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The Slippery Slope of Enforcing Darwinism in the Classroom?

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5 Responses to The Slippery Slope of Enforcing Darwinism in the Classroom?

  1. 1

    IMO this cartoon is too crude. I prefer the cartoon showing a teacher staying after school to write “I will not criticize evolution” repeatedly on the blackboard.

  2. This is an example of how evolution really works. It culls and keeps a species (evolution in this case) within a median position, where any variation outside that median is considered unfit for survival, And is dealt with by extinction.

  3. Larry Fafarman sez “IMO this cartoon is too crude.”

    Agreed. The future termination method of choice, rather, will be more humane. Possibly lethal injection.

    Gloppy.

  4. I don’t think it’s too crude at.

    Remember what was done in the USSR against Christians and anyone who dared question the state and communism. Same for the PRoC even to this day.

    It is estimated that an average of +/- 160,000 Christians worldwide are martyred per year. Generally under either communist or Islamic regimes. (+/- 1 Million were killed by Nazis in concentration camps)

    It is not crude in the least to prevision the possibility that the same things could happen “right here in America”.

    In fact, if current trends and pushes by atheist fanatics working under the insidious influences of Satanists and various anti-christ groups continue, nothing is more likely.

    All you have to do is read the hateful and violent words of professional idiots like PZ Meyers et al. to see how just a few steps further on could bring literal violence into play.

    I’ve often been told by atheists on various debate forums that they would like nothing better than to kill Christians, assassinate the Pope and all religious leaders etc.

    The Columbine murders were largely executions of students professing belief in God or faith in Christ.

    It is predicted that Wicca (nature worship/witchcraft) will become the 3rd largest religion in the US by 2012.

    Hardly a good sign.

    Crude? Not at all.

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    Well, maybe what the cartoon needs is a good caption. Here are my suggestions:

    Survival of the fittest

    Predator-prey arms race

    I warned you not to get me into trouble with Judge Jones

    Weeding out those who are unfit to compete in the global economy

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