Tag Archives: moral relativism

Relativism: latest humanitarian hoax

This collage, the composer of which drew obvious inspiration from M. C. Escher, illustrates the perils of relativism in the abstract.

The humanitarian hoax is a deliberate and deceitful tactic of presenting a destructive policy as altruistic. The humanitarian huckster presents himself as a compassionate advocate when in fact he is the disguised enemy. And one of many humanitarian hoaxes is: moral relativism, or simply and more broadly, relativism.

Moral relativism, democracy, and Islam

The Dome of the Rock, said to be the third holiest site in Islam. Even that designation distorts history, one of many lies from Islam. But only one conscious of Deity understands this. Moral relativism blinds one to this reality.

Democracies cannot win a protracted war in an era in which their
opinion makers have been indoctrinated and emasculated by the
university-bred doctrine of multicultural moral relativism.

Brzezinski, Obama, and moral relativism

Brzezinski, likely influence behind the Iran nuke deal, has it in for Israel from the start.

Back in 1985, I wrote an article on Professor Zbigniew Brzezinski in The Intercollegiate Review. I bring this article to your attention because I therein revealed something unheard of in academia: the tyrannical mentality lurking in moral relativism, a doctrine linked to modern liberalism! I see this tyranny latent or lurking in the mentality of President Barack Obama. We need to elucidate and expose Mr. Obama’s mentality because at stake is nothing less than the national security of both America and Israel.

Diplomacy: necessary facts

The Damascus Road. An apt illustration of how "Let's pretend" is a dangerous game to play in diplomacy in the region.

Political scientists fail to emphasize that whenever a democracy and a dictatorship negotiate publicly as equals, the dictatorship gains enormously.   Such negotiation places these two types of regimes on the same moral level. This moral equivalence corrupts public opinion in the democratic world, a world already mired in the university-bred doctrine of moral relativism.  Consider the case of Israel.