Save Civilization Or Die

TEACH YOUR CHILDREN WELL

Human ethics should be taught until a child is 20 years old, first by parents and guardians, then by school instructors, and after that, by the community or nation at frequent intervals convenient or inconvenient.

What is ethics? : Ethics is that branch of philosophy dealing with values relating to human conduct, with respect to the rightness and wrongness of certain actions and to the goodness and badness of the motives and ends of such actions.

Religion: Traditionally, religions hold to and espouse a system of admirable ethical behavior prefaced with a list of ‘not’s’ and ‘do’s’.

Never do the following:

Lie

Cheat

Steal

Defraud

Wound, maim or kill

Abandon

Hate

Always do the following:

Defend

Maintain

Teach

Share

Love

Rehearse the ethical rules daily.

If the community’s survival is at risk NONE of the above rules are        applicable.   

If an aggressor has sufficient power and desire to destroy immediately or over time, the life of that individual, group or nation then that individual, group, or nation has the right or perhaps even the obligation to survive, if he she or it can, by whatever means. The survival of God’s holy creation is overriding.

Everywhere we look we see what used to be insanity. Doctors being attacked and killed by the patients they serve.  Children being taught by the television set to stab their friends and even members of their families because of Slender Man.  Murderers and Madmen killing in the most cruel and vicious ways because they are told their religion requires it.  This must cease or God’s great experiment with intelligent beings is in dire danger of failing. Friends if this does not cease but instead intensifies truly what we have built will turn to ruins and our bones become objects of study for some future species.

— Cornhusk   aka Lee Smith

 

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About Cornhusk

Ex-High-School and Community College teacher. Also have a degree in Science and Applied Science. Have worked in ship construction and now supplement my retirement by writing and revising vocational textbooks.
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