“Man is something that shall be overcome.Man is a rope,tied between beast and overman - a rope over an abyss.What is great in man is that he is a bridge and not an end.”-- Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra
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--Nothing scientific can be racist and nothing racist can be scientific.
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Monday, January 10, 2011
CM PRESS # 374
OBAMA OFICIALS AND OTHER LEFTIES USE FOX NEWS TO SMEAR CONSERVATIVE GROUP IN SHOOTINGS Link to Accuracy In Media article.
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In an age when people are being told that homosexual marriage is as normal as heterosexual marriage and that the former provides a proper environment for children, there are those who are trying to prove that polygamous marriage between males and females is wrong and a bad environment for children.
How does one sort it all out?
Look to nature. Nature screams out to all living things to make more like themselves. To do otherwise is to become extinct.
Those organisms that have the most offspring like themselves who in turn are also able to carry on and make more like themselves, survive. Those that don't make more like themselves, die off. This is true of individual organisms and groups of organisms.
Someone we know did some genealogical research and found that she was descended from Charlemagne.
But before this person could get an ego boost from this, she learned that about half of all European descended peoples (read White people) living today have Charlemagne in their family trees, as he had children by a number of different wives and other women (sort of serial polygamy). And, these children followed in dad's footsteps and also had many children with different wives and women and so on and so on.
It is clear from this that the particular genetic recipe that made Charlemagne was a successful one since it has survived down the centuries while others have died off.
Had Charlemagne been gay or had he not had many children with many women, history might be very different. In fact, you might not be here to read this.