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Monday, May 28, 2018

Dawkins Syndrome

Apparently my hypothesis that atheism is a mild form of autism was correct, but didn't go anywhere nearly far enough. Scientists are determining that atheists are mutants who are literally unfit in a variety of ways.
Until the Industrial Revolution, we were under harsh conditions of Darwinian Selection, meaning that about 40% of children died before they reached adulthood. These children would have been those who had mutant genes, leading to poor immune systems and death from childhood diseases. But they would also have had mutant genes affecting the mind. This is because the brain, home to 84% of the genome, is extraordinarily sensitive to mutation, so mental and physical mutation robustly correlate. If these children had grown up, they might have had autism, schizophrenia, depression… but they had poor immune systems, so they never had the chance.

Under these conditions, prevalent until the nineteenth century, we were individually selected for but we were also “group selected” for. Ethnic groups are simply a genetic extended family and some groups fared better against the environment and enemy groups than others did, due to the kind of partly genetic psychological adaptations they developed.

Among these, the authors argue, was a very specific kind of religiosity which developed in all complex societies: the collective worship of gods concerned with morality. Belief in these kinds of gods was selected for, they maintain, because once we developed cities we had to deal with strangers—people who weren’t part of our extended family. By conceiving of a god who demanded moral behaviour towards other believers, people were compelled to cooperate with these strangers, meaning that large, highly cooperative groups could develop.

Computer models have proven that the more internally cooperative group—which is also hostile to infidel outsiders—wins the battle of group selection [The Evolutionary Dominance of Ethnocentric Cooperation. Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation by Max Hartshorn, June 2013]. This very specific kind of religiousness was selected for and, indeed, it correlates with positive and negative ethnocentrism even today.

The authors demonstrate that this kind of religiousness has clearly been selected for in itself. It is about 40% genetic according to twin studies, it is associated with strongly elevated fertility, it can be traced to activity in specific regions of the brain, and it is associated with elevated health: all the key markers that something has been selected for.

And it is from here that the authors make the leap that has made SJW blood boil. Drawing on research by Michael Woodley of Menie and his team (see here and here)they argue that conditions of Darwinian selection have now massively weakened, leading to a huge rise in people with damaging mutations. This is evidenced in increasing rates of autism, schizophrenia, homosexuality, sex-dysmorphia, left-handedness, asymmetrical bodies and much else. These are all indicators of mutant genes.

Woodley suggests that weakened Darwinian selection would have led to the spread of “spiteful mutations” of the mind, which would help to destroy the increasingly physically and mentally sick group, even influencing the non-carriers to behave against their genetic interests, as carriers would help undermine the structures through which members learnt adaptive behaviour.

This is exactly what happened in the infamous Mouse Utopia experiment in the late 1960s, where a colony of mice was placed in conditions of zero Darwinian selection and eventually died out. [Death squared: The explosive growth and demise of a mouse population. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, January 1973(PDF)].

So Dutton and his team argue that, this being the case, deviation from this very specific form of religiousness—the collective worship of moral gods in which almost everyone engaged in 1800—should be associated with these markers of mutation. In other words, both atheists and those interested in spirituality with no moral gods (such as the paranormal) should be disproportionately mutants.

And this is precisely what they show. Poor physical and mental health are both significantly genetic and imply high mutational load. Dutton and his team demonstrate that this specific form of religiousness, when controlling for key factors such as SES, predicts much better objective mental and physical health, recovery from illness, and longevity than atheism.

It’s generally believed that religiousness makes you healthier because it makes you worry less and elevates your mood, but they turn this view on its head, showing that religious worshippers are more likely to carry gene forms associated with being low in anxiety. Schizophrenia, they show, is associated with extreme and anti-social religiosity, rather than collective worship. Similarly, belief in the paranormal is predicted by schizophrenia, and this is a marker of genetic mutation.

Next, they test autism, another widely accepted marker of mutation, as evidenced by the fact that it’s more common among the children of older men, whose fathers are prone to mutant sperm. Autism predicts atheism.
The good news is that once times get difficult again, atheism will again recede in both quantities and virulence. The bad news is that we are going to have to try to treat people born with what I suggest we call "Dawkins Syndrome" with a little more sympathy, since they probably can't help their lack of belief or behavior much more than those born with Downe's Syndrome.

How fortunate that those born with Dawkins Syndrome are so highly rational and inclined to put perfect faith in science. Surely they will accept these new scientific discoveries about their condition with grace and aplomb.

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105 Comments:

Blogger Phillip George May 28, 2018 4:55 AM  

The goodnews is the Pentagon are working on a vaccine against white conservative protestants.
Do people with Dawkins Syndrome gravitate to the DOD?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2buw8ACwwA

I reckon the leak is genuine. Just hold your next flu shot up to a DNA data base before you accept it. Oh, wait, that's not in national security interests.

Blogger tublecane May 28, 2018 4:57 AM  

What truly irks me about such people is that they act as if everyone else is sick. Dawkins literally thinks of religion as a virus that people "catch." Yes, the vast majority of people in human history have been viral. You are the one of the few lucky, healthy ones, Dick.

Yet, as I was saying in another thread, Dawkins lives in and benefits from a civilization built upon Christianity. More than that, nearly all of his ideas derive from Christianity directly or indirectly. Not that I bring it up to call him an ingrate.

According to Dawkinsology, Dawkins himself is "possessed" (as Peterson might say) by malign religious ideas. Meaning he has the virtues, too, though a weaker strain of it.

Blogger Looking Glass May 28, 2018 5:17 AM  

If you took the sub-set of hard-core atheists and looked at other types of dysfunction, I'm sure it's possible to even dig down into where the structural problems are.

The thought that came to mind is that it's a bit like Night Blindness. Someone can be otherwise normal, but, in a specific situation, they are blind to realities. In this case, it'd be about associative mental connections, rather than annoying physical disability in the eyes. The Atheist ends up an utterly massive narcissist due to the need to reinforce their segmentation from the community.

Hmm... it's probably a malformation that moves a mental structure to heavily bias thought in a specific direction, end up with a lack in the other direction. In the Abstract vs Concrete cognition, the Atheist is almost completely devoid of the ability to handle the Abstract. (Which explains why Vox has found the "New Atheists" to be such shallow & shoddy thinkers: they can't abstract properly from their own sense of self.)

You could probably tease this out via pattern recognition tasks. I have a hunch there would be a gaping hole in their ability to intuit certain patterns.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine May 28, 2018 5:23 AM  

Less worried about the Atheists, more on guard for incoming false prophet, personally.

Give it five to ten years and we're quite ripe for another round in that attempt.

It is good that if you survive artifice-max health and sanity trend up again.

Blogger VD May 28, 2018 5:26 AM  

Less worried about the Atheists, more on guard for incoming false prophet, personally.

See: Jordan Peterson.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine May 28, 2018 5:28 AM  

OOARTS tend to indicate this will be far from the first artificial-max collapse.

Blogger Felix Bellator May 28, 2018 5:29 AM  

Is there a heritable hygiene component to this as well? Along the lines speculated by Stephenson in Snowcrash where some religions moral behaviors avoid mutation causing organisms and pathogens that generate negative behaviors (like syphilis)?

Blogger Looking Glass May 28, 2018 5:46 AM  

@7 Felix Bellator

Mosaic cleanliness laws changed a lot. And think of Daniel & friends' experience when they went vegetarian in Bablyon. How bad was that food?

Blogger Lovekraft May 28, 2018 5:55 AM  

"Dawkins Syndrome" - now that is some good stuff.

From article: "has made SJW blood boil" Isn't that what this is really all about? Exposing the marxist degenerates that we are onto their rackets?

I wonder how this article could be applied to someone like Obama and other muslims who have an inability to consider their holy book may be nothing more than a Political Conquer Instruction Manual.

Blogger Lovekraft May 28, 2018 5:58 AM  

@ 4 Azure:

https://paleofuture.gizmodo.com/wild-wild-country-is-the-best-documentary-about-a-homic-1823700550

Blogger Anno Ruse May 28, 2018 6:01 AM  

"Atheists are literal mutants - broken humans with no hope of redemption - and this makes me happy."

Such a Christian attitude, Evil Lord of Evil.

I know that Christianity is good for civilization, but I wouldn't know it from reading this blog. You're an arrogant asshole like every atheist out there. I don't know what Christianity does for you.

Blogger Samuel Nock May 28, 2018 6:04 AM  

Speaking of All Your Memes Are Belong to Us:

"I fucking love science!"

Blogger My Dead Gramps May 28, 2018 6:05 AM  

I'm a left handed, bisexual, high anxiety atheist, complete with borderline spergy antisocial tendencies. I also bear more than a passing facial resemblance to David Hogg/Elliot Rodgers.


I appreciate the irony of Vox of all people spelling out for me that evolution's a bitch.


Side note, why is it that is overwhelmingly woman who go for the paranormal hocus pocus? e.g. talking to the dead, psychics, fortune telling, etc?

Blogger Azure Amaranthine May 28, 2018 6:20 AM  

"why is it that is overwhelmingly woman who go for the paranormal hocus pocus? e.g. talking to the dead, psychics, fortune telling, etc?"

Neuroticism. Also somewhat to the point, hysteria.

I would just call mysticism in general their inclination. Magical thinking so they have something to say when they lose track on more male-dominant intellectual topics.

Blogger Duke Norfolk May 28, 2018 6:20 AM  

Wicked burn. I can hear heads exploding. Heh.

We are truly degenerating, in so many ways.

Blogger Duke Norfolk May 28, 2018 6:37 AM  

The final sentence in the linked article is high shitlord-ism:

"But perhaps there is some good news. It’s quite clear from the Mouse Utopia experiments that if the mutants are removed, then the society will recover."

Blogger Azure Amaranthine May 28, 2018 6:58 AM  

Lovekraft, yep, seen them before. That's somewhere around what I'd categorize (my own categories) as tier four or five, as is JBP.

Tier three is our friends like L. Ron Hubbard and Joseph Smith. Their cultists have taken serious, material shots at being something like Mohammad 2.0.

Tier two is older pals like Mohammad (if he existed) and Isaac the Blind, or whoever the heck is at the bottom of the Cabals that did the most prominent/recent revamp of Babylonian mysticism, AKA Kabbalah and the Talmud circa 1150-1300.

Tier one would be the big one. I'd guess elements of pre-Babylonian Luciferianism (and I mean antediluvian-style) "resurrected" from a merger of Islam, Neo-Pharisaism, a heretical/anathema form of Catholicism, and possibly several others such as Humanism.

I expect it to be something that would make Lovecraft wet himself, wearing a glowing, splendidly tailored, downy-soft literal skinsuit (under the radar) and accompanied by transcendent music.

Blogger Rickaby007 May 28, 2018 7:12 AM  

>https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/schizophrenia/symptoms-causes/syc-20354443
>Schizophrenia is a serious mental disorder in which people interpret reality abnormally. Schizophrenia may result in some combination of hallucinations, delusions, and extremely disordered thinking and behavior that impairs daily functioning, and can be disabling.

So, leftists are schizophrenic.

Blogger Rickaby007 May 28, 2018 7:20 AM  

@12 >Side note, why is it that is overwhelmingly woman who go for the paranormal hocus pocus? e.g. talking to the dead, psychics, fortune telling, etc?

Probably because it's more emotionally gripping than other stuff and more congruent for people with higher rates of solipsism (women).

Blogger Michael O'Duibhir May 28, 2018 7:40 AM  

"How fortunate that those born with Dawkins Syndrome are so highly rational and inclined to put perfect faith in science."

Well, not when science points them in the direction of the Supreme Being. Richard Dawkins is a master of the esoterica of unbelief. Zeal for the House of Atheism consumes him, unfailingly. He is likely the most religious man on the planet.

Blogger Robert What? May 28, 2018 7:48 AM  

I'm a Christian, but I wonder: are atheists truly more prone to what a Christian would call "immoral behavior" than a Christian Is? Is Dawkins truly more prone to immoral behavior than a religious Christian?

Blogger Wanderer May 28, 2018 7:53 AM  

>homosexuality
>genetic

Hmmm... not sure about that

Blogger S'mon May 28, 2018 8:07 AM  

One would need to look at relative reproduction rates to make the claim. My suspicion is that natural selection against atheism etc was unusually weak ca 1800 to 1960 but the pill and contraception may have reasserted it again.

Personally I want my son to marry a Catholic girl from a big family; I am hoping the atheism genes are recessive.

Blogger Wynn Lloyd May 28, 2018 8:08 AM  

Nigga you know the answer to that.
Quit playin ya Hurd?

Blogger Wynn Lloyd May 28, 2018 8:19 AM  

Yet another historically significant thesis coming out of this place. Supported strongly by science.

Trying to explain faith to an atheist is difficult. To a committed, militant atheist with Dawkins Syndrome, I mean.
It's like trying to explain the color orange to s man who was born blind. It's like they don't have the faculty to grasp it.
If that's the case, then we have to pray for their healing. Which may not be possible. But miracles happen.

Blogger Steve May 28, 2018 8:23 AM  

they argue that conditions of Darwinian selection have now massively weakened, leading to a huge rise in people with damaging mutations. This is evidenced in increasing rates of autism, schizophrenia, homosexuality, sex-dysmorphia, left-handedness, asymmetrical bodies and much else. These are all indicators of mutant genes.

I've been wondering about this myself. Anybody who has ever read old books or knew their grandfathers knows that previous generations were considerably tougher and more psychologically and physically robust than ours is.

KIDNAPPED, by Robert Louis Stevenson, starts off with the teenage protagonist undergoing routine physical hardships that would be unimaginable to today's teens or adults - and this is when David Balfour is taking a pleasant jaunt through lowland Scotland, well before the kidnappers show up.

My own great grandfather was an illiterate coal miner who started work aged 10, was a prize fighter in his off hours, fathered six kids and won a medal for bravery in the trenches of WW1. He was a hard man, but not an extraordinary one - there were millions like him at Ypres.

Obviously nurture plays a role in the sad, gay, Eloification of our people - for example, I work in an office and dislike coal mining, being punched, and fighting in world wars. I reckon I'd struggle with stabbing a pickelhaubered Bosch to death in a chlorine and rat-filled ditch.

But I reckon nature has a hand in this too. A couple of years ago the Guardian reported that 250,000 IVF babies had been born in the UK.

While I'm sure we're all glad to have our scientifically-assisted pals among us, cheating nature comes at a cost. Here's one of them:

Children conceived through fertility treatment like IVF are one third more likely to have psychiatric problems such as autism or schizophrenia than those born naturally, research suggests.

The physical health of IVF kids is also significantly worse - twice as bad - as children conceived the old fashioned way. IVF is no doubt just part of the story, but it's a non-trivial part.

I have never before seen as many misshapen weaklings and triple-chinned perverts as now roam the earth like a herd of David Gerrolds.

Whatever the proportions of nature/nurture turn out to be, the clear and obvious solution is to gas the Tumblrinas, eugenics war now.

Blogger Doktor Jeep May 28, 2018 8:30 AM  

I was under the impression that atheism causes autism.
As for the homosexuality and trannyism, there is still much evidence that abuse or sexual trauma lead to those. Though trannyism might be more of a collective abuse than the individual abuse often occurring in the account described by gay men. The real genetic element in trannyism might be the "manlet" issue, men who are so poorly developed as males do to what appears to be genetics, combined with a misandric matriarchy, drives manlets to become women. That is, they will never feel like a man among other men, and women are hard wired against manlets (in much the same way men are typically averse to fat women), plus the "official status" of being male means being crapped on, on top of all that, they make the decision to transition. Even to a non manlet this strikes as a ridiculous solution, but the mind of the manlet is also poorly developed. Note this is not even tranny of course. I also think, based on what I read, that a lot of young fellows are so gamma-ized they fall under the notion that the only way they are going to get a so-called "sexy piece of ass" is to shave their own and put on some panties and wank. This too seems an unreasonable conclusion but where is reason having to do with much in post-modernity? We have an obesity epidemic with women plus in an area of high immigrant influx and alien "ugly" (cross cultural ugly) it might actually seem to the black pill leaning gamma that all hope is lost. But what these pseudo AGP types end up doing in their masturbatory habits, pkus the negative effects of porn if applicable, is end up replacing their natural desire for sex or what could be the occurrence of normal sexual thoughts that appear throughout the day, into desires to become a girl. Then the society comes into play, more than happy to churn out another freak complete with victim card.
(On a side note, the powerful behavioral conditioning that occurs around sex, and the mental effects of porn, makes one fully understand that one of the only thing gover mentioned has done right is make kiddy porn very illegal. Too bad pedos now run it.)

Blogger Mr.MantraMan May 28, 2018 8:34 AM  

Think of the mental gymnastics those university sheltered twinks must go thru, first of all Equality must be their first commandment but then think of themselves superior to one specific small in numbers demographic (white hillbilly conservatives or something along that lines) while exhorting the glorious people of color, billions of them with all their religions and seemingly cultural backwardness.

Blogger Robert What? May 28, 2018 8:46 AM  

No comprendo.

Blogger Doktor Jeep May 28, 2018 8:50 AM  

It's worse.
Cancer in children was rare when I was a kid 40 years ago.
But I bet if we put a chart of deleterious genetic results, like cancer and autism, alongside the chart of "average age women start to have children ", we will see a correlation.
Always take note of the argument we are "allowed" to have over the ones we should be having. The big argument over causes of autism is vaccines. But notice how that argument never goes anywhere? Notice how the media dutifully hides it, while the courts ocassionally throw us a bone or not. This is done on purpose. How do you kill an argument? Put another in its place that seems plausible but spitefully keep it in limbo to get people in a froth over it.
While injecting babies with lots of vaccines full of heavy metals cannot be healthy, the real cause of autism and what appears to be a host of other issues is women being on birth control (hormones ) for more than a decade then after riding the cock carousel into her 30s decides to "settle for a simp ", as the saying goes, so she can have beta bux to raise her baby.
If the real arguments about birth control and women putting the Sex and the City lifestyle before family can be had, this would be extremely damaging to the leftist movement. Single childless women are a cornerstone of the leftist vote and weaponizat ion of democracy.

Blogger pyrrhus May 28, 2018 8:52 AM  

Children conceived through fertility treatment like IVF are one third more likely to have psychiatric problems such as autism or schizophrenia than those born naturally, research suggests.

Sure. Because infertility implies a higher mutation load in the parents, collectively. IVF should be banned.

Blogger MickDundee May 28, 2018 8:53 AM  

Atheism is practically no different than Judaism. Both are aligned to surpress Christianity.

Blogger Resident Moron™ May 28, 2018 8:56 AM  

@Looking Glass

It’s worse than that. The four horsemen of the darwinian apocalypse ((Greek for Revelation, remember)) hold that religion should be eliminated. Forget the hubris, forget the horrific global persecution that would be required; focus on the fact that these self-proclaimed prophets of reason claim to believe that everything that exists, every aspect of human physiology and psychology ONLY exists because it has “survival value” and can ONLY become widespread (in Space and Time; ie across geographies and generations) IF it has enduring survival value. So these geniuses want to forcibly eliminate the single most pervasive aspect of human culture, which therefore must necessarily be one of the single most survival positive aspects of human culture, in the name of increasing our survivability.

Bloodthirsty hubris is one thing; this level of idiot self-contradiction is something else.

Blogger pyrrhus May 28, 2018 8:57 AM  

I'm a Christian, but I wonder: are atheists truly more prone to what a Christian would call "immoral behavior" than a Christian Is? Is Dawkins truly more prone to immoral behavior than a religious Christian?

Convicted felons are much more atheistic than the general public.

Blogger Harambe May 28, 2018 8:58 AM  

Robert What? wrote:I'm a Christian, but I wonder: are atheists truly more prone to what a Christian would call "immoral behavior" than a Christian Is? Is Dawkins truly more prone to immoral behavior than a religious Christian?

Yes. We're equally vulnerable to temptation, but the atheist has the luxury of updating his terms and conditions on the spot as he sees fit. He's not "bogged down by bronze-aged superstitions" and all that. So if he wants to make the sex to a 12 year old, he'll just go "there is no biological reason to not make sex to a 12 year old because she has started to grow hair so obviously she's ready to breed" and that's the end of that. The Christian would have that whole "don't make the sex if you don't want to marry her" thing holding him back.

Blogger Resident Moron™ May 28, 2018 8:59 AM  

And WHY do they want to do this? Because reasons?

No - because the God they don’t believe in isn’t very nice, and some of his adherents were mean to them.

ie because Feelz.

Vox is right; they’re mental defectives.

Blogger Zaklog the Great May 28, 2018 9:00 AM  

The physical health of IVF kids is also significantly worse - twice as bad - as children conceived the old fashioned way. IVF is no doubt just part of the story, but it's a non-trivial part.

Gee, it's almost like the Catholic Church had a point when they forbid the use of such technologies. (And yes, I'm aware of the corruption among today's leadership. No need to hammer on it again.)

Blogger The Observer May 28, 2018 9:15 AM  

And WHY do they want to do this? Because reasons?

No - because the God they don’t believe in isn’t very nice, and some of his adherents were mean to them.


Don't forget "fuck you, Dad!"

And most of all, "if God doesn't exist, I can be as much of a degenerate as I want to be with no repercussions!"

Blogger Doktor Jeep May 28, 2018 9:16 AM  

Ever see one of those daytime reality TV shows about couples struggling through difficult pregnancies? The man looks like a teletubby, the woman is usually obese and pasty-skinned. Both in their 30s, at least.
There were other "rules" our predecessors followed that also makeep a lot of sense.

Blogger Doktor Jeep May 28, 2018 9:17 AM  

Yet leftism looks more and more like a brain virus. Methinks he is projecting.

Blogger Doktor Jeep May 28, 2018 9:23 AM  

No that cucked "love thy enemy" and "turn the other cheek" shit is over. We are breaking out the whips and iron rods. It's war.
And war is coming.

Blogger Doktor Jeep May 28, 2018 9:26 AM  

They don't have real men around them to tell them to cut that ridiculous shit out.

Blogger Looking Glass May 28, 2018 9:38 AM  

@29 Doktor Jeep

While it's variant with Age of Mother, the real variant value is physiological stress, which you can monitor in a few ways. Women having children over age 30 after a life on a high carb diet will have autistic children at a far, far higher rate.

Blogger eyeslevel May 28, 2018 9:41 AM  

The established religion in Anglosphere and Western Europe is the Religion of Political Correctness, complete with an inquisition as we see with the arrest of Tommy Robinson. Most people who call themselves atheists are adherents of the Religion of Political Correctness.

Blogger Owen May 28, 2018 9:47 AM  

Interesting.... this youtube atheist has also revealed himself to be on the spectrum...IIRC in the video he says weed helps him with some of his tics and oddities. https://youtu.be/w5kkWjw5VGk

Blogger DJT May 28, 2018 9:53 AM  

I've long believed that atheists must have some kind of mental deficiency.

In the history of the species (insofar as we can tell), 99%+ of humans have believed in some form of divinity and expressed some form of worship. Atheists evidently have no capacity to sense the reality that everyone else evidently is able to sense, so it is a clear form of mental deficiency.

Blogger DJT May 28, 2018 10:01 AM  

And think of Daniel & friends' experience when they went vegetarian in Bablyon. How bad was that food?

As an aside, you will sometimes find degenerates argue that this account legitimates veganism. But that is not true at all. The point is that Daniel and friends were miraculously sustained and nourished by God, (much as how Jesus was sustained in the wilderness) not that veggies are healthier.

I've never met a vegan who did not appear weak or sickly, so I doubt Nebuchadnezzar would be impressed by the gains of a vegan.

Blogger DJT May 28, 2018 10:11 AM  

Atheism is practically no different than Judaism. Both are aligned to surpress Christianity.

Very true. Witness how the Jews threw out a dozen or so books from their own scriptures (and mangled what remained, changing references to the Virgin Birth and all manner of other prophecies) all because they were mad Christians were using the Septuagint. And then Luther was led away by his own madness to remove these books because "they didn't appear in the Jewish scriptures" (even though they did in the Apostles' time).

Christians: If your Bible doesn't contain the so-called "Apocrypha" or so-called "Deuterocanon," you are using a Bible tainted by the Jewry which worked hand-in-hand with the Romans to persecute our 1st-3rd century brethren. Get a proper Old Testament, preferably one based on the Greek Septuagint.

Blogger KBuff May 28, 2018 10:17 AM  

That would be incorrect in many cases. My wife and I, for example, do not exhibit a higher mutation load (healthy physically and mentally), and yet needed IVF to have our kids.

Blogger KBuff May 28, 2018 10:25 AM  

That rule of theirs in the new Catechism a few decades ago is what drove my wife and I away from Catholicism. For a denomination to claim that having kids was important, it didn't make much sense, especially to a couple that needed IVF to have their kid. It made less sense to place such a 'sin' under the label of adultery.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash May 28, 2018 10:26 AM  

Computer models have proven...

HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAJAJAHAHAHAHA

Blogger FUBARwest May 28, 2018 10:30 AM  

It did not take long for someone in the comment section to go on about how "this is not real Science."

Blogger Nathan May 28, 2018 10:46 AM  

I believe that the arrow of causation here mostly runs the other way. My health improved after returning to Church, and it would be consistent with Christianity especially for that to be a common experience. Correct behavior that is consistent with reality leads to health and well-being. Aberrant behaviors lead to illness.

Blogger Brick Hardslab May 28, 2018 10:46 AM  

Yes. They are.

Blogger Nathan May 28, 2018 10:50 AM  

Also, it is an absurd howler that "moral Gods" arose because of people living in cities needing to get along with strangers. This is the exact opposite pattern of most of recorded history, along with contemporary reality.

Blogger wrf3 May 28, 2018 11:00 AM  

DJT wrote:Atheists evidently have no capacity to sense the reality that everyone else evidently is able to sense, so it is a clear form of mental deficiency.
That's actually not quite accurate. There are people who can't sense it, just like there are some people who are colorblind. But most atheists sense it, but suppress it (cf. here (Scientific American)).

Blogger The Kurgan May 28, 2018 11:00 AM  

How fortunate that those born with Dawkins Syndrome are so highly rational and inclined to put perfect faith in science. Surely they will accept these new scientific discoveries about their condition with grace and aplomb.

This is going to keep me smiling for the rest of the day. Thanks.

Blogger Zeroh Tollrants May 28, 2018 11:22 AM  

Slightly OT-did y'all see where Chelsea Manning posted a suicide note & a pic of her/his feet standing on a ledge, last night?
That 40% suicide rate in trannys is no joke. Of course, this could just be an attention ploy.
Don't forget to vote! This perfectly normal and completely stable individual is running for public office.

Blogger OGRE May 28, 2018 11:29 AM  

As fun as it is to troll atheists with science, the conclusion here rests on a host of assumptions, several of which would be contrary to a Christian worldview..such as belief in the existence of God being a function of natural selection, of deterministic biological and sociological forces.

Additionally, there are autistics, atheists, and others out there who view The Spectrum as a next step in human evolution. The conclusion here just as readily supports that position, and could further be used to justify eugenics and other more extreme methods of advancing human evolution.

Blogger Robert What? May 28, 2018 11:38 AM  

And you have this information how?

Blogger VD May 28, 2018 11:45 AM  

As fun as it is to troll atheists with science, the conclusion here rests on a host of assumptions, several of which would be contrary to a Christian worldview..such as belief in the existence of God being a function of natural selection, of deterministic biological and sociological forces.

You do realize that literally no one here requires this being spelled out for them, right?

Have you simply never encountered the expression "hoist on one's own petard"?

Blogger Brett baker May 28, 2018 11:47 AM  

Since we don't rely on spear and shield for combat anymore, lefthandedness is not a problem.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash May 28, 2018 12:00 PM  

Brett baker wrote:Since we don't rely on spear and shield for combat anymore, lefthandedness is not a problem.
Is your rifle ambidextrous? Most aren't

Blogger Jon Mollison May 28, 2018 12:04 PM  

This would explain why most atheists are such goofy looking bastards, too. Fedora Tippin' Shrek isn't just funny...it's science!

Blogger Michael Maier May 28, 2018 12:10 PM  

How fortunate that those born with Dawkins Syndrome are so highly rational and inclined to put perfect faith in science. Surely they will accept these new scientific discoveries about their condition with grace and aplomb.

That's a well-placed shiv, Our Kind and Evil AWCA Lord.

Blogger Michael Maier May 28, 2018 12:11 PM  

VD wrote:As fun as it is to troll atheists with science, the conclusion here rests on a host of assumptions, several of which would be contrary to a Christian worldview..such as belief in the existence of God being a function of natural selection, of deterministic biological and sociological forces.

You do realize that literally no one here requires this being spelled out for them, right?

Have you simply never encountered the expression "hoist on one's own petard"?


I prefer "host on their own retard", personally. Seems more applicable these days.

Blogger Gospace May 28, 2018 12:11 PM  

"Convicted felons are much more atheistic than the general public."

Having worked in a prison- true. But supermax prisons where there are 2 to a cell "prove" Jews and Muslims can peacefully live together. Both get special meals in prisons. And amazingly in a large number of cells, one inmate converts to Islam and the other to Judaism.

Most inmate conversions to any religion last until the inmate's release date.

Blogger Michael Maier May 28, 2018 12:11 PM  

"HOIST"... sheesh... retard... heal thyself.

Blogger OGRE May 28, 2018 12:16 PM  

@60 VD

Yeah I get the trolling. But there are several comments that accept "bad genetics > atheism." So not literally no one.

Blogger AbsurdityIsPeace May 28, 2018 12:21 PM  

OGRE wrote:Additionally, there are autistics, atheists, and others out there who view The Spectrum as a next step in human evolution
That's well and good if atheists were just as healthy as everyone else.

Blogger Gospace May 28, 2018 12:22 PM  

Brett baker May 28, 2018 11:47 AM
Since we don't rely on spear and shield for combat anymore, lefthandedness is not a problem.


In one on one combat lefthandedness can be an advantage because righthanders haven't encountered that many lefthanders. I fenced for a while. Drilled reflexive movements that were automatic and worked against a right hand attack didn't work the same. Had to think about your defense instead of relying on reflex. Also had to think harder about the attack since you were facing a different profile.

In phalanxes and other formations lefthandedness would be a handicap. In melee not so much.

Blogger TM Lutas May 28, 2018 12:25 PM  

Generally, I'm surprised to see the comment count up in the 60s and nobody yet mentioning CRISPR. The one thing that everybody has yet to come to grips with is that genetic mutation problems are not necessarily the end of the conversation anymore, but rather the beginning. When it matures, people are going to have to get typed just as a defensive measure so that they can be restored to baseline in the event of genetic attack. I hope that day is far, far away, but I fear it is not.

@1 The debunking here is pretty good.
https://www.metabunk.org/debunked-funvax-pentagon-briefing-on-removing-the-god-gene-hoax.t317/

@5 if Jordan Peterson is the height of false prophet danger we face, we're truly lucky. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi isn't even the height of it. The returned 12th imam, the Mahdi, the second coming of Christ, a jewish acknowledged first coming of Christ, all of these would seem to be orders of magnitude more dangerous than Jordan Peterson fulfilling the worst prediction of his worst critic.

Jordan Peterson is weak sauce by comparison when accepting 100% the critique of one Vox Day.

Blogger OGRE May 28, 2018 12:31 PM  

@71 TM Lutas

re: Peterson. You're entirely correct, but the danger JP poses is that he can mainstream the underlying beliefs that prepare the public for acceptance of such a false prophet or an actual anti-christ.

Blogger Tino May 28, 2018 12:34 PM  

Whoa! This article makes way too many leaps in logic.

Autism: Not genetic. The gene tests are identifying those susceptible to vaccine heavy-metal adjuvant damage. Breakthrus in the last 24 months are putting this beyond doubt. Additionally, genetic diseases don't revert -- yet individualized transcranial magnetic stimulation clocks in at 1 out of 3 to neurotypical, and if you do nothing, there is a 10% per observational decade reversion rate. Ultrasound observation of the temporal region of autistic children shows the stigmata of a severe encephalitic hit, with focal areas of apoptosis and arachnoid meninges scarring. This is all post-natal, putting an absolute lie to the genetic hypothesis. Before anyone gives me a hard-time about this, I was involved in both the double-blind of the TMS therapy and the U/S survey at the margin. The U/S survey is in the literature. My previous employer chose not to publish the TMS study for fear of revealing trade secrets (fools). Just for the record, cumulatively, the 8 clinics that do this work are probably downstream of at least 6000 autistic children at this point.

This does NOT mean atheism isn't mild autism. I grant that as perfectly possible though unlikely. I am simply saying it is not genetic in origin. Atheism could be brain damage in this context.

There is a Bayesian analysis phenomenon (see E.T. Jaynes) where inverted assumptions will lead to inverse conclusions with the perverse feature that evidence will strengthen the inverted conclusion. Coloring atheists with a disease may be doing them a dis-service, they may just be epistemologically inverted.

Homosexuality is well within historical norms as near as we can tell. They organized and like airplane crashes being 8000-fold over-reported, it looks like an increase when nothing whatsoever is afoot.

Schizophrenia increasing? Maybe. Literature say 3-fold. Given how bad the literature base is becoming, everything is suspect.

For comparison, Bipolar disorder increasing? Not at all. The literature is totally, provably, wrong. Diagnosing bipolar requires being 22 years old and above. The flood of teens with this diagnosis are all mis-diagnosed. My clinic restores them to health in two months, no drugs. Something not possible if the diagnosis was correct. In fact, when we rarely identify a true bipolar, we refer them to a larger institution.

Anxiety and Depression are rampant and increasing but all of it can be tracked back to poor sleep. Electrification and in particular, lighting and the rise of blue phosphors in laptops, has wreaked havoc on the circadian rhythm. Restoration of proper sleep, drug and alcohol avoidance, puts a majority back on their feet.

Left-handed? Is it a deficit? Debatable.

Bilateral symmetry. Ok.

Computer models proved! Really? Have we learned nothing from the AGW fiasco?

My 2 cents, your mileage and sources will vary.



Blogger Rabid Ratel May 28, 2018 12:53 PM  

Gospace wrote:In one on one combat lefthandedness can be an advantage because righthanders haven't encountered that many lefthanders. I fenced for a while. Drilled reflexive movements that were automatic and worked against a right hand attack didn't work the same. Had to think about your defense instead of relying on reflex. Also had to think harder about the attack since you were facing a different profile.

Very true. In our karate club we train left handed, because it confuses and slows down the opponent. It also help when you have to fight a real lefty, because even they are not used to fighting other lefties.

Blogger Станислав Бартошевич May 28, 2018 1:01 PM  

@20 "I'm a Christian, but I wonder: are atheists truly more prone to what a Christian would call "immoral behavior" than a Christian Is? Is Dawkins truly more prone to immoral behavior than a religious Christian?"

Dawkins? Maybe not, at least not until you take him out of a society that still has legacy Christian values and give him power (if you do, all bets are off, Robespierre started his career as a bleeding heart liberal).

A statistically average atheist in a predominantly atheist society? Consider the example of the former Soviet Block. No, not even the purges and terror, the degradation of social cohesion which is felt to this day in all forms of criminality and anti-social behavior, from littering, to murder, to treachery (it is not a coincidence that USSR has collapsed basically as soon as the generation born andf raised in USSR itself replaced the previous generations in the highest offices of power). Those were ultimately born from the all-pervasive atmosphere of degrading societal links, where people considered themselves perfectly moral while stealing, swindling and taking bribes, as long as that did not directly hurt any individual but only the state and/or one of its organizations. While not all blame for that can be placed on atheism, some undoubtedly can.

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother May 28, 2018 1:23 PM  

I'm left handed, and I drove my MCMAP instructors crazy. They tried to train me right handed, to the point that even I don't know which hand is going to come out punching. It's very zen.

Blogger Dire Badger May 28, 2018 2:11 PM  

Tino- Very interesting... do you have references?

Blogger Jack Amok May 28, 2018 2:23 PM  

This does NOT mean atheism isn't mild autism. I grant that as perfectly possible though unlikely. I am simply saying it is not genetic in origin. Atheism could be brain damage in this context.

Diet very clearly can be a major factor in autism. I've seen kids deep into the spectrum become mostly normal with (sometimes fairly rigorous) dietary changes.

In the history of the species (insofar as we can tell), 99%+ of humans have believed in some form of divinity and expressed some form of worship. Atheists...

Oh, Atheists believe. Not in the God of the Bible, but in all kinds of other stuff. Global Warming for instance. It's an ersatz religion, right down to holy texts, prophets, preachers, sin, repentance, and even the selling of indulgences.

Blogger Chesapean May 28, 2018 2:40 PM  

RE: "Ethnic groups are simply a genetic extended family and some groups fared better against the environment and enemy groups than others did, due to the kind of partly genetic psychological adaptations they developed."

Interesting speculation, but I question the assumption that "worship of gods concerned with morality" is the key to understanding the adaptive benefits and persistence of religious experience. My counter speculation would be that God as a "component of the human equipment" likely long predated the formation of cities or even the aggregation of family groups into complex societies. G.K. Chesterton offers a similar counter speculation in his assessment that early human cave paintings show that humans have always been "modern" in every psychological and spiritual sense that truly matters.

I also have in mind the difference between statutory law and common law. One is prescriptive (and time-bound); the other requires analysis and interpretation (and is therefore timeless). We too often assume that prescriptive law is the only kind, and that moral principles are one of its most important varieties. And yet, the productive social efficiencies we associate with moral behavior may in fact arise from something else altogether, something akin to spontaneous cooperation, which just happens to be both common and pleasurable to experience.

The Genesis story suggests another possible avenue for research into the origins and persistence of religion: the psychology of shame. Because shame has a neurological aspect, it has a genetic one, too, making it subject to evolutionary mechanisms, just as the authors suggest for morality. The difference is that shame is anti-fragile, whereas -- as we see -- morality is always breaking down.

I don't suggest that shame is the origin of the human concept of God, nor that God is only a human concept; just that shame is like the common law.

Blogger Thomas Patecky May 28, 2018 2:40 PM  

That's why the dinosaurs died out. God hadn't evolved yet so they were too busy stimming and counting paperclips to notice the comet and build bunkers.

Blogger tublecane May 28, 2018 2:58 PM  

@25- It's hard for me to credit such a thesis when it includes such things like autism, which may be "on the rise" simply because diagnosing it is a fad. Or homosexuality, which likewise could have nothing to do with genetics for some and is just a case of following "lifestyle" trends.

Blogger tublecane May 28, 2018 3:01 PM  

@26- We have plenty of in-culture ugliness, see high art as well as middle- and low. Enough to turn anyone into a declinist. Which could have biological underpinnings. I do know. It's not been something our culture is interested in finding out for a long while. Despite early Noticers like Max Nordau.

Blogger Tino May 28, 2018 3:07 PM  

@77

Circadian rhythm disruption in depression and anxiety you can find via Google and Pubmed quite easily. It's why blue light reduces suicide in Japanese train stations and why full-spectrum lighting with blue filtering in Shanghai stopped traders from jumping off the roof of the skyscraper.

The rTMS in autism unfortunately is mostly Harvard refs and very shallow because Pascualeone considers the whole damn thing experimental while the rest of us are getting 1 out of 3 to neurotypical in the clinic. The original protocol came out of California and I was there when we started doing it. The double blind was better than expected with a 50% to neurotypical rate. It gained national prominence for a moment when it was a keynote at AutismOne in 2014. Wished they published. We'd have a g'dam Nobel prize on that one.

Heavy metal toxicity you'd have to go look at Dr. Christopher Exley's work. He's published and his latest work caused a firestorm. Google will find him easily with his name and aluminum. Disclosure: My investor base partially or fully funded aspects of Exley's work. Also go look for French research recently which is showing that induced auto-immunity and biomolecular mimicry has a role to play.

The bipolar crisis is manufactured out of whole cloth by there being to many untrained individuals making diagnosis in teenagers. I've been at this for going on 7 years and I have yet to meet a bipolar teenager that upon questioning wasn't a sleep-deprived drug-adled lesser alcoholic. Upon clearing the three -- OMG -- what a change!

The Bayesian bit by E.T. Jaynes, a brilliant mathematical physicist, I will have to look up. I read the paper in 2006. I was just surprised that a chain of reasoning could have such a counter-intuitive outcome. Which I suppose is why we have to always verify with reality that conclusions make reality sense.

Hope that points you in the right direction.

Blogger tublecane May 28, 2018 3:08 PM  

@45- I have to chuckle at atheists who ponder the Great Mystery of why people believe in gods. Because it's so common it doesn't really require explanation. It's like wondering why people make such a big deal out of thirst.

And I say this as a nonbeliever. But the sort of nonbeliever who doubts other beliefs like equality or democracy without wondering "How is it possible any rational person believes in such things? They're not even science!" I happen to know pretty much no one believes in anything because of pure reason. If a truly rational man showed up and revealed himself as such, we'd burn him at the stake.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash May 28, 2018 3:11 PM  

tublecane wrote:If a truly rational man showed up and revealed himself as such, we'd burn him at the stake.
No, we crucified Him.

Blogger Pale Male May 28, 2018 3:13 PM  

Interesting bits in the quote:

... the brain, home to 84% of the genome, is extraordinarily sensitive to mutation, so mental and physical mutation robustly correlate. If these children had grown up, they might have had autism, schizophrenia, depression… but they had poor immune systems, so they never had the chance.
So letting them die off in childhood was okay, but e.g. aborting them today is not?

Depression seems to be associated with higher IQ, so the 1-SD deficit would partially immunize African-Americans from it.  However, African-Americans have much higher rates of schizophrenia and homosexuality.  A combination of mutational load and amplification by ghetto inbreeding may well account for much of that.

Computer models have proven that the more internally cooperative group—which is also hostile to infidel outsiders—wins the battle of group selection .... This very specific kind of religiousness was selected for and, indeed, it correlates with positive and negative ethnocentrism even today.

The authors demonstrate that this kind of religiousness has clearly been selected for in itself.

What deities do these ingroup-preferring computer models worship?

This comes back to the common versus JBP definitions of "true".  Ingroup preference, outgroup enmity and unity-promoting beliefs are clearly "true" in the Petersonian sense, as they are pro-survival.  But if they work even for computer models with no specific deity involved, clearly the reality of the deity doesn't matter; what matters are the feelings of the group about the deity and what it asks of them.

Contrast this with "your feelz don't matter".  Clearly they DO matter.  The loonie left scores a point there.

This supports Leo Strauss' view of the utility of religious belief irrespective of its factual truth.  It's ironic that Vox is touting it here, but the world is full of strange happenings.

The bad news is that we are going to have to try to treat people born with what I suggest we call "Dawkins Syndrome" with a little more sympathy, since they probably can't help their lack of belief or behavior much more than those born with Downe's Syndrome.
You should be doing that anyway if you expect them to weaponize themselves for your goals and interests, no?

How fortunate that those born with Dawkins Syndrome are so highly rational and inclined to put perfect faith in science. Surely they will accept these new scientific discoveries about their condition with grace and aplomb.
I can see the autistes now:  "You want the truth?  YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!"  And they walk off snickering, because they have scientific backing for what they were saying all along.

Blogger Sweetbeak greatest fan May 28, 2018 3:22 PM  

Genetic losers suffer in the world. So they feel that the creator is malicious. So they don't put faith in the creator. I.e. religious tendency driven by emotional experience of life. Alternative response is to "cling" to faith. Btw winners suffer too if they care about more than themselves.

The Christian good/evil model is very compelling. But love thy neighbor is suicide in diversity. That conflict of instincts is felt by individuals. So a sick (diverse) population drives individuals away from moral religions. There's more than one driver.

Original article is a novel idea. But obscure and conjecture-based, so probably not a strong basis for meme.

Blogger Tino May 28, 2018 3:24 PM  

Depression is associated with higher IQ:

True. We use EEGs as a guiding tool and higher IQ is usually (not universally but 95%+) visible in the overall synchronicity of disparate brain aspects. Easily computed in quantitative EEG. These folks we group as "hyper-synchronous depressives". Not only do they live in the wrong time-zone due to circadian rhythm disruption, but they are typically bored out of their minds. Restoring sleep and getting them very busy compared to neurotypicals restores them to normal affect and behavior.

Just empirical results.

Blogger dvdivx May 28, 2018 3:25 PM  

Left handedness can be a boon in a fight.

As for atheists, it seems like they believe in God but hate him. Pretty much like a demon.

Blogger Pale Male May 28, 2018 4:25 PM  

How do you kill an argument? Put another in its place that seems plausible but spitefully keep it in limbo to get people in a froth over it.
You just explained the 45 years since Roe v. Wade.  The issues should have been immigration, no-fault divorce and forced racial integration, but abortion sucked all the oxygen out of the room.

It still sucks an amazing amount of oxygen, even here.

We use EEGs as a guiding tool and higher IQ is usually (not universally but 95%+) visible in the overall synchronicity of disparate brain aspects. Easily computed in quantitative EEG.
Wait, you can read IQ from an EEG?!  What do you want to bet that pre-employment EEGs will be prohibited because of "disparate impact"?

Blogger eyeslevel May 28, 2018 4:31 PM  

Right now Christianity is viciously anti-white.

Make Christianity pro-white again.

Blogger Azure Amaranthine May 28, 2018 5:09 PM  

No, churchianity is anti-white.

Blogger Meng Greenleaf May 28, 2018 6:36 PM  

I developed Dawkins Syndrome later in life. Though, when I was very younge I cursed God for my parents divorce. As a teen I used to drive (with pen and notpad) to various churches on Sundays to ask various questions about their particular beliefs. Which was quite interesting to say the least.

In graduate school I had the epiphany.

It seems clear to me that some form of eugenics will be necessary to deal with this problem.

Blogger Meng Greenleaf May 28, 2018 6:40 PM  

I wonder if the IQ 85 populations of the middle east aren't the remnants of once successful semi-Eutopian societies?

Blogger Pale Male May 28, 2018 8:17 PM  

Meng, inbreeding practices may have lowered the average IQ of the Maghreb enough to seriously degrade civilization all by itself.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4196914/

Blogger Resident Moron™ May 28, 2018 11:52 PM  

Meng

There’s clinical evidence that what you believe about God has either a damaging or healing effect on the brain itself.

There are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamed of in Dawkins’ philosophie ...

In every case Christ and worship of Christ is the answer.

Blogger Linda Fox May 29, 2018 7:38 AM  

There are two forms of left-handedness.
The first may be related to birth difficulties or neurological problems - that is when a natural righty uses his left hand. You can tell those ones - they are the "hookers" - they hook their hand around so that they drag their pen across the page. In essence, they use their left hand in a similar manner to how a righty does.
The other kind (which I am), is a natural lefty - they push the pen across the page in a mirror image of the righty's actions. This produces a terribly smeared ink or pencil scrawl.
In all of nature, there are natural lefties - organisms that mirror the natural - and dominant - asymmetry of that organism. Found in snails, flowers, dominant hand/paw orientation. The gene appears to be a natural recessive.
Most societies fear and repress left-handedness. The left hand is used for 'below the waist' functions in societies without toilet paper. Hence, they will recoil when you use that hand in public.
Lefties forced to use their right hand have that quirky 'hooked' position.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash May 29, 2018 9:58 AM  

Linda Fox wrote:Lefties forced to use their right hand have that quirky 'hooked' position.
Simply not true. Left-handedness runs in my family. the "hooked hand" you describe is the natural result of demanding that left-handed kids provide legible handwritten output, but not teaching them how to do it.

Blogger Houston May 29, 2018 7:21 PM  

In related news, Scalzi's buddy Wil Wheaton proudly announces that he is officially mentally ill:

http://wilwheaton.net/2018/05/my-name-is-wil-wheaton-i-live-with-chronic-depression-and-i-am-not-ashamed/

Blogger Meng Greenleaf May 29, 2018 8:06 PM  

So we agree that the strong correlation is good evidence for dysgenics causing mental libtardation as well as cuckservatism?

If so, then the only solution appears to be various forms eugenics. Positive selection, negative selection, outright GMO, etc...

However, for numerous reasons, only the Chinese are being proactive in this domain. As for the West - we're literally paying/diverting limited resource towards increased dysgeneic populations. How utterly terrible. Vomit inducing.

Blogger Dirk Manly May 29, 2018 11:06 PM  

@12

"
Side note, why is it that is overwhelmingly woman who go for the paranormal hocus pocus? e.g. talking to the dead, psychics, fortune telling, etc?"

For the same reason that they'll willingly sleep with a supervisor if promised that doing so will put them at the head of a line for promotion:

Women ALWAYS want win without having to put in the work to be the best. All of the hocus-pocus you mentioned are attempts to cheat in life and in society.

Blogger Dirk Manly May 29, 2018 11:10 PM  

@20

"I'm a Christian, but I wonder: are atheists truly more prone to what a Christian would call "immoral behavior" than a Christian Is? Is Dawkins truly more prone to immoral behavior than a religious Christian?"

He sells speculations as absolute provable truths.
In other words, he makes his living on FRAUD.

Blogger Dirk Manly May 29, 2018 11:38 PM  

@21

">homosexuality
>genetic

Hmmm... not sure about that"

It's usually the result of being a victim (PTSD) of a pedophile, and most pedophiles prey on family members to start.

The co-morbidity of (i.e. cross-correlation between) pedophilia and homosexuality is significantly over over 50%. And it runs in families.

Blogger Dire Badger May 31, 2018 12:48 AM  

The biggest problem is that even the most hardcore egalitarian anti-christian Furry atheist creep can eventually find his way back to Christ.

Look at me, as an example.

So, I am not for eliminating them out of hand. We simply need to make sure that reality becomes so painfully real that they have no choice but to reopen their hearts and minds to the truth.

Considering the bleak future we are looking at, I don't think even the slightest effort on our parts will be necessary to expose them to the sort of pain that forces them to grow up. The pendulum will swing back, we simply need to focus on being prepared and protecting ours.

Screw 'em. They will learn or they will die. Same as I did.

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