It’s been quite a while since I first meant to start this new series, and here I am doing it now. I tend to believe that, given the current composition of my readership, this will probably be another unpopular series, but I don’t care about this aspect. Writing popular stuff here should be among the last of my concerns… especially since I’m kind of fed-up with writing about popular issues :-(
All I want is to clearly state here things that I believe in, and to present this uncomfortable view of the UK, a country about which I will also keep writing a great deal of good things, showing lots of good examples that all nations could learn from.
A sad thing in the UK, and, actually, in the whole civilised world (?!), is the fact that the irreligious, atheist, secular, humanist people (or whatever they call themselves) don’t have any coherent system of ethical values, according to which what is good, and what is wrong could be defined.
Whatever the bullshit they are trying to sell to us, those who dream of ‘a bettter world’ based on human rights are no better than those who forced down our throats the so-called Socialist Ethics and Equity. NO SYSTEM OF ETHICAL VALUES CAN WITHSTAND IN THE ABSENCE OF GOD!!!
In the absence of a Maker Whom atheists so much hate (proving that HE IS just by their hatred – for how else reasonable minds, like they claim to have, could hate Him so much, if He were just a concept, a myth, an idea, a superstition, a fairy tale?!), everything is senseless...
All these humanist non-values cannot lead to salvation (that is dragging our soul out of absurdity into meaningfulness!), and neither to ‘peace and prosperity’ in this godless world, nor to true happiness, apart from the animal satisfaction of hedonistic impulses.
Therefore, people need a Big Brother to be told what is allowed or not permitted, what is advisable or not recommended, as they would be told whether to take the right or the left path. There’s no need of an ethical system in the this earthly paradise of people turned in Pavlov’s dogs.
Everywhere you look around in the UK (except some remote parts of rural Scotland that I have been to), you see CCTVs (Big Brother’s eyes), and a lot of carefully written inscriptions about what to do, and not to do. God willing, this is what the present series is going be about... it will deal with the way Big Brother tends to think on behalf of everyone else in such a secular country.
[For all the episodes of this series, and all the posts on this blog go to/Pentru toate episoadele din această serie şi toate postările de pe acest blog mergi la: Contents/Cuprins]