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Environmentalism is the new Original Sin

Of course it’s a good idea to help protect our environment and Nature, and most of us do our bit. But Man is part of Nature too. And so shouldn’t he or she also be protected from a “green” narrative that is being used to attack humanity in a retread of the original Original Sin, which is working a treat on those who still need to feel guilty about something now that the old religion has failed them.

The Babylonian astronomer priests would use similar tactics five thousand years ago, in order to control their less knowledgable masses. When the Moon eclipsing the Sun cast darkness on the Earth, the people would be told it was God’s way of showing that he was displeased with them and that therefore they needed to give more donations to the priests’ temples.

The Original Sin environmental weapon is similar in that the scientific priesthood pronounce that we are causing the climate to change, that “biodiversity loss” is at unprecedented levels, and that therefore we are in danger of being thrown out of Eden.

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The end of the theory of evolution and Darwinism

To study the history of the theory of human evolution is not to study the development of a science. Soon after beginning such an enterprise, we soon realise that what we’re faced with are, in fact, the differing attitudes and beliefs that man has deemed to be politically correct over the centuries about who he is, and where he stands in the universe. Continue reading