Theory of Evolution Added To Atheism Equals Communism
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#1 Jul 11, 2012
The theory of evolution played a prominent role in regards to atheistic communism. Communists, in particular Stalinists, favored a version of Lamarckism called Lysenkoism developed by the atheist Trofim Denisovich Lysenko. Lysenkoism resulted in the imprisonment and execution of many geneticists for their bourgeois science. Agricultural policies based on Lysenkoism that were adopted under Stalin and Mao caused famines and the death of millions.
“Communism also took evolution to its logical conclusion. If everything just evolved from ‘natural law,’ then man’s opinion, not God’s Word, determines what is right and wrong regardless of how many must die to bring in a socialist paradise. Communism’s death toll far outranks the Nazis’—probably more than 90 million worldwide.
Lenin, the ‘father’ of the Russian revolution, perfected the science of mass killings, and total, merciless brutality as the ultimate method of political control. Evolution was the chief tool used to brainwash communism’s masses into ‘scientific atheism.’ If everything just evolved, then everything is at the whim of the most powerful, and there is no Maker to whom to be answerable. Hence Stalin’s belief that killing millions of people was no worse than mowing your lawn (grass is our cousin in evolutionary doctrine).
Mao’s reign of terror and lies resulted in the deaths of tens of millions. It is no coincidence that his two favorite books were by the evolutionists Darwin and Huxley. With millions dying from his forced famine, his physician records that Mao said,‘We have so many people we can afford to lose a few.’ His successors have since persecuted and killed hundreds of thousands more.
#2 Jul 11, 2012
#3 Jul 15, 2012
if you believe in evolution then why are there still apes?
#4 Jul 23, 2012
Hmm Evolution could be true. But I do not believe I came from a monkey or a fish or anything like that. For I am a human, as are my parents and other relatives. However, I do believe we can adapt to what ever environment we are in. And in a scene evolution may take place in our survival. Nothing extream like turning from a monkey or an ape into a human. Just small things. Like our scenes being heightened, and being able to move around better. Get it? lol
#5 Jul 23, 2012
"Why shouldn't we, the gods, have the right to break into a van that some m********r left in the middle of nowhere?!"
On the day of the massacre, Harris wore a white T-shirt with the words "Natural selection" printed in black.
"He doesn't deserve the jaw evolution gave him."
"I am the law, judge and executioner. There is no higher authority than me."
"I am just a normal anarchist that believes in natural selection…The animals live that way, why won't the humans. We are animals after all…Law is the opinion of the "higher in power"…That's why you should take control of your own life. Live in anarchy."
Since: Apr 10
#6 Jul 23, 2012
If you believe that Europeans settled North America, why are there still Europeans?
#7 Jul 24, 2012
They don't believe humans evolved from apes, at least not the kind of apes there are today. They believe apes like gorillas and chimpanzees share a common ancestor with humans. So the answer to your question, from their perspective, would be, There are still apes because not all lineages from the common ancestor share the same evolutionary path.
But you also have to remember that these people believe they are apes. Like Richard Dawkins said, "We admit that we are like apes, but we seldom realize that we are apes."
#8 Jul 24, 2012
Yeah. The type of evolution you're talking about is easily observable in nature. You're talking real science.
But you'll never observe one kind of animal evolving into another kind of animal. That's Darwinian pseudoscience. A worldview and a faith.
#9 Jul 25, 2012
That is idiotic leap in logic. Migration isn't evolution nor does it cause evolution.
Once could exist if there are abortions why weren't you aborted?
The gene pool would have been better off had it taken place in your case
#10 Jul 25, 2012
All the skulls they say are human or pre-human are never found complete. They find fragments of them over a wide area at different geological levels and strata, put them together with wood putty into whatever combination they wish and claim all the pieces are from the same creature or group of similar creatures.
Give me the putty and fragments - let me pick and choose - and I bet I could make the case humans evolved from something like a preying mantis....lol..
Then the artist comes along and draws an ape like person from the put together putty man when what few bones are there show nothing as to what kind of skin was on it, what color and type of hair was on it, what kind of muscles mass was on it, what the eye color was, the shape of the ears or the fleshy shape of the nose, mouth, and eyebrows.
It's all made up on fragments and fantasy.
A lot of the bone is often crushed and distorted.
What they NEVER find are the ankles and feet - which really tells you how something walked - and again what they do find could be from a Chimp, an Ape, an Orangutang, possibly a man or woman, or even a dog for all they know...
It's creative art at best with a claim for headlines and an excuse to get more funding to keep themselves working while getting rich writing bullshit they invent along the way.
EVOLUTION ISN'T THERE IN ANY SOLID FORMAT AND THE FOSSIL RECORD DOES NOT SUPPORT IT - ANYWHERE....
#11 Jul 25, 2012
What they like to point to is a Chihuahua and Saint Bernard and say see there is evolution.
It isn't. It is what exists in the DNA variables which control size and hair, etc.
They are both dogs. They remain dogs. A chihuahua can make a St. Bernard pregnant and vice-a-versus, and the offspring will still be a dog.
Using the logic of the same ancestor and one not evolving is ludicrous. Just because something has a similar physical structure doesn't mean it came from a similar organism.
How many creatures have 4 legs? Does that mean all mammals and all animals came from the same 4 legged toad-hopper? Hardly...
Birds have two legs - does that mean it sprang from the same ape-creature-grand-daddy?
Of course not.
Most animal life has 4 legs for the same reason nearly every animal with the exclusion of one or two has 7 vertebra in its neck (including us)- because that is what worked best and if it isn't broke you don't need to fix it.
God created what worked not what would not work - each to its specific function and need in world.
He created the grass eaters to eat grass (look at the size of a horse or elephant) but let us try to live off the same grass and we would dead in short order.
Everything in the world has its place - squirrels love to eat poison ivy but it makes us miserable...lol - and everything when left alone remains in balance. That kind of diversity of life does not happen from random accidents.
For a simple life form of 200 gnomes to mutate into something else would take trillions of mutations. The odds of something surviving one mutation is astronomical.
Cancer is a mutation and it kills - Now think about something far more complex that a 200 genome organism like humans or any animal. It would take hundreds of millions of trillions of mutations. And it would have to happen to more than identical species and they would all have to live through it over and over...
It just isn't probable let alone possible.. There isn't enough time in this world (based upon the 10 billion years or so old they say it is) for one of these mutations to be successful let alone hundreds of thousands or even trillions of them.
God with an intelligent design is much easier to believe than fantasy monkey men.
#12 Jul 25, 2012
Using your logic means I should shoot you and we all can eat your for dinner?
#13 Jul 25, 2012
You would find mass murder entertaining.
The white coats are outside your door again - better hide under your bed. Its time for your Thorazine injection.
Since: Jul 12
#14 Jul 25, 2012
#15 Jul 25, 2012
I'm not a fork or a butter knife, but I'll keep that in mind the next time I use one...
#16 Jul 29, 2012
Thanks. duke. FYI, out of necessity, psychotropics are sometimes injected today. Your relative takes that one? Didn't mean to expose that, huh?
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