worldwide for the devout faithful and atheists to proclaim their beliefs. Nonbelievers are seeking to proclaim their atheism on Toronto buses, but in Zurich a similar effort was blocked due to local transit regulations.

“People like me are naturally guarded when they see atheist [movements] like this, since we know what atheism did to Russia, almost destroying our country’s essence,” Alexander Korobko, director of the Russian Hour satellite channel, said in an interview.


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