Fresh Classroom Laws
See how far they’ve gone to destroy our values, to ruin our morals, and to turn our
World up-side down: See how far they’ve gone to transmute our world into a moral sty;
See how they’ve transmogrified a world of beauty into a howling jungle of chaos.
And yes, by this time, the public had had enough—the people had heard enough;
Yea, they had had enough of evolutionists’ missing links, cover ups, and fraudulent practices.
With evolution virtually on life support and a new stream of moral laws in the classroom,
The Darwinists’ gig was over; they had lost their unprecedented power in the classroom:
Their unscholarly books, slammed by the media, became the laughing stock of the times.
Oh the lusty, lively buffoonery of their publications in the sardonic mart of society;
How quickly change took root in a world of crashing streams of change and opinions.
And oh, the wonder and amazement of yesterday’s lofty pillars; hewn to the ground!
The gleaming temples and palaces of yesteryear’s places of honor had been demolished;
Dashed to pieces in the flaring storm of change which had come so quickly!
Oh false religion, thou swine that wore white shirts and ties, where art thou today?
You’ve been tossed into the trash like an automobile violently thrown in a storm;
See the furor of the growling, groaning storm of change in a world so filled with whim.
The moral sty of the world was frenziedly being cleansed of the fetid spume of falsehood,
And those who had poisoned the hearts of the little ones with the fraud of evolution—
Yea, those who had turned their classrooms into quaint churches had finally been judged!
The meteoric stream of new laws virtually wiped the classroom’s slate clean,
And the harsh penalties for proselytizing in a classroom setting sent a crystal clear message;
The repulsive, loathsome felony carried a maximum punishment of fifteen years in jail.
No longer were secular humanist priests allowed to peddle their wares in the classroom;
Irresponsible comments’ wanton use about life’s sacred origin was a serious matter.
And oh, the sacerdotal system of professors who bluntly thrashed Christianity—
Oh the fire that burned the hem of their garments could light the whole world aflame.
And what a serious felony that such a misdeed turned out to be for so many preachers!
The priestly system of professors bluntly thrashing Christianity was outlawed,
And trashing the innocent Christian religion in a classroom carried stiff prison terms;
Those who tried to use their podiums as pulpits of naturalism were summarily jailed.
Oh how things had changed: What a great change that had come upon the world!
And those who dared to violate this noble, sacred law were stuffed into dark, musty prisons.
Oh the thick, heavy darkness of these horrible tiny prison cells drove not a few stark mad.
And what a new day it was: The pendulum had swung all the way to the other side;
And things went back to normal, as they were before Lyle and Hutton and Darwin.
In addition, funding for evolution research rapidly began to dry up; driving many out of work;
Accordingly, naturalistic scholars of that ideological persuasion fled the classroom in droves.
And, for their own safety and economic security, they lied to all prospective employers:
Many of these former academic stars were glad to scoop up pedestrian, entry-level jobs;
And those who remained in the classroom quickly understood the beautiful art of disguise.
Oh what a change that had come upon the earth: Oh what long overdue judgment of wrong!
All the chickens had come home to roast; and oh, what a dainty meal that was!
The world had gotten tired of secularism’s blank, empty, stuffy answers to life’s puzzles;
And the frightening, unnerving societal trends of destructive behavior did not help either.
The skyrocketing rate of alcoholism and obesity and the unrestrained growth of anarchy;
The rapid increase in drug addiction, teen pregnancy, and the ever-growing suicide rate;
The spiraling scourge of violence and the burgeoning growth of divorce jarred the world!
Oh the swift, rushing stream of social maladies ruffled all the feathers in society.
It sent politicians scrambling and fluttering about the world, looking for answers;
And eyes, formerly blinded by the veil of falsehood, suddenly flickered open.
Secularism’s rank inability to furnish tenable solutions soured the world it once mocked;
Suddenly, the whole world began to see the truth about the fairy tale of evolution.
Glib, politically correct answers with no teeth no longer worked in that world of bloom;
And oh, what a tragedy that had befallen such a mighty kingdom of false knowledge!
The great, titanic kingdom of Babylon had fallen: Yea, it had fallen flat on the ground;
And all of its gleaming, glorious palaces had now been turned to mere rubble and dust.
They lay strewn across the face of the earth like fallen trees, hewn in a mighty storm:
Oh the wreckage of such a powerful kingdom was a picturesque view of a faded age;
And there it was, for the whole world to see—the ghost that had led the whole earth astray.
Oh cruel phantom of Darwinism, how hast thou plagued the earth with the thorn of lies;
How hast thou poisoned men’s hearts against the Almighty Government of the universe!
With thy mouth full of lies and sand, you’ve filled men’s hearts with vanity’s husks and straws;
You’ve polluted the hearts of the earth’s misguided children with lies’ empty promises.
Oh what irreparable damage you’ve done to the sprawling kingdom of earthly life.
You’ve constructed a titanic technocracy run by amoral technicians, sheared of truth.
Oh crass, brash technicians of the Darwinian Age; why hast thou polluted the earth?
Why hast thou corrupted the innocent children of the earth with thy false teaching?
You’ve polluted their hearts against the untarnished beauty of truth, reason, and soberness;
You’ve filled the earth with the poisonous, destructive words of falsehood and intrigue;
You’ve ripped the Holy Writ from the hearts of men and women, and pelted it into the sea.
Oh crass, cruel cowards of evolution; you’ve hidden truth’s golden light from the lambs:
Oh the little lambs, just learning to run and gambol over the tawny pasture of earthly life.
You’ve used the classroom as thy pulpit to disseminate the empty lies of fraud;
Yea, you’ve utilized thy podium to promulgate and promote that which is abominable.
And oh, thy loathsome diatribe and frenzied, angry tirade against the Christian religion—
What irreparable damage you have done to the very unhappy children of the earth!
Oh how hast thy irresponsible conduct ripped and ruined the delicate fabric of human society:
Children, raised in fatherless homes, have turned into wild beasts; capsizing society’s ship.
Lost in the smoke of a false reality, they grope in the darkness of a bogus socialization.
And like powerful waves pounding vehemently against the iron reefs of the sea,
They’ve vented all that pent-up rage upon society’s social engineering institutions:
Schools, under siege by young criminals, looked like war zones after the storm had passed.
Young school children, wielding combat armament, fired into screaming crowds:
Oh the howling fire of AK Forty-Seven and Bush Master Rifles poured into the air like rain;
Children and adults, slaughtered like animals in a storm, screamed with the shriek of death.
And when the storm was gone, the shredded parts of human remains were everywhere!
The lost lives had been immolated to the gods of falsehood, vanity, and human folly.
The religious doctrines of secular humanism and naturalism were never inculpated;
Yea, these false religious doctrines were never prosecuted for these senseless tragedies:
They continued to be taught as sacrosanct truths to the sacred flock of innocence.
Evolution’s amoral system of analysis created a society where morals were irrelevant;
And the negligible, exiguous presence of moral teaching created a shitload of troubles.
The endless sanguinary stream of school shootings and fallen heroes left society on edge;
Everyone agreed that there was a problem: No one seemed to know what it was.
No one even had a clue about the origin and cause of those terrible kinds of problems.
If anyone dared to suggest that the false, amoral teaching of evolution was the problem;
He was either pronounced insane or summarily hanged on the nearest tree in the city.
And so, false science’s sacred cow of evolution turned out to be a barbarous butcher;
Yea, a serial killer who maimed and killed for fun; hiding behind college professors’ aprons!
But who would ever believe that sort of nonsense? Whose eyes were that wide open?
No one was that awake in society’s sleepy camp of epicureans, whose religion was fun.
The clarion cry was: Let us eat, drink, and have a good time; for tomorrow, we die.
How noble and pragmatic that that ideological notion appeared to be on the surface!
But just beneath the shallow veneer of all that trash were dangerous social engineers—
Well educated men and women who worked laboriously to capsize the ship of society.
Oh those malicious social engineers, dressed in the sacerdotal garb of good manners—
Those mischievous knit wits conducted a dark underworld of wonder and mischief;
These impassioned religious nuts worked on society from behind their glass masks.
Yea, they operated in a quaint, arcane world of mischief, intrigue, and betrayal of society;
And like skilled cooks in a school cafeteria, these spin doctors framed the world they desired.
And, in that dark world of wonder and intrigue; they spun a society no one ever thought
Possible: Oh they created a social world that fitted into their naturalistic ideology—
Yea, a society that snugly fitted into their secular religion like exquisitely chosen gloves!
These are the ax-grinding social engineers who run our educational institutions today;
These are the suckers who lie to you in election campaigns, promising you so much change.
Oh they promised you so many things that not even God himself would, and could, deliver—
Even God himself would not fulfill those empty, lofty promises under any circumstances.
But once they were elected, they brashly pushed through their own dark agenda;
And by the time they were done with your vote, you didn’t even know your own name.
Far removed from the ordinary course of things, so many strange things happened:
Yea, one thing after another seemed to go wrong right before your eyes;
And you had to pinch yourself to see if you were still in the land of the living.
These are the shockingly ugly types of games that these crass power brokers play.
And when the Sophoclean news broke about the Virginia Tech massacre,
People merely threw their mouths open and wondered what had happened there;
The questions poured like smoke from a chimney—and they came from everywhere.
“How could this happen in the United States? Who are we and what have we become?”
“What have we become?” Well, we’ve been teaching Darwinism and evolution in our schools;
Moral rules and human life were of very little significance in that naturalistic world.
And so it was, one violent rampage after another in the frightened square of public life;
Here, a quiet work place went amok; after a shower of AK 47 bullets, tears gushed like rain:
There, shoot out with the police had shut down the entire neighborhood for two days!
The people’s faces, like blustery clouds, scowled with the long frown of disbelief:
Their deep, booming, brawling cries sounded like cannons going off in the distance;
They stuffed the air with the funereal sounds of sorrow and behave as if there would be no
Tomorrow! In a few minutes, their entire world had come crashing down; vaporized in a flash!
All the beauty of their world had been lost within the twinkling of an eye!
Not far away, a bank was being held up by brawny young men discharged the previous day;
And a thousand miles away, a university campus was being transmuted into a war field.
Why has society been turned into a howling jungle of wild beasts? Why, why, why, why?
Suddenly, a sane society was filled with psychopaths, sheared of respect for human life.
And so it was: The world finally woke up and saw who the real wild beasts—were.
Everyone was still entitled to his own religious beliefs and moral convictions,
But no one had the right to arbitrarily shove his religion down the throat of a classroom;
That felony carried a maximum penalty of fifteen years at a state penitentiary.
And so, finally, the world began to awake from its long slumber of the evolution hoax;
Oh the fairy tales, the fairy tales of evolution, naturalism, and secular humanism!
The hegemony of that unholy trinity slipped into the picturesque eclipse of oblivion.
And oh heavens, what a wonderful world that unfolded thereafter; so filled with jolly folks.
Truth resumed its rightful place smack at the podium of every classroom in the world;
The cryptic veil of mystery, barbarism, and surrealism faded from the sunny skies above.
The bloated coffers of scholars who wielded the staff of truth waxed even larger;
And oh, the strength of pure money—what a fine job it did in cleaning up the world!
Behold the earth, its cheeks gleaming with the bright blush of truth and the sane smile of joy.
Young men grew up in a world with such sacred respect for the law and human life;
Pregnant women raised children with their young, burly husbands right at their sides.
Now, what had happened all of a sudden? What was the trigger of all this change?
Nature’s laws of respect for truth and authority were now in full force and control again;
Truth was taught in the classrooms of the world, and violators were severely punished.
Evolution was taught merely as a speculative theory of science—and that was all;
No one in his right mind tried to mix conjecture and speculation with scientific truth.
There was nothing else added, and there was nothing more. Nothing else, nothing more!
Prayer and Bible reading were reincorporated into the educational process;
And oh, the keen, jarring, dramatic change that transpired was groundbreaking indeed.
All the boiling, crazy, violent rampages on school campuses had ceased forever:
Children ran and gadded about the place like a frisky litter of puppies;
And oh, all of a sudden; so many things became virtually useless—so many things!
Prison cells, once jammed with young felons, now lay idle and practically empty;
Death-row wards; once throttled with violent, sadomasochistic murderers—
They now looked like inviolate chapels, far removed from the stain of human blood.
Public schools, brisk with the business of educating young people, ran quite smoothly;
Gone were all the mayhem and confusion and disorder associated with naturalism’s lies.
The strident shrieks and cacophonous cries of violence were gone—and gone forever.