In my message last week, as a side note, I said that Darwinism is racist.
Evolutionists are often shocked and appalled by any statement that puts their hero, Charles Darwin, in a negative light. Indeed, evolution is so universally present and all-pervasive it is similar to poison in our processed food - it is so ever-present that nearly everyone simply accepts it without question, even though it can kill you. Indeed, public school, university, virtually all scientific disciplines, the media, science fiction movies and TV shows, and the popular culture generally, seems to have faith in Darwinian evolution as foundational gospel truth that is beyond question.
I use that term 'faith' because Darwinism is more religion than science, requiring blind faith on an order that rivals the Pope. As a point of fact, even the Pope, according to his own statements, has accepted evolution. Darwinism is the religion that has supplanted Christianity in the 21st century.
Evolution has, admittedly, achieved and continues to promote, an astonishing amount of acceptance by the majority of the public. For many, that is the only necessary test. If the majority believe it then they will believe it too.
Why? Because to do otherwise causes problems. Scientists must accept it, or at least not oppose it, or face losing their career. Professors who oppose evolution will lose their position. Students who don't go along will face ridicule and may find it hard to get a job in their chosen field when they graduate.
Besides, all those people can't be wrong, can they?
Actually, the majority of people can be wrong - and often are.
The evolutionists like to tell us that most of the world used to believe the world is flat. That claim is questionable, but to the extent it is true it should prove to evolutionists that the majority opinion can be wrong - meaning the evolution theory could be wrong too.
This brings me back to my comment that launched all this:
Darwinism is racist. It is also elitist. Not to mention amoral. All of this is indisputably part of the historic record, no matter how much evolutionists may want to change history. Yes, the historic documentation is there, though suppressed, exposing Darwinism for the racist, elitist, amoral doctrine that it is and has always been. Darwinism has been the elitist excuse for some of the worst mass crimes of history. All of these are reasons why moral and reasonable men should have rejected Darwinism a hundred and fifty years ago.
Why then, is Darwinism still with us in the 21st century? The answer is this:
It is the only "scientific" theory available that claims to eliminate God. There is no other.
With no God their is no accountability to God - and that is what the elite of this world want.
Why? Simple. They don't want any competition.
That is why the elite of this world have always been the protectors, proponents and principle beneficiaries of the Darwinian deception. It serves their interests, so they have promoted it for 150 years, right down to our day.
Tsiyon Partners, Join me tonight at 8 PM CST at Tsiyon.Net. Consider the evidence for what I call, the monstrosity of Darwinism, and free your mind.
WARNING! - Tonight's presentation will include documentation of ugly racist statements and concepts that expose the racist origin and nature of Darwinism. While we find these ugly racist statements and concepts to be nauseating, we cannot effectively slay this gruesome dragon without bringing forth this evidence. I regret that just considering the evidence itself may be hurtful to the sensibilities of some, especially our brothers and sisters from ethnic minorities and children. I leave it to each of you to decide how you wish to approach this presentation, if at all.
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Obama hands Syria over to Putin
Reprint: DEBKAfile Exclusive Report September 10, 2016
The Syrian cease-fire agreement that US Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov announced Friday night, September 9, in Geneva hands Syrian affairs over to Russia’s President Vladimir Putin and the country’s military.
The accord marked a sharp reversal for Washington. In his meeting with Putin in China last week, US President Barack Obama did not agree to those steps for the simple reason that such an agreement would be in line with the policy and stance of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, not those of the Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Trump suggested several months ago that the US should let Putin finish the war in Syria, asserting that the Russian leader would be able to do it better.
Under the current situation it is no wonder that Kerry and Lavrov agreed not to release the details of the agreement. Publication of the details would reveal that the rebels in the Aleppo area, and perhaps in all of Syria, have been abandoned.
The Syrian rebels now find themselves trapped by both the Russian-Turkish agreement and the Russian-US agreement, with a noose seemingly closing around them.
Meanwhile, on Friday, debkafile released the following report:
The fledgling “initiatives” reverberating this week in Washington, Moscow, Ankara, Jerusalem and the G20 summit were nothing but distractions from the quiet deals struck by two lead players, Russia and Turkey to seize control of the region’s affairs. Recep Tayyip Erdogan knew nothing would come of his offer on the G20 sidelines to US President Barack Obama to team up for a joint operation to evict ISIS from Raqqa. And, although Moscow was keen on hosting the first handshake in almost a decade between Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and the Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen), neither were known to be ready for the last step toward a meeting.
But the game-changing events to watch out for took place in Hangzhou without fanfare – namely, the Obama-Putin talks and the far more fruitful encounter between Putin and Erdogan.
According to debkafile’s intelligence and Mid East sources, Putin virtually shut the door on further cooperation with the United States in Syria. He highhandedly informed Obama that he now holds all the high cards for controlling the Syrian conflict, whereas Washington was just about out of the game.
Putin picked up the last cards, our sources disclose, in a secret deal with Erdogan for Russian-Turkish collaboration in charting the next steps in the Middle East.
The G20 therefore, instead of promoting new US-Russian understanding, gave the impetus to a new Russian-Turkish partnership.
Erdogan raked in instant winnings: Before he left China, he had pocketed Putin’s nod to grab a nice, 4,000-sq.km slice of northern Syria, as a “security zone” under the control of the Turkish army and air force, with Russian non-interference guaranteed.
This Turkish zone would include the Syrian towns of Jarablus, Manjib, Azaz and Al-Bab.
Ankara would reciprocate by withdrawing its support from the pro-US and pro-Saudi rebel groups fighting the Assad army and its allies in the area north of Aleppo.
Turkey’s concession gave Putin a
selling-point to buy the Syrian ruler assent to Erdogan’s project. Ankara’s
selling-point to the West was that the planned security zone would provide a
safe haven for Syrian refugees and draw off some of the outflow perturbing
It now turns out that, just as the Americans sold the Syrian Kurds down the river to Turkey (when Vice President Joe Biden last month ordered them to withdraw from their lands to the eastern bank of the Euphrates River or lose US support), so too are the Turks now dropping the Syrian rebels they supported in the mud by re-branding them as “terrorists.”
The head of this NATO nation has moreover gone behind America’s back for a deal with the Russian ruler on how to proceed with the next steps of the Syrian conflict.
Therefore, when US Secretary of State John Kerry met Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Geneva Thursday and Friday, Sept. 8-9, for their sixth and seventh abortive sit-downs on the Syrian issue, there was not much left for them to discuss, aside from continuing to coordinate their air traffic over Syria and the eastern Mediterranean.
Washington and Moscow are alike fearful of an accidental collision in the sky in the current inflammable state of relations between the two powers.
As a gesture of warning, a Russian SU-25 fighter jet Tuesday, Sept 6, intercepted a US Navy P8 plane flying on an international route over the Black Sea. When the Russian jet came as close as 12 feet, the US pilots sent out emergency signals - in vain, because the Russian plane’s transponder was switched off. The American plane ended up changing course.
Amid these anomalies, Moscow pressed ahead with preparations to set up a meeting between the Israeli and Palestinian leaders, as the Russian Foreign Ministry announced Thursday.
Putin is keen to succeed where the Obama administration failed. John Kerry abandoned his last effort at peacemaking as a flop two years ago. But it is hard to see Netanyahu or Abu Mazen rushing to play along with the Russian leader’s plan to demean the US president in the last months of his tenure - especially when no one can tell who will win the November 8 presidential election – Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump – or what policies either will pursue.
All the region’s actors will no doubt be watching closely to see how Turkey’s “Russian track” plays out and how long the inveterate opportunists can hang together.
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