Friday, October 15, 2010

No Culture Is Wrong?

That's what's being promoted now under the guise of "equity policy" and "multiculturalism":
Recently, I attended an equity forum at a local school board which was in the midst of establishing their Equity Policy. One of the PowerPoint slides made an astonishing claim which is really the cornerstone of new age equity. The claim was, “No Culture is Wrong.” I thought to myself, well, that certainly is not true, because if it was then honor killings would be honorable and cannibalism would be just another way to eat.

Diversity and multiculturalism 40 years ago were simply about appreciating various folk cultures. Today however, diversity, multiculturalism, inclusiveness and equity now mean that all viewpoints, all lifestyles and all behaviors are equally moral and valid. Hence, no culture is wrong. Equity is an ideology seeking to create an ideal society, yet it has nothing to do with reality. It is really just a new term for an old delusional philosophy of utopianism which seeks to break free of traditional loyalties, old thought patterns and moral convictions. Equity seeks to liberate mankind from ‘oppressive constraints’ like purity, fidelity and responsibility.

Today, some believe that not supporting someone in immoral behavior is judgmental and may hurt the individual’s feelings. Better to let a person destroy their life and others with their immoral conduct and feel good about it than to warn them of the harm they are doing and encourage them to do the moral thing. True, their feelings may be hurt for the moment but the hurt incurred is not even in the same league as the damage they and others will experience should they continue in their immorality.
The "progressives" however believe that not hurting perverts' feelings justifies subjecting children to homosexualist propaganda at schools. Jim Enos happens to live in Hamilton, a city where the district school board has been extremely active in forcing this form of abuse on children, in spite of the parents' objections.

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