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Atheist bus message campaign extended
By:  , Tuesday, January 13, 2009

The publicity campaign that is currently being undertaken by the Atheist Union of Free Thinkers in which buses in certain towns are carrying the publicity message: 'God probably does not exist, therefore don’t worry and get on with your life', will probably start appearing on the sides of buses in Valencia next month.

Luis Vega, the president of the Union, stated that initially it was not thought that the campaign would be extended to cities other than Madrid and Barcelona, but that additional finding had been received and therefore the campaign would now be extended to Valencia and Sevilla.

The campaign is the Spanish version of one carried out in London by the British Humanist Association.

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