Skip to comments."God is Dead," Now We'll Create our Global Village -or- Why Christians are Mentally Ill
Posted on 01/02/2006 4:01:41 AM PST by Lindykim
"In Aug., 2003, the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) announced the results of their $1.2 million tax-payer funded study. It stated, essentially, that traditionalists are mentally disturbed. Scholars from the Universities of Maryland, California at Berkeley, and Stanford had determined that social conservatives, in particular, suffer from 'mental rigidity,' 'dogmatism,' and 'uncertainty avoidance,' together with associated indicators for mental illness." (B.K. Eakman, Chronicles, Oct. 2004, pp. 28-29)
As usual with leftists, the true meaning of their words is couched in deceptive code. When the deceptions are peeled away we discover that ''dogmatism'' refers to Christianity, ''mental rigidity'' refers to ''individualism,'' and ''uncertainty avoidance'' really means that Christians are resistant to the ''change-through-consensus'' process. (See: Psychopolitics: Erasing Christianity through the Consensus Process, Linda Kimball)
Megalomaniac Darwinian globalists are in the process of creating a new world order in which the Masters (themselves) will be served by scientifically-re-engineered "Un Man." The stumbling block is Christianity and the individualism that naturally occurs from belief in God as Sovereign of the universe. Hence the unrelenting and increasingly virulent hatred being spewed at Christians, Christmas, and all things relating to Christianity.
Christianity and the ''individualism'' it gives rise to are anathema to Darwinian global collectivists, as is made clear by the following:
"Teaching children to read was a perversion and high literacy rates bred the sustaining force behind individualism." (John Dewey, Father of Progressive Education)
Note: see ''Sovietization of America'' (Linda Kimball) for details concerning America's high literacy rates in pre-progressivized America.
"To achieve world government, it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism, loyalty to family traditions, national patriotism, and religious dogma" (G. Brock Chisholm, psychiatrist and co-founder of The World Federation of Mental Health).
"Every child in America entering school at the age of five is insane because he comes to school with allegiances to our founding fathers our elected officials his parents belief in a supernatural being, and toward the sovereignty of this nation as a separate entity. It's up to teachers to make these sick children wellby creating the international child of the future" (Chester Pierce, Prof. of Educ. and Psychiatry at Harvard, 1970).
Here is Laventi Pavlovich Beria, head of the Soviet Secret Police and Stalin's right hand man, linking Christianity to individualism: "There are those who gave Man to believe that goals should be personally sought and held, and that Man's entire impulse toward higher things stemmed from Freedom. We must bear in mind that the same people who embraced this philosophy also continued in Man the myth of spiritual existence" (Russian Manual on Psychopolitics, patriot-publications.com).
The global village under construction is being modeled along the same lines as the ancient pagan humanist model. In that model of man and the world, God is reduced to an impersonal animating force, immanent throughout the cosmos. In other words, God is the impersonal life-force within all matter, be it in the shape of mountain, man, insect, cloud, sun, water, etc. In today's vernacular, man is ''one'' with the cosmos and everything is divine. In this view, mankind's worth is measured by the value of animals, insects, and the environment in general. By this measure, man always comes out the loser. This means that not only is human life very cheap, but that mankind is more often than not accused of desecrating the sacredness of the environment. This accounts for the viciously anti-human tirades leveled at all of us today, such as: "a rat is a pig is a dog is a boy. They all feel pain. There is no rational basis for saying that a human being has special rights" (Ingrid Newkirk, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals).
Both the ancients and today's neo-pagans were and are concerned with population control, which was then as it is today, practiced through rampant abortion, infanticide, child abandonment, eugenics, controlled marriages, and homosexuality, among other methods. Thus both the ancient pagan model and today's neo-pagan version are inherently anti-human.
Here again is Laventi Pavlovich Beria expressing his neo-pagan view of ''earth as a living organism'' and mankind as "matter," or as he put it-- an "aggregation of cells." Remember, he is claiming these things in the name of science: "Man is a colonial aggregation of cells to consider him an individual would be an error Earth is an individual organism. Earth has as its organs the various races and nations of men. Where one of these is permitted to remain disaffected, Earth is threatened with death rebellion of one country against the total organism of Earth, would find Earth sick" (Russian Manual On Psychopolitics). The shrill hysteria surrounding the myth of global warming comes into focus in light of the neo-pagan worldview.
Another neo-pagan, and contemporary of Beria is Al Gore. His book, "Earth in the Balance" is redolent of neo-pagan pantheism. He writes approvingly of the Gaia (earth goddess) theory, which teaches that inorganic nature is "part of life itself." He speaks rapturously of the ''living world,'' the ''sacredness of earth,'' the ''sacredness of water,'' and so forth.
So what are the evils of social conservatives and Christians in particular, by the reckoning of Gore, Beria, and their ilk? Capitalisma natural out-growth of individualism. In Beria's words: "Thus the putrescent illness of Capitalist States, spreading its pus and bacteria would not do otherwise than to bring about Earth's death unless these ill organisms are brought into loyalty and obedience."
In both the ancient humanist model and in today's version thereof, mankind must belong to and exist for, the good of the state. In ancient times this view, coupled to the idea that human life was cheap, led to slavery (half of Rome's population were slaves), human sacrifice, humans used as entertainment (in the arenas, for example), cannibalism, and so forth. In today's version, we can see examples of this view in the use of dehumanizing terms such as "non-persons," "uterine content," and "human resources" (animated tools). The fight to prevent drilling for oil in Alaska, as well as the numerous cases of Americans losing their homes, land, jobs, etc. all give evidence of humanist nature worship.
However, not all human life was viewed as being cheap. A small number of peoplehigh priests, kings, Caesars, etc., stood apart from the masses and were viewed as being magical and/or godlike. This was because they were the interpreters of nature's divine forces. Because these ''elites'' seemingly possessed these abilities, and were thus the vital link between the masses of ''lesser beings'' and nature's divinity, they thus became the ultimate source of knowledge and authority. Quite literally, whatever they felt or thought became the law of the land. Self-evidently, this way of thinking united both secular and religious powers in one, which leads to but one end---totalitarianism.
Aristotle articulated all of these concepts in "Politics," which closely mirrors the thinking of today's neo-pagan globalists, who seek to ''heal the world'' by collectivizing the world's population into global oneness (they call this "peace, equality, and social justice): "that some should rule and others be ruled is not only necessary but expedient; from the hour of their birth, some are marked out for subjection, others for rule It is clear that some men are by nature free and others slaves, and that for these latter, slavery is expedient and right The citizen should be moulded to suit the form of government under which he lives citizens belong to the State." (Source: "The Theme Is Freedom," by M. Stanton Evans, pp. 133)
Georg Hegel restated Aristotle's concepts: "The State is the absolute reality and the individual has existence, truth, morality only in his capacity as a member of the State."
Once more, here are the ''evils'' that lead to divisiveness and loss of ''oneness'' within the state: "The tenets of rugged individualism, personal determinism, self-will personal creativeness are antipathetic to the good of the Greater State. These willful and unaligned forces are an illness." (Laventi Pavlovich Beria, "Russian Manual on Psychopolitics)
Exactly what is ''individualism,'' how is it linked to Christianity, and why do collectivists see it as evil? Part of the answer is revealed by how the whole world counts time: Before Christ (B.C.) and A.D. (Anno Domini). Before Christ (B.C.), the collectivization and/or ''oneness'' of pagan pantheism ruled the world. The process of ''individualizing human beings'' first began when the Word (God of the Bible) led, what was labeled as the lesser beings known as Hebrews out of bondage to the Egyptians. The Hebrews subsequent actions literally paved the way for the birth of Jesus Christ. Keep in mind that because human life, and in particular that of unborn and newborns was cheap, Christ's birth was truly a miraculous event, given prevailing attitudes.
Jesus Christ, having been ''born into the darkness of the world'' proved Himself to be the world's ultimate Revolutionary and One Source of true Enlightenment. It was His gospel of ''Good News'' that brought salvation to the souls of the lesser beings. He did this by revealing to them that each and every human person is created in the image of his Maker, endowed with both intrinsic value and a soul within which reside both conscience and free-will. Jesus Christ literally liberated the souls of all lesser beings from the miasma of ''oneness,'' thereby bringing them out of the darkness of spiritual bondage and into the light where their spirits could soar freely as unique individuals, as they are before the eyes of their Maker.
Tragically, we have forgotten how profoundly radical Paul's message to Philemon was when, in writing to Philemon about his run-away slave Onesimus, Paul said: "Receive him (Onesimus) not as a slave, but as a brother beloved." This was among the most revolutionary concepts the world had ever hearda slavea lesser being on the level of a soulless animal who could be used as an animated tool, was actually a beloved brother.
Jesus Christ's radical gospel proclaimed that God is Sovereign over the whole of creation, thus there is no such thing as ''divine'' kings, elites, etc. It further proclaimed that all men are equally ''fallen'' and therefore sinners. These revolutionary concepts were literally cataclysmic in their effects upon the ancient power structure. Christ proclaimed that no one is above God's law, no human being is to be worshipped, nature (the creation) is not to be worshipped, and no human being has the right to force his will upon the rest of God's children. The spread of the Good News eventually led to the collapse of the ancient world.
"There is no greater drama in human record than the sight of a few Christians, scorned or oppressed by emperors, bearing all trials with a fiery tenacity, multiplying quietly, building order while their enemies generated chaos, fighting the sword with the word, brutality with hope, and at long last defeating the strongest state that history has ever known. Caesar and Christ had met in the arena and Christ had won" (Will Durant, "Caesar and Christ: A History of Roman Civilization and of Christianity From Their Beginnings to A.D. 325, pp 652).
Christ's "Good News" served as the leavening agent for Western thinkers, and led to the creation of Christendom. Then, marching under the authority of God, America's revolutionary leaders founded America and enshrined the Good News in the Declaration of Independence--the principal manifesto of the American Revolution and of American culture and politics in general. The scriptural origin is apparent in the very words: ''all men are created equal'' and that they are ''endowed by the Creator with certain unalienable rights " Patrick Henry, 1775: "It cannot be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation was founded, not by religionists but by Christians; not on religions, but on the Gospel of Jesus Christ. For this very reason peoples of other faiths have been afforded asylum, prosperity, and freedom here."
Benjamin Franklin, 1748: "Freedom is not a gift bestowed upon us by other men, but a right that belongs to us by the laws of God "
One of the very first proclamations madeIn the Name of Science, Amen!by evolutionary humanists was: ''God is Dead!" Almost in the same breath they proclaimedIn the Name of Science, Amen!that man is henceforth a soulless animalan ''aggregation of cells'' with no particular value, no conscience, and no free-will. Since those initial decrees, neo-pagan humanists have been working towards the collectivization of human-cells into a New/Old World global village where worship of nature takes precedence over soulless aggregations of human-cells.
In describing Christian America, Benjamin Franklin observed: "Atheism is unknown there. Infidelity is rare and secret; so that persons may live to a great age in that country without having their piety shocked by meeting with either Atheist or an Infidel." Patrick Henry warned that: "It is when people forget God that tyrants forge their chains."
As Americans began turning their backs on God, atheist and infidel alike began crawling out of the dark, sharpening their swords, and forging our chains. God-haters calling themselves the ACLU, PFAW, GSLEN, GLAAD, PFLAG, George Soros, Michael Moore, Al Franken, Code Pink, the New York Times and its army of mainstream infidels, progressives, liberals, secular humanists, radical peace-activists, PETA, and so on. An army of parasitic infidels, having declared that our founders and Christian conservatives are mentally-ill, are working day and night to demolish America and re-enslave your souls.
"Brave New Schools: Chronology Index" by Berit Kjos www.conservativeusa.org/goalsofpsychiatry
"The Theme is Freedom, Religion, Politics and the American Tradition" M. Stanton Evans
"What If Jesus Christ Had Never Been Born?" Dr. James Kennedy
"The Russian Manual on Psychopolitics" patriot-publications.com
Founder's quotes from www.chuckbaldwinlive.com/founding.html
About the Writer: Linda Kimball is a writer and author of numerous articles and essays on culture, politics, and world view. Linda receives e-mail at LindyKimball@msn.com.
Hopefully this ends our tax dollars going to study anything at these crack houses. Wasn't there just a study released last week saying religious folks are happier folks.
Reminds me of something C.S. Lewis (I think probably in the 40s) about the choice "between Arthur and Mordred" getting always clearer and more unavoidable, a theme further developed in That Hideous Strength.
There was something too in the Vermont Royster column the WSJ traditionally runs for Christmas (also originally appearing in the 40s) about the danger that men would again fall into the darkness of believing that government was supreme.
CS Lewis----one of my favorites---and mentors.
This outta really get the evo and treason lobbies going. LOL.
Here's to being "Strident". But can we ratchet it up another notch?
This would be a good time to remind everyone that in the Soviet Union, if you objected to the system, you would be considered to be mentally ill, and committed to an asylum (or ordered to a gulag, or just executed).
As always, leftists believe that theirs is the only good way, and that if you disagree with them, there must be something wrong with you. Or, it could be that you're just plain evil. So, off to the looney bin. Or jail. Or the grave.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
".....Benjamin Franklin, 1748: "Freedom is not a gift bestowed upon us by other men, but a right that belongs to us by the laws of God
Explain THIS to a liberal who always goes on with that constantly misquote one-liner, ".....seperation of dchurch and state..."--not that THAT matters--for as far as I have always been told--our " Freedom " comes at the hands of the generous, bellevolsnt gov't whose job it is to take care us of from the craddle to the gave!!!....
Happy New Years again!
"In describing Christian America, Benjamin Franklin observed: "Atheism is unknown there. Infidelity is rare and secret; so that persons may live to a great age in that country without having their piety shocked by meeting with either Atheist or an Infidel."
I'm afraid Ben Franklin wouldn't recognize America today.
And sodomites and pedophiles are perfectly normal....
Are they taking Michael Savage's assertion that "Liberalism Is A Mental Disorder" and turning it around and thowing it back at us? Sort of like the GI in the foxhole picking up an incoming grenade and thowing it back at the thrower just in time for it to explode?
Who's sick, the generators of peace, prosperity and strength, or the perverted minds of the Socialist Left? I know which one is sick.
I'm glad they think 'God is dead', more of Him for the rest of us.
they forgot to add Hillary's book under Sources..it takes a village idiot......
"And sodomites and pedophiles are perfectly normal..."
No doubt. Puke!
I'll take these as compliments. I think the author plays up the individualism a bit too much. If Christians set themselves up as individualists then they will be picked off one by one.
Ultimately, I think all Christians need to do two three things:
1) Get in a church, yes, one that has 4 walls and an organized structure
2)Withdraw your children from public schools (a christian should have many children if they can)
3)Own guns and plenty of them.
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