Bob Whitaker's Weekly Articles  –  August 13, 2005

August 13, 2005  –  Our Established Religion

August 13, 2005  –  O'Reilly the Retard

August 13, 2005  –  The Collapse of the Communist Priesthood


Our Established Religion


The discussion in this week's Saturday Internet radio program that can be linked at: Townhall will be entitled, "America's Established Religion."

Our established religion is Political Correctness.

Let me repeat that:

America's established RELIGION is Political Correctness.

The reason they are able to get away with this is because of a myth pushed by respectable conservatives and preachers. This myth is that Political Correctness represents secularism and science.

Since the first amendment to the United States Constitution forbids the establishment of any RELIGION, the religion of Political Correctness is OK because it is not a religion. So every conservative goes into the debate saying that Political Correctness cannot violate the first amendment, whereas regular religion can.

Like all respectable conservatives, they have already surrendered before the debate begins.


O'Reilly the Retard


I was fighting what is called the secularist agenda thirty years ago. I was marching, organizing marches, and doing press conferences against anti-religious textbooks the NEA was pushing. That was a generation ago, and all the conservatives thought I was being unrespectable.

As usual, decades later everybody is now discovering what I was doing a generation ago, and declaring it is good.

Even that poor little retard Bill O'Reilly is now denouncing the "secularist agenda," which he discovered after everybody else had long since seen it.

But I didn't fight the education establishment's agenda because it was non-religious. I attacked it because I had infinitely more respect for the deep wisdom of the Bible Belt, with all its faults, than I did for the hair-brained kooks who called themselves "intellectuals."

When Bill O'Reilly says that Political Correctness is secular, he is handing the professor-priesthood the first amendment on a silver platter. No matter how you try to talk around it the first amendment does NOT ban the government establishment of any form of secularism. It bans RELIGION.

Religion is not a bunch of people sitting in a church or synagogue or mosque. Scientology has the status of a religion, but it has no god. When Catholic priests first reached Asia they were astounded to discover that Buddhism was a religion with out a god.

Religion is a set of beliefs based on faith.

Political Correctness is a set of beliefs based entirely on faith. Every university requires you to do homage to "diversity," though there is no evidence whatsoever that this "diversity" has any value at all. That is a belief enforced on the basis of faith, but the professor-priesthood is able to enforce its faith because conservatives insist that the religion of the professor-priesthood is some kind of science, not religion.

Tens of millions of young people spend their entire lives paying for the professor-priesthood. Right now tens of millions of young people are paying off the back-breaking student loans they had to take out to pay to go to college.

I do not know a single one of them who doesn't know he was cheated.

But that is just the beginning.

After wasting four years of their lives in college taking courses they scarcely remember and ten years paying off their student loans, some of them are in their mid-thirties hoping to have families. But every child they have is going to require their putting aside huge piles of money, not for a home or for retirement, but for tuition.

All this is backed by government. College degrees are required by government. Government enforces accreditation, which is the life-blood our professor-priesthood lives on.

A generation of young people will spend their entire lives in vassalage to the professor-priesthood.

A whole generation of young people is ripe for rebellion.

They are not interested in O'Reilly's drivelings about secularism versus religion.

They want their FREEDOM.


The Collapse of the Communist Priesthood


When I went to a Communist country I crossed the dead line. There were land minds and guards with automatic weapons who would kill escapees. Inside the country there were long, long lines at any store that happened to have something for sale.

When I left the country, nobody outside seemed to notice those things, least of all the anti-Communists. They were busy theorizing about evil atheistic Communism versus their own religious values.

Everybody remembers Ronald Reagan's famous words, "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!"

What they do NOT remember is that Reagan's respectable conservative staff removed those words THREE TIMES from his speech and he has to reinsert them himself each time. They did not want him to talk about the Wall he was standing in front of. They wanted him to talk theory.

People in Communist countries wanted FREEDOM from an insane rule by the Communist religion. Nothing in the Communist faith WORKED, but no one was allowed to doubt it. So hundreds of millions of people were enslaved by it while conservatives dribbled theories to each other in National Review.

Today a generation of young people wants freedom from the unbelievably silly professor-priesthood. But National Review and O'Reilly want to dribble theories about a secularist agenda to each other.

It is time for us to tear down the wall in front of us. This insane priesthood must go, not because it is secular, but because it is a priesthood to which our government enslaves us.

It is time we remembered what the Constitution and especially the first amendment to the Constitution, really means.

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