Saturday, June 11, 2016

The Death of Free Speech in Europe

Across Europe, cartoonists, artists and writers are forced to live under police protection, and also often face criminal prosecution -- all for the "crime" of offending Islam. "'Respect' means, for them, submission." It starts with censoring cartoons...

Friday, May 27, 2016

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Quote of the Day: Leftism

"It is the duty of all decent men and women to see leftism exterminated from all places where decent human beings seek to live peacefully, and indeed, all places should be places where decent human beings seek to live peacefully, and thus leftists should be the subject of a planetary genocide." - Christopher Cantwell

Probable Cause with Sibel Edmonds- Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize: Proof of a World turned Upside Down?

Milo Yiannopoulos Assaulted and Threatened by Black Lives Matter 'Protesters' at DePaul University

"A woman with a fanny pack tried to take a swing at me tonight. It was one of two times I was threatened, but it was the fanny pack that really got to me. Fashion is no joke young lady, even if Black Lives Matter is."-Milo Yiannopoulos

BLM disrupts yet another event paid for by Depaul Republicans and security does nothing. The University asked Breitbart to pay for "security". Worthless, spineless white (race traitors) security guards stand by and do nothing, looking like the pond scum they are.

"There will soon come a day when aggressive race obsessed leftists will not be allowed to take over public events and harass people. Pressure is building. When the shit breaks loose they'll wish they'd grown up sooner and they'll lose everything they thought they had."-Chris Case

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Human and Animal Consciousness

Similarly, the concerns expressed in your question arise only if animals have self-consciousness. I was puzzled by how troubled you seem to be at the notion that some animals are conscious. Mere consciousness or sentience does not suffice to make an organism a moral agent. It is a non-sequitur to conclude that because a dog feels an itch in his leg “animals do have the same states of consciousness as we do.” So you are quite mistaken when you assert “the distinction God draws between us and animals is exactly our conscious state.” No, the distinction is that we are free, self-conscious agents, not merely sentient organisms. You have nothing to fear theologically from recognizing that animals are conscious. And that is all that the Cambridge Declaration affirms.

Read more: Animal Consciousness Once More

h/t Victor Reppert
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