Sorry, but you’re wrong on so many counts. I’ll address them in order.
We do not accept it as a ‘fact’ that God exists. We do not believe that he does. Surely you’ve grasped the meaning of the word ‘atheist’?
We also don’t believe that Jesus, if he ever existed, was anything more than an ordinary man. And even if he did exist, and was what you seem to believe, as he didn’t die at all, and wasn’t Jesus at all, but God in disguise, nothing whatsoever was achieved.
The Bible says a lot of things, but it was written by men – and there is no evidence that it’s true at all. And just because loads of people believe a thing, that doesn’t mean that it’s true.
Morality comes from humans living in close proximity to each other for many thousands of years. But I agree that many ‘teachings’ in the Bible are good and valuable.
I don’t know why you think that atheists deny morality – we don’t. We have good, strong morals as well, but we don’t need some old book to tell us what’s right and what’s wrong.
And what makes you think we’re all taking drugs or committing murder? We aren’t!
I happen to have no problem with sex before marriage or homosexuality but I don’t see them as being immoral.
We don’t reject God to be immoral or ‘free’. We reject the idea of a god because we genuinely do not believe that he exists.
We don’t want Christians to tell us how to live our lives because it’s none of your business. We don't Christians to establish ‘God's Rule’ in politics because superstition and 2000 year old laws which are hopelessly outdated have no use in running a country.
Nothing about morality offends us – but we don’t need Christians to tell us what’s moral and what’s immoral. We don’t agree that the Christian way is better.
We aren’t delusional. In fact, we think that YOU are.
We don’t hate morality at all – just some of the attitudes that many Christians have, that their views are correct where ours are not.
And of course we don’t wish death on you or anyone.
Perhaps you could try to understand?