Secular humanists: they’re everywhere

Finally, someone has the courage to appeal an Alberta Human Rights Commission decision to a real court of law.

Finally, someone has the courage to appeal an Alberta Human Rights Commission decision to a real court of law. No doubt this commission has made some good decisions but for the most part they have overstepped their mandate and became a negative part of our justice system. They have become a “kangaroo” court with an obvious anti-Christian, anti-religion, anti-free speech bias.

These commissions, and some of the people who are exploiting their bias, have become a developing evil in the western world.

It’s called secular humanism.

It is a philosophy, a view of life, a religion really. It is well regarded in our colleges and universities and has become the dominant philosophy taught in the humanities and social sciences.

Secular humanists are in most influential leadership positions in the western world — educational leadership, political leadership (mostly under the Liberal and NDP banner in Canada), Supreme Court judges, lower court judges, the print media, television and the movie industry.

Frankly, they’re everywhere!

How can such a philosophy find its way into positions of leadership? Very easily!

What do secular humanists believe? What is their view of life? What is their real agenda?

In his recent book Mind Siege, Tim Lahaye (a New York Times No. 1 bestseller,) recommends that, for the survival of our society, secular humanism must be exposed for what it really is. It is a non-theistic religion that is taught in the western world’s schools under the guise of scientific truth and is paid for by taxpayer dollars.

What does secular humanism believe?

• There is no God.

• Man is just an evolving animal and is the highest intelligence.

• Man is his own god.

• There is no soul or spirit.

• Judeo-Christian morality is old, out-of-date thinking.

• Amorality is good and must be promoted.

• It has a peculiar obsession with all things sexual; the more perverse the better.

• The path to peace is a one-world, socialist government.

• They have many more anti-social and anti-Christ ideas such as “humanists have the truth and the rest of us are stupid enough to believe myths.”

Surely, any moral person understands how such a philosophy can undermine our education system, our justice system, our political system, and indeed, our whole modern society.

I trust that truth-seeking judges will exonerate Steve Boissoin in the upcoming court case and will push human rights commissions back into their original mandate or dispense with them entirely.

We who love a quiet and peaceful society, can do our part by contributing to Steven Boissoin’s legal costs. As mentioned in the Advocate article, we can contact Tim Bloedow at 613-496-0091 or email

Jim Swan

Red Deer

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