Thursday, February 6, 2014

Darwin Day

Darwin Day 

Chuck Morse

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Hosts the radio talk show "Chuck Morse Speaks" on the IRN/USA Radio Network Author of several books, including:
The Apostles of Evolution – The Practical Result of the Evolutionary Faith
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Columnist:  Published in The Boston Globe, The Washington Times, The Providence Journal, The New Bedford Standard Times, WND, Newsmax and Front Page Challenged Rep. Barney Frank in Massachusetts for Congressional Seat in 2004

Darwin Day 

February 12 is “Darwin Day” as observed by the cult followers of the British naturalist Charles Darwin. 

It’s been over a hundred years since the publication of Darwin's seminal book: On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life and there is still not a single shred of evidence that his racist theory of breeding is true.

What then, exactly, was Darwin’s creation theory?

Darwin’s theory holds that breeding by superior members of a given species with each other, or what Darwin called “random selection,” results in the evolution of a new and superior species. In this process the inferior or the “weaker” members of the given species either die off or are annihilated.

Darwin was a devout follower of Thomas Malthus who coined the idea of scarcity, a materialist theory which held that since the earth was a finite system its resources would run out unless the lesser members of the human species were either reduced or eliminated.

Darwin's theory was further developed by his cousin and collaborator Francis Galton who established the “science” of Eugenics which held that the process of natural selection should be replaced by planned selection in order to create a new and superior species.

Galton’s idea was embraced by Hitler and his practice of lebensraum which were collective communes of women chosen as superior specimens to breed with males who were members of the racially select SS. They were to give birth to more evolved offspring. This would stand to reason if one accepts Darwin’s crackpot idea as scientific fact. 

Hitler’s biological experiments, profoundly influenced by Darwin, would indeed be moral if mankind, in order to effect the survival of the fittest, would have develop a stronger and smarter strain. The Darwinian moral imprimatur was applied by the Nazis to their social experiment of isolating and in certain cases annihilating those they deemed to be members of inferior species who they viewed as consuming the earth's limited resources, useless eaters, those who were threatening the biological progress of the human race.

As we observe Darwin Day we might also thank Darwin for influencing the social theories of his contemporary social scientist Karl Marx who wanted to dedicate his Magnum Opus “Das Kapital” to Darwin. Marx transplanted Darwin’s biological theory of evolving the species in order to advance the human race to a social construct that had society evolving in stages, first feudalism, then capitalism, then socialism and finally communism where the entire planet would become one gigantic world-wide ant colony.

Yes, indeed, Darwin and his theory of breeding toward the evolution of a superior human species, an Ubermench, or toward an evolved utopian society remains all the rage with the fashionable set to this day who long for "change." And dare, just dare, to try to publicly question the validity of Darwin's theory, the crown jewell of the change-agents. Watch out! You might be relegated to the status of an inferior species.

Chuck Morse is the host the radio talk show "Chuck Morse Speaks" which is nationally syndicated on the IRN/USA Radio Network Mon - Fri 10 AM - Noon ET. He is the author of books as well as columns that have been published in The Boston Globe, The Washington Times, The Providence Journal, the New Bedford Standard Times, WND, Newsmax and Front Page. Chuck Morse received the 2003 Communicator of the Year award from the National Right to Work Committee and was named a "Heavy 100" Radio Talk Host by Talkers Magazine. Morse ran for Congress in 2004 against Rep. Barney Frank in Massachusetts.
Chuck Morse speaks on several topics covered in his books which are published on Amazon Kindle.
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