The purpose of this article is to show you why other human beings will make a different choice than you, even with the same information. With any luck, it will give you some insight into the complexity of human decision-making, and enable you to respect, rather than belittle, the choices that other people make.
Before we know it, in our vain pursuit of “liberty” from Christianity, we’ll have shaped for ourselves a society ripe for tyranny.
“…social justice is a redefinition of justice. Justice needs no qualifier, only application.”
While ignorance is bliss indeed, something far more dangerous is a society that builds itself upon the illusion of knowledge.
“This idea of propaganda is real, and it gets to you. We live in a time now where the media is pouring propaganda into people’s homes; slanders and lies are being accepted as truths.”
“The slave society has increasingly one answer to all problems: more regulations — or more slavery.”
“I am genuinely surprised at how far we have been willing to go to obey the government and I think it is critical to ask the question: ‘At which point will I disobey?'”
“To say that the West only got as powerful as it did because of slavery, is also wrong, because other empires were engaged in slavery, many to a much higher level and yet the West outstripped them.”
“If we don’t have confidence in Australia’s elections, we cannot be sure that the government in power was duly elected by the people and is actually representing the interests of Australia’s citizens.”
“Even if one grants that a person can change their gender, it’s still absurd to think that such a person should be able to compete against biological females if they were born a biological male.”
The ideal environment for man and animal was not in a jungle, not in a forest, not in a wilderness, but in a garden.
“So here is my mea culpa on free speech, I was wrong to ever defend it.”
“There are certainly times and circumstances to apologise and make amends for collective sins. But it’s a currency that risks being devalued if people use it to shift the blame elsewhere in order to regain their own moral high ground on the issues of the day.”
Many on the Left are so far up their own version of racial purity, and “moral superiority”, that they can’t grasp the fact that they are creating the very thing their anti-white racism fears the most. Then again, perhaps that’s the plan? Manufacture an enemy, and exaggerate the threat, in order to maintain political power, and social relevance?
Could Rudd’s hypocrisy be any more blatant? He condemns Scott Morrison for bringing “religion” into politics but was not averse to using God in his 2006-2007 election campaign.
“The only way to separate religion and politics in a country with millions of religionists, and many who wish to go into politics or political lobbying, is basically by removing the civil rights of religious people, and removing any possibility that they can have any influence in politics at all.”
Significantly, the vast majority of Aboriginal deaths in custody are experienced by those with pre-existing health conditions, rather than anything to do with police violence or ‘systemic racism’.
The highlight from this story is the Japanese salvage team. In particular, they used metal from the wrecks to forge crosses “as a sign of peace and reconciliation.”
“He never marshaled an army, nor drafted a soldier, nor fired a gun; and yet no leader ever had more volunteers who have, under His orders, made more rebels stack arms and surrender without a shot fired.”
Is it ever right to disobey the state? If so, when and why? Is there a right to rebel against authority?