On Fraternity Hazing

Make men drink a fifth of whiskey when they turn 18 years old (at threat of expulsion as in Genesis 17:14), but do not cut their genitalia, ever. In this the fraternity must conform, or itself be expelled.

Heartbreaking & Gut Wrenching

If the ritual was to push a needle into a babies eye—the process of making a covenant with God—it would be seen instantly for what circumcision already is, but unseen. After a while, when first done at threat of expulsion from the economy, many would do it, many others would then comply because it had… Continue reading Heartbreaking & Gut Wrenching

Infection Disease

The Sociopathy of Goodness. Nazism for newborns. Infant circumcision is medical battery, a violation of fiduciary duty, a violation of Hippocratic Oath, and Constructive Fraud. It is violent traumatic archaic nonsense; withholding of compassion from newborn citizens.

Nazism for Newborns

Infant circumcision is the same error in judgement as Nazism. It is the sociopathy of goodness, where people become so pleased with themselves that they batter another person and call it righteousness. The holocaust was a hate crime, and so is infant circumcision. They are the same error in judgement, from people who think they… Continue reading Nazism for Newborns

Zipporah, village idiot.

Moses was a warlord (fair enough). His wife had a panic attack and cut their son (before that ‘circumcision was not practiced in the time of Moses’). Moses MADE everyone do it so his wife wouldn’t seem like the village idiot (he had to MAKE them as one is naturally averse to hurting their child).… Continue reading Zipporah, village idiot.

The War

In the war between babies and the dead, always fight on the side of babies. Always root for those who do.

Message vs Messenger

One does not have to be a Christian to be an Intactivist, but they do have to be an Intactivist to be a Christian. The Christian who is curious about Jesus must look to see the person. When they see the person it is only then possible to see the eight day old child. If… Continue reading Message vs Messenger