If our title seems a bit odd, we understand your reaction, but before long you’ll realize what it’s all about. We found another article in WorldNetDaily (WND) — described in the Cast of Characters section of our Intro page. It’s in their honor that our jolly buffoon logo is displayed above this post.
The article is by one of our WND favorites — Ellis Washington. We wrote about him recently (see Ellis Washington, Woodrow Wilson, & Darwin), so we won’t repeat our description of him. When we left Ellis, he was ranting about Woodrow Wilson and Charles Darwin.
He’s still on that subject in his new article, BHO: Woodrow Wilson reborn, but he’s also ranting about Obama — that’s the “BHO” in his title — and gun control, state sovereignty, and a few other subjects. We’re going to skip that stuff and get right to his discussion of Darwin. Here it comes, with bold font added by us:
The history of what was is always the harbinger of what will be. Although the left hates it when I do so, I must once again connect the pseudo-scientific, atheistic theories of Darwin’s evolution directly to the classical age of 20th-century nationalist tyrants and mass murders – the Ottoman Turks, Lenin, Stalin, Mussolini, Hitler, Franco, Mao, Idi Amin, Pol Pot, Ayatollah Khomeini, Saddam Hussein, etc. – over 260,000,000 people murdered in the 20th century alone, not counting over 40 million war dead!
That, dear reader, is extreme! In fact, it’s the most extreme tirade against Darwin we’ve ever seen. Now you understand our title. But Ellis isn’t done. He’s got one more paragraph left, in which he uses one of his favorite techniques — trilogies of evil people. The names frequently change, but one of the three is usually Darwin. Here it comes, and we’ll break his paragraph into two parts:
The three men most responsible were Charles Darwin (evolution, natural selection, survival of the fittest), Karl Marx (communism, socialism) and Friedrich Nietzsche (God is dead movement, Will to Power, Aristocracy Paradigm).
We haven’t seen Nietzsche in an Ellis Washington threesome before, but it doesn’t matter. This is merely another of his typical name-salads. Don’t worry about trying to figure out what the three names have in common. Ellis doesn’t worry about it; he just likes to drop names — it’s supposed to show his erudition. Here’s how he ends his article:
My point: Don’t forget that President Woodrow Wilson and what I call the Progressive Revolution (c. 1900-today) systematically integrated the wicked ideas of these three men into U.S. law, politics, economics, education, religion and public policy, which has 100 years later led America directly to the neo-fascist policies of President Barack Hussein Obama, whom I consider Woodrow Wilson reborn.
If you’re a bit dazed, you might try to read the whole essay to get some context for that stuff. But be warned — there isn’t much context. It’s just Ellis, and WorldNetDaily. Nothing new here, folks.
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