On the Origin of Eugenics: Evolution Hoax

In the 19th century, a hideous revolution took place in culture with the aim of redesigning the self-conception of the human species, from that of a cognitive and creative being made by intelligent design, to that of an instinct-driven, ape-like creature.

This group of scientific clergymen based their revolution on the work of Charles Darwin, and used his theory of ‘natural selection’ to create a new religious-like belief system.

This scientific upheaval has been so successful, that while we live in a world of potentially unlimited ‘progress’, our descent into a totally bestial view of man has created both an inability to realise this potential and an existential crisis for the human race.

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In the 19th century, a hideous revolution took place in culture with the aim of redesigning the self-conception of the human species, from that of a cognitive and creative being made by intelligent design, to that of an instinct-driven, ape-like creature.

This group of scientific clergymen based their revolution on the work of Charles Darwin, and used his theory of ‘natural selection’ to create a new religious-like belief system.

This scientific upheaval has been so successful, that while we live in a world of potentially unlimited ‘progress’, our descent into a totally bestial view of man has created both an inability to realise this potential and an existential crisis for the human race.

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