Thursday, December 20, 2007


Secular Humanism: a Curse!

The Worldview of Secular Humanism (SH)

The author and Doctor of Divinity Tim LaHaye in his book “Mind Siege” gives a summary of the belief system and world view of Secular Humanism:

Belief in no God;

Belief in matter as eternal;

Belief in spontaneous generation;

Belief in man as an evolving animal;

Belief in no moral absolutes;

Belief in humanist man as the final authority;

Belief in the inner goodness and malleability of man;

Belief in no soul or spirit;

Belief in new sexual rights and responsibilities;

Belief in no eternal law;

Belief in humanist rule(which they call “democracy”)

Belief in a one-world socialist government;

Belief in no judgment or afterlife.

Derived from these beliefs are the following highly acceptable SH corollaries:

Abortion rights;





No parents’ rights;

Infanticide and Euthanasia;

Drug use;

Full separation of church and state (never mentioned in the Constitution);

Removal of church and religion from the public space;

Open borders.

The US is well-along in allowing these practices and corollaries to become law and accepted custom. This has transformed the culture and the laws of the nation in unacceptable ways for those who knew the America of earlier times. Did anyone ever wonder why the congress continues to pass legislation that the people do not want? Is the congress captive to the above beliefs now? It would seems so, as over 55 congressmen have been identified as belonging to socialist organizations.

Such beliefs mirror the subtle plan developed by the Italian Communist Gramski, who said that the way to conquer America for Communism is through the long road of subverting its institutions a little at a time, until they fall of their own weight.

Is this the America we want?

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Wednesday, December 19, 2007


Atheists III

Sir: I am far too lazy to go pull out the references by page and paragraph. Either ignore what I say, believe it, stay confused, or go look it up for yourself. Two whole books attacking Christianity, and two showing why it is under attack and by whom. I am not debating these statements.

Dominion Theory is so far right as to be off the scale, just as the Far Left and SH is off the scale the other way. Extremes are are a plague on the body politic.

Bush lost it for me in that matter of amnesty, although I do not make him an atheist or leftist. I was referring to the number of Democratic and some Republican supporters for amnesty, which fits the profile of SH adherents, and the numbers of them in Congress now. I make the claim that Left = SH = the new elite, atheistic, socialistic/communistic home.

If you have read Marx, you would also know how he proposed to install the new socialism--by destroying the existing government and social order, then growing a new generation of Socialistic Men out of the ruins. Relaxing moral standards as being relative, promoting porn and divorce, removing Christianity from view, championing non-discrimination for every so-called disadvantaged collection of people, pushing multiculturalism as opposed to a synthesis, pushing diversity instead of assimilation, touting gay marriage, and always attacking the government for literally everything that happens, looks like such a trend to me, especially when you see the SCOTUS and Fed Courts legislating from the bench, and the Dems (Hillary) arguing for direct democracy, which is not going to happen.

Such Leftist Democratic putsches are dividing our nation when it need not be divided at all. Why are they doing this? The New Socialism/Communism, with a twist.

After thought: championing centralization of government is yet another socialistic direction that is rabidly supported by the SHers, such that sooner or later just about everyone will be beholden to the government for their living. Disarming the public fits in very well here too, so that the public cannot rise up in arms to stop this treachery.

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Tuesday, December 18, 2007


Militant Atheism II

My comment field is not operating, so here is my reply.


You stated, strong (Militaristic) atheists are wrong to attack the Christian religion and Christians and attempt to destroy them

Can you provide evidence of "militaristic" atheists attacking Christianity and Christians? It would seem this is a bogeyman.

And what "subversion of democratic principles" are secular humanists carrying out?

Is it equally wrong for Christians to do the same to non-Christians?

I will cite the authors I mentioned: Dawkins, Hitchins, and another two, David Limbaugh ("Persecution") and Charles Colson ("How Now Shall we Live"), plus numerous websites under the search word "Atheism", and finally the actions of the ACLU over the past twenty years.

About 50 to 60 congressmen have signed up to the Humanist Manifesto 2000, but have not publicized the fact at all. They have supported many leftist and atheistic bills, or provisions in bills that are against the majority wishes of the nation. That is wrong. Amnesty for Illegal immigrants is one such bill.

The Secular Humanists have many unacceptable provisions in their Manifesto or Manifestos (I, II, II, 2000) including: 1) Denial of religions; 2) Raising of all children by the government to ensure their proper education(!); 3) Bypassing the sovereignty of the US through the UN or similar org, and installing a SH international government ( read communist/socialist).

My personal approach is simple: live and let live, unless there is a threat from any sect to our nation, government, way of life, or my family. In that event, I will not be nice!



Militant Atheism

Belief and Non-Belief in God

The issue here is whether one believes in the Christian God, is agnostic about God’s existence, or else is atheistic (either strongly or weakly atheistic), and disbelieves in God.

It is the right of an individual to believe what he wants to believe. However, it is not his right to try to impose his beliefs onto others who have a different belief or non-belief system. Evangelicalism is wrong when it attempts to convert people by forceful persuasion or force of arms against their will and their current beliefs.

Thus, strong (Militaristic) atheists are wrong to attack the Christian religion and Christians and attempt to destroy them, just as Muslims are wrong to pursue dominance of Islam over the nations of the world, and secular humanists are wrong to try to impose their beliefs on the body politic through devious means such as subversion of democratic principles.

There is a right way and a wrong way to seek conversions. Ridiculing and attacking a religion is guaranteed to evoke a hostile response, as is use of force, or legal subterfuge.

A moral society has tolerance for religions and “non-religions” so long as they threaten no one else. Once, however, attacks begin, the center Christian majority must and will defend itself. It would seem that written attacks have indeed begun again today with Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchins, and other authors publishing books that take a very strong and hostile atheistic position. The rise of a Militant Atheism dedicated to converting the nation to its way of thinking is not welcome, and it is difficult to tolerate in this Judeo-Christian land that is 85% Christian.

Such Godlessness will be engaged on religious grounds.

The strongest question supporting belief in God I have ever read is:

"Why does the Universe, Life and Man exist at all?" --C.S Lewis


Thursday, December 13, 2007


Resident Viruses

The body holds many deadly viruses all the time. The immune system keeps them in check.

The nation likewise holds many deadly viruses, and our immune system, our republican checks and balances, usually keeps them in check too.

We currently have eight really deadly viruses that are making progress in getting a foothold in the body politic. these are:

1) The Jihad virus,

2) The Criminal virus,

3) The Unassimilable Immigrant virus,

4) The Illegal Immigrant virus,

5) The Liberalism virus.

6) The Secularism virus.

7) The Atheist virus

8) The Celebrity virus.

No antibiotics will work on these viruses. Getting a lot of rest and drinking a lot of fluids will help you, but won't affect the viruses. They will play out their infection of the body politic to the last voter. We have no protection but our own common sense, which may just not be enough, since we have another virus that is a helpmate for the others: the so-called Celebrity Virus, which our common sense should tell us is foolish. These pop stars and Hollywood types are not any sort of experts on virtually anything but makeup and memorizing lines. As Laura Ingraham says: "Shut Up and Sing!"

Rest, drink fluids, and get well soon, America!


Monday, December 10, 2007



A quote from Robert Spencer:

If Muslims want to end "Islamophobia" instantaneously, here's how they can do it:

1. Focus their indignation on Muslims committing violent acts in the name of Islam, not on non-Muslims reporting on those acts.
2. Renounce definitively not just "terrorism," but any intention to replace the U.S. Constitution (or the constitutions of any non-Muslim state) with Sharia even by peaceful means.
3. Teach Muslims the imperative of coexisting peacefully as equals with non-Muslims on an indefinite basis.
4. Begin comprehensive international programs in mosques all over the world to teach against the ideas of violent jihad and Islamic supremacism.
5. Actively work with Western law enforcement officials to identify and apprehend jihadists within Western Muslim communities.

If Muslims do those five things, voila! "Islamophobia" will vanish.

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Tuesday, December 04, 2007


Iran and Nuclear Weapons

This reversal of opinion by the intelligence community to the effect that Iran stopped their weapons program (high confidence) in 2003, and it MAY still be stopped (medium confidence), is suspect on the face of it. We cannot know the real sources of the information that convinced the community of this stoppage. I would suggest, however, it is simply too pat for this to be announced now. Bush took the right stance: no change in the pressure on Iran to open up its program to inspection fully, stop any nuclear weapons programs, and for us to be prepared to go further.

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Sunday, December 02, 2007


Issues for 2008

Who fits my prescription best?

Finish it off in victorious style.

Illegal Immigration: Control the borders; punish those who hire illegals; deport illegals.

Iran: Raise the pressure to the highest possible; if they don't cave in, go after them full force.
Enlarge the armed forces now.

Health Care: Deny universal, free health care. Solve the problem within free market rules; avoid setting up a huge new government bureaucracy.

GWOT: Pursue terrorists to their lairs: eliminate them and their hosts.

Draft: Let us increase the forces rapidly. If that means a draft, so be it.

Economy: Mandate a balanced budget and a line-item veto. Stop the spending rush.

Climate Change: Prepare for a warmer climate. Forget carbon offsets. Stop the panic.

Oil: Reward development of hydrogen power. Add nuclear power generation.

Taxes: Revert to a fixed percentage tax on all income for all residents.

Congressional Reforms: Mandate term limits and a ten-year block on lobbying by former members. Bar family positions for members' relatives. Deny contributions by industry.

MSM: Support truth organizations; classify media by their bias for the public.

Israel-Palestine: Support Israel.

Islam: Recognize Islam as dedicated threat the existence of all Judeo-Christian societies. Let us not kid around any longer about their threat.

Medicare and Social Security: Put them both on a sound financial basis; stop growth of benefits; stop expansion of coverage; use the power of the privatization of a percentage of each account.

Guns: Mandate that the 2nd amendment refers to the gun rights of each citizen and to their right to use weapons in self-defense and defense of their homes.

Abortion: Stop it for all but special medical cases.

Education: Return to the methods of yesteryear in teaching both facts and how to think, without the censorship that pervades our system today. Get the federal government out of education, and return it fully to the states.


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