Saturday, June 23, 2007

Prepare to Covenant with the New Dissidents: our kindred spirits must not be ignored or allowed to go silent!

From last year: Former Soviet Dissident Warns For EU Dictatorship | The Brussels Journal
I highly recommend you consider the thoughts of Vladimir Bukovsky, who sees many parallels between the current direction of the EU and the former Soviet Union. The dawning totalitarian nightmare, another product of leftist delusions and existential angst, born of a loss of faith and in search of control, will not just destroy Europe but will inevitably have grave consequences for the rest of the world. Now is the time for all free people to let their leaders know they must actively oppose the growth of the EU state:
This huge edifice of bureaucracy is going to collapse on our heads.
This is why, and I am very frank about it, the sooner we finish with the EU the better. The sooner it collapses the less damage it will have done to us and to other countries. But we have to be quick because the Eurocrats are moving very fast. It will be difficult to defeat them. Today it is still simple. If one million people march on Brussels today these guys will run away to the Bahamas. If tomorrow half of the British population refuses to pay its taxes, nothing will happen and no-one will go to jail. Today you can still do that. But I do not know what the situation will be tomorrow with a fully fledged Europol staffed by former Stasi or Securitate officers. Anything may happen.
Please read the whole thing.

From today's Brussels Journal:
Last week, a German court sentenced a 55-year old Lutheran pastor to one year in jail for “Volksverhetzung” (incitement of the people) because he compared the killing of the unborn in contemporary Germany to the holocaust. Next week, the Council of Europe is going to vote on a resolution imposing Darwinism as Europe’s official ideology. The European governments are asked to fight the expression of creationist opinions, such as young earth and intelligent design theories. According to the Council of Europe these theories are “undemocratic” and “a threat to human rights.”
next Tuesday, the Council of Europe (CoE), Europe’s main human-rights body, will vote on a proposal which advocates the fight against creationism, “young earth” and “intelligent design” in its 47 member states.

According to a report of the CoE’s Parliamentary Assembly, creationists are dangerous “religious fundamentalists” who propagate “forms of religious extremism” and “could become a threat to human rights.” The report adds that the acceptance of the science of evolutionism “is crucial to the future of our societies and our democracies.”

“Creationism, born of the denial of the evolution of species through natural selection, was for a long time an almost exclusively American phenomenon,” the report says.

“Today creationist theories are tending to find their way into Europe and their spread is affecting quite a few Council of Europe member states. […] [T]his is liable to encourage the development of all manner of fundamentalism and extremism, synonymous with attacks of utmost virulence on human rights. The total rejection of science is definitely one of the most serious threats to human rights and civic rights. […] The war on the theory of evolution and on its proponents most often originates in forms of religious extremism which are closely allied to extreme right-wing political movements. The creationist movements possess real political power. The fact of the matter, and this has been exposed on several occasions, is that the advocates of strict creationism are out to replace democracy by theocracy. [...] If we are not careful, the values that are the very essence of the Council of Europe will be under direct threat from creationist fundamentalists.”

According to the CoE report, America and Australia are already on their way towards becoming such undemocratic theocracies where human and civic rights are endangered. Creationism is “well-developed in the English-speaking countries, especially the United States and Australia,” the report states.
What the totalitarian nutcases in the EU don't seem to know, however, is that while creationism may be bad cosmology and biology, for all we know, it is often good anthropology. Judeo-Christian religion remains a far superior way of understanding the human than anything presently on evidence in the halls of the EU. Creationism remembers the likely fact, according to the very credible hypothesis of Generative Anthropology, that the human , as distinct from the animal, must have begun in an originary event, a moment of creation. This is so whether God exists or not. It is the role of religions to remember this event and they draw many humanly important conclusions from it.

If Europeans are to be allowed to think in any way compatible with human realities, the EU must be destroyed.

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