Homosexual, Transgender, Cyborg: The Political Left Are Ruining Society By Promoting One Crazy Idea At A Time

This is the “progressive” journey of the leftist destruction of society and like most of their dangerous ideas, it begins in university.

Coming in at number eight on the list of important news stories on the tax payer funded ABC is this joke about a man who had an antenna surgical attached to his skull so he could identify as a cyborg and speak at universities…seriously.

A man with an antenna permanently attached to his skull and who identifies himself as a “cyborg” has spoken of his life and beliefs on a visit to Curtin University in Perth.

British-born Neil Harbisson is a self-described “cyborg activist” who had the antenna implanted in his skull over a decade ago by an anonymous doctor in a bid to “hear” a wider spectrum of colours.

“I tried to find a doctor and it was difficult, because I had to talk to a bio-ethical committee but the committee said it was not ethical,” Mr Harbisson said.

“So then I had to find a doctor willing to do the surgery anonymously, and I found one in Barcelona.”

Mr Harbisson said he believed the antenna allowed him to perceive the colour spectrum beyond human vision, including invisible colours such as infrareds and ultraviolets, via sound waves through vibrations.

In couple of years, my brain will be trained to perceive the colours from space.

“The antenna picks up light frequencies and each light frequency goes into a chip that then vibrates,” he said.

“Then this vibration in my skull becomes sounds in my inner ear … so then I can hear the different notes of colour.”

Mr Harbisson described the sensation as a new sense.

“For me, colour is this new sense — it’s not a visual element, it’s not a audio element,” he said.

“It’s a vibration in my skull, it is an independent sense.”

According to Mr Harbisson, the antenna’s internet connection allows him to receive colours as well as images directly into his head via external devices such as mobile phones or satellites.

“I can receive colours from other parts of the world. So there are five people that can send colours from 10 in the morning until 10 at night, directly to my head. It feels like having an eye in each continent,” he said.

I am technology, Harbisson says

Mr Harbisson said the next stage of the project was to establish a permanent connection to space.

“Now I am just connecting to satellites intermittently, and in couple of years, my brain will be trained to perceive the colours from space, and then I will be able be have to this permanent connection to the sounds of the colours of space,” he said.

 Self-described ‘cyborg artist’ Neil Harbisson with records

Mr Harbisson identifies himself as a cyborg, not a human.

“I don’t use technology and I don’t wear technology. I am technology, and it’s this feeling of being technology that also makes me feel like a cyborg,” he said.

“It’s an invisible union between the type of software and my brain … and the most visible union between the actual antenna and my head.”

Mr Harbisson also produces artworks that investigate sensory extensions.

“Through cybernetics you can create art through new senses — like I can paint what I hear, and I can also compose music from what I am looking at,” he said.

Mr Harbisson said he believed he was endorsed as a cyborg after his passport photo was approved with his antenna showing.

Prior to 2004, he was told electronic equipment was not allowed in UK passport photos.

“I replied to them, this was not electronic equipment but a new body part, an extension of my senses and that I felt that I was a cyborg,” he said.

“I started to send letters to them explaining that they should accept the image and then, after that, some months later they just got fed up and said yes.”

Mr Harbisson co-founded the Cyborg Foundation in 2010 with the intent of promoting cyborgism as a social and artistic movement.

He is being hosted by the Alternate Anatomies Lab at Curtin University which interrogates the aesthetics, the ethics and the engineering of prosthetics, robotics and virtual systems.

Forty years ago we all would have laughed at the idea of redefining marriage to include homosexual relationships and now we would, if it weren’t such a miserably sorry story, laugh at this clearly mentally ill man as though this won’t impact our society in any way. Like then, it would be a bad move that will come back to bite us.

I’ve said it before and here it is again: the left promote social corrosion because a lawless society needs a powerful police state to rule over it and they want to be the state.

This is why this makes the news.
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-08-10/cyborg-man-with-antenna-in-skull-neil-harbisson-visits-perth/6686764

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On Donald Trump And The Republican Nomination

I’ve been hesitant to write about Donald Trump for a variety of reasons and I’m still not entirely sure what I think about him as a potential President.

I hope I don’t have to say that there are definitely far better options than Trump but because the majority of these candidates are almost a zero chance of the nomination, let’s consider Trump because he is popular enough to actually get it.

Trump offers some strong positives and some equally strong negatives. He is uniquely experienced and positioned to do a lot of damage to everybody – the Democrats, the Republicans, and the United States but that’s also why he could do a lot of good because the electoral system is a farce and he seems to know it.

It’s hard to see how he could possibly do worse than Obama’s intentional trip down Marxist-alley and given Hillary is the shoe-in for the Democrat nomination, I would take Trump any day over her grievous additions to the last seven years.

Moreover, the likely Republican candidate Jeb Bush is seemingly more of exactly the same pseudo-conservatism which usually ends up complementing the destructive agenda of the left rather than reversing it or, in the least, stemming the tide.

In this regard, Trump is a better if undoubtedly unpredictable bet but it is becoming equally clear that the GOP will not tolerate him as their candidate and that he will inevitability run as an independent, likely to Clinton’s gain.

In summary, the electoral system that has sold us two Bush’s, Clinton, Obama, and that is now looking like giving us the false dichotomy of another Clinton or Bush has found a common enemy in Donald Trump, which strongly suggests that he could actually be the man of the hour, despite his obvious imperfections.

Michael Snyder’s assessment of the situation is a sound one and while I am a bit more wary than Snyder seems regarding Trump, he certainly seems like the better option against yet another Bush as the GOP nomination – the left’s utter disdain for him is a promising sign:

Were you sickened by the Republican debate the other night? The hype leading up to the debate was unbelievable. Never before had there been so much interest in a debate this early in an election season, and it turned out to be the most watched program on Fox News ever. A record-shattering 24 million Americans tuned in, and what they witnessed was an expertly orchestrated assault on Donald Trump. From the very first moments, every question that was launched at Trump was an “attack question”. And then the laughable “focus group” that followed was specifically designed to show that “ordinary people” were “changing their minds” about Trump. By the end of the evening, it was abundantly clear that Fox News had purposely intended to try to destroy Trump’s candidacy.

And of course Fox News is far from alone. Every mainstream news outlet in the entire country is running anti-Trump news stories every single day. Virtually every other presidential candidate in both parties is attacking him, and virtually every “political expert” from across the political spectrum is trashing his chances of success.

So why is this happening?

Normally, candidates that are not part of the “establishment” do not pose much of a threat. In order to win elections in this country, especially on a national level, you need name recognition and you need lots and lots of money.

Donald Trump has both, and no matter what you may think of him you have to admit that he has star power.

And he was never supposed to run for president. You see, the truth is that only members of “the club” are allowed to play. The elite very carefully groom their candidates, and they are usually able to maintain a very tight grip on both major political parties.

This two-headed abomination that we call a “two party system” is in reality just a one party system. Yes, many Democrats and many Republicans really do hate one another, but at the end of the day there is very little difference between the two parties. That is why nothing ever really seems to change no matter who gets elected. George W. Bush continued almost all of Bill Clinton’s policies, and Barack Obama has continued almost all of George W. Bush’s policies. When they are running for office, they tell us what they think we want to hear, but once they get to D.C. they do exactly what the establishment wants them to do.

Donald Trump, whether you love him or you hate him, is a threat to this system. He is not controlled by the elite, and he does and says all sorts of things that drive the elite absolutely nuts.

If he was polling below 5 percent that wouldn’t be a problem. At first, the mainstream media attempted to portray him as a joke that would never get any real support. But since then, Trump has proven that he is a serious candidate with some very serious ideas about how to fix this country. Now that he is receiving far, far more support than the establishment choice (Jeb Bush), he must be destroyed.

I can promise you right now that the Republican establishment will pull out every dirty trick in the book to keep Donald Trump from getting the Republican nomination.

And if Donald Trump runs as an independent, the elite will move heaven and earth to keep him out of the White House.

This isn’t even just about Trump. If Ben Carson starts getting too much support, he will be destroyed too. This is how presidential elections in America work.

What we witnessed during the Fox News debate the other night was not an accident. The goal was to make Jeb Bush look good and to make Donald Trump look bad. The following comes from Mike Adams…

But the one thing that really stood out was the total fraud of what Fox News pulled off. It was clear from the first five minutes that Fox News had pre-arranged softball questions for Jeb Bush to highlight his “heroic actions” and accomplishments. Meanwhile, the kinds of questions directed to Donald Trump were all thinly veiled accusations and insults, designed to attack Trump on issues that had nothing to do with running the country.

The typical questions went something like this: (paraphrased)

Fox News: “Jeb Bush, how did you get to be such an amazing leader?”

Fox News: “Donald Trump, who do you hate women?”

As if a debate with totally contrived questions wasn’t enough, Fox News also had a pre-arranged assembly of apparently “ordinary citizens” who were asked, after the debate, how many of them now hated Donald Trump.

And even when “the debate” was over, the assault continued. If you have not seen the disgraceful “focus group interview” which Frank Luntz orchestrated, you can check it out below…

I just about fell out of my chair when I saw that.

Virtually everyone in the “focus group” that Frank Luntz put together supposedly had a positive view of Donald Trump before the debate, and then almost every single one of them supposedly become Trump haters during the course of the two hour debate.

I am sure that they were hoping that everybody in the viewing public would “come to their senses” and become Jeb Bush supporters.

But of course post-debate polling shows that is not happening at all.

The Drudge Report conducted a flash poll immediately following the debate, and a whopping 44.67 percent of those that responded said that Trump won the debate.

Ted Cruz was in second place with 14.31 percent.

Jeb Bush got a measly 2.07 percent.

A Newsmax survey came up with similar results…

Donald Trump: 38 percent

Ted Cruz: 15.5 percent

Neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson: 10.2 percent

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio: 9.7 percent

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul: 9.3 percent

Ohio Gov. John Kasich: 4.9 percent

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker: 4.5 percent

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee: 3.5 percent

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush: 2.5 percent

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie: 1.4 percent

And a survey conducted by Time Magazine also produced similar findings. Donald Trump got 47 percent, Ben Carson was in second place with 11 percent, and Jeb Bush got 4 percent.

But Donald Trump is not going to be the Republican nominee.

Unless something goes horribly, horribly wrong for the Republican establishment, Jeb Bush is going to be the nominee.

We have a system that is deeply, deeply broken and that does not reflect the will of the people.

This was illustrated by one of the questions that Trump was asked during the debate…

BAIER: Mr. Trump, it’s not just your past support for single-payer health care. You’ve also supported a host of other liberal policies….You’ve also donated to several Democratic candidates, Hillary Clinton included, and Nancy Pelosi. You explained away those donations saying you did that to get business-related favors. And you said recently, quote, “When you give, they do whatever the hell you want them to do.”

TRUMP: You’d better believe it.

BAIER: — they do?

TRUMP: If I ask them, if I need them, you know, most of the people on this stage I’ve given to, just so you understand, a lot of money.

TRUMP: I will tell you that our system is broken. I gave to many people, before this, before two months ago, I was a businessman. I give to everybody. When they call, I give. And do you know what? When I need something from them two years later, three years later, I call them, they are there for me. And that’s a broken system.

The really amazing thing is that nobody up on that stage disputed that what Trump was saying was true.

It is very well understood by our politicians that when they get big checks from the elite for their campaigns that certain things are expected from them in return.

Our government does not reflect the will of the people and it hasn’t for a very long time.

Instead, it reflects the will of the elite, and the American people are getting sick and tired of it.

Right now, surveys show that Donald Trump has far more support than any other Republican candidate.

But he is not going to be the Republican nominee. The Republican establishment will make sure of that.

There is still the possibility that Trump could run as an independent. That would be an extremely tough road, but on Sunday he sounded very open to the possibility…

The political hurricane that is Donald Trump didn’t recede over the weekend, even in the face of a rising tide of criticism from Republican rivals about his attack on Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly.

Instead, the celebrity billionaire insisted in a string of interviews on Sunday TV shows that he had done nothing wrong, that “only a deviant” would interpret his words in an offensive way, and that he is leaving open the possibility of running an independent campaign for the White House if the GOP doesn’t treat him “fairly.”

“I do have leverage and I like having leverage,” Trump declared on CBS’ Face the Nation on a morning that also included interviews with ABC’s This Week, CNN’s State of the Union and NBC’s Meet the Press.

This is a scenario that I discussed in my previous article entitled “Republican Operatives Plot To Sabotage Trump – But That Could Turn Him Into Their Worst Nightmare“. Personally, I believe that Donald Trump will decide to run as an independent when it becomes clear to him that the Republican establishment is going to prevent him from winning the nomination at all costs.

But I could be wrong.

So what do you think?

Snyder’s case against the political establishment here is perfect and ultimately this is why someone like Trump could actually be a boon in spite of his faults and weakness.

Disappointingly, it seems that it is unlikely that we will get Trump and far less likely one of the best case scenario, genuinely conservative candidates. Rather, we will get more of the same and at a critical hour where more of the same will likely mean the end of America as it was designed to be: free.

It’s a good thing that Jesus is coming back regardless of the result and so while we can hope and pray for a righteous leader in the near future, we are promised the perfect leadership of Christ forever.
http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/the-assault-on-donald-trump-shows-that-our-2-party-system-is-really-a-1-party-system

Muslims: The Perpetual Faux-Victims Of Westerners?

While scouring the ABC News website for any mention of Planned Parenthood’s horrific crimes is like finding a needle in the ocean, they have managed to throw a forum concerning anti-Muslim “racism” and “hate crimes” into their top ten list of important news items concerning Australia:

Nasrin Amin did not know Martin Place gunman Man Haron Monis but during December’s deadly siege the Melbourne IT worker said she felt his actions personally.

Racism hurts”, she told a 200-strong crowd at a forum on Islamophobia in the Melbourne suburb of Coburg on Sunday.

Ms Amin wears a black veil that covers half of her face. She organised the awareness forum in part because of her personal experience, and because of the stories she heard of other Muslim women who have been attacked.

Incidents included having their scarves pulled off them, and in one case, a woman had coffee thrown on her.

“From a victim’s point of view, Islamophobia is racism,” Ms Amin said.

“People can say Islam is not a race … but from a victim’s point of view this kind of abuse … affects our lives, how we go on with our daily lives.”

Melbourne’s Muslim community is increasingly concerned about anti-Islamic sentiment.

Now, I do not in any way support any kind of violence or intimidation against anyone and that includes Muslims. I do not believe the term “racism” is even worth using because we have been scientifically proven to be fully and equally human (despite the long-held teachings of Darwinian evolution that persist to this day) and since we are all made equally in God’s image, the only thing that differentiates us is what we believe and consequently, how we behave.

Nonetheless, I will use the term simply for the sake of engaging in the ongoing bombardment of white, Western nations with this vile and often false ad hominem.

With that clear, let’s dig into why this “news report” is typical leftist collectivising, race-baiting rubbish.
The claim is a “200-strong crowd” but the image attached to the article suggests an interestingly empty hall. The ABC, along with other mainstream media outlets, seem to have a habit of overestimating events like this and significantly underestimating numbers at pro-life and pro-marriage events.

It’s worth noting that typical blinding bias when it comes to these kind of things, especially since this is in the ABC’s top ten news item list, a place you will never find the aforementioned.

From the point of view of using words and definitions correctly, Islam is not a race or an ethnicity so why does Amin and others insist on implying that it is, almost as though they are seeking to capitalise on the silencing power of accusing white people of being “racists”?

If it is true that Amin has been physically and verbally abused, then of course this is wrong. However, when it comes to both the ABC and Muslim reports of “racist attacks” against Muslims, I remain in a constant state of doubt and suspicion and for good reason, especially given how leftist-types with plenty of free time head out there to feign racial abuse and hate crimes on the street.

Even if this particular case is real, it does not justify adding to the leftist doublespeak that confuses the blatantly clear divide between biological appearance and personal religious belief, especially when the religious belief in question has killed 240 million people in the last fourteen centuries and often through unimaginably cruelty and brutality which continues even today.
There is no clearer way to say it: race is unchangeable and does not impact the way you behave while religion is a personal belief that determines values and behaviours. Race cannot be morally evil while many religions clearly are.

Forums on “anti-Islamic sentiment” somehow ring hollow in light of the reality that very few, if any, Muslims seem to actually come to any harm at the hands of Westerners – if they did, the media would never let us hear the end of it!

Furthermore, the countless Islamic terrorist attacks that occur every day in nations across the world where both Westerners and Muslims are murdered drives my point home – Muslims are almost always the perpetrators of racism, terror acts, and crime against Westerners (and others!) and not the other way around.

Therefore, “Islamophobia” actually seems to be a rational fear as opposed to an irrational one implied by “phobia” specifically because Islam is responsible for an incalculable number of deaths, most of which are designed to terrorise people.

There is certainly a great opportunity for the church to build relationships with Muslims and show them the loving kindness that Christ Jesus shows us.

However, we do not have to accept the constant accusations of racism, Islamophobia, sexism, homophobia, etc that the leftist media and some Muslim communities label us with just because we are white Westerners.

That is the only confirmed racism occurring here.

Once again, the ABC elevates a news story that has almost zero interest to the general population of Australia all for the sake of continuing to label white Australians as racists, this time at the hands of supposed Muslim victims.

Leftist thrive on social division, pitting black against white, men against women, everybody against Christians, all because they can only sow disorder and chaos. The left cannot build anything for itself, only tear down and deface.

It’s why they hate marriage and promote anything that safeguards it, whether divorce or adultery, homosexuality or polygamy, pornography and anything else that breaks up families, destroys their financial independence, and makes them dependant upon the state.

It’s why the art they esteem is vile and vulgar and often made of feces, urine, and other bodily fluids in the face of the genuine creative complexity and beauty of almost every historic generation.

That’s why they love pandering to Islam, a religion that in mere decades demolished the scientific, cultural, educative, linguistic and architectural achievements that Classical antiquity built over Millenia, today maintaining the Middle East as a violent cesspool from which refugees and asylum seeks pour in the millions each year.

That’s “your ABC”.
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-08-09/islamophobia/6684144
http://wikiislam.net/wiki/Fake_Anti-Muslim_Hate_Crimes_and_Other_Lies

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/man-pretends-racist-part-social-4536571
http://www.bookwormroom.com/2013/12/12/the-paradox-of-leftist-utopianism-and-its-dystopian-art/