Social Engineering, Ideology and Moonbattery

The more radical the social engineering agenda, the more bizarre and inane the ideological propaganda war becomes. History is rewritten, truth is bent out of shape, and nonsense becomes an art form. The incredible lengths these activists will go to know no bounds. Any idiocy will do.

These radical ideologues, aided and abetted by academics looking to make a name for themselves, will come up with the most bizarre, the most idiotic, and the most ludicrous scenarios imaginable in the attempt to legitimise their cause. The more fruity the cause, the more fruity the means to promote it.

The attempt to legitimise and normalise the homosexual lifestyle is one clear case in point. They will make up things as they go along, rewrite the history books, massacre sociology, and decimate theology, for starters – all in the attempt to push their radical agenda.

Revisionist history is of course a major part of any activist social agenda. To substantiate your cause, you have to subvert history, and rewrite it in your own image. Thus the almost daily claim that some person in history is now confirmed to have been a homosexual.

Everybody plus their uncle is now being claimed as ‘one of them’. The closets must have been gigantic because of all the historical outings being claimed. Thus we are assured that Lincoln was a homosexual, or Shakespeare, or even Jesus.

Indeed, just name your historical figure: be it Plato, Alexander the Great, Augustine, Aquinas, Kant, Bacon, Napoleon, Washington, Franco, Einstein, Churchill, Kennedy, Ringo Starr, Obama, or ET, sooner or later someone will “out” them, claiming they were a homosexual all along.

Any wild assertion will do. Don’t worry about proof, or evidence, or even common sense. Just throw out a wild accusation, repeat it often enough – of course with the help of a brainless media – and before you know it, it has become established historical fact.

And if you can get eggheads, academics and various elites to make your case for you, all the better. This happens all the time in the ideology wars, and each new example tends to be even more amazing than previous ones. The most recent case certainly takes the prize. It will be hard to beat this one (although I am sure these activist ideologues will try their best).

Here is how the headline goes: “The oldest gay in the village: 5,000-year-old is ‘outed’ by the way he was buried”. Yep, you read it right. Now we have homosexual skeletons coming out of the closet. And we have academics to prove it. Here is how the story runs:

“Five thousand years after he died, the first known gay caveman has emerged into the daylight. According to archaeologists, the way he was buried suggests that he was of a different sexual persuasion. The skeleton of the late Stone Age man, unearthed during excavations in the Czech Republic, is said to date back to between 2900 and 2500 BC.”

The article continues, “‘From history and ethnology, we know that people from this period took funeral rites very seriously so it is highly unlikely that this positioning was a mistake,’ said lead researcher Kamila Remisova Vesinova. ‘Far more likely is that he was a man with a different sexual orientation, homosexual or transvestite. What we see here does not add up to traditional Corded Ware cultural norms’,”

Well there you have it folks. The experts have spoken, and they must know what they are talking about. Now we have proof of homosexual cave outings. Gee, and why didn’t we all think of this earlier? It is so blindingly obvious, isn’t it? It makes perfect sense of course.

Yes I know, some critics might come along with alternate explanations. But surely they can’t be right. The homosexuality theory is the only one worth running with. So forget all the alternative ideas, like maybe this guy’s enemies buried him this way as a form of shame and insult.

Maybe those burying him were just having a bad day. Maybe his wife was angry with him and had him buried this way. Maybe it was a nifty practical joke. Maybe the guy asked to be buried that way. Maybe those doing the burying were in a big hurry.

Maybe this, maybe that. One could come up with hundreds of equally plausible explanations; speculation and surmising is wide open here. So why in the world does this egghead know for sure that all these other explanations are unfeasible, but the homosexual one is the right one?

How nutty is all this? How absolutely bizarre have we become as a people that moonbattery like this makes it into our newspaper headlines, and plenty of people actually soak it up. Society is in terminal decline when this kind of pure imbecility, masquerading as “science” and “scholarship” is allowed to be given a free run.

I think I will just go with my own preferred explanation about this: obviously little green men from Mars came and did this. They were attempting to communicate important truths to planet earth, and figured this was the best way to do it. And I bet I can get some academic to confirm this for me as well.

Should make tomorrow’s headlines as well…

[873 words]

12 Replies to “Social Engineering, Ideology and Moonbattery”

  1. Besides, we know that prostitution is the “oldest profession” in the world. And we don’t need skeletons to tell us that people have perverted God’s way of one man/ one woman sexuality in marriage ever since the beginning of God’s creation, either.
    Even if homosexuality was there at the time does not normalise homosexuality.

    Rebecaa Field

  2. I always had a question mark over “ET”!

    Best chuckle I have had in a long time Bill!

    I think the best approach to this issue is to just repeat what these propgandists produce. Its self-evident nonsense and just as people are rubbing the sleep out of their eyes over the greens I think they will wake up to the desperate shrill voice of people who want to promote a lifestyle that is destructive to themselves and society. It boggles the mind that so called educated people are so obsessively blind to how ridiculous this looks!

    Pete Hall

  3. I like the first comment following the article: was it an April Fool joke?.

    I suspect Photoshop action:
    (i) the skeleton and artifacts are so clean, in all three dimensions
    (ii) the dig is clear of any other debris of excavation
    (iii) there is no perspective on compass direction, and no connection with the surrounding context.

    I am praying that the truth will be exposed as quickly as possible – just as happened with the false photos of the Israeli “atrocities” were.

    John Angelico

  4. Even on secular news websites, people were criticizing the huge assumption that’s been made. One of the better suggestions was that this was an enemy of the group that buried him, so they put him in an ‘insulting’ position to mock him in death (no sexual discrimination intended – that was pointed out too!)
    Although, as you pointed out, Bill, that guess is just as good as assuming the aliens put him there…
    Christie Ewens

  5. Bill,
    Your expression “Everybody plus their uncle is now being claimed as ‘one of them’.” is revealing in itself. Having lived and been a participant in the Cold War, I well remember the Soviet practice of claiming how every great invention had Soviet origins, whether it be the arts, technology, or endeavour. The concept of claiming everyone “as their own” has overtones of this Narcissistic approach to life – the exact antithesis of what the Saviour taught about behaviour.
    John Galanos

  6. I told you all what PHD stood for didn’t I?

    ‘Permanent Head Damage’.

    Dorian Ballard

  7. Based on their respective personal lives, JFK (especially) or Ringo made it abundantly clear what their sexual orientations were. Do you think this story is another instance of deliberately lying to further a cause?
    Ross McPhee

  8. To Rebecca Field re prostitution being the world’s oldest profession: My Websters dictionary defines profession as “a calling requiring specialised knowledge and often long and intensive academic preparation”. I don’t think prostitution fits that description. And surely feeding, clothing, and building shelters for people would have come before anyone making sex a commodity that could be sold for money. It doesn’t make sense.
    Ian Brearley

  9. Claiming that method or position of burial indicates homosexuality is actually a nice admission that his apparent ‘gayness’ has no genetic cause.
    Michael Watts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *