A nasty little thing called truth

Truth is not relative, no matter what some may tell you.

Truth is an absolute. Perhaps that’s why it’s so unpopular.

The secular humanists treat everything as relative, almost like a religion. I understand even though I do not agree. That’s the best way to bend truth to fit your conclusion. That’s the new scientific method. Draw a conclusion, and then shape the truth to fit it. That’s how we can go from masks to no masks then back to masks. That’s how they convince themselves that vaccines that do not work are good for us if we only listen to them and take enough of them.

The appeal

This method has particular appeal when the cult of relative truth bends young minds. It’s not a new concept. They have learned well from others. As the twig is bent, so grows the tree. It’s all symptoms of the decadent times in which we live. It’s why they disparage God. He doesn’t fit within their belief system. Faith does not fit. To believe in something unseen is a square peg in their round logic hole. Plus it’s way too visionary. That’s why they can believe that Schrödinger’s cat can be both dead and alive at the same time.

Destroyed by ignorance

“Ours may become the first civilization destroyed, not by the power of our enemies, but by the ignorance of our teachers and the dangerous nonsense they are teaching our children. In an age of artificial intelligence, they are creating artificial stupidity.”


The devil’s greatest achievement is convincing us that he does not exist.