Thursday, February 12th, 2009...11:12 pm

A date that will live in infamy

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Today marks the 200th anniversary of the births of Abraham Lincoln, and Charles Darwin.  These are two of my least favorite human beings ever, and the fact that they were both born on February 12, 1809 makes that one of my least favorite dates.

Abraham Lincoln is the preeminent politician of modernity.  He was such a skillful, slick politician that nearly 150 years after his reign of terror, he still has the majority of the world fooled.  Lincoln wanted a war so he could consolidate power.  Every nefarious, warmongering assault on liberty and justice that the Bush/Cheney regime was guilty of pales in comparison to Lincoln.  Lincoln had a tremendous influence on the bloodthirsty 20th century totalitarian tyrants.  They learned from the master how to implement total war, curtail civil liberties, silence the opposition, maneuver themselves into wars, and increase their political power.  He ranks as my all time least favorite U.S. President.

Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution provided unbelievers an alternative to the creation account that had a façade of being “scientific.”  The implications of his entirely bogus and completely unscientific assertions led to a devaluation of human life that produced the unprecedented body count of the 20th century.  Darwin’s theories were thoroughly discredited shortly after his publication of On the Origin of Species, etc. but the truth never really mattered.  Evolution has always been about public relations and propaganda.  The evolutionists must run to the State to enforce and mandate the propagation of their theory because they know they can’t win honest debates.  Darwin wouldn’t have attained the fame he did unless T. H. Huxley shamelessly pimped his theory.  To this day the evolutionists use politics and manipulation to maintain their stranglehold on academia.  People who are critical of The Theory (all hail) had better keep their mouths shut or they will be denied teaching jobs, admission to graduate schools, professorships, research grants, and tenure.  The body count continues to rise, and the only reason people hold to The Theory is so they can delude themselves into thinking they have an intellectual reason for not submitting to the Lordship of Jesus Christ.

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  • Hi Michael. I was surfing around and come upon your site. I appreciate all the hard work you’ve done here. A couple comments. I totally agree the ole King Lincoln is not quite the god-like figure he’s made out to be. There’s no question in my mind, that’s he the most inaccurately mythologised president in US history. There’s not even a close second. While I can certainly understand Boothe’s motivation for shooting Lincoln in the head (who doesn’t want to shoot a tyrant?), this assasination is part of the reason Lincoln’s life has taken on a fantasy-land rendition. We can only speculate how the media, politicians, and academia would have recorded the history of the despot Lincoln if he lived out his life instead of being killed on the job.

    Again, appreciate the website. I’ll check in again soon !


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