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Anti-Christianity Is Bigotry

Posted by V the K at 12:24 pm - April 21, 2018.
Filed under: War on Christians

If you are (like most of the left) anti-Christian, then… by the Calvinball-like Rules of the Left… you are also a racist bigot.

Overall, people of color are more likely than whites to be Christians — and pretty devout Christians at that. Some 83 percent of all black Americans are absolutely certain that God exists. No other group comes close to this figure. Black Christians are far more likely than white Christians (84 percent to 64 percent) to describe religion as very important in their lives. Of all ethnic groups, black Christians are the most likely to attend services, pray frequently and read the Bible regularly. They are also — here’s the kicker — most likely to believe that their faith is the place to look for answers to questions about right and wrong. And they are, by large margins, the most likely to believe that the Bible is the literally inerrant word of God. In short, if you find Christian traditionalism creepy, it’s black people you’re talking about.

Also, you’re anti-woman.

If you’re mocking Christians, you’re mostly mocking women, because women are more likely than men to be Christians. The greatest disproportion is found among black Christians, of whom only 41 percent are male. So you’re mocking black women in particular.

Doesn’t matter, you say? Because, like the young Nazi in ‘Cabaret’, you believe that as a secular enlightened progressive socialist ‘Tomorrow Belongs to Us.’ Maybe not.

Here we see something about the future. Look at the figures for the young, on the left-hand side. Only 9 percent of white Christians are young millennials, compared with 21 percent of Asian Christians and 16 percent of Latino Christians. Some 17 percent of white Christians are from the so-called silent generation. No other group comes close. In other words, white Christians are aging. Christians of color are youthening.

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  1. Alexander Hamilton opens Federalist No. 1:

    It has been frequently remarked that it seems to have been reserved to the people of this country, by their conduct and example, to decide the important question, whether societies of men are really capable or not of establishing good government from reflection and choice, or whether they are forever destined to depend for their political constitutions on accident and force.

    Choice # 1.: The people may create a “good” government by employing reflection and choice, …….or…….

    Choice # 2.: The people can suffer “bad” government which operates according to whims of accident and force.

    Progressives have all but chased the codes of Christianity and Judaism from the public square. The traditional family has become all but a memory among many groups in our society. Our schools are dumbed down. Most colleges are engaged in ideological indoctrination instead of building questioning minds. Google, Amazon, Facebook and other pernicious giants are engaged in processes of mind control. Meanwhile, Progressives are battering away at calling their enemies irredeemable, racists, sexists, homophobes, xenophobes, deplorable, white power brokers and blah, blah, blah.

    The left is engaged in practiced hatred by addressing their opponents as brutish, deplorable swine.

    The left has demagogued, demeaned and marginalized us. We either limp away or we stick to our values, grow our home schooling, help the MSM suffer and decline and shove their secular humanism, degeneracy and impetuousness back at them.

    Society is more likely to choose reflection and choice as it is to wait for accidents and whims to deliver “utopia” in an ice cream truck.

    The left has nothing. They hate, they stir up “victims” right and left and their whole shifting sands of relativity only work as long as the bread and circuses do the trick. Otherwise, they are just grifters and panderers and full of bullish*t.

    Comment by Heliotrope — April 21, 2018 @ 2:54 pm - April 21, 2018

  2. May the gods save us from fanatics and weak men.

    Comment by Hanover — April 21, 2018 @ 3:54 pm - April 21, 2018

  3. Woah woah, cool it on the facts there! Next thing we know, someone will bring up that anti-gay crimes are more likely to be caused by muslims, or that women are statistically more pro-life then men or something.

    Comment by Karen — April 21, 2018 @ 4:22 pm - April 21, 2018

  4. Heliotrope, I always enjoy reading your posts, but I sometimes don’t agree with your gross generalizations. Not all educators are heralders of America’s dumbing down. In fact, I think you will find that just like there are more middle-of-the-road Americans living in suburbs and rural areas than there are in cities, there are more middle-of-the-road educators around than not, yours truly included. At my school site, educators, and to a very great extent, the younger, newer ones, are much more moderate/libertarian than not, and the educators I know around the country are definitely NOT trying to make kids dummer. In fact, they will tell you that most of what you are seeing and hearing in the media is inaccurate, skewed, and over-exaggerated.

    Karen, your comment regarding pro-life statistics is very interesting and brings to mind a question I have always had. Isn’t ironic that women who are in favor of having the choice of being able to abort an unwanted pregnancy don’t realize that the actual choice was made when they decided to have illicit, unprotected, or uninformed sex? Abortion is not a choice. The choice was whether or not to have sex. Being pro-abortion is being pro-not-wanting-to-face-the-consequences-of-my-actions.

    Comment by TADFORD2 — April 21, 2018 @ 4:41 pm - April 21, 2018

  5. The noisy wheel always get the attention. The leftist wheel especially receives more attention than is ever due. The more attention it receives only makes it believe it is strong and due yet more attention along with a quick amount of submission.

    Comment by Dav — April 21, 2018 @ 6:41 pm - April 21, 2018

  6. @4 – I think your point about teachers is well founded.

    As with most thing these days, the impression most people have of teachers come from the likes of that woman that runs the Chicago teachers’ union or the stories of “rubber rooms” where teachers that should be fired (but can’t) collect pay for doing nothing all day.

    Teachers have a tough job trying to teach the unteachable while dealing with crappy parents, idiot curricula, magical thinking of “education professionals”, and spineless boards and administrators. All the while trying to impart useful knowledge to the students that do want to succeed.

    Teachers take a lot of blame for problems they didn’t create but pols and administrators don’t have the guts to tell Johnny’s parent(s) that the reason Johnny can’t read stares back at them in the mirror every morning.

    Anyone with the patience to do the job and do it well has my respect.

    Comment by KCRob — April 21, 2018 @ 7:03 pm - April 21, 2018

  7. but I sometimes don’t agree with your gross generalizations.

    Good on you. I readily admit to over-generalizing. But we are at war with the grossest generalizers of all times: the Progressives.

    There are plenty of fine public schools which keep their “dumbing down” to a reasonable minimum. Many of the same universities which have screaming banshees in their liberal arts colleges have dedicated and highly significant science colleges.

    For five decades I was an active, functioning educator. I still have a great deal of contact within the field of education. But, on the whole, the politically moderate teacher has essentially lost control of the curriculum and the message.

    I suggest that you attend one of the home schooling conventions in your region and look at the vast variety of teaching materials which home schoolers and their co-ops use. Compare it to the politically judged and approved text materials available to public school teachers.

    What you will find is a true culture war taking place between the values of the home schoolers and what the public school is allowed to teach.

    You can then take a look at various private schools and compare their mission with that of the general public school.

    Next, take a look at the size and influence of administration and control in the public school system as opposed to private schools and home schoolers.

    Our local public high school has taken the basic Spanish 1 text and teaches it over two years as Spanish 1 and Spanish 2. The courses in German are long gone and Latin is a distant memory. Algebra has been turned into a 3 year battle for some students in order for them to get the math requirements for college.

    Examine your state university and learn how many students take remedial subjects for at least a year and how many students take 5 or 6 years to accumulate the credits to graduate.

    We have plenty of bright kids who get free rides and breeze through 4 years of University with all sorts of extra internships and special honors. But we also have a huge number of “diversity” students who are pushed and dragged to get a degree in “applied media.”

    My “attacks” on education are heart felt and they pain me. What, pray tell, is “women’s literature?” Obviously, it is literature written by women. But so what? If women writers bring a definable nuance to literature because of their DNA, then this is a science study, not a “humanities” course. Ditto “black literature” and LGBTQRXYZ literature. It’s Hollywood drama on the cheap and for the intellectually lazy.

    The great beast of political ideology sits in the front corner of every public school classroom.

    You are correct about the cultural differences of those in the cities and those in the ‘burbs and especially those in work-a-day small towns that dot the countryside.

    We are tied together by MSM opinion fueled “journalism” which is aimed at the populations of dense urban markets.

    Hard working teachers are fighting against incredible odds in many of the classrooms across the country. Hooray for them. However, I am not aware of any movement in public schools to peel back the administrivia and return to solid, basic education which honestly tests results.

    Comment by Heliotrope — April 21, 2018 @ 8:57 pm - April 21, 2018

  8. It is Heliotrope’s Clarity and perspective which allows him to successfully use generalization to its fullest extent.

    Comment by Hanover — April 21, 2018 @ 10:35 pm - April 21, 2018

  9. Jesus was a Jew, so why not just cut out the middle man and actually be Jewish?

    Comment by Matthew — April 23, 2018 @ 8:45 am - April 23, 2018

  10. Heliotrope, my daughter is a high school English teacher. She is but one of few conservatives employees. The stories she tells of the teachers lounge are so disturbing about what is important to the progressive teachers. Education of the students is not even on their list of things to do. And some of these poor, unfortunate students have had their minds totally twisted. While teaching about the Salem witch trials, where the young girls talk about future husbands, my daughter had one young woman (who thinks she identifies as trans) became highly enraged that the young girls did not dream about future girlfriends to spend their lives with. She wanted the story changed to reflect that fact. I guess you hit a nerve with me. I loved being in school. I don’t think I ever had a bad teacher. I loved them all, for opening so many doors for me or taught me how to open them. So any way, thanks for your fine words. The was something else I wanted to say, but now I forget. (lol)

    Comment by Linda — April 23, 2018 @ 9:11 am - April 23, 2018

  11. Linda @ #10: What a great joke on society that we now have a “victim” triggered by the confused girls of Salem not considering same-sex partners!!!!

    This from the Boston Herald:

    Bay State schools will be able to try a new curriculum with LGBTQ-themed history, English and health this fall that proponents say is an effort to help all students see themselves reflected in classrooms.

    Anyone opposed to any aspect of this is a neanderthal, bigoted, homophobe and should be banned from the classroom.

    When will the Bay State do something for the poor soul with a club foot?

    What I admire is the tacit implication that the Bay State schools have got teaching the three R’s to such a high level of effectiveness that they have the time and energy to psychoanalyze each student and build a tailored curriculum for pan-societal ego stroking.

    Clearly, only a Progressive can tinker with hormonal teen ambiguities and bring about only the highest form of societal progress toward perfection. Or not.

    Comment by Heliotrope — April 23, 2018 @ 2:59 pm - April 23, 2018

  12. Is this the same “curriculum” that perpetuates the evil lie that gay men were just pawns in our own civil rights movement?

    Comment by Matthew — April 25, 2018 @ 7:08 am - April 25, 2018

  13. Matthew (#9), Jesus came to fulfill the Law, not to perpetuate it. (Or, if you want an irreverent answer: bacon.)

    I find that scene in Cabaret to be the most scary in the movie. (The movie did an interesting and decent job condensing and adapting the Jewish green grocer sub plot, but keeping its sign of evil, of the stage version.)

    Comment by TheQuietMan — April 25, 2018 @ 6:08 pm - April 25, 2018

  14. Heliotrope #11, thanks for your comment. Sad that so many can’t get their brains around the concept of “live and let live”.

    Comment by Linda — April 27, 2018 @ 8:12 am - April 27, 2018

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