Aberree vs Singer
An Aberree article in 1957
, by frequent contributor Hardin Walsh, hits several modern points. Walsh is talking about reincarnation and the spirit world. I don't buy that line of thought (at the moment) but it's unquestionably closer to reality than modern materialist "science".
I started this blog in 2005 with six months of continuous coverage of the Terri Schiavo tragedy.
Terri was killed by theory.
An honest materialist has to acknowledge FACTS about brain function, including the FACT that intelligence and consciousness are only partly located in the brain. Modern "scientific" materialists, led by demon Peter Singer, ignore FACTS and stick with THEORY, which says falsely that intelligence depends on certain measurable dimensions and functions.
It just ISN'T TRUE. Lots of people are living and functioning with major chunks of brain gone, either from birth or from car accidents. The materialists said Schiavo wasn't worth preserving because MRI. Or something. In fact her OBSERVED BEHAVIOR showed plenty of conscious awareness.
This paragraph of Walsh's article shows that the FACTUAL UNDERSTANDING of brain function isn't new:
This story also contrasts with other modern evils. Note that the employer was happy to let the engineer drink because they grasped the FACT that he was MORE FUNCTIONAL when drunk. They didn't have to worry about Federal drug policy requirements or liability requirements.
They also had an old-fashioned attitude about the value of labor. Profit depends on having customers, and customers need to be paid for work so they can buy your products. Closed loop. Now that corporations measure their worth by share value, and now that corporations think globally and act globally, the circle of pay and buy is broken. Functionality, the VALUE OF LABOR, is extinct.
Labels: Aberree, the broken circle