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How Much Worse Can It Get?

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The grin of pure idiocy

I’m beginning to think the transgender push may be the worst thing that’s happened in my lifetime. The pace is alarmingly fast–almost too fast to keep track of.

Latest: a Pew Research poll finds that 77% of Democrats with four years or more of college believe “sex is not determined at birth” (http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/11/12/pew-77-percent-white-democratic-graduates-cannot-determine-person-sex/).

Well, what do you expect from Democrats? And what do you expect from college? But still, that’s millions of people, millions of deluded idiots spouting this abominable twaddle.

And note the language creep within the poll, the repetition of the formula, “the sex they were assigned at birth.” What do they mean, assigned? Assigned by whom? An assignment necessarily implies an assigner. Uh, that would be God, wouldn’t it? So here are all these grinning moral imbeciles saying God’s assignments are wrong, He just can’t get it right. In fact, by insisting that reality is whatever we say it is, we assert that we are God.

I don’t know where this is taking us, but I’ll bet you anything it ends very badly. Very badly indeed, and with either a loud crash or a sickening soft plop.


How Did This Crappy Idea Turn Out?

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I missed this story, somehow, when it was live. And now there’s no follow-up, so I don’t know how it turned out.

In 2012 and 2013, reaching back into 2010, the hottest thing in British education was a movement to forbid children from having best friends (https://www.thesun.co.uk/archives/news/462185/schools-ban-children-making-best-friends/). This, the educators (ahem!) reasoned, would spare kiddies the pain of breaking up with a best friend later on. Kind of like if you never marry, you’ll never have to go through a divorce. If you never get a job, you’ll never get fired. You have to be a trained education professional to see how brilliant an idea this is.

Well, confound it, I can’t find any recent articles that tell us how this scheme worked out. I mean, just because it totally defies human nature doesn’t mean it’ll fail–right? Why, that might imply that socialism itself could fail!

Five years ago, there were questions being asked about this, even among the educators. A guy from the National Association of Head Teachers said of the policy, “It seems bizarre.” Well, there’s nobody as anti-human as a humanist.

I can’t find anything more recent than that. Did this idea die a natural death, or are they still pumping juice into it, refusing to let it go? I’m very surprised it hasn’t spread across the Atlantic to the United States and Canada: it seems tailor-made for our teachers’ unions. Imagine the rush an educator would get, forcing children to break up with their best friends and forbidding them to have best friends anymore–and laying down the law to the kids’ parents, too. It’d be as big a turn-on as rationing.

Perhaps some reader in the UK can enlighten us, and tell us how it all turned out. If you can, please do!

Update: Thanks to “thewhiterabbit” for this update.

Yes, they’re still doing it: UK schools not allowing kids to have best friends. Little Prince George, four years old, is about to be sentenced to one of these places (http://www.cosmopolitan.com/uk/reports/a12215360/prince-george-school-policy-not-allowed-best-friend/). The whole is idea is so “no one will feel excluded.”

They’ll be putting the kids in chain gangs next.


My Newswithviews Column, Sept. 21 (‘It Must Be Magic’)

Here’s this week’s offering–trying to tie together a couple of subjects I’d already discussed, here on this blog.

https://newswithviews.com/it-must-be-magic/

As you can see, I’m beginning to wake up to the possibility that liberals, besides being comical and annoying, also might be very dangerous.


Catholic University Fires Fake ‘Pro-Life’ Prof

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Here’s a little something Christians ought to watch out for: Far Left wackos piggy-backing onto a “Christian issue” or two in hopes of tricking Christians into supporting them.

Franciscan University, Steubenville, has fired an English professor who specialized in this kind of scam (https://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/the-seamless-garment-at-steubenville)–pretending to be “pro-life” while devoting every ounce of energy to actively opposing and undermining Catholic teachings. The university forthrightly says that’s why she was fired.

How does the scam work? Well, you set up something called “The New Pro-Life Movement” in which a tepid objection to abortion is linked to every liberal cliche you can think of. That way, anybody who donates to your “pro-life” efforts will also be donating to your much more energetic efforts on behalf of sexual anarchy, pornography, revolutionary politics, and so on. As the professor once remarked on her blog, “To be human is to be disgusting.” Toldja humanists don’t like humanity.

It’s refreshing to see a Catholic college stand up for Catholic principles. It’s gotten to be kind of unusual, in recent years. Good for you, Franciscan University! May you serve as a role model for others.


Law Prof ‘Debunks’ Parental Rights

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Humanism–the worship of monsters

I keep telling you there’s no one as anti-human as a humanist. Here’s yet another example of it.

One James Dwyer, a law professor at William & Mary College and a big wheel in the family court business, in a recent interview with Michelle Malkin, said there is “no inherent right” to parent one’s own children (http://medicalkidnap.com/2017/09/12/law-professor-attacks-homeschoolers-believes-state-should-choose-parents-for-babies/). Indeed, he went further than that. In this quote, he seems to deny the biological reality of parenthood:

“The reason that parent-child relationship exists is because the state confers legal parenthood on people through its paternity and maternity laws.”

Gee, getting born to someone has nothing to do with it. I didn’t know that! Did you?

In 1994 this blot on the cultural landscape wrote “Debunking the Doctrine of Parents’ Rights,” published by the California Law Review. So you see, he’s not just some kook on a leftid blog. He is a respected member of the legal profession with rather more clout than most.

Oh, and he really hates homeschooling, too. Being educated by your parents, who love you, rather than by strangers and ideologues employed by the state, who are in it for the pension, violates your rights as a child. I don’t quite see that, but then I’m not a prestigious member of the law community.

Again, these people may seem funny, their positions laughable, their self-importance comical. But if they ever acquired the power to do the things they want to us, that wouldn’t be funny at all.

Laugh them off the stage while they’re still funny.


Bashin’ Fashion

I suppose I could be writing about world events, politics, or other Important News, instead of bothering with fashion. But some of these seemingly trivial things turn out, in the long run, to be more important than the big stuff.

Kill the culture, and it’ll kill you back.

One of the latest poison darts blown into our culture comes from Gucci, the fashion giant, with their Fall/Winter 2017 “fashion campaign,” aka “Gucci and Beyond” (https://www.cnet.com/news/gucci-star-trek-inspired-fashion-is-sexy-retro-sci-fi-heaven/). It seems to have been inspired by corny old science fiction movies and TV shows from the Star Trek era.

One of its centerpieces is models posing as women with blue skin and red lip gloss. Is this supposed to be beautiful? It’s only ugly. But then the whole point of humanist culture is to flee from everything that smacks of being human–hence their fanatical support for all things transgender.

True, high fashion has always had a streak of freakiness. Danny Kaye made fun of it, singing “I’m Anatole of Paris…and I hate women!” Mad Magazine had The Attack of the Fashion Model Zombies. There’s a lot about our whole pop culture that’s deep-down freaky–and we are not the better for it.


We Gonna Be Gods!

One thing you can say for Satan: he’s never left the building.

I have stumbled over a highly-touted book, Homo Deus by Yuval Noah Harari, said to be on every  globalist big shot’s required reading list. It’s all about how “Our inheritors will be godlike” and achieve all sorts of neat stuff, like abolishing war and poverty and disease and getting eternal happiness, immortality, and lots of nookie (  https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/15/books/review-homo-deus-yuval-noah-harari.html ). Yeah, yeah… they always say that. Ever since the Serpent told Eve, “Ye shall be as gods.”

It’s full of really smart-sounding quotes like, “The free individual is just a fictional tale concocted by an assembly of biochemical algorithms.” Y’know, I’ve heard that before. Rutgers Biology, 1969. A lecture about how total government control of every aspect of our lives–the government advised by infallible scientists, of course–is necessary, inevitable, and totally great. Someone asked, “But what about our freedom and individuality?” Answered our classroom instructor (the lecture was on CCTV), “Those are obsolete concepts that must be engineered out of the system.” She was really good at sticking dissecting needles through the heads of live frogs, but seemed to have no other talents.

But! says Yuval. But we gotta  be careful, ’cause just when we’re really getting into being gods, Artificial Intelligence will evolve to become smarter than we are and it will exterminate us.

Some of these guys, I don’t think they actually have to work with real computers and therefor have no idea at all of how unreliable and erratic computers are. And they seem to be getting worse instead of better. And common sense seems to be in short supply, too. The idea that a lot of sinful, wishful-thinking, sophomoric, ignorant, incompetent bullshit artists can grant us eternal life and happiness–I mean, really! Find someplace where they’re selling brain cells, and buy a few.

I’m so glad so many important people read books like this. Knowing that helps me to understand why they behave like immoral and psychotic numbskulls. Even the former occupant of the White House, President *Batteries Not Included, once recommended Homo Deus on TV. As seen on TV! It just doesn’t get more authoritative than that.

Lord, anytime you’re ready…


The Devil’s Crossroads

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I keep coming back to the Humanist Manifesto II–why is it every pack of mountebanks and villains has a “manifesto”?–published in 1973, as the quintessential document of modern evil. Satanism, pseudo-science, statism and globalism: this is where they all come together. This is the devil’s crossroads.

They tell us in the first paragraph that belief in God must be abandoned: “Salvationism, based on mere affirmation, still appears as harmful, diverting people with false hopes of heaven hereafter.”

That’s okay, though. They’ve got an alternative.

“Using technology wisely, we can… alter the course of human evolution and cultural development…”  (https://americanhumanist.org/what-is-humanism/manifesto2/)    Among other things. You name it, technology will do it. Provided it isn’t busy getting hacked, updated, or just not working.

I mention this on a Sunday because we all need to be reminded, from time to time, what we’re up against.

This is spiritual wickedness in high places (Ephesians 6:12) being carried out by its slaves and servants in low places. We are seeing this twaddle played out right before our eyes. No more truth! We are, now, whatever we say we are: we create ourselves from day to day!

Mene, Mene, Tekel, Upharsin…

God’s patience is inexhaustible, but not unlimited. He will not grow weary: He that keepeth Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep. But He is righteous, and He will not have this stuff in His Kingdom when Christ comes down again to claim it on the earth.

Of course the humanists claim they want to do good things, like conquer poverty and get rid of disease, abolish war, etc. They always seem to wind up with lots of barbed wire and dead bodies cluttering the landscape, whenever they take power. Their rejection of Almighty God is profound, as anyone but a pluperfect fool can see from their document. To reject God is to reject love. Case closed.

Two death cults confront God’s people in this fallen world: humanism and radical Islam.

And of the two, humanism is by far the more dangerous.


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