Bradlee Dean Blathers About Evolution

Bradlee Dean Blathers About Evolution February 2, 2012

The incomparably stupid Bradlee Dean’s latest moronic column at the Worldnutdaily displays his ignorance about evolution. He begins with a statement that is clearly true, but not in the way he thinks:

It’s absolutely ridiculous that I would even have to take the time to expose the theory/religion of evolution (and theory it is), but when it affects the outcome of future generations, it must take precedence.

Yes, it is absolutely ridiculous that you would take the time to “expose” evolution. But it’s ridiculous because you’re an ignoramus.

It has been said, “The philosophy of the classroom in one generation will the be philosophy of government in the next.” When people fall in line with the theory of evolution, and with those like Adolf Hitler who kill millions and millions of people because they weren’t quite as evolved, it’s not only terrible, but also very dangerous.

Let me quote from Mein Kampf, in which Adolf Hitler explicitly endorsed creationism and rejected evolution:

Everybody who has the right kind of feeling for his country is solemnly bound, each within his own denomination, to see to it that he is not constantly talking about the Will of God merely from the lips but that in actual fact he fulfils the Will of God and does not allow God’s handiwork to be debased. For it was by the Will of God that men were made of a certain bodily shape, were given their natures and their faculties. Whoever destroys His work wages war against God’s Creation and God’s Will…

Walking about in the garden of Nature, most men have the self-conceit to think that they know everything; yet almost all are blind to one of the outstanding principles that Nature employs in her work. This principle may be called the inner isolation which characterizes each and every living species on this earth.

Even a superficial glance is sufficient to show that all the innumerable forms in which the life-urge of Nature manifests itself are subject to a fundamental law–one may call it an iron law of Nature–which compels the various species to keep within the definite limits of their own life-forms when propagating and multiplying their kind. Each animal mates only with one of its own species. The titmouse cohabits only with the titmouse, the finch with the finch, the stork with the stork, the field-mouse with the field-mouse, the house-mouse with the house-mouse, the wolf with the she-wolf, etc…

From where do we get the right to believe, that from the very beginning Man was not what he is today? Looking at Nature tells us that in the realm of plants and animals changes and developments happen. But nowhere inside a kind shows such a development as the breadth of the jump, as Man must supposedly have made, if he has developed from an ape-like state to what he is today.

So much for that.

As a matter of fact, until 1962, there were only 2,000 to 3,000 words mentioning the theory/religion of evolution in school textbooks. Conveniently, in 1962 the Supreme Court ruled to take prayer out of schools, thus removing God (the Giver of law and Foundation of our constitutional republic) and ignoring the 97 percent of Americans who wanted to leave America’s Christian heritage alone. The outcome? America’s public schools exploded the discussion of evolution in textbooks from 3,000 words to 33,000-plus words.

Wrong. The school prayer ruling had nothing to do with evolution. It was the 1968 ruling in Epperson v Arkansas that overturned state laws forbidding the teaching of evolution that changed that.

Besides this, Charles Darwin himself didn’t believe his theory would stand up to the light of truth. He said in his book “The Origin of Species,” “If it could be demonstrated that an organ exists, which could not have been formed by numerous, successive, slight modifications, my theory would absolutely break down.” If that’s the case, Charlie, what is the basis for any of your theories? There isn’t one.

What a fucking moron.

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