Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Looking Closer at the Orlando Shooting



 I normally don't like writing pieces like this, especially this early into a tragedy, because there are still plenty of unknown factors into it and if I make a claim about the event and I turn out to be wrong, then I look like a jackass.

So for this, I'm only going to stick with what I know for a fact about related topics, what I can deduce within reason and other observances.

With that, let's get a few things out of the way:

1. As far as this talk about tougher and more gun control laws goes....those are flat out NOT going to happen.

While there are conflicting reports on this, the shooter either followed all gun laws currently on the books or the government failed to watch him when he bought the guns.
So, if the first part is true, what's the point of more laws? If the second part is true, why should we give more authority to the people who screwed up their job in the first place?
Furthermore, one of the best sayings I've ever heard about gun laws was this:

If you outlaw guns, then only outlaws will have guns.

Don't believe me? Back when he was working for ABC,  John Stossel interviewed convicts in prison about gun laws and their view was in a nutshell gun laws don't matter to them because they don't obey them. Stossel would go on to cite a study from the National Academy of Sciences that shows the group could not find ANY gun control law that reduced crime. (For the story, click here.)

2. The attitude the shooter had towards gays is NOT limited to ISIS: it's a teaching of Islam in general.

Now I can hear some misguided secularist say "but the Bible doesn't have nice things to say about gays either."
Yeah...the people who make that argument obviously don't get it. Jesus did not say at any point in any written or oral teaching that gays must be killed; Muhammad did say that. In one hadith (a saying, teaching or action done by Muhammad not found in the Koran but considered equally authoritative), it does call for the death penalty for anyone who engages in sodomy.

In fact, out of all the countries that call for the death penalty for open homosexuals, every last one is an Islamic country...NOT a single Christian country in the group.

3. Some idiots out there are trying to blame Christianity in general and Catholicism in particular for the shooting.

One The shooter never associated himself with any Christian group or denomination for that matter. What does Christianity have to do with this?

4. Why can't they just call the shooter a radical Islamic terrorist?

After all, that's what he is. No...there's a reason why they don't do that and it has nothing to do with facts.

5. A phrase being used less and less after each tragedy.

In an earlier post, I mentioned the difference between actor Mark Wahlberg and cartoonist Seth MacFarlane on how each reacted to the Boston Marathon Bombing. Wahlberg the Catholic said his prayers were with the victims and MacFarlane the atheist said his thoughts are with the victims.
While "our thoughts are with the victims" is sometimes phrased as "our hearts are with the victims", "my prayers are with them" is being heard less and less.

I don't think this has anything to do with the victims being gay (because contrary to atheist brainwashing, Christianity is about saving people from the sin of homosexuality, not killing people because of their sin) but I do think it has to do with the growing secularism in society.

Your thoughts being with someone makes no sense as the average human adult has about 50 to 70,000 thoughts per day. You expect me to believe this particular situation will take precedence over the other thoughts? Your hearts are even worse since "the heart is a fickle thing; who can trust it?"

6. As long as we turn our backs against Christ the King, nothing is ever going to get better.

If you've never heard this before, I won't count it against you: I myself haven't looked fully into it until recently. Nevertheless, the teachings associated with it are needed for this day.

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Trans-Kids Are Abused by Their Parents



For those not hip to the recent slang, trans-kids refers to a child who insists on living as the other gender; sometimes this is a girl who wants to live as a boy but most times it's the other way around.
In one of the most bizarre cases of parents being confused on who the boss in their house is, children set the terms on their gender at an age when they're not even old enough to have lockers in school and still believe in cootie shots.

If you're like me and wondering whether the parents are on drugs or smoking something and not sharing, there's proof to justify your grief.

The American College of Pediatricians has come out with a study focusing on the trans-agenda and its effect on children. What were some of their conclusions?

-For those who think "the kids will just outgrow it"'re right. Statistics show the vast majority of children will get over it and accept their birth gender by age 15.

-Sex really IS biological. The norm for humans is to be BORN as either male or female and the study shows that should be the end of it; feeling like you're the other gender does NOT logically or scientifically constitute a third gender.

-A healthy boy or girl insisting they are the other gender is at best a sign of confused thinking and at worst a sign of delusion. If the latter, delusions must be treated to reconcile with reality, not fed by mainstream trends.

-Use of puberty blocking hormonal therapy in children carries many medical risks, including (but by no means limited to) stunted developmental growth, future infertility, high blood pressure, blood clots, stroke and cancer.

-Rates of suicide are twenty times greater among adults who use cross-sex hormones and undergo sex reassignment surgery, even in Sweden which is among the most LGBTQ – affirming countries

This last one from the report is so critical, it needs to be posted in its entirety:
Conditioning children into believing that a lifetime of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex is normal and healthful is child abuse. Endorsing gender discordance as normal via public education and legal policies will confuse children and parents, leading more children to present to “gender clinics” where they will be given puberty-blocking drugs. This, in turn, virtually ensures that they will “choose” a lifetime of carcinogenic and otherwise toxic cross-sex hormones, and likely consider unnecessary surgical mutilation of their healthy body parts as young adults.

Oh, you can just hear the trans-gender blood boiling, can't you? if I care, which I DON'T!

Now if you're still not convinced and think gender is just a social construction invented by "un-enlightened" society, consider this:

An unrelated study was done on the behavior of ape children as to what human toys they'd be more drawn to. Now keep in mind apes do not have the mental capacity to understand human societal norms or customs...yet the boy apes were drawn to toy trucks, and anything mechanical related whereas the girl apes were drawn to dolls.

So there you have it: men are men, woman are woman and there's nothing really that can, should or ought to be done about this.

One by one, gender identity advocates and other LGBT fellow travelers need to told to sit down and shut up. If we have to get right in their face and force them to do it, then so be it. After all...

Don't they do the same to spread their message?

Man, they are such idiots, aren't they?

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Born that way? You're Joking, Right?



I want people to consider every word being said in this video. Let the story sink into your mind; let it wash over you. If after viewing it, you still think people are born gay....

then you're even more brainwashed than I thought.

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Reason Rally Goers Say the Stupidest Things!!



Question: why is it that secularists and atheists seem to be the only people in the world who speak on a subject they are not qualified to talk about, yet claim to have a monopoly on reasoning said topic?

I want you to deeply consider that question as I go on.

For those fortunate enough to not know about this, the Reason Rally was a gathering of atheists, secularists and so-called "freethinkers" in Washington DC in 2012. According to their own website, the event is meant for those who "know they can be good without God, that policy should be based on scientific evidence but not beliefs, and supports church/state separation".
 I put freethinkers in quotation marks because if said thinkers were truly free and by proxy promoted freedom, they wouldn't be so hostile to religious faith or any other opinion dissenting from atheist thought. Likewise, they wouldn't be spouting such idiotic and "unreasonable" notions like the ones I'll disclose here, who said them, why they're so dumb and where applicable why they should have done better.

"We're not here today to bash anyone's religion… but, hey, if it happens it happens.”
Who said that? That was Paul Provenza, the host of the event. 
Why is it so stupid? First, it doesn't show how one is good if you're wishy-washy about whether it's okay to bash someone's beliefs. Second, how are you being reasonable by stating a misconception about a religion? Worse, what if no one calls them out on it? How is that promoting free thought?

 "The American Constitution is a precious treasure, the envy of the world"
"Mock them, ridicule them in public. Don't fall for the convention that we're all too polite to talk about religion. Religion makes specific claims about the Universe which need to be substantiated and challenged."
Who said this? That was the babbling atheist limey himself Richard Dawkins. 
Why is it so stupid? Well, I'm actually glad Dawkins admits the American Constitution is the envy of the world, but that's odd coming out of his mouth since it states it was written "in the year of our Lord." 
Furthermore, it's okay to ridicule religious beliefs in public? I wonder how he'd feel if someone ridiculed atheism in public. After all, fair's fair, right? 
(As a quick side note, I have ridiculed atheists in public and in many cases right to the atheist's face. You know what they did? Oh, they tried to shout me down…but it never worked and in the end, I always put the atheists in their place. I guess challenging religion is fine, but don't you dare challenge atheism, eh?)

"Everything that we have that makes our lives possible exists because human beings have... made predictions based on those tests and then improved upon them. This is reason: the human capacity to make sense of the world."
"through careful empirical analysis and much thought that someone is looking out for me... I have concluded that this person keeping score - is me."
This was spoken by Adam Savage, one of the co-hosts of Mythbusters. The first one is dumb because although he is in a nutshell talking about the scientific method, and parts of it date back to either ancient Greece or Persia (neither area having much if any atheists), the current form (which includes inductive reasoning) was put together by Roger Bacon, a Franciscan monk. 
So let me make this clear in no ambiguous terms:

You cannot say or imply your group has sole claim to scientific discovery and a group in ideological contradiction to your own does not have claim when a) the other group created a key tool you use for your discoveries and b) said other group has won the majority of Nobel prizes for scientific discovery. 

And as far as this "the only one keeping score is me" bull…who told him to have two kids by a woman he never married? What score would he give himself for that? How would he feel if someone says he deserves a much lower score?

"What I did can be done by anybody."
Who said this? This came from a delusional young woman named Jessica Alhiquist, whose father sued her high school over a school prayer dating back to 1960. Even though there were no complaints from anyone else at any time, her father won in court and the prayer was removed.
Let me count the ways this one is idiotic:
1. No..she did not do anything because she was a minor at the time. Her father filed the suit.
2. Even if she could file the suit herself, how is she being good to other people by making a case out of it?
3. What exactly did she do? Looking at the case, it seems like all she did was badger and annoy people into compliance. Do we honesty want anyone to think this is how things should be done?
4. Contrary to her claim, no…NOT everyone can do this. There's legal standing, there's precedence, and there's just common sense. Anyone with a working frontal lobe and fire in their gut can stand up to lawsuits like this.

"Atheists are angry because we see millions of people being terribly harmed by religion, and our hearts go out to them, and we feel motivated to do something about it"
This is according to atheist blogger Greta Christina, a raging femi-nazi (a term I don't use lightly but I am willing to say that right to her face) who authored a book called (not making this up) Why Are You so Angry? 99 Things that Piss off the Godless. While I don't own a copy of it myself, I was able to get a sample read off Amazon that lists the first 45.
Don't bother with it: all 45 mentioned are either grossly exaggerated, missed the point, or overly-simplified. 
But what does she mean exactly by "doing something about it" and why is that so stupid? Does she mean use the state to curb religious influence? If so, then screw that: I've seen the consequences of that action. 
And who are these millions terrorized by religion? Does she mean those living in Mexico prior to the Cristeros War? Does she mean the religious people terrorized by homo-fascists who never think to go hire a different caterer or photographer? 

"If the atheists weren't closeted, it would be harder to hate us, because in the end, you can't hate what you already love"
OH YES…you can. This is stupid because either you hate something or you love it. You can't do both at the same time. Besides, love can turn into hate. Thinking people call that betrayal. 

"I can make the argument...that the only ones with true morality are us, the atheists. We are doing good because it's good and are doing right because it's right, and not for reward or punishment. We have love for each other, we have community, we have charity."
Who said this? It was spoken by magician Penn Gillette, someone who doesn't seem to know all the multiple atheist thinkers who would disagree with everything he just claimed. 
What's even dumber is his blindness to how circular his reasoning is. Then again, what can we expect when the two episodes of his old show on Showtime either got banned or only aired once because of his inaccurate claims about religion?

"Your stuff [religion] has to go over there, on the shelf with Zeus, and Thor, and the Kraken. With the stuff that is not evidence based, stuff that religious people never change their mind about, no matter what happens."
Who said this? Bill Maher, a man who has never met a foam-at-the-mouth statement he never liked.  And pretty high talk from him: despite the fact he's been proven wrong so many times, Maher just keeps going with his anti-religion nonsense yet has the gall to state his is the reasonable side.
Therefore, couldn't an equal and better case be made Maher's atheism needs to go on the same shelf as a flat earth, or the barter system, or the USSR? 

"We'll have millions more at our next rally!"

Okay, no one actually said this but their nastiness did come back to bite them. Although no official attendance figures exist, most believe at best 15,000 people showed up--about half the amount Reason Rally 2012 received.  Even a campaign on the event's official website only reached 25% of their target goal.

Atheists scrambled to come up with excuses, but I think the answer is obvious:

People are sick of atheism and want it gone one way or another.

Why even bother with rallies or events when even atheist group actions won't matter anyway?

But that's atheist idiocy for you!

Thursday, June 2, 2016

Guide for June 2016


It's the time of year again to fight back against the homo-fascist stranglehold on people's minds. All posts for June (except for June 3rd and Father's Day) will focus on the true horror of the LGBT (or whatever idiotic, alphabet soup, non-sensical acronym they've come up with) movement. Their lies will be exposed and it will be made clear to them their brainwashing wont work with me or any other thinking person.

It dawned on me today that speaking out against gays is no different than what war protesters went through in the Iraq War's early days. Recall how patriotic everyone claimed to be by being for the war but if you spoke out against it, you were quickly silenced.

Well, I would love to see anyone try to silence me. And to show you how serious I am....