Monday, January 09, 2006

Darwinist's missing link

This site is so bizarre it almost seems like a joke. Their mission statement reveals a certain lack of awareness.

Phasing out the human race by voluntarily ceasing to breed will allow Earth's biosphere to return to good health. Crowded conditions and resource shortages will improve as we become less dense.
Coupling that with their motto "May we live long and die out" I think the average person will be less dense by virtue of natural selection. I don't think Margret Sanger was looking at her race or political alliances when she thought up her eugenics ideas, but as Mark Shea says, sin make you stupid.

One really off-the-wall section vomits this bizarre statement:

While we righteously argue against coercive methods to improve birth rates, let's keep in mind that coercion is already with us. Reproductive rights are not universally respected, so we already have coercion and involuntary population control. Hundreds of millions of couples want to avoid conceptions, and are denied this right. Where is the outrage at this coercion?

Advocates of coerced contraception are vilified as "ecofascists," while advocates of coerced births are respectfully called "pro-life".
Yeah, them pro-lifers are at it again. Out forcin' red-neck couples to copulate.

How about we introduce them to the gnostics. These free thinkers of early AD were so convinced of the evils of the flesh that the hard core members abstained from marriage and therefore avoided that problem of coerced births.

I say, may we become less dense and these foolish ideas die out quickly.

tip to Mark Shea

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