By Theodore Shoebat
I remember reading a story on a certain professor in Michigan who went on a violent tirade, stripped completely naked, and began vociferously blaspheming God. One witness said
“Half way through class, he started screaming at us — swearing left and right. He then started slamming his hands on the window and pressing his face against it, still screaming. Eventually he walked out and down the hallway to the end, all the while screaming.”
He then began screaming
“There is no (expletive) God!”
Now, I am sure that this professor is a fan of Friedrich Nietzsche, and takes delight in perusing books such as “The Antichrist” in which Nietzsche wrote:
It would be an error, however, to assume that there was any lack of understanding in the leaders of the Christian movement:—ah, but they were clever, clever to the point of holiness, these fathers of the church! What they lacked was something quite different. Nature neglected—perhaps forgot—to give them even the most modest endowment of respectable, of upright, of cleanly instincts…. Between ourselves, they are not even men…. If Islam despises Christianity, it has a thousandfold right to do so: Islam at least assumes that it is dealing with men….
I guarantee that the heretic professor is adverse to the Catholic Church, and would find absolute pleasure in reading Nietzsche when he , in expressing his vitriolic contempt for the Catholic Church, praised the heretical king Friedrich II for siding with the Muslims in the 13th century in his hatred toward Christianity:
“War to the knife with Rome! Peace and friendship with Islam!”: this was the feeling, this was the act, of that great free spirit, that genius among German emperors, Frederick II. What! must a German first be a genius, a free spirit, before he can feel decently? I can’t make out how a German could ever feel Christian.
I remember, when I I was in high school, seeing numerous Nietzsche books in the school library. What did I do with them? I dumped them into the trash and broke the rules. I have no tolerance for evil, and neither should any true Christian.
When I read this story of the possessed professor, I cannot help but question as to why these antichrist philosophies are even allowed to be taught, learned, and propagated, in a civilized society.
The toleration for evil, violent, and heretical philosophies, is a sign that a civilization is crumbling, and is losing its status as a civilization.