Just a few weeks ago, the College Fix reported that many of today’s high school and college students support after-birth infanticide. Students who were polled on campuses including Purdue, the University of Minnesota, the University of Central Florida. and Ohio State, professed that it is acceptable to kill children up to age four because they are not “self-aware.”
According to the article, the driving force behind this insidious belief is Peter Singer, one of the most popular philosophers of our time and a professor with Princeton who supports giving reading assignments on infanticide to college students. So let’s take a look at what this well paid, anti-human philosopher believes in.
According to the Fix, Singer wrote in 1979 that, “human babies are not born self-aware, or capable of grasping that they exist over time. They are not persons … [therefore] the life of a newborn is of less value than the life of a pig, a dog, or a chimpanzee.”
Singer is also the author of Animal Liberation, which is credited as having great influence on the modern animal liberation movement. The central idea of the book is that, “the greatest good of the greatest number” is the only measure of good or ethical behavior. Singer believes that there is no reason not to apply this premise to other animals and he argues that the boundary between human and animal is completely arbitrary. “There are more differences between a great ape and an oyster.”
Not only does this beast believe that your two-year-old son has no more value than a chimpanzee, he couldn’t care less if he were killed because, well, he isn’t much different than an oyster. Singer argues that newborns lack the essential characteristics of personhood–rationality, autonomy, and self-consciousness–and therefore, “killing a newborn baby is never equivalent to killing a person, that is, a being who wants to go on living.”
This is a man whose own mother suffered from Alzheimer’s and who said that, if he had not had to share the decision-making for her care with his sisters, his mother might not have continued to live. Singer is also a father of three children. I wonder what he would have thought if someone had wanted to kill his three-year-old child?
Old activist from the sixties never die, however, they just became professors, philosophers, or politicians. They took showers, donned some trendy sneakers and a blazer, and went to work tearing down from the inside out the America many of us love . In Singer’s case, this is from his tenured pulpit in the hallowed halls of Princeton. Singer and others of his elk aim to invent their own type of America, one in which they believe must be weakened so that the New World Order can come of age. A world order that Americans, among many other Western nations, didn’t ask for and doesn’t want.
In his book, America: Imagine a World without Her,” Dinesh D’Souza says, “If the radicalism of the 1960s were to be revived, in any form whatsoever, it would take new leadership. Even before such leadership emerged, there would need to be a strategy to bring the carcass back to life.” D’Souza goes on to argue that Saul Alinsky, the activist and author of Rules for Radicals and his acolytes such as Hilary Clinton and Bill Ayers, was just the person to do it.
Alinsky believed in change from within the system rather than radical protesting, which he believed to be impotent. So what type of fellow is this Alinsky? In Rules for Radicals, Alinsky dedicates his book to Lucifer: “The first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom.” Well there you have it.
Here’s what Alinsky told his followers in the 1960s: “You can be freaks, but you should not come across as freaks. You can be revolutionaries, but you should not look or act or smell like revolutionaries. Take baths. Use deodorant. Cut your hair. Put on ties and dresses if you have to. Don’t use obscenities. Don’t call police “pigs” and U.S. soldiers “fascists.” Feign an interest in middle-class tastes; in other words, pretend to be like the people you hate.”
Marilyn Ferguson, in her epic book, The Aquarian Conspiracy, puts forth the same ideas as Alinsky, that is, to infiltrate government, academia, religion, and other spheres of influence from inside the citadel. And it has worked. For the past forty years these “freaks” have infiltrated every sphere of influence in America culture, government, and academia. They have elevated the likes of Singer and others like him who do not hold the ideal of the sanctity of life, that is, except for their own. Just think for a moment of Bill Gates and Ted Turner, who have unashamedly made it their life mission to reduce world population.
There is now an open war on humanity and Hollywood is loudly telling us the end game. The elites don’t like us because we are human and they want to live in a world without us, or one in which they can enslave us for their own selfish gain. Consider Elysium, the Hunger Games, the Matrix, Divergent, and countless other movies that are showing the fight humanity is in against these established freaks. Consider that the NSA is already watching and listening to everything you do. Can you say, “President Snow?”
The headlines are screaming that the age of robots is here. Momma, Singer and others like him, don’t want your baby to grow up to be a cowboy. In fact, they don’t want him to grow up at all. While the Russian, Chinese, and Muslim nations are teaching their boys as young as nine to fight, we are suspending ours from school if they make a hand gesture as if shooting a gun.
So what’s a momma bear or any of us to do? Educate yourself on what the real battle is all about. Extract yourself from the matrix and refuse to comply and conform, then raise a cowboy.