Christian Group Claims Thousands of People Signed Their Petition demanding Netflix Cancel The Good Omens Of The Amazon


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A Christian group known as Return to Order has campaigned to ask Netflix to remove the program Good omens, which was released on Amazon.

The limited series – based on a 1990 novel written by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman – tells the story of a demon and an angel joining forces to stop Armageddon. It's a show that celebrates the union during these times of division.

But, as the Guardian reported for the first time, Return to Order does not approve the forces of heaven and hell by joining a common goal. The group, which is essentially a brand extension of the book Return to order by biblical scholar John Horvat II, has created a petition asking Netflix to "pull the series at once" and "Stop promoting evil!" Again, Netflix can not do any of these things because it does not produce or play the program Good omens, Amazon does.

As of Thursday morning, the site claimed to have more than 20,000 signatures. However, it looks like the page was withdrawn sometime on Thursday.

The petitions page, which, based on a Facebook post, has been in effect since at least May 12, mentioned several reasons why the program is "blasphemy." Among the concerns of Return to Order are the series featuring an angel and a demon as close friends "God is voiced by a woman," the Antichrist is "portrayed as a normal kid who has special powers," and the "four horsemen of the Apocalypse , God's way of punishing the sinful land, are portrayed as a group of motorcyclists. "

"We must show our rejection," demands the campaign. "Please sign our petition, telling Netflix that we will not be silent while they destroy the barriers of horror we still have for evil."

I want to watch the show even more now. It's honestly great promotional copy for the show. Neil Gaiman seemed to agree, in a tweet about the campaign.

For those who did not have the chance to sign the Good omens petition before being withdrawn, you still have the opportunity to sign a Walmart protest selling Satanic products.


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