Tuesday, November 24, 2009

"Origin Day"

So. They're calling it "Origin Day." After a year filled with Darwinism, we have to be reminded of the 150th anniversary of the publication date of On the Origin of Species. In case anyone forgot, that's the book that helped bring about such slaughterous philosophies as eugenics, abortion, and, oh yeah, Hitler's beliefs, too.

To me, this is a day that shall forever live in infamy.

I propose a toast. I drink to see the death of Evolution and the downfall of the evil it has brought upon our fallen world.

Who will drink with me?

Spencer

10 comments:

Courtney said...

Origin Day?? How about "Brainwashing of America Day"?

I'll drink to the death of evolution - but water for me, please.
~Courtney

olde.fashioned said...

CHEERS!

It just cracks me up to no end on how Evolutionists see something akin to "proof" of Evolution (as in the case of the recent finches study), when in reality they're proven nothing more than the origin of a species...not of life itself and the various kinds...

The Warrior said...

Who said anything about liquor? I won't touch the stuff. Water for us all. :-)

Spencer

olde.fashioned said...

I vote for Martinelli's instead of either liquor or water!!!!! ;-P

duva said...

Whatever you think of Darwin, you can't blame him for eugenics and Hitler. That they in part make use of his theories doesn't make him responsible for them. That's like blaming Fascism on Plato and the Inquisition on Christ...

By the way, I'll take water too. Cheers ;)

fuzzys dad said...

How about some decaf Tea?

The Warrior said...

duva: A man who spent his life degrading human life and advancing the notion that we are nothing more than cleverly arranged masses of sludge should have been able to see what he was to give birth to.

Spencer

duva said...

I've actually seen Darwinists who have a very pronounced respect and even reverence for life and nature but that's another story I guess. I don't put much weight into the idea of all this having developed by chance either.

But my argument still stands, you can't blame a person for the fact that other people later used his/her ideas later for their own atrocities (from what I've heard and read about Darwin, he seems to have been a decent enough man, even though I don't agree with all his assumptions). And besides, I wouldn't think Hitler really needed the evolution, the Nazi ideology was much more complex than that.

olde.fashioned said...

Then where did Hitler get the the whole idea of the "other races" (Jews, blacks, etc.) being inferiour?

duva said...

Well, that had been going on for ages... You should know about it because of the slavery and abuse of the blacks in the US; in Sweden the people in power picked up old Germanic roots with the Göticism already in the 17th century; in the 11th century the Pope preached crusade against a "race from the kingdom of the Persians, an accursed race, a race utterly alienated from God" (Turks) and well... the list goes on. Sure Darwinism might have given a new (and "scientific") argument to those kind of people but it's not like the ideas weren't already there.

And for the THIRD time: you can't blame a person for something that others did in his/her name.