I have often made reference to the fact that these United States could never have been assembled with Islam or any of them pantheistic religions, or for that matter atheism, as its philosophical foundation.

Let’s take a moment to examine this further.

“Another Christian concept, no less crazy, has passed even more deeply into the tissue of modernity: the concept of the ‘equality of souls before God.’ This concept furnishes the prototype of all theories of equal rights…”

-Friedrich Nietzsche

And, again…..

Nobody is more inferior than those who insist on being equal.

First, this Echoes my point about where the idea of equality before God came from. Secondly we need to consider that Friedrich Nietzsche was both the son and the grandson of men of the cloth. Obviously, he never grew out of his rebellious phase.

These quotes and a good many others I didn’t bother putting in here,are the fruit of the purely scientific, purely humanist point of view. Can you imagine an America being founded with this as its philosophical Foundation? I can’t.

Where do these points resonate?, Well, this is the guy whose Works Adolf Hitler gave to both Mussolini and Stalin.

Frankly I don’t anticipate that any generalized statement isn’t going to be shot down on one point or another particularly where the concepts we are discussing are concerned.  Coming up with a unified theory of cultures religion and politics is I believe an impossible task.

Now let’s examine the words of somebody that lived with the direct result of that philosophy…

When we present man as an automaton of reflexes, as a mind-machine, as a bundle of instincts, as a pawn of drives and reactions, as a mere product of instinct, heredity and environment, we feed the nihilism to which modern man is, in any case, prone.
I became acquainted with the last stage of that corruption in my second concentration camp, Auschwitz. The gas chambers of Auschwitz were the ultimate consequence of the theory that man is nothing but the product of heredity and environment; or as the Nazi liked to say, ‘of Blood and Soil.’ I am absolutely convinced that the gas chambers of Auschwitz, Treblinka, and Maidanek were ultimately prepared not in some Ministry or other in Berlin, but rather at the desks and lecture halls of nihilistic scientists and philosophers.”
-Viktor Frankl

For me, the inescapable conclusion in looking at those quotes is that there are some things that science is not good for, having no answers….That humanism Lacks a certain Humanity and that intellectualism is in many ways like the believers in global warming… Forget about them knowing the answers, because they don’t even have the questions yet.

Within the bounds of pure logic and pure science, and pure reason, there is nothing whatsoever to say that one morality driven by culture or by an individual is superior to another.

Is that really the direction that we want to be going in?