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Darwin portrayed as dunce, but no one cares?

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Megan Fox at PJ Media

If you want to know why people dislike atheists, it’s because they’re thoroughly dislikeable. And if you should find yourself on the wrong side of atheists, like I did by simply posting a video of myself walking through the Field Museum in Chicago asking questions about evolution — a topic many still view as controversial — be prepared to have to go to the police and file reports of harassment and cyberstalking. You are not allowed to question the gods of the atheists, namely Darwin and the scientists who bow at the altar of Darwin. If you do, you’ll face nothing but insults, harassment, death and rape threats, as I quickly found out after my video went viral. Atheists come off as people who want to force their beliefs down your throat. Anyone who objects is held up as the dumbest person on earth, worthy of public flogging and abuse.

See this about typical new atheists’ issues, like getting people fired.

Contrarily, when you disagree with people who believe God is the creator, like Steve Ham at the Creation Museum in Kentucky, they have nothing but love for you and words of encouragement. It makes you wonder about the emotional maturity of atheists when the best they can do is hurl threats and vulgarities at people who dare to question their sacred cows. Steve and Ken Ham, CEO of the Creation Museum, are on the receiving end of vomitous atheist bile on a daily basis and their only response is, “Please come and talk with us. We want you to be saved. We love you.”

So why are there entire special interest groups set up to ensure that no American school child ever hears any other theory beside Darwin’s? Why are the atheists demanding my children be taken away from me for “child abuse” because I think Darwin’s evolutionary origins theory stinks? …

Maybe it’s for the same reason that O’Leary for News’ cats’ litterboxes stink. They’re on schedule for replacement early tomorrow. Are the tax-funded Darwin profs?

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12 Replies to “Darwin portrayed as dunce, but no one cares?

  1. 1
    Mapou says:

    Atheists, materialists and Darwinists are fascists by nature, not unlike jihadists.

    Edit: I say, it’s time for them to get their fangs pulled out and be cut down to size.

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    Mung says:

    Remember this the next time you see someone act dismissive when faced with the claim that kairosfocus has been subjected to same. It happens and it needs to be taken seriously.

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    Robert Byers says:

    Watch the sampling. Its the most aggressive of a group who get the most involved. its not a cross section of the group.
    The worst ones will dio the worst that can be done.
    Atheists are irrelevant as i see it. its evolutionism or general hostility to christian doctrines that is the real enemy to be dealt with .
    In fact its a gain for creationism to have aggressive attacks on it IF it bring audiences.

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    kairosfocus says:

    RB, unfortunately, as history has repeatedly shown, it may be the unhinged extremists making the sort of death, abduction, rape etc threats who decisively count. And, those who enable them will then face a serious responsibility. KF

    PS: Mung, thanks. When cyberstalking moves into implicit threats against remotely connected people, and implies on the ground presence it is time for the authorities to be alerted — done.

  5. 5
    kairosfocus says:

    F/N: We need to note Plato’s warning in The Laws Bk X again:

    Ath. . . .[The avant garde philosophers and poets, c. 360 BC] say that fire and water, and earth and air [i.e the classical “material” elements of the cosmos], all exist by nature and chance, and none of them by art . . . [such that] all that is in the heaven, as well as animals and all plants, and all the seasons come from these elements, not by the action of mind, as they say, or of any God, or from art, but as I was saying, by nature and chance only [ –> that is, evolutionary materialism is ancient and would trace all things to blind chance and mechanical necessity] . . . .

    [Thus, they hold] that the principles of justice have no existence at all in nature, but that mankind are always disputing about them and altering them; and that the alterations which are made by art and by law have no basis in nature, but are of authority for the moment and at the time at which they are made.-

    [ –> Relativism, too, is not new; complete with its radical amorality rooted in a worldview that has no foundational IS that can ground OUGHT, leading to an effectively arbitrary foundation only for morality, ethics and law: accident of personal preference, the ebbs and flows of power politics, accidents of history and and the shifting sands of manipulated community opinion driven by “winds and waves of doctrine and the cunning craftiness of men in their deceitful scheming . . . ” cf a video on Plato’s parable of the cave; from the perspective of pondering who set up the manipulative shadow-shows, why.]

    These, my friends, are the sayings of wise men, poets and prose writers, which find a way into the minds of youth. They are told by them that the highest right is might,

    [ –> Evolutionary materialism — having no IS that can properly ground OUGHT — leads to the promotion of amorality on which the only basis for “OUGHT” is seen to be might (and manipulation: might in “spin”) . . . ]

    and in this way the young fall into impieties, under the idea that the Gods are not such as the law bids them imagine; and hence arise factions [ –> Evolutionary materialism-motivated amorality “naturally” leads to continual contentions and power struggles influenced by that amorality at the hands of ruthless power hungry nihilistic agendas], these philosophers inviting them to lead a true life according to nature, that is,to live in real dominion over others [ –> such amoral and/or nihilistic factions, if they gain power, “naturally” tend towards ruthless abuse and arbitrariness . . . ], and not in legal subjection to them.

    We cannot truly say we were not warned 2350 years ago now.


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    Mung says:

    Meanwhile, the idea is already being poo poo’d over at TSZ, and this I think demonstrates quite nicely why kf sees TSZ as an enabler of such activity, and rightly calls Elizabeth Liddle to account.

    And then they express “wonder” at why kf doesn’t post there.


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    Seversky says:

    Mung @ 6

    I see you have been posting freely at TSZ without being banned or threatened or threatened with banning. And you are not the only one. I am confident the same courtesy would be extended to kairosfocus if he chose to post there.

    We all know the commenter who posted about kf’s real name and alluded to knowing about his home address and family. In doing that he definitely crossed a line. He was condemned for it by many at TSZ, including myself, and has been banned, I believe. It is certainly something that is not tolerated there.

    Anyone is welcome to post at TSZ without fear of censorship or banning unless certain lines are crossed, such as implicit or explicit threats or posting pornographic images. Otherwise, say what you like.

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    TimT says:

    Interesting thing about atheists. Every time I make the smallest comment on Twitter about atheists, I am bombarded by insults, swearing, threats and abuse by people whose Twitter posts were full of nothing but negative, mocking, joyless comments. Many actually put in their bio that are atheists, obviously not realizing that studies have shown that people see this as equivalent to saying you are a rapist or a promoter of death.

    It’s hard to imagine atheists having happy lives when they always act like grizzly bears having an extremely bad day.

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    Axel says:

    Tim, ‘joyless’ is the operative word. I was such a rabid adolescent, so I understand the mindset.

    I joined the Agnostics Club in the Uni of South Australia more than half a century ago, and was outraged to find that most of the members were believing Catholics!

    The whole world was against me. When I was filling in an application form for a job, they asked me my religion. I was incandescent! ROFL

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    kairosfocus says:

    Sev, I am glad to hear that one utterly abusive commenter has at length been banned at TSZ. Now, TSZ needs to address the wider implications of its organic links to the wider circle of sites in the same vein, where the same agenda is being actively pursued, right up to the events leading me to have had to go back to the police over stalking in the past few days. Then, maybe we can begin to move to a situation where long since corrected toxic canards like the Wedge Document are retired. KF

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    Mung says:


    Unfortunately that’s all a just a red herring.

    Elizabeth making as if she is afraid to post here because all her posts might disappear is a joke. It should not be taken seriously. But it’s constantly being repeated and taken up by others as if it has some merit. What a crock.

    There’s no reason at all for kf to go to TSZ and post. As I pointed out at TSZ, they have all, at one time or another, had an opportunity to address his arguments here.

    That would include you.

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    kairosfocus says:

    toxic talking point cascade . . .

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