The purpose of this site is to reveal truths about our world and society that have been distorted and perverted by Socialist, Communist, Progressive powers that have permeated our society.
I have written two books that cover two aspects of these distortions, half-truths and lies.
For the first book, Perverted Truth Exposed: How Progressive Philosophy has Corrupted Science, the purpose of this blog is to open logical discussions about truth and faith in science and to examine some of the most cherished paradigms. Some areas of science have become religions complete with catechisms, saints and evangelists. Dirty tactics are used to shut up any dissent or logical questions that threaten dominance of the standard line. Science is not cast in stone, and any belief that cannot be questioned is closer to myth than science. True believers use ad hominem attacks, guilt by association, claims of either ignorance or sinister motives by those who question accepted dogma, along with logical fallacies, equivocation, obfuscation and similar tactics to silence opposition. Instead of an open forum for discussion, academia has become a closed priesthood where the accepted dogma is preached and anyone stepping out of line is punished by denial of research grants and journal publication. It is time to return to open discussions without fear of retribution.
For the second book, Saving Africa from Lies That Kill: How Myths About the Environment and Overpopulation Are Destroying Third World Countries, (blog: savingafricafromliesthatkill.com) the purpose is to expose the abuses by international organizations of the poor in Third World countries that keep them primitive, sick, ignorant, isolated and often literally in the dark. The overpopulation myth is behind the UN agencies, USAID, WHO, World Bank, and other organizations pushing quotas on sterilization, abortion and extreme forms of birth control in exchange for foreign aid or loans. The environmental and climate change myths are used to deny them electricity from fossil fuels, hydroelectric, geothermal and nuclear power. Roads and hydroelectric dams are denied as disruptive to wildlife and harmful to the environment. Effective insect and disease control are denied as another way to limit the population. Modern agriculture, high yield crops and technologically enhanced (GMO) crops are denied as harmful to the environment and unsustainable, when they could improve nutrition and end deforestation by slash and burn agriculture.
All of these are lies and distortions that the poor cannot afford. Readily available, simple real solutions are possible and desperately needed in developing countries. Electricity can facilitate other improvements including clean water and sanitation, roads to access medical facilities, markets and employment; investment opportunities, disease and insect control and ending indoor air pollution. Education in hygiene and installing clean water and sanitation facilities can reduce high infant and childhood mortality from polluted water. Poverty, not overpopulation causes environmental harm. Higher standards of living and lower infant mortality can improve the environment and stabilize the population.