Monthly Archives: April 2019

The Gospel of Perversion

uploadscardimage955470c1c117a1-cc2b-4360-989a-b9be29fe10ca.jpg950x534__filtersquality90“Before they sent to bed, the men of the city of Sodom, both young and old, the whole population, surrounded the house. They called out to Lot and said, ‘Where are the men who came to you tonight? Send them out to us so we can have sex with them!’” Genesis 19:4,5

“Therefore God delivered them over in the cravings of their hearts to sexual impurity, so that their bodies were degraded among themselves.” Paul, Romans 1:24

“He would find that this same religion [Christianity] has always been healing the sick and caring for the poor; that it has, more than any other, blessed marriage [male/female]; and that arts and philosophy tend to flourish in its neighborhood.” C. S. Lewis, God in the Dock

Pete Buttigieg Is Wrong about Homosexuality

Don Boys, American Thinker, April 22, 2019

Mayor Pete Buttigieg, the media, and academia are all fouled up about what perversion is!

Since the mayor is an admitted homosexual, with a “husband,” no less, he obviously feels he must justify his choice of walking in the dark world of perversion.  And make no mistake: homosexuality is perversion.  If not, then all religions and denominations down through the ages have been wrong.

A serious person will not try to overturn civilization’s morals, manners, and mores of thousands of years without much thoughtful consideration.

Evidently, Pete cannot be trusted to make decisions since he chose a degrading, dangerous, even deadly lifestyle.  Such a person should not be in charge of the national budget or foreign policy or have his finger on the button.

People who are soft on perversion don’t know the difference between right and wrong, up and down, black and white, good and bad, or normal and abnormal.  The Hebrew prophet Amos commanded us to “hate the evil and love the good.”  (We are commanded to hate evil but never persons.)  However, most people relegate Amos to the ash heap and suggest that what is evil for one person may be good for another.  Afraid not.  While there can be some honest disagreement about some things, when God speaks about an issue, that settles it.  God has spoken clearly about perversion.

Most homosexuals, rather than deal with our objections and criticisms, resort to the embarrassing and humiliating ploy of screaming “hate,” “bigotry,” and “intolerance.”  That is much easier than speaking to the real issue.  Even if some “traditional marriage” proponents are haters, that does not mean homosexuality is right and good for society. Continue reading

The Left’s Anti-Semitism


Editor’s Note:  For an in-depth study of the Left’s Anti-Semitism consult Zygmund Dobbs, The Great Deceit: Social Pseudo-Sciences, chapter VII, VIII.  “As was shown, the European Nazi and socialist-communist movement both grew out of the same root, that is, Marxian-Lassallean anti-Semitic socialism.” P. 140

What Did Marx and Engels Think of Other Races?

By Allen Gindler, American Thinker, April 22, 2019

For over 150 years, proponents of socialism have been perceived as adherents of internationalism and carriers of societal moral authority.  However, where did this perception come from, and how did it come about?  Does perception constitute reality?  The answers to these questions must be sought in the works of the classics of the different currents of socialism and real policies of socialist parties and regimes.  However, in the framework of this article, we will focus mostly on Marxism.

Neither Marx nor Engels had specialized works dedicated to the issue of nations and races.  Instead, there were plenty of sketchy phrases and thoughts articulated in various newspaper articles, letters, and private conversations.  Because of this, some scholars hold the position that the founders of Marxism did not have a coherent approach to national problems.  Others admitted to a lack of dedicated work on this problem but argued that the founders’ views could be easily derived from the general tenets of their materialist conception of history.  As often happens in science, both points of view happened to be correct.

Scholars do not dispute the obvious fact that the founders of Marxism trivially expressed a derogatory attitude toward certain nations and persons.  They frequently used ethnic slurs while addressing political events or simply discussing other people.  Reading some of Marx’s and Engels’s expressions causes not only frightened astonishment, but also sincere disgust.  Here are some of the pearls from the pen of Marx and Engels.

About the Chinese: “It would seem as though history had first to make this whole people drunk before it could raise them out of their hereditary stupidity.” (MECW, Vol. 9, p. 99)

About Mexicans: “The Spaniards are indeed degenerate.  But a degenerate Spaniard, a Mexican that is the ideal.” (MECW, Vol. 29, p. 347)

About Scandinavians: “Obviously, the more primitive a nation is, the more ‘scandinavian’ it must be.” (MECW, Vol.7, p. 422)

Both founders of Marxism looked down even on their fellow socialists, especially if there were disagreements between them on some issues.  The most infamous example is the characterization of Ferdinand Lassalle behind his back as a “Jewish nigger.”  Thus, Marx wrote to Engels, “It is now perfectly clear to me that, as testified by his cranial formation and hair growth, he is descended from the negroes who joined Moses’s exodus from Egypt (unless his paternal mother or grandmother was crossed with a nigger). … Well, this combination of Jewish and Germanic stock with the negroid basic substance is bound to yield a strange product.” (MECW, Vol. 30, p. 210) Continue reading

Tale of Two Cities


“Number of Gun Stores—184 Dedicated gun stores plus 1500 legal places to buy guns—Wal-Mart, K-Mart, sporting goods, etc.” Anon

“Conclusion: Cold weather causes murders. This is due to climate change.” Ibid

A Tale of Two Cities: Chicago, IL and Houston, TX…

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