The Lies and Arrogance of Evolutionists

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  1. M.D. Rawlings
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    This article is a bit dated, but it illustrates precisely why the fight for educational freedom/choice must be won against these fascists. . . .

    The Creationist Buffoonery and Its Dangerous Implications
    by Lee Salisbury / January 29th, 2008
    Dissident Voice


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    In spite of the pro-evolution 2006 verdict in Dover, PA, creationists persist seeking to influence and intimidate uninformed school boards in Ohio, Florida, and Texas. This is clearly a culture war with creationist/biblical literalists leading the anti-science, pro-creationist charge.

    . . . Creation “science” rejects every fundamental precept upon which actual science functions, from empiricism to falsification. Creationists reject empiricism, the very heart of science, and instead embrace fanciful biblical legends of a ‘talking snake’ and a 6,000-year-old solar system all in a vain attempt to justify their immutable doctrinal beliefs. They are no different than the Roman Catholic clergy of 500 years ago persecuting Galileo because he declared the sun did not revolve around the earth.

    . . . It is bad enough that creationist churches are freeloaders, taking advantage of the public’s good will by skirting their fair share of real estate taxes. But, worse yet, they use creationism as a rhetorical facade, as a lever through which to influence public policy. Creationists exploit the faith of well-meaning Christians (and those of other religions) to further their own purely self-serving goals at the expense of reality. Creationism is nothing more than an ancient regurgitated ideology bereft of merit, and loathsome in its intentions.​

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    Evolutionist/Religiphobes can't prove how the Earth was created either.
     
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    Seriously?
     
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    Oh, yes indeed. Everything in the above is a lie, a distortion or constitutes a flat-out denial of the fundamentals of human liberty. As far as the public education system goes, the only ones doing any real imposing are leftists in general and evolutionists in particular. They are fascists.
     
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    The article isn’t alone.
     
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    Uh-huh. Cute. But of course everything in it remains pertinent. Lefty's still spouting the same nonsense today as if he owned the schools and had the right to impose his religion and morality therein by way of "politics by scientist" against the constraints of inherent rights and certain constitutional imperatives. Even if I weren't a creationist, I'd still oppose him. That's the difference between me and the pretenders of modernity.
     
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    "Delusion" is an American "Right". Don't let "scientists" take that "right" away!
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    I've said this before on this board. Creationism is a subject that should be offered at the College level. It would be the favorite of the football varsity player as every answer, every single one, on every test, every single one, would be the same: "God did it."

    What possible place could this ridiculous course have in any science ciriculum?
     
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    I would like to ask the OP how old he thinks the Earth is?
     
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    4.5 to 4.6 billion years.
     

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