Wednesday, October 09, 2019

From MLK To Julius Caesar In One Ruling

Genesis 1:27 is the foundation of modern Western civilization. It's what differentiated us from the slave-trading African tribes, the mass-murdering Aztecs and the rapacious Roman Empire. It says:
So God created man in His own image; in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them.
That sentence says that we are all equal in the eyes of God, no matter what. A British court has now ruled the following:
“Belief in Genesis 1:27, lack of belief in transgenderism and conscientious objection to transgenderism in our judgment are incompatible with human dignity and conflict with the fundamental rights of others, specifically here, transgender individuals ... (I)n so far as those beliefs form part of (a) wider faith, (that) wider faith also does not satisfy the requirement of being worthy of respect in a democratic society, not incompatible with human dignity and not in conflict with the fundamental rights of others.”
Well, OK then. Looks like we can get back to the fun stuff. Imperialism, slavery, mass slaughter, pillaging, looting and anything else we want. After all, that dork next to you is not your equal. He's just some dork who might have something you'd like to take.

If you listen to MLK speeches, removing Genesis 1:27 removes the first principle upon which his Civil Rights movement was based. MLK pointed out the hypocrisy of Christians professing Genesis 1:27 and then practicing racism. That contradiction permeated the debates over slavery in Britain and America throughout the centuries and led to its abolition.

Without that single verse in the Bible, we can, perhaps fall back on evolution and Charles Darwin.

Whoops!

Darwin penned plenty of material suggesting that natural selection would apply to human races as well as animals. Oh well. I'm sure we'll find something to replace it. In the meantime, it might be a good idea to find a strong group to join, if only for protection.

Is it too late to reconstitute the Roman legions?

3 comments:

tim eisele said...

A question: Are you saying that these people

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intersex

don't actually exist? Or are you saying that they aren't human? Because these are people who, through no choice of their own, have biological characteristics that make it impossible to cleanly pigeonhole them as one sex or the other. It certainly doesn't look like they'd be covered under the "male and female created He them" clause.

Foxfier said...

Intersex has no relationship with transgenderism; one is a description of a wide range of physical disorders related to physical expression of biological sex, the other is a member of one sex wanting to force people to behave as if they are of the other sex, up to and including mutilation to mimic the other sex's appearance.

Note that this case was, indeed, brought to force someone to behave as if a falsehood is true.

That is, to lie.

To be forced to lie.

IlĂ­on said...

*slow clap* Well played, Mr Eisele, well played. *\slow clap*