[ASI] Life Unworthy of Life

April 28th, 2018 at 11:56 am EDT
   
Cliff Kincaid
President.
America's Survival, Inc.
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Dear Friend of America’s Survival:

As the Culture of Death continues to expand, with the state-sanctioned death of the disabled boy, Alfie Evans, we must face up to our responsibilities and challenges. Nigel Farage called it “state-sponsored euthanasia” by the British health service.

Pope John Paul II proposed a “culture of life” to counter the "culture of death." In this video, Bishop René Henry Gracida discusses the growth of the culture of death and identifies the “cultural viruses” which have infiltrated our society, even the Catholic Church and Catholic hospitals, and promoted acceptance of moral evils under the theory of "proportionalism."

We are now at 1 billion abortions worldwide and counting. Now they are killing the born. The Nazis called it “life unworthy of life.” This is socialized medicine in action. This is where it is all heading, on a national and even global level. It is totol control of the family and the individual. It is more than population control; it is depopulation.


Alfie Evans: Life unworthy of life.

In this context, I want to mention the work of Canadian Jordan B. Peterson, a voice of sanity in this world of ours. Dr. Judith Reisman mentions his positive contributions in our video on the Marxist Sexual Revolution.

 


Watch the show here

This John-Henry Westen article, Jordan Peterson calls for ‘intact heterosexual two-parent families’ to maintain civilization, is worth reading. In short, we have to return to the Judeo-Christian tradition. I’m glad Peterson is saying this, but so are a lot of other people, including yours truly.

Read his 12 Principles for a 21st century conservatism here.

I like Peterson, but I prefer the work of the late Stan Evans and his book The Theme is Freedom. Stan described the book as “an effort to trace, conceptually and as a matter of historical fact, the nexus between religious values and the rise of our political system.” He notes for example:

  • “That biblical teaching was the formative influence in the creation of Europe, and that Europe was the nursery of freedom as we know it, are both established facts of record.”
  • “If Christian doctrine is opposed to freedom, then liberty ought to flourish where Christianity has had the smallest degree of influence, and languish where that influence is the greatest. That a general survey prima facie says the opposite suggests that something in the conventional history is mistaken.”
  • “…this correlation of Christianity with the rise of freedom is anything but accidental. In fact, the precepts of our religion provided the conceptual building blocks for the free societies of the West—including the very idea of liberty as we know it, limits on the power of the state, and institutions that gave these practical expression.”

Jordan Peterson says he is a Christian in some sense. But his views on some Christian beliefs -- such as the resurrection -- are ambiguous, evasive, or agnostic.

1 Corinthians 15:14 says: And if Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so is your faith.

Anyway, Peterson is saying some truths and he is a serious thinker.   Tell me what you think.

Contact me at Kincaid@comcast.net


For America’s Survival,


Cliff Kincaid,
President

 

 

 

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