"Justice demands that when the irreligious take control"<quoted text>
You say that like it's rare to find in the world. Assuming that it is correct, the right way to say that is, "America was the first to allow any religion and bar none." If freedom and from religion is a "cool thing about America," it's a cool thing about an awful lot of other countries, too.
We see it differently. We say that the government doesn't have any business supporting religion in any way.That means no endorsements of religion or of one particular religion or denomination.
You've been using our currency as religious tracts for generations now. Justice demands that when the irreligious take control, they use the money to promote their views for an equal number of years. Every coin and bill could say, "We No Longer Trust In Gods." Only then would you understand how wrong you have been to be doing the opposite for so long, and why the money should contain no mention of religious subjects.
But humanists seem more interested in healing the gaping divisions caused by religion than in maintaining them, so they'll likely give you amnesty, not justice, and you'll likely scream bloody murder and play the victim, saying that we're imposing atheism on you even with that correction.
You sound like you're ready to start your own "unholy war"......
Well good luck.
You'd probably have a better chance of getting "In Allah We Trust" on American money rather than "We No Longer Trust In Gods."
Because 80% of Americans believe in "gods".