Michael Bresciani
Evolutionists: political correctness is not the missing link
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By Michael Bresciani
February 23, 2015

Media hounds are ripping into statements made by Governor Scott Walker about his stand for creationism or Darwinism, much to no one's surprise. But was it a stand or only a punt as Walker declared it to be? The Wisconsin Governor thinks the question of whether he is a Darwinist has nothing to do with politics.

Most Americans may agree with him but MSM is bating and looking for the lowest common denominator to ink their rags and blast one of the best GOP candidates to come along in a very long time.

If you can't prove you came from an ape or a baboon (primate) you are still free to make a monkey of yourself. This may be the war cry or the dictum of the evolutionist, but the science is not settled and proof is sparse even today.

When making sweeping and detailed assertions of what happened billions of years ago you are not practicing science, you are speculating. Without empirical proof, repeatable observable phenomena or even a missing link or two – quite simply you are shooting blanks even though you may sound like a munitions expert.

Although I say it all too often, any description of events made billions of years ago is only 'prior philosophic postulation' or glorified guesswork.

We don't have to feel dumb for not believing in evolution because with the best in creation science burgeoning with new material daily it is becoming quite clear that believing in the Darwin fable, may be the dumbest lie, the cruelest hoax, and the most un-provable scientific theory ever laid on a generation.

We have a plethora of hoaxes to draw from like; Piltdown, Nebraska, Java and Orce man are just a few but let's not forget the arthritis plagued and most loved of all Neanderthal man who initially was put forth as a missing link. Lucy and Ida are the latest rage for the speculators, but already have fallen into disrepute.

It is estimated that after accounting for disasters, asteroid strikes and deadly pandemics the lowest number of homos sapiens or pre-humans that could be born in the billions of years used in the evolutionist narrative – there should be enough skeletal remains to reach to the moon and back, Odd that only a dozen or so have been put forth as proof and over three quarters of those have been revealed as hoaxes.

And evolutionists are trying to make Scott Walker look dumb!

Pulling a couple of familiar phrases and familiar sayings from the 70's and 80's should wrap up this article like – 'where's the beef' or 'get a life.'

In fact there is one real live, real-time missing link left in the Darwinist arsenal and it is being used today more than ever before. The link is called 'political correctness' and it is the peer pressure punch guaranteed to make any Bible believer break sweat and run away.

But the day when college freshmen went to class in abject silence and fear that teachers and classmates may laugh them out of class is long over.

The questions that Darwinists are stumbling over today – come from science not the bible.

But evolution is entrenched in modern secularism and academia. It is the status quo and the only narrative allowed in the halls of higher learning.

Walker is right about one thing – the evolution narrative has absolutely no bearing on the political views or the character of any Presidential candidate.

To be fair, considering what Darwinists' call proof, it is obvious that the theory of evolution has no bearing on anything.

© Michael Bresciani

 

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