Here Darrell W. Conder, who denies Christ, argues that we are just 'brainwash'ed to have concern for the downtrodden. Somehow this is supposed to be a bad thing. And he also accuses Christianity of partly creating the poor. How I do not know.
I say that if a man or woman wants to do something to help their fellow humans, they should first help themselves by learning the unpleasant truth about how everything really works in this world. The "unpleasant" part will be discovering the horrific scope of the lies under which we all labor. The beneficial part will be taking the first step towards ridding ourselves of the lies by which the priests and politicians have robbed us all to create their new world order.This paragraph is probably a reference to his paranoid delusion that a sinister cabal of Jews control the media, judiciary, banking, publishing. And he also teaches that they are trying to take over the world to create a 'new world order'. The typical Jewish World Conspiracy Theory so beloved by Anti-Semites. We now continue.
Actually, I'm talking about one lie in particular.
From our mother's knee, to kindergarten, to college we all have been taught that we owe the "downtrodden" of the world a helping hand. Because we have been the victims of a lifetime of relentless brainwashing, what none dare bring into focus is that "downtrodden" is just another word for people too damned trifling or lacking in rudimentary intelligence to take care of themselves. Now, before you go for my throat, ask yourself why you owe such people anything? To feed them so they can continue to spawn like trout in a stream and raise up another generation of trifling, starving "downtrodden" people so our children can feed and clothe them? I say let Jesus feed and clothe the miserable, weak-minded and diseased-ridden wretches of the world, who his damned religious philosophy has partially created.What a pack of lies! What a heartless and cruel way to view the poor! Here they are portrayed as nothing but extra mouths to feed who don't deserve it. Merely a burden instead of human beings.
The men of old who devised that "love-your-neighbor-as-yourself" tripe didn't want people like us to focus on the eternal truth that human nature is instinctively and rightly self-centered. It is our nature to take care of ourselves first and foremost, and is something called self-preservation. It is our duty to first and foremost take care of ourselves and our family, and then secondly, if we so choose, our friends and neighbors. Unless it directly benefits us, for what purpose should we venture any money or effort on strangers? It has taken the priest and politician centuries of preaching Jesus, an ever-burning hell and never-ending guilt to threaten away this truth from the minds of humanity.Teaching people to be concerned for the downtrodden is a bad thing? Wanting to help poor people is an implanted desire we have been brainwashed to have? That is hateful and extremely stupid talk. That's crazy talk.
Observes how he dehumanizes the poor. He hands out similar dehumanization techniques upon Jews and any other polemical target of his.
The poor are just "strangers" to him. Well, you know, they're not strangers to everyone. They are brothers, sisters, friends, sons, daughters, fathers, mothers, beloved ones to some people.
Conder seems to think that the poor are just "people too damned trifling or lacking in rudimentary intelligence to take care of themselves." He says this as though being financially secure is as natural as eating. It just happens that way naturally, in his strange fantasy world.
He also seems to think the poor are just a bunch of "miserable, weak-minded and diseased-ridden wretches". What a way to kick them when they're down, Conder!
"ask yourself why you owe such people anything? To feed them so they can continue to spawn like trout in a stream and raise up another generation of trifling, starving "downtrodden" people so our children can feed and clothe them?"
This assumes, quite wrongly, that poor people just remain poor. Do poor people just stay poor in Conder's strange fantasy world? Whatever the answer to that question that is obviously untrue in the real world.
"Unless it directly benefits us, for what purpose should we venture any money or effort on strangers?"
They are not strangers to everyone. They are someone's father, mother, brothers, sisters, friends, etc. It is terrible to be so dismissive of the needs of the poor.
Is this the sanity he promises to lead us to?