We heard the blaring sirens and saw the flashing lights of our Retard-o-tron™ — but suddenly the device exploded. Catastrophic overload!
We rushed to the computer and found it linked to an 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. Our last post about his work was WND: Darwin Caused 260 Million Deaths. The best example of his cosmic-level thinking can be found here, Scripture Trumps Darwin, when he informed us of “the syllogism that was a foundation of Western civilization”:
The typical Ellis article is a rapid romp through history, promiscuously dropping names and concepts that have no connection to each other or to the subject at hand — and often describing “trilogies” of evil people. The names comprising Ellis’ trilogies vary, but one of the three is usually Darwin. If Darwin isn’t in a trilogy, he’s always included in one of Ellis’ name-salads of evil people. But sometimes he gathers up a collection of historical figures from different eras and imagines that they’re holding a conversation. That’s what he’s done this time.
Today’s essay from Ellis is titled Symposium: Cult of acceptance. WND says it’s an “exclusive,” which we assume means that no other publication will touch it. That’s not difficult to understand, because the thing is virtually incomprehensible.
We’ve tried. Really we did, but the only analogy that comes to mind is that of a brain surgeon who is presented with a patient whose head looks like a watermelon that was dropped from the top of a ten-story building onto the pavement below. “Sorry,” he’d say, “I’m very good at my work, but there’s nothing I can do with this one.” That’s how we feel about Ellis’ latest essay.
It’s an imaginary symposium featuring a number of characters: Socrates, Jesus, Satan, and four demons: Beelzebub (the chief demon), Hedonism (lust of the flesh), Evolution Atheism (lust of the eyes), and Cult of Acceptance (the pride of life). The setting is “inside the abode of hell.” Actually, we think it’s a glimpse inside the head of Ellis Washington. Socrates begins by announcing, with our bold font:
In this my blackest, diabolical symposium, we are gathered this dark night in Satan’s abode of hell to discuss a paradox of the ages: Why are the children of men so predisposed to cast away everything of value – logic, reason, friends, family, God, the Bible, the Constitution, a meaningful life, innocent little babies – to embrace the depraved Cult of Acceptance?
He answers that question at the end, but first one needs to read through the whole mess. We’ve already done that and we don’t want to go through it again, so we’ll leave that torturous task to you. Instead, we’ll jump ahead a bit to where the demon who is the Cult of Acceptance identifies himself. He says:
I am the Spirit of the Cult of Acceptance. My techniques are so simple, my tactics so sublime, my strategies so effective that the sons of Adam have followed my primrose path to hell for millennia but never realized the error of their ways until it was too late!
After Satan asks him to explain his methods, the demon rambles a bit, and finally gets around to saying this:
We need humanity to first change its worldview from biblical theism to evolution atheism. Our useful idiot in England, Charles Darwin, achieved this for us. In 40 years, with the help of our dutiful foot soldiers, the college professors of the academy spread the lies of evolution, atheism, dialectical materialism, social Darwinism, including natural selection, survival of the fittest, the world over.
With this atheist worldview established throughout the Earth, it was easy to establish what the Nazis called Gleichschaltung, or bringing into line, which quickly morphed into forcing into line (at threat of death). Pick any cataclysmic event in the history of the world – paganism, slavery, abortion, the rise of Islam, the Crusades, the Enlightenment, the French Revolution, World War I and II. It all followed the same diabolical pattern, the same two simple techniques and strategies, Weltanschauung and Gleichschaltung. We murdered billions and billions and billions of people over thousands of years, which combined to form the Cult of Acceptance.
Do you understand what’s going on? Neither do we. Then Socrates sums it all up with the same question that began the symposium:
Let us now hear the conclusion of this matter. Why are the children of men so predisposed to cast away everything of value – logic, reason, friends, family, God, the Bible, the Constitution, a meaningful life, innocent little babies – to join the depraved Cult of Acceptance?
Cowardice, fear, taking the easy road over the road less traveled, the praise of men are all good reasons, but I think it is an existential curse of human nature for the children of Adam to always want what they can’t have. It goes back to the Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve and the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. …
The symposium wraps up with a speech by Jesus, and then Socrates concludes that the answer he’s looking for is … the Cult of Acceptance.
So there you are. We’ve been driven mad by Darwin. And Ellis Washington has gone where no man has gone before — and where no one else wants to go. Now you know why our Retard-o-tron™ exploded. Goodbye, old friend. We’ll have to get another.
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