Sunday, March 02, 2008


Ben Stein's Next Project

As Media for Freedom helpfully reminds us, the Evil Darwinist Establishment is not out just to suppress the brave Intelligent Design Freedom Fighters:

Lloyd Pye is one of the world's leading proponents of the Intervention Theory of origins, which stands in sharp contrast to Darwinism, Creationism, and Intelligent Design. His classic book about these subjects, Everything You Know Is Wrong -- Origins of Life and Humans, has been fully revised and updated as of July, 2007. Lloyd is also the caretaker of the famous Starchild skull, and has written a new book about his eight years of struggle to get it scientifically tested to establish beyond dispute the precise genetic heritage of both of its parents. So far, extensive testing indicates that its mother was a normal human but its father was, in all probability, something other than entirely human.

Indeed, it is obvious that suppressing ID is merely a sideshow as far as the EDE is concerned, which is much more interested in suppressing Intervention Theory. Clearly, the real threat to Darwinist domination of the world is the truth about the alien genetic origin of human beings. After all, as Dr. Michael Salla and Alfred Webre will be documenting in their upcoming conference, the EDE has used the CIA to control the Media since 1952 and suppress the news of our alien origins! It's apparent to anyone that the mere denial of tenure and on-campus ridicule doesn't hold a candle to the use of the CIA, with its powers of "extraordinary rendition" and non-torturous "water-boarding!" If that wasn't enough evidence for you, the EDE has set its attack dog, Steven Novella, M.D., who has also been designated to destroy the reputation of Dr. Michael Egnor, on the Starchild case, trying to discredit the clear evidence.

No doubt Ben Stein will quickly ride to the rescue of those alien investigators being suppressed by the forces of academia!

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