Coffee!! Marxists celebrate Darwin, denounce design – and line up all afternoon for sausages, unless they are Party members, in which case …
|December 15, 2009||Posted by O'Leary under Darwinism|
Oh, wait. The Marxists who sponsor this site probably live in an oppressive capitalist state where one can just go buy sausages on the way home from work. Beef, pork, turkey, veggie, stuff I couldn’t even name …
Anyhow, in this year of all years when tax burdens celebrate Darwin, Marxists pile in. A friend points me to this:
November marks the 150th anniversary of the publication of Origin of Species by Charles Darwin. This book revolutionised thinking about the living world because for the first time it provided an explanation for the evolution of species, something that was long suspected by scientists. Darwin’s simple idea change by natural selection is arguably the single most important foundation-stone upon which all modern biology is based. The Origin of Species was a triumph of the materialist world outlook, even if Darwin himself didn’t quite put it that way, and for that reason its publication was celebrated by Marx and Engels.
For the first time, Darwin gave a coherent and consistent explanation for evolution. Moreover, it was based on chance and random developments in the natural environment and not in the slightest on any cosmic purpose. There was no place in Origin, in other words, for God.
– John Pickard, “Darwin’s Science vs ‘Intelligent Design'” (24 November 2009)
If I were invited to one of their Marxfests, I would auction off bricks from the Berlin Wall.
Proceeds to “open society” causes only, not to Marxism.
Here is a vid of happy Marxist citizens of East Germany voting – with their feet: