There is a lesson to be learned here, dear reader. Let’s see if you can figure it out.
Most of it is a rant about “social conservative” issues, like crime, abortion, racism, etc., which we don’t blog about, but a bit of it is relevant to our interests. Here are the interesting excerpts, with bold font added by us for emphasis:
In addition, who is it that promotes the doctrinaire teaching of Darwinism in American schools and universities? The Democrats, who insist evolution is not a theory, but a fact. What are the ramifications of that?
Farah explains the ramifications:
It was Darwinism in the 19th century that promoted the notion of superior and inferior races – and justified the genocide that led directly to the Holocaust.
Okay, we’ve made our point. Let’s read on:
Who’s defending Darwinism today? Only one political party – the Democrats. Coincidence?
BWAHAHAHAHAHA! As we’ve pointed out before, in 2008 when Louisiana became the first state (of only two) to enact the anti-evolution, pro-creationism Louisiana Science Education Act (the LSEA), it was introduced and championed by Democrat state senator Ben Nevers, and the Louisiana legislature, which was then Democrat-controlled, passed the law almost unanimously.
The rest of Farah’s rant doesn’t interest us, so we’ll turn to the next article. In The Times of Israel, headquarted in Jerusalem, we read Saudi revives fatwa on ‘Zionism-promoting’ Pokemon. Here are some excerpts, with bold font added by us:
Pokemon Go may be taking the world by storm but don’t try hunting for Pikachu, Pidgey or Rattata in Saudi Arabia, as clerics there have renewed a 15-year-old ban on the game.
You’ve got to be wondering: What does that have to do with anything we discuss in the Curmudgeon’s blog? Be patient, dear reader. The article continues:
While fatwa no. 21,758 makes no mention of the latest iteration of game, it does list many sinful aspects of Pokemon.
What are those sinful aspects? We’re told:
Firstly, the game is seen as a form of gambling, which itself is forbidden. Secondly, it encourages belief in Darwin’s theory of evolution, and thirdly, the fatwa says, the symbols used in the game promote the Shinto religion of Japan, Christianity, Freemasonry and “global Zionism.”
You didn’t know that Pokemon encourages belief in Darwin’s theory, did you? We didn’t, but perhaps that’s because we don’t play computer games. Anyway, WND and the Saudi fatwa are both on the same side — they condemn Darwin’s theory. What do we learn from this? We’re not sure. Perhaps you can figure it out.
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