Thursday, October 18, 2007

From the frying pan into the fire

The Euro elites do not approve of the Christian view on nature:
European lawmakers approved a report condemning efforts to teach creationism in schools, underscoring concern about an emerging socially conservative agenda.

Meeting in Strasbourg, France, Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe members approved, in a non-binding 48-25 vote, a report that criticizes creationism advocate for potentially sacrificing children's education "to impose religious dogma" and to promote "a radical return to the past," The International Herald Tribune reported Friday.
The radical liberal egalitarianism that powers the Euro elites allows for no serious religiousness in Europeans. Creationism is a threat. This is a confirmation of the refusal to appoint Italian Roman Catholic politician Buttiglioni as a EU mandarin, because he was a serious Christian: he held that homosexuality goes against God's plan.
Creationism supporters endorse "a radical return to the past which could prove particularly harmful in the long term for all our societies,
The European Parliament (EP) seeks to surpress this threat. The next step will be to criminalize opposition to Darwinist Dogma.

But Darwinism itself is also a danger to Liberal dogma.

Noted DNA scientist James Watson recently said in an interview with The Times of London:
that he is inherently gloomy about the prospect of Africa” because “all our social policies are based on the fact that their intelligence is the same as ours – whereas all the testing says not really”, and I know that this “hot potato” is going to be difficult to address. His hope is that everyone is equal, but he counters that “people who have to deal with black employees find this not true”. He says that you should not discriminate on the basis of colour, because “there are many people of colour who are very talented, but don’t promote them when they haven’t succeeded at the lower level.
According to an article in the Independent (HT Laurence Auster):
"The newly formed Equality and Human Rights Commission, successor to the Commission for Racial Equality, said it was studying Dr Watson's remarks "in full".... Anti-racism campaigners called for Dr Watson's remarks to be looked at in the context of racial hatred laws. A spokesman for the 1990 Trust, a black human rights group, said: "It is astonishing that a man of such distinction should make comments that seem to perpetuate racism in this way. It amounts to fueling bigotry and we would like it to be looked at for grounds of legal complaint."

The radical Liberalism highest ideal is radical egalitarianism. Both religion and racial / ethnic differences are at odds with egalitarianism. Darwin is not a suitable ally for the Euro egalitarians to defeat religion, as its outcomes point to a unequal humanity similar to that of the Old Testament of the Bible.

Darwin and Christianity may not be friends, but they do seem to be in agreement about the fundamental unequality of religions, races, nations and sexes.

And the history of the Soviet Union shows you can fool people about this inequality for a considerable period of time, but Truth can not be surpressed indefinately.

No comments: