“Isn’t it interesting that radicals claim that climate change skepticism is “anti-science,” yet when confronted with the science that there are only two genders, determined by XX or XY chromosomes, the radicals have a meltdown.”
The radical Democrat’s endorsement of “no restriction” third-trimester abortions was always an on-ramp to infanticide.
As the Governor of Virginia, Ralph “Blackface” Northam, revealed in a radio interview (listen here) on January 30, 2019, there isn’t any space between “no restriction” abortions and infanticide – it’s a euphemism for the seamless transition to death on demand. We had learned this already with former President Barack Obama, of course, who during his Illinois State Senate career supported infanticide for late-term babies that were born in spite of abortion attempts.
Examining the abortion positions of the remaining Democrat presidential candidates for 2020 reveals that except for Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), the rest are good-to-go with “no restriction” abortions. The culture is so hardened now that a fully formed and viable baby from the seventh to the ninth month merits no protection at all, in or out of the womb.
The socialist’s historical and diabolical fascination with death is always close to the surface. If life is not honored at its beginning, it will never be honored. The old, infirm and feeble will, by intellectual progression, be next. We’ve seen this movie before.
With the continual rejection and dismantling of the Judeo-Christian ethos and its foundation footers for civilization – especially in the schools – the Western World has found the ground moving underneath it, and the growing charm of death as a solution to social problems becomes only one more logical step to their dreams of absolute social control.
Jesus Christ understood all of this clearly, of course, and in a few sentences left mankind with the most electrifying and unambiguous description of how the world really works, ever spoken. It’s such a hard statement that it is mostly rejected by modernity – the unknown being more comfortable than a hard truth that challenges man’s quest for autonomy from right and wrong.
The Jewish ruling class of Jesus’ day, who rigorously controlled every facet of Jewish life down to the smallest details, wanted to murder the upstart troublemaker from Galilee who challenged their spiritual presumption and social authoritarianism. In a dramatic confrontation captured in the eighth chapter of the Gospel of John, in the New Testament, the religious elites confront Jesus, questioning why they should believe his words, and challenging his authority to speak on spiritual matters at all.
After an incredible but brief give and take, Jesus explained to them that they couldn’t hear one word he said, because he belonged to his father and listened to him, and they belonged to their father and listened to him.
The flummoxed “ruling class” raged at his implications and claimed the patriarch Abraham as their father.
Paraphrasing, Jesus pressed on. “If God were your father, you could hear me, and you’d love me. But you belong to your father, the devil, and you want to carry out your father’s desires. He was a murderer from the beginning, not holding to the truth. He is a liar and the father of lies.”
Jesus laid down the binary logic of the created order; there is light or darkness, life or death, truth or lies, and every one of us chooses the ways of our own heart.
The working out of evil in our world should never surprise us.
Following in the ancient pattern, the modern ruling class of the world are not content with the physical killing of an infant, they are well along with the political agenda to commit intellectual and spiritual homicide on a whole generation of young people, under the guise of a new “religion,” the so-called climate crisis.
The incessant politicization and terrorization of “climate change” – meaning the weather – has now spun out of control with the massive global push to indoctrinate a whole generation of teenagers and young adults (with unlimited government and corporate money).
The hysterical pronouncements are rote now: Mankind has only a decade (or is it now eight years?) to come to zero carbon dioxide emissions, or life on earth will end. There will be no turning back. It’s a tipping point. Science has pronounced this sentence ahead of schedule. The issue – the science – is “settled,” and no disagreement is allowed.
You will believe. Or die.
The pitch is about the self-sufficiency and the centrality of man to control his own destiny, down to the level and temperature of the oceans – a mountain of hubris that makes the Tower of Babel insignificant by comparison.
In the past several weeks the nation has suffered through the irrational rantings and ravings of a host of big shots at the United Nations, the U.S. Congress, presidential candidates, so-called religious leaders, and crazy people (many of them paid to participate, check your Craigslist job section) in the streets across the country blocking traffic, banging on drums, twerking and such.
The occasion for the festivities is the arrival of sixteen-year-old Swedish “climate activist,” Greta Thunberg, who is equally hysterical. She traveled to the New World on a $4 million dollar 60-foot yacht because she refuses to use aircraft, even though the crew of the composite-composition yacht (the skin made primarily from petroleum-based material) had to catch airplanes home!
The poor child has apparent issues, but the fact that the radicals and her parents use her anyway, speaks to their disorders and motivations. Her scripted histrionics are “fact-free” and employ super hyper-emotionalism designed to scare the bejabbers of young people and encourage her followers, who say equally fatuous and inane things, such as the “world is on fire!”
Young Ms. Thunberg is well tutored by her handlers in the art of melodrama: “You all [world leaders presumably] come to us young people for hope. How dare you?” she said to the U.N assembly, almost all of whom come from the dirtiest and most repressive regimes on the planet. “You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words, and yet, I’m one of the lucky ones. People are suffering. People are dying. Entire ecosystems are collapsing.”
In a bizarre finale, Ms. Thunberg grew tearful and even more crazed in her appearance. “We are in the beginning of a mass extinction and all you can talk about is money and fairy tales of eternal economic growth. How dare you?”
In fairness, it’s not just the young Greta who sounds thoughtless and ill-informed, or just plain crazy. Every radical leftist politician and the current presidential candidates sounds much the same and make similarly bizarre proclamations, all without blushing.
Ban petroleum, ban meat, ban planes, ban this and ban that. “If you eat a hamburger or use a straw, you are part of the problem” one candidate accuses; another talks blithely about producing electricity while demanding the end to energy production. Of course, none of these politicians have ever actually had a real job in the sense most Americans understand that term, so they know almost nothing about the world and how it works. But that’s another article.
This is what passes as rational dialog nowadays. Every bit of anecdotal information is weaved into the tapestry of crisis – too much rain here and not enough there, too hot in one place and too cold in another; every storm a harbinger of worse storms to come, and every freak event a doorway into the apocalypse.
I weep for our babies, and I weep for our young people. We have failed them and have left them to their own devices, surrounded by crazy people.