This excerpt is from the book entitled 40 Strange Groups. Little is known about these organisations, hence the shortness of the book and the low price of less than a dollar. But, if you twisted my arm, I would admit that I’d make them up.
Founded by right-wing members of The Flat Earth society and the ultra-conservative Abortionists against Fences, this society believes that Agnostics are indecisive people who can’t be bothered to form an opinion and sit on the fence as they’re lazy. Members of the ChAgAgs identify agnostics and tear down any fences these people have in their gardens, to make their point. They also plant placards in their lawns with just one word written on them: ‘Decide’.
A ChAgAgs spokeman said “We prefer atheists to agnostics, at least atheists believe in something, even if it is the opposite of what I believe. You have to believe in this life otherwise you die never knowing. It’s so easy to sit there on your big, high fence, or wall whatever it is, and look down on everyone else and be superior. You can’t be superior if you are unable to make up your mind. These agnostics should remember they got here onto this Earth somehow – it wasn’t just an accident. Even amoebas decided to try and improve themselves and believed they could.”