Skeptics Have Been Proven Right Over and Over Again! Especially Considering That the Zionists Corrupted Science

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A growing skepticism of science has seeped into the classroom, and it’s revived attacks on one of the most established principles of biology – evolution.

N Y Times: Questioning Evolution: The Push to Change Science Class



Like all Evolution  propaganda, this article utilizes classic logical fallacies — especially “Straw Man” Fallacy — to perpetuate Darwin’s delusion. As such, it offers us a good opportunity to combine a science lesson and a philosophy lesson, with some history thrown in as well. Let’s dive into this life-forming “primodial soup” (Oparin), or is it a “warm pond” (Darwin), or a sea bed (Haeckel) or a deep-sea vent (Martin) and correct Clyde Haberman’s (cough cough) uninformed attack on creationism.



Like all cunning Atheists, Clyde Haberman does battle with the Strawman of Genesis literalism.


Haberman: “Evolution Mama” is a sassy song dating back many decades, probably best played on a banjo, maybe with a kazoo in the background. “Evolution mama,” it goes, “don’t you make a monkey out of me.”

Analysis: Right from the start, in oh-so-typical New York elitist Jew fashion, Haberman conjures up an image of banjo and kazoo-playing rednecks with which he intends to spar (Strawman Fallacy, Appeal to Ridicule Fallacy).

Haberman: That certainly captures the sentiments of religious groups and like-minded politicians who believe Charles Darwin was talking through his hat and there is no way that humans are descended from lower animals.

Analysis: “Religious groups” — The not-so-subtle insinuation here is that disbelief in Darwin’s delusion can only be motivated by religious fanatacism. (Appeal to Motice Fallacy)

Haberman: This installment of Retro Report shows the enduring strength of the forces that embrace the biblical account of Creation or reasonable facsimiles of it.

Analysis: Haberman invokes the literal account of Genesis while ignoring the fact that a Creationist may reject both Darwinism and a literal interpretation of Genesis. (Black and White Fallacy) By avoiding science and logic, and instead framing the debate within Genesis (which also contains stories of talking snakes etc.), Haberman believes he has an easy adversary (Straw Man Fallacy).

Haberman: For some of them, the rejection of broad scientific consensus …

Analysis: Ah, that magic word — “consensus” — which is nothing more than a euphemism for “groupthink.” (Appeal to the Popular Fallacy). Nowhere in the classic definition of the Scientific Method (hypothesis, experimentation, observation) is the word “consensus” ever mentioned. It is strict adherence to the Scientific Method — not math equations, computer models and the democratic “consensus” of mutually deluded crackpots — that establishes scientific facts. That’s Science 101, boys and girls.

Haberman: … extends to issues like climate change and stem-cell research.

Analysis: Diversionary tactic (Non Sequiter, Red Herring Fallacy). The hoax of “Climate Change”  is not relevant to the case for or against Evolution .


Haberman wants his readers to reflexively associate any doubts about Evolution with banjo-playing “rednecks” on overalls (Straw Man Fallacy). He also uses ad Populum and Red Herring (Diversion) Fallacy.


Haberman: If anything, science skeptics, like the Seattle-based Discovery Institute….


Analysis: They are not “science skeptics”  — They are Evolution ™ skeptics. Clever move, Haberman. (Framing the debate)


Haberman: … may feel emboldened in the era of President Trump, who shares their doubts on some matters … Last month, for instance, Mr. Trump nominated a coal lobbyist as deputy administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency.

Analysis: Notice how Haberman speaks of Evolution ™ and Climate Change  as established facts without presenting any evidence. (Existential Fallacy)

Haberman: … the granddaddy of anti-evolution cases: the so-called Scopes Monkey Trial, held in 1925 in the buckle of the Bible Belt. John T. Scopes, a high school substitute teacher, was charged in Dayton, Tenn., with violating a state law that prohibited the teaching of human evolution in state-funded schools. The trial was epic, with two titans going against each other: William Jennings Bryan for the prosecution and Clarence Darrow for the defense.

Analysis: The rest of the article continues with similar juvenile fallacies. Logic / Philosophy class gets redundant at this point. So to close out our rebuttal, let’s correct the Fake History of the famous Scopes Monkey Trial –at least as most people have come to understand it from Hollyweird’s “Inherit the Wind.”

At a time when the Piltdown Man Hoax was still accepted as a legitimate fossil find, a substitute high school teacher, John Scopes, was accused of violating Tennessee’s Butler Act, which made it unlawful to teach Evolution TM in any state-funded school. The Scopes “Monkey Trial” was deliberately staged in order to attract publicity to Evolution TM. Scopes himself was unsure whether he had even taught the subject, but he deliberately incriminated himself so that the test case could have a defendant. Scopes was found guilty and fined $100, but the verdict was overturned on a technicality.

But the trial, provocatively brought forward by the pro-Communist ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) served its purpose of drawing national publicity. Big name reporters flocked to Dayton, Tennessee to cover the famous lawyers who represented each side. William Jennings Bryan, three-time presidential candidate, argued for the prosecution, while the ACLU’s Clarence Darrow, the famed defense attorney, defended Scopes.



Teacher John Scopes (Image 2) was propped up and defended by ACLU communist Clarence Darrow.


The highlight of the case was Darrow’s theatrical cross examination of Bryan, the prosecuting attorney! In typical Atheist fashion, Darrow was able to confound Bryan by forcing him to defend the literal interpretation of Genesis. Attacks on Bryan by the National Press were as frequent as they were vicious. Life Magazine awarded Bryan the “Brass Medal of the Fourth Class,” for having:

“…successfully demonstrated by the alchemy of ignorance that hot air may be transmuted into gold, and that the Bible is infallibly inspired except where it differs with him on the question of wine, women, and wealth.”

Even the European press slammed Bryan with condescending sarcasm.

Thirty years later, the Broadway play Inherit the Wind (1955) was based on the trial. It turned Darrow and Bryan into characters named Henry Drummond and Matthew Brady. The play caricatured Bryan (Brady) even more viciously than the Yellow Press of 1925 had done. Brady is depicted as a foaming at the mouth, bible thumping lunatic, bearing no resemblance whatsoever to the true events of the trial. In the actual trial, Darrow may have gotten the best of Bryan, but never did Bryan act like the stark raving madman depicted in Inherit the Wind.

Inherit the Wind was later made into a 1960 film starring Spencer Tracy as Drummond and Fredric March as Brady.  There have also been three additional television versions, always starring big name Hollywood “A Listers” as Melvyn Douglas and Ed Begley Sr. in 1965; Jason Robards and Kirk Douglas in 1988; and Jack Lemmonand George C. Scott in 1999. The childish “Straw Man” game of bashing the lunatic character Brady is always the same. What was ultra liberal Hollywood’s obsession with producing, and hyping, so many Inherit the Wind films?

Of course, there has never been a film to portray the bizarre beliefs of Mr. Darwin.




In “Inherit the Wind,” the over-heating lunatic character Brady is constantly depicted waving a fan that reads: “Compliments of Mason’s Funeral Parlor” as he cites scripture.



 Boobus Americanus 1: I read an article in the New York Times today about Evolution deniers. Apparently they are becoming more clever in finding ways to interject their religious dogma into the public schools.

Boobus Americanus 2: Amazing how in this day and age these stupid rednecks can still deny Darwin’s discoveries.




Sugar: Hey monkey brain! Darwin didn’t “disscover” anything other than minor pre-exissting variationss within sspeciess.


Editor: Like all Fake Science, Darwinism had to be imposed by adademic intimidation and propaganda.


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