Religifake Logo

Logo of Religifake website.

Religifake is one of the younger sites on the Moti Network and was launched on 20 April 2012.

This site is dedicated to all kinds of religion-related posters and pictures and it is a friendly place to satirize and debate all religions of the world. This site specialises in vivacious debate and discussion with other members concerning any religion freely; however, this is not to promote hatred or instigate any serious racial or religious argument. Rather, more like sharing your own knowledge and receiving some more from others.

This site is unique in the way that it encourages all its members to join a religion from a choice between: Christianity, Atheism, Agnosticism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Islamism, Flying Spaghetti Monster (as illustrated in the site logo) and Satanism. Having chosen any one of these religions and joining that team; you can choose to support the selected faith or lack thereof. It is important to note your selected religion does not affect what kind of Religifakes you can produce or see; you can still make and see a poster about Christianity despite being in the Hinduism team, for example.

The submission process and approval process is similar to all the other sites on the Moti Network and as with all the other sites, it also has a forum that you can visit. Here you can discuss about religions and/or questions regarding any other member.

The forum section also has a Rank system that is directly based off of the amount of posts you make in the corresponding forum.

As well as having an Administrator running the whole Moti Network, Religifake also has a dedicated team of Moderators who see to that all users follow the rules and approve/reject the Submissions to the site.


Religifakes are similar to Demotivational posters in the way that they involve a picture surrounded by a thick black border with a caption and sub-title underneath it. Although, sometimes, a meaningful picture can suffice on its own as well.

Here are a few examples to give an idea of what Religifakes look like.


As of 2016 ReligiFake is offline and its domain name is for sale. Its contents were not archived.