Monday, October 24, 2011

You're Not Arguing Your Case Well Enough Yet

It is stories like this one highlighted by Redbaiter down in New Zealand, with the inconsistencies screaming at you as he has laid out, that prompts me to repeat one of my observations.
The challenge for you, mankind, is to argue your case. Say it loud and say it strong. You are seeking mercy from those who are positioned to enforce misanthropic beliefs. 

Mankind’s strongest case is his brain. Those who have been employing Critical Theory to undermine the West have been doing everything in their power to fill that brain with nonsense.

The lawsuits brought for bird deaths in some cases (for a handful of deaths due to oil spills) and not others (deaths in 6 figures due to wind turbines) is precisely the sort of inequalities that our institutions were designed to prevent. Now that the young have been denied the teaching of sound logic, this sort of outrage will be the norm and not the exception unless you get involved in the fight to try and sway a handful of the very powerful to radically abandon their bleak outlook.

This is one of those topics where I have too much evidence that I'm talking to a wall.

1 comment:

  1. Night operation of the windmills in the North Allegheny Windpower Project has been halted following discovery of a dead Indiana bat under one of the turbines, an official with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Monday.


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