Category Archives: Moral Relativism

Reason 352: Because The Only Agenda That Should Matter Is Yours

It would seem, given the numbers in our article today, that homeschooling is catching on, and that is a promising thing for our future. And it would seem that the moral decadence pushed by the institution has played no small part in the increase we’re all watching. Since  the time that the courts have begun to decree what the people have voted down, there really is no alternative for parents who don’t want their children being a rat in the social laboratory that is the institution.

Here is an article that discusses this:

Pressed By Common Core And LGBT Agenda, More Families Homeschool

a bit from the article:

In addition, LGBTQ activists have successfullyinundated schools with their approved ideology inside sex education that starts now as early as kindergarten. With these problems in public schools and many families unwilling or unable to afford the cost of private schooling, more and more families are choosing homeschooling as an alternative. This ensures they can avoid educational indolence and moral apathy while picking and choosing what learning method, curriculum, and schedule works best for their family.

Please don’t think your school is different. It isn’t. If you want your child’s education to be different, then you’ll have to take them away from Ceasor, and educate them at home.


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Reason 334: Because There’s No Morality In The Moral Relativism The Institution Teaches

There was a man who had earlier seen no reason for his legs and so had them amputated.  At a later point, the man began to lament that he was extremely limited in his mobility and he just couldn’t figure out exactly why. That’s kind of how this article reads:

Students’ Broken Moral Compasses

What this writer can’t seem to figure out is that it’s not the compass that is broken, but rather it’s true north that’s broken. In a world in which one day north is one direction and the next it’s  some other direction, a compass is of no use. The author assumes that the god/state is sufficient for determining true north. He can’t see that what the state once outlawed, it now encourages.  That’s because the absolute north required for a reliable moral compass was amputated years ago with the help of the very institution in which  he laments that it’s now found to be absent.

The established religion of Secular Humanism in the state school is simply unable to teach absolutes. While the state has no problem teaching self-contradicting ethics, it will never contradict it’s own ethic that there are no absolute ethics. It follows then that ethics is thrown into the same box as other impossible-to-define, “ethical” causes, such as equality, or social justice and so on. In this environment ethics just winds up being the square peg of feelings being hammered into the round hole of absolutes.

An example from the article:

As my students seemed to crave more meaningful discussions and instruction relating to character, morality, and ethics, it struck me how invisible these issues have become in many schools. By omission, are U.S. schools teaching their students that character, morality, and ethics aren’t important in becoming productive, successful citizens?

The first word written in neon is “meaningful”. Meaningful you say? How can that be? The institution teaches that each person is the product of chance, that they are only arranged molecules in a chemical sack that will one day cease to be, and in between the survival of the womb and the grave the accumulation of material wealth is the means of measuring justice.  Because make no mistake, when the institution teaches justice, it’s teaching material redistribution.

It is quite amazing that someone can come so close to the problem and not see the real problem. He correctly laments Common Core. He understands that there is a problem with ethics. But he can’t quite walk across the room to see the answer because his moral legs were amputated years ago.

But it doesn’t have to be this way for your child. Meaning is important, and there is meaning in life beyond life itself. And in the same well from which we draw up meaning, we also draw up morals, which, as it turns out, are absolute after all.


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Reason 329: Because There’s Now Going To Be A Satan Club After The All Day Satan Indoctrination

This story fascinates me:

An After School Satan Club could be coming to your kid’s elementary school

It fascinates me because the schoolhouse already teaches what this club proposes to teach after school, yet many parents have no problem with it when the name “Satan” is removed during the school day. This is their proposed curriculum from the article:

The curriculum for the proposed after-school clubs emphasizes the development of reasoning and social skills. The group says meetings will include a healthful snack, literature lesson, creative learning activities, a science lesson, puzzle solving and an art project. Every child will receive a membership card and must have a signed parental­ permission slip to attend.

Someone else will have to enlighten me as to how that’s any different from the public school, including the denial of the existence of God.

But there is an interesting insight given in this article that confirms my point:

They point out that Christian evangelical groups already have infiltrated the lives of America’s children through after-school religious programming in public schools, and they appear determined to give young students a choice: Jesus or Satan.

To “infiltrate” is a nefarious affair. One would think that the public school system was a glorious thing, indeed pristine, which has never ever in thousands of years allowed any religion whatsoever into its midsts, and then here has come these evildoers, these wild-eyed, big-Bible-thumping, knuckle-dragging neanderthals attempting to indoctrinate these poor children into some crazy religious scheme. They put themselves, not as the indoctrinaters, but as the traditionalists, attempting to protect their sacred traditions from usurpers. Of course, history tells a different story, but who knows anything about history? It’s public school we’re talking about here.

Adams sais that our constitution was meant for a moral and religious people, and that it was fit for none other. If you’ve ever wondered what he meant, just think about this school club for a minute or two. But it doesn’t have to be this way for your children. They don’t have to be raised, trained and indoctrinated by a Satanic state. You can keep them home, and indoctrinate them in the ways of truth.



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Reason 248: Because Evil Is Bad In A Good Sort Of Way

On a superficial level, I can see how someone could think that ridding culture of the silly notion of God would be a good thing; kind of like a world imagined in John Lennon’s song: “Imagine”. He asked us all to imagine that there’s no god or religion, that above us was only molecules… just like below us… and in us… just molecules. But don’t think about it any further than that if you want to have any relationship whatsoever with logic.

But that’s just what the state is up to. But it has a monumental problem in attempting two tasks at the same time, both of which are pulling in opposite directions. First, it teaches in its schoolhouse that we are nothing more than sacks of molecules arranged by chance over time in an environment that came about the same way. The best they can come up with is “survival of the fittest”. So naturally it teaches that there is no such thing as ultimate good and evil and that such notions are nothing more than electrical impulses this way and that, all set in motion from billions of years of chance arrangement that all started from nothing. That’s one task.

At the same time the state is tasked to teach that there is ultimate right and wrong; that you can’t pollute the environment, or say anything at all derogatory about certain depraved inclinations, or question the state about anything at all.  So in short it’s easy to see that the state’s real task is simply to usurp God. It must at the same time say there is no god and then put itself up as a god. It rejects all ideas of evil, then makes laws, as if evil exists. Of course, it has no basis for defining evil beyond itself. And that’s why I refer to it so often in these writings as the god/state which must reject evil while teaching against evil. Yes, confusing, I know. But there’s nothing new here really. Man by his nature has always been in rebellion against God so it should be no surprise to us when the worship of man in Secular Humanism becomes the established religion.

That’s why the average graduate from the state school, will, on the one hand, say that no one should judge and on the other judge harshly those who don’t agree with them on social issues. They will preach endlessly about environmentalism, then drive their air-polluting cars home to their large air-conditioned houses and not think a thing about it. They will constantly cry for more of a thing so indefinable as “social justice”, and then go to a rally and decry that someone out there thinks that it’s wrong to suggest that crushing and dismembering babies is evil. But as I said, this is not new. Let’s look back a hundred years to C. K. Chesterton. He had this to say in his book “Orthodoxy”:

For all denunciation implies a moral doctrine of some kind; and the modern revolutionist doubts not only the institution he denounces, but the doctrine by which he denounces it. Thus he writes one book complaining that imperial oppression insults the purity of women , and then he writes another book (about the sex problem) in which he insults it himself. He curses the Sultan because Christian girls lose their virginity, and then curses Mrs. Grundy because they keep it. As a politician, he will cry out that war is a waste of life, and then, as a philosopher, that all life is waste of time. A Russian pessimist will denounce a policeman for killing a peasant, and then prove by the highest philosophical principles that the peasant ought to have killed himself. A man denounces marriage as a lie, and then denounces aristocratic profligates for treating it as a lie. He calls a flag a bauble, and then blames the oppressors of Poland or Ireland because they take away that bauble. The man of this school goes first to a political meeting, where he complains that savages are treated as if they were beasts; then he takes his hat and umbrella and goes on to a scientific meeting , where he proves that they practically are beasts. In short, the modern revolutionist, being an infinite sceptic, is always engaged in undermining his own mines . In his book on politics he attacks men for trampling on morality; in his book on ethics he attacks morality for trampling on men. Therefore the modern man in revolt has become practically useless for all purposes of revolt. By rebelling against everything he has lost his right to rebel against anything.

…and I recently saw this by a more recent thinker:

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This is Ravi Zacharias. He has moral clarity. The one asking the question is a student indoctrinated by the state. He is confused. He want’s to borrow God’s laws, then self-righteously judge everyone but himself, including God, using that standard.  But we should expect nothing different. He’s been indoctrinated to think the way he does. He couldn’t not think that way no more than an ice cream maker could pop popcorn. He’s  confident that he’s right. And he’s just as confident no one should be confident about anything.

It’s one thing to be confused. But to be confused in a confused society is something far worse. There’s no one to help you. You feed off of each other’s confusion. But even worse yet is to send your children to be trained in a confused institution put there by a confused culture. There is good… and there’s evil,. and to grasp that is a far better than living in the confusion of thinking that they both do and don’t exist at the same time.

The truth is that if good and evil are based on electrical impulses going on between our ears, then there’s no such thing as good and evil… and that’s exactly what your child will be taught at the schoolhouse. But there is good… and there is evil, and that is good. At least it’s good to have that much logic at your foundations. And it’s a far better thing to live knowing that there is evil in the world, and to be taught the same thing, than to live in the gray fog of confusion that is feeling that they both do and don’t exist at the same time.


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Reason 244: Because LGBT Is The Jesus Of Your School System

When you go to religious institutions there’s always someone or something around which the institution focuses. If you’re a Buddist, you’re bound to hear a lot about Budda in their worship service. If you’re a Muslim, then Mohammad is the man. And of course with Christianity, it’s Jesus. But what about the religious institution you send your child to every day? What or who is always the focus there? Well as it turns out, it’s not a who as much as it is a group.

The group you will see the focus rode in on the backs of blacks as fellow victims. But victims they are surely not. It’s anyone’s guess exactly how the pecking order of the hords of “victim classes” roaming the halls of your schoolhosue. But there’s no doubt who’s on top, and that’s the homosexual agenda. It is the “Jesus” of the government school, and as such insists on prominence in every aspect of your child’s indoctrination as can be seen in this one article:

The Homosexualization of Music Education

It appears to be written by a Christian. But the vast majority of Christians are not grasping the reality of the power of the institution with its campus culture and iron fisted agenda for their children. It’s over for government education. America is serving her new messiah, the LGBT, and that service especially involves the government schoolhouse. From the article:

Numerous studies have shown the educational benefits of music education: students who are involved in music are more likely to not only graduate from high school, but also to attend college. And students in high-quality school music programs score higher on standardized tests, regardless of the socioeconomic level of the school or school district. While musical training helps us all to develop our language and reasoning abilities, I personally benefited from the discipline and challenge in my music education to play ever-more difficult pieces of music.

Let me say this. Unless you’re in the minority, the only thing high quality in your neighborhood schoolhouse is the LGBT agenda. For the vast majority of the rest of the students in the schoolhouse everything but that is sub-par, and for lots of reasons that the schoolhouse has no direct control over, the largest of which is that they’re coralling together, in age segregated groups, masses of children that come from a society that believes what the last generation of schoolhouses taught; which is that there is no ultimate right and wrong, that you personally get to decide what is right and wrong for yourself, and that you’d better agree with us, your masters, about what that right and wrong actually is.

I write this in my house the morning after a concert I attended by the youth orchestra in which my child participates. It was beautiful. It was amazing to watch those young people perform. And best of all, the government has no say in how it’s operated. There’s no Title IX nonsense about bathrooms and transgendereism. It’s a colorful group in terms of skin color, if your especially atuned to such things. I’m not. And it is as high quality as anything the government can pull off while attempting to pay the NEA as it appeases every power broker under the sun attempting to get’s its cause encoded into your child’s mind.

It’s over for governemnt education. That is unless you would be the most proud parent ever to have your son come home in a dress, or carrying his prayer mat. If that’s the case then the government is doing a stand up job for you. But it that seems creepy to you, for goodness sake abandon the government schoolhouse.



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Reason 240: Because The Schoolhouse Isn’t Experiencing Cultural Rot, It’s Leading The Charge

Here is an article I find to be fascinating:

Teacher Who Had Sex with Minors Wore a Necklace to Her School That Just Says It All…

I find it fascinating, not because of the obvious, but because of the blindness of those on my side of things. It amazes me how many articles I read, for example, that use feminine pronouns for men. I guess they never heard that those who frame the debate win the debate… and they always win the “debate” even if they have to do it by force.

So in this article we see this:

In 2014, there were 781 reported cases of teachers and other school employees accused or convicted of sexual relationships with students, according to The Washington Post.

Many believe there is a reason that this conduct has ballooned over the last 10 years :social media.

This reminds me of the movie, The Jerk, where Steve Martin thinks that the man attempting to shoot him hates the oil cans that are behind him because the shooter missed him.

To blame the explosion of teacher/student sex on social media, while ignoring everything else that the school teaches is absurd on its face.

And here is another quote that connotes our moral corruption as a society:

According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Wilfinger follows a slew ofother teachers who have recently been charged with inappropriate student/teacher sexual misconduct.

This is only “inappropriate” behavior. But in a society as highly sexualized as ours, one that even conservatives wink at all kinds of sexual sins, what should we expect? When our society has rejected absolutes and has passed that rejection along to the schoolhouse to be fed into the minds of millions of poor young souls starting as early as four years old, what other word might we use?  And how long will it take for “inappropriate” to become, perhaps just: “not the best choice”? Once the walls are taken down, the mud pours where it wills. How long before the ACLU and the NEA step in and stop this shameless harassment of teachers who are only doing what they’ve been taught to do their whole lives with students who have been taught the same thing? Soon I’m sure. And still, parents will send their children to this mess.

But it doesn’t have to be that way for you and your family. God is still on the throne, and it’s legal for you to give your child a decent education and to indoctrinate him with absolutes. Future generations, those yet to survive the womb, will one day thank you for doing it.


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Reason 220: Because The Effects Of The Schoolhouse Compound Over Time

The effects of compounding interest are an amazing thing. A small amount of money receiving interest over a lifetime will explode. The schoolhouse is similar. The Facebook video below kind of makes my point. It is of a woman shooting her children’s iPhones with a shotgun. But she seems oblivious that the problem is not with the iPhones but with her children. But Most likely, if she wants to dig deep enough she’ll find that the problem is even deeper than that. To get at the root of the problem, she might start by looking in the mirror.

What she will see in that mirror is a daughter of Adam, and there’s only one cure for that. I’m going to go out on a limb here and guess that she was raised in the Bible Belt, which is unfortunate in some ways because that region gave people a sense of morality without the source of morality. She was probably sent to the schoolhouse her whole life and taught there that the only acceptable source for morality was the god/state while the true source, God, was hidden and forbidden. She was probably raised by parents who were exposed to the same thing, but to a lesser degree. Now she’s sending her own children to the same schoolhouse, and she now thinks she can turn all that around by shooting their phones. Here’s the video:

“I Hereby Denounce Social Media”

It wouldn’t surprise me if she spent her childhood in the Church where a lot of moralism was taught, but very little repentance and Jesus. My advice to her is to take a long look into that mirror, realize who she is before God, and then repent and beg for His mercy. Then, and only then, might she have a chance at salvaging her poor offspring, who are already young adults, and have already been steeped their entire young lives in secular humanism.

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Reason 175: Because Of The Increasingly Familiar Sexual Predator On The Payroll

Here’s the all too familiar story:

Kindergarten Teacher Accused Of Molestation

The headline is misleading. This woman’s profession was a kindergarten teacher. The young man she had the “inappropriate” relationship with was 14; hardly a kindergartener. She was 47, which means that if he had been her son, she’d have been 33 when she bore him.  That’s quite an age difference in my opinion, but what does it matter? The teacher and this young man were only doing what they’ve been indoctrinated to do. The institution and the media can only muster a word like “inappropriate” to describe it. Do people go to jail for “inappropriate” relationships? I think not, but this woman may.

But why don’t we put this in some context for discussion’s sake. We have the institution, from its highest levels confused on who is male and female. They can’t figure out who should be using female and male locker rooms; a thing that no civil society has ever been confused on before. In its moral confusion, it has decided that this very same young man ought to be able to walk into the girl’s locker room and undress among them if he says he feels like a girl, and it says that if you don’t like that there’s something wrong with you. And he can even have sex with one of those young girls without breaking any laws, and then he can impregnate her and the institution will help her murder the child, after which they will send you the bill. All this goes on without a peep from the institution.

If this had been an older man who fornicated with a young woman, for his sake the institution also invites Planned Parenthood on campus, an organization that has repeatedly hidden statutory rape from authorities. So, I’m sorry, I’m not “shocked” that this older woman had sex with this young man, and in comparison with all the activities that the institution considers legal, I think this actually pales. But I am sorry for both of the poor souls in this story because, in a way, they’re both victims of the zeitgeist of lawlessness that the institution has done its best to bring about. This couple simply made the mistake of believing the institution’s lies that there is no ultimate morality, and now she is receiving the wrath of the same institution that told her she was the sole arbiter of right and wrong for herself.

So a few points:

  1. Not everyone who does this gets caught. It would be naive to think that it isn’t a common thing.
  2. The schoolhouse has painted itself into a corner and looks hypocritical and foolish reacting the way it does on account of a little “inappropriate” behavior. Who are they/you to judge after all? People gonna do what people gonna do. They can’t control themselves. Right?  The only thing they might have done wrong, if one listens to the institution, was to not use a condom.
  3. Please don’t ever be the moron who says “I’m shocked!”. It really does make you look like you live under a rock.
  4. Your children are not safe in that little small-town school that makes you feel all warm and fuzzy. The zeitgeist everywhere receives federal money and has the internet, which means it’s everywhere, with the possible exception of your home. There it’s up to you whether or not you invite it in, to defile your children.

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Reason 125: Because The Diversity That The State’s Established Religion Has Embraced Is A Sham

Where is it written that “diversity” is righteous? Answer? Nowhere. So why all the fuss over the matter? Well, like most all other moonbat schemes, they’re cooked up in the minds of elitist who are convinced that Utopia is possible and they’re the bright lights we should follow if that Utopia is to be ushered in.  But it isn’t wise to follow those whose compass always points toward themselves.

So these self-oriented moonbats who are running your child’s school have taken it on themselves to lift up diversity as worthy of worship. The only problem is that they fail to honor their little man-made god by rejecting diversity, and here we see an excellent example from England from “The Christian Institute”:

Govt fears homeschooling parents are ‘poisoning’ kids

The Education Secretary has ordered officials to review home education in England over fears that parents could be ‘poisoning’ their children’s minds.

According to senior Government sources, home schooling is now “on the radar”, and they want to discover exactly how many children are taught at home, beyond the reach of inspectors.

Poisoning the children’s minds? Might I suggest to them a little different wording than “poisoning their minds”? Wording that I in fact dredged up myself from their own intellectual and moral swamp? Why not say, “we fear that these parents are exercising too much diversity by teaching their children to think differently than we want them to think?”

Of course elitists are masters at compartmentalizing. When they want you to abandon your strongly held beliefs they speak from the compartment of moral relativism and diversity. But when your thinking doesn’t line up with  their thinking, then they speak from the compartment of “poisoning minds”.  Worse, they are so internally oriented, I’m convinced that they don’t even know that they’re doing it. And these are the people who are running the schoolhouse in your neighborhood. In the end the children placed in their charge are sent into the world confused, which is as it should be if the goal is for them to serve and worship the state and their elitist masters.

I wrote an article years ago which explains that I’m not poisoning my children’s minds, I’m poisoning their wells. I’m actually pointing out this very sort of hypocrisy to my children. We actually make these elitists the butts of our jokes as we laugh at their absurdity. But the results of sticking any child under their tutelage is no laughing matter at all. It’s a tragedy.


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Reason 111: Because Casting Off Tradition Is Not Education

There’s an old saying, “No matter where you go, there  you are.” And we can tailor this to the education institution’s insanity too. “No matter what tradition you cast off, there will be a tradition that needs to be cast off”. So here we have an elitist product of the institution doing exactly what the elitist institution has taught her to do.

From Breitbart:

A report states that Eujin Jaela Kim, a public school principal in Brooklyn, has banned virtually all celebrations that run afoul of far-left political correctness.

From the New York Post:

Santa Claus is banned. The Pledge of Allegiance is no longer recited. “Harvest festival” has replaced Thanksgiving, and “winter celebrations” substitute for Christmas parties.

So your child can’t be taught to pledge allegiances, because allegiances are based on nationalism, and nationalism leads to war.

And your child can’t be taught gratitude, because gratitude suggests there is one to which we owe gratitude who is above the state. Can’t have that!

And your child can’t be taught about Christmas, because Christmas points to a Savior, and a Savior suggests the need for salvation, and the need for salvation suggests that man is not basically good. Can’t have that!!

If there’s a tradition, no matter how old or engrained in the human psyche, they’re going to try to cast it off. It will go on and on because what they really hate is what is in their own hearts. Little do they know that the children they teach will eventually cast off the tradition of casting off tradition, and will probably settle on a religion that is willing to die for the very cause of America hating, Jesus hating, Jew hating that the institution was too cowardly to admit existed in their hearts in the first place.

This is foolery of course. People are going to be people, and the institution is not going to train people to not be people. The only question that remains is what WILL they succeed in training children to be? It’s all a grand experiment, and only time will tell. But just remember that your child is precious, and you don’t have to send him to the social laboratory to be experimented on by moronic elitists who think themselves wiser than they ought.


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