Sunday, August 28, 2011

Darwin's defenders have nothing but clouds of BS (rev A)

This is because unlike, say, string theory where scientific opinion is genuinely divided, there is about the fact of evolution no doubt at all. Evolution is a fact, as securely established as any in science, and he who denies it betrays woeful ignorance and lack of education, which likely extends to other fields as well. Evolution is not some recondite backwater of science, ignorance of which would be pardonable. It is the stunningly simple but elegant explanation of our very existence and the existence of every living creature on the planet. Thanks to Darwin, we now understand why we are here and why we are the way we are. You cannot be ignorant of evolution and be a cultivated and adequate citizen of today.

Oh, that's clever! Simply claim to have proven it, and that anyone who disputes the "proof" is an idiot. The fact is that Darwinism ultimately boils down to a belief in magic, and those who ultimately defend it are "magicians."

After all, what is Darwinism, ultimately, but the "scientific" basis of materialism, a major corollary of which is that we can get away with anything forever, as long as we can get away with it in this world. This is why organized Satanism (an offshoot of the Cult of Isis) pushes Darwinism onto gullible youngsters as part of their deliberate miseducation, although some Satanists adopt the "salvation by grace" doctrine, or A Course In Miracles' teaching that "life is but a dream" as a means of believing that they won't be held accountable, ever. It's also why it has rigged the system so that it can escape Earthly justice for its global crime spree against humanity, which so far has lasted about 500 years. Unfortunately for them, they can't admit that Satanic possession - the elicitation of which is the ultra-secret purpose of Satanism - lets them at least partly off the hook for "their" actions. To what extent, I don't know, but I'd rather be safe than sorry.

The doctrine of eternal damnation shares much of the blame for motivating people to adopt Darwinism. The fact is that there is no Hell as conventionally conceived, although for actual humans with souls, what goes around comes around, and it can seem hellish and eternal. Would a just God allow us to get away with murder? Wouldn't that tend to encourage murder? With that, I've demolished the ancient big lie known as "salvation by grace," which was concocted by Venetian devil Paolo Sarpi, who managed Calvin and Luther.

Nietzsche-Satan's "philosophy" (collection of "philosophical" BS) although not entirely consistent with Darwinism, has much in common with it. In the course of searching for connections between these two varieties of Satanic BS, I stumbled onto Darwin, Nietzsche, and Hitler: Evolution of the Ubermensch, which I wish I had found when I was writing my essays on Nietzsche, because it lays bare Satan's "philosophical" rationale for SRA with stunning clarity. For example, consider the following electric passage, among many:
“The essential characteristic of a good and healthy aristocracy” argues Nietzsche, is that it “accepts with a good conscience the sacrifice of untold human beings who, for its sake, must be reduced and lowered to incomplete human beings, to slaves, to instruments.” The “fundamental faith” of the aristocracy, then, is that “society” exists for them, for their sake, so that all the lesser types who serve them in society exist “only as the foundation and scaffolding on which a choice type of being is able to raise itself to its higher task and to a higher state of being…”
I'm not sure whether the writer, Benjamin Wiker, realizes just what sort of "higher state of being" Nietzsche-Satan had in mind. I doubt it, and I assume he would scoff if I were to bring it to his attention. Not that it matters, because he's done a great service to mankind by writing this article, which does more to put Nietzsche-Satan's BS into focus than anything else I've ever read, or anything I could write.

But again, the ability to believe that there is no spiritual realm is necessary to give us free will in this stage in our evolution, when we are just coming out of our greatest descent into materiality. Unfortunately, this belief can have some awful consequences, the chief one of which would be falling into Satan's soul-trap. Another would be suicide motivated partly by existentialist angst. There are consequences for suicide, although I suppose they depend on various factors. From our perspective, a life might seem pointless and unendurable, but from God's perspective, there could be good reasons for enduring it.

Rev A: Added section beginning with "after all."