Yeah, Bob. It's an openly stated goal of mainstream religious America to bring about the return of Jesus, an event they believe coincides with the end of the world. One example is the billion souls network, which has a global membership of 1.4 million churches and a doctrinal statement that it eagerly seeks to bring about "the End" by converting all nations to Christianity (a goal reflected in their namesake):
"We believe that Jesus Christ will return personally and visibly, in power and glory, to consummate his salvation and his judgment. This promise of his coming is a further spur to our evangelism, for we remember his words that the gospel must first be preached to all nations. We believe that the interim period between Christ’s ascension and return is to be filled with the mission of the people of God, who have no liberty to stop before the End. [...] Our Christian confidence is that God will perfect his kingdom, and we look forward with eager anticipation to that day, and to the new heaven and earth in which righteousness will dwell and God will reign forever."
That sort of calumny to me illustrates the intellectual and moral bankruptcy of atheism.
No, Bob. It illustrates that we do our homework and you don't, so you make a fool of yourself once again.
It shouldn't be necessary to dehumanize and vilify others to make a point, and if it is necessary then your argument probably isn't very good. The people who make such bizarre claims to stir up hatred or fear of another group are the ones who themselves lead pogroms or genocides and inspire others to do so.