If there’s one thing I’ve learned in the last few days, it’s that science has acquired the status of an unofficial pillar of government in our society. Woe betide the man who questions the foundations of this pillar!
Make no mistake about it, scientists have an agenda. Your tax dollars feed them, clothe them, and send them on expeditions to “the Moon” (in actuality, for all we know, Monte Carlo and Bangkok). Scientists have a vested interest in maintaining the cash flow that sustains their lifestyle.
When I rejected one of the more fatuous claims of modern science (the Helioleftist assertion that the Earth is not stable, despite all empirical knowledge to the contrary), the response was overwhelming. Scientists, and their disciples the atheists, secular humanists, and Darwinists, rushed to the attack. Here is a very small sample of the barrage I sustained for questioning their beliefs:
“Why are you so judgmental?”
“Were you one of the few at Jonestown that made it through the Kool-Aid ordeal? You know, it didn’t kill you. Just fried your logic skills.”
“You remind me of the insane mother from the movie “Carrie”.” (Whatever that means; it sounded negative to me.)
“Are you Stephen Cobert? Seriously”
“You are obviously completely ignorant, living in a medival fantasy world. You poor fool.”
“Surely only a parody site could come up with such an astounding compendium of rubbish, with Sisyphus so completely misunderstanding every point made by others and lurching from one inanity to another.”
“People like you Sisyphus should not be allowed to vote.”
It got even worse in a later post, in which I questioned the right of NASA to keep siphoning our money out of our pockets, given that it’s not even clear they’ve achieved a single one of their boasts regarding extraplanetary exploration. Calls to suicide and veiled death threats were received from members of the scientific community. They are a cult, and a very dangerous one at that.
The scientists can’t prove their ideology is correct, so they’re trying to silence me just as the Church was forced to take action to silence Galileo. The difference is that Galileo was a homosexual fraud who was trying to destroy Christianity in Europe with his outrageous blasphemies, while I speak the Truth for neither financial renumeration nor ulterior motive. I wish only to expose the malice, corruption, and deceit that underlies modern pseudoscience. For that, I am persecuted.
I write this as a warning to those among you willing to listen to me. We face a powerful, cunning, malicious opponent who will stop at nothing to maintain power and influence. We must be as innocent and doves and as wise as serpents in dealing with them.