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Did IQs just drop sharply while I was away? – Ripley (Aliens, 1986)
Unfortunately, this is a question I ask myself everyday since after the Election. The more I see how Trump supporters are outing themselves for the misled minions of a mutant Cheeto with a toupee, the more I wonder how far has the national IQ dropped. People, Idiocracy wasn’t supposed to be a documentary of what is to come, but rather a funny movie. No longer is it funny. It’s depressing because the very aspects of the culture of Idiocracy is becoming more prevalent these days than ever before. Trumps election to the head seat of the United States just proves how close we are to an Idiocratic dystopia.
I leave you, my wonderful readers, with this example of anti-science rhetoric we will most likely have to deal with for four years. Buckle up, it’s going to be one hell of a ride!
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This morning I read an article on this website called Socialist Appeal about science and how those of any religion tend to be ignorant of science. It also speculates that once material wealth is abundant for all that religion would disappear entirely.
The coming socialist revolution will establish universal high-quality education, placing the wondrous power of modern technology at the feet of the people and allowing it to be used according a democratic plan in the interests of all. This revolution will be the negation of all traditional faiths and superstitious rituals, as people voluntarily drift away from these, on the basis of material wealth and security, available for the first time to everyone.
That’s a bold statement to make considering that in most cases becoming religious or spiritual isn’t because a lack of security and/or material wealth, but rather the emptiness produced by being solely reliant on such. This is one classic example of the ignorance shown by Marxists in general, they believe that once people are “happy”, within a materialistic and superficial paradigm, that religion will disappear. Well, Christians believed this very same thing when they converted our ancestors from paganism to Christianity, that once the light of Christ entered the souls of the pagan that “happiness” would become more common place in society. However, with the resurgence of paganism, especially in Iceland a country that should be, by all means in the realm of socialism, “happy”, but somethings missing apparently that Iceland is the first nation in over a thousand years to build a pagan temple to the old Norse Gods. Scandinavian socialism is held in such high regard by socialists in the West, so shouldn’t the Marxist hypothesis be true in this respect? Seems like the hypothesis is null and void because for a nation to be abundant and accepting enough to allow a pagan temple to be built shows that religion will never die out no matter how much the Marxists want their ideology to be held in sacrosanct.
I’m coming from this as someone highly into the sciences and currently attending college for a Biotechnology degree, so to assume because I believe in multiple Gods doesn’t mean I’m an ignorant simpleton. In fact, the director of the National Health Institute and leader of the Human Genome Project, Francis Collins, is a Christian, though not a Creationist Christian, but a Christian who believes in Yahweh and Jesus Christ. I seriously doubt this man would’ve been allowed to conduct such an important project if he were simply a feeble minded, Dark Age mystic. Another example is my father, another Evolutionist Christian, who most likely has a genius IQ with all the things he DIYed and the problem solving skills shown. However, Marxists would figure him to be a superstitious dolt.
Within much of the Leftist spectrum is a tendency to be shameful of the actions of their ancestors, which is called “white guilt”. I find this trend to be ridiculous and a sign of a weak mind. Since Lizzy Borden is my distant relative, should I feel shameful for her acts of violence? Gods no! Why would I since I wasn’t even born then? So it must be asked why white Leftists should shame and induce shameful feelings within other white people about actions they themselves had no hand nor control over? No one should have any shame for what their ancestors did, because there is nothing you can do to change the past. The past is an immovable mountain, however the present and future is quite malleable. You affect change now instead of wasting your time feeling guilty for the past that you had no hand in. One of those discussions we need is the discussion that eliminates the idea of melanin based racial labels and viewing all people as what they really are: The Human Race. However, Marxists still enjoy dividing people up into small, easily controlled parcels of human beings in order to better control their attempt at social engineering. It’s the same tactic used by the two major parties in power in America today, the Democrats and Republicans. In order to keep absolute power the people must be absolutely divided.
I used to be a Marxist years ago and I have no regrets. After all, it helped me formulate my slight socialist with a libertarian edge ideology. I consider myself patriotic in regards to my country and I support the Constitution. It’s perhaps one of the most perfect documents outlining our freedoms these days. I support the 2nd Amendment to the point where I believe open carry should be allowed. Though I would prefer a battle axe to a gun, but to each their own. I support states rights and a decentralized form of government, meaning that the Federal Government interferes as little as possible with what states and their population vote and decide for themselves. I support gay marriage and gay adoption. I don’t see anything repulsive about this. I support Universal Healthcare, which I think can still be decided by states to implement or not without the Federal government. I’m neutral on abortion. I have my reasons, but I’ll keep them to myself. I believe in absolute religious freedom which extends to businesses as well. If a business wishes to not patronize a certain group of people, that’s their right. However, they must not whine about the loss of profits due to their decision. This of course goes beyond Christian businesses, but also other religiously based businesses such as pagan ones who wouldn’t want to patronize Christians or other monotheists. I’m pro-animal rights and pro-environment, obviously.
That’s just a few things where no one can truly pinpoint my ideology, which I think if anyone follows one ideology to the T, then it’s nothing more than ignorance. I believe both sides of the political spectrum have something to contribute to our political system. Whether socialism or capitalism wins out for absolute control of a country it’s simply totalitarianism.
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