Not to be outdone, Benjamin's evil spirit Teddy Spaghetti (aka Vox Day) rushed to post an article questioning the 'narrative' about the Earth's form and shape. "Notice that ALL of the hemisphere photography we think we've seen has turned out to be nonexistent." the Supreme Dark Lord assures his followers: "It's becoming clear that from the evolution fairy tale to the Blue Marble fraud to the dinosaur fraud and the satellite myth, the world is very, very different than we have been told it is."
This outlines a problem I've often experienced in writing critiques. How does critique these kinds of things rationally? It's not that these clowns come up with such iron-clad, unassailable arguments. It's that what they're saying is so unbelievably stupid that one instinctively realizes that saying much of anything would be useless. That's what hopelessness looks like.
That there are people out there who really believe theories that have been disproved for the last seven or so centuries is bad enough; but the excuse Vox gives for this disbelief is the really terrible part:
"What is the point? To deceive you into serving Satan rather than God."
Can there be any clearer admission that Vox Day and Owen Benjamin are leading a cult than this? Which major religion teaches that Science is the work of the Devil? Of course, Vox answers in a subsequent post that the modern Church is in apostasy:
"Matt muses over what I would call "churchianity" rather than "Middle Class Christianity", but the point is essentially the same:
'A lot of what is called Christian morality today is not necessarily Christian, but more accurately described as Middle Class Christianity. It is the Christianity influenced by the Victorian era politeness and the rather quiet in door working spaces of many Christians, who tend heavily towards the middle class.'"Which also shows once again that the Red Pill is not any 'Alternative Right' but simply the Reactionary Left. If one merely substitutes the term bourgeois for middle class in the above statement, the Leftist undertones are obvious. Here is what Comrade Stalin had to say about Science and Religion:
I don't believe it either, Vox.