Conventional collectivist created authority is a deception in consciousness. You are your own Authority!

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Nostalgic New Year Flashback: Summer, 1999

7/30/99: Mark O. Barton, the crazed crusader from Atlanta, who murdered 12 people and committed suicide, was a church going boy scout leader who hoped to meet his victims in heaven after the resurrection. Several TV pundits contended that this was just a symptom of a larger social problem in this country. They’re right, but not how they think they’re right. The madmen who do these kinds of things are all the deceived slaves of gods. Its gods, not guns, that’s the social problem.

8/11/99: Buford O. Furrow, the Christian white supremacist who shot up a Jewish preschool in Los Angeles, said his rampage was meant to be a wake up call for Americans to start killing Jews. Again, the usual tube puppets and talking heads complained that the social problem is guns, when it is only too obvious that the problem is religion. He belonged to the Church of Jesus Christ of the Aryan Nation. Religion or some similar deception in consciousness is a common thread in all these shootings.

8/16/99: CNN devoted a large block of time to a "Take Back Our School" pep rally at Columbine High School in Littleton Colorado. It was the biggest 'news' event of the day. There was lots of cheering, singing, speeches, and praising the Lord. "We are Columbine" tee-shirts were handed out to the kids so they could all look alike. No one seemed to care that the school had never been taken from them in the first place, and there was no obstacle whatsoever to their coming back. But it made them feel good – sort of like they were "taking their school back" from the Devil. And now they can get back to the business of learning what to think instead of how to think.

8/16/99: The Kansas state board of education voted to delete any questions about evolution in future science evaluation tests. Why? -- Because the constitution prohibits the teaching of creationism in public schools. They believe in creationism, and if creationism can’t be taught, then evolution won’t be taught.  Creationists want their bible story taught in science classes’ right along with evolution. Most people, if given a vote, would have both, they reason.  Next they'll want to vote on whether the sun orbits the earth, as God says, or the earth orbits the sun as the scientists say.

8/26/99: George W. Bush and Al Gore each endorsed the idea of teaching creationism in the nation's public schools, proving that both politicians would eagerly sacrifice the truth for a few lousy votes.

8/19/99: The Oklahoma City Tecumseh School District Authority! has instituted a policy of mandatory drug testing for all students who wish to participate in any extracurricular activities, including the debate team, choir, and marching band. First they force the kids to go to school, and when they get there, force them to pee in a jar if they want to participate.  God bless America! Soon the government Authority! will be coming after the rest of us.

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