The author of a new book that shows how America is buying into Adolf Hitler’s belief system regarding those who are “not human,” says the black community is much too smart to be hoodwinked by a campaign promoted by atheists during February’s Black History Month.
“Atheistic evolution isn’t an intelligent belief, as atheists would have the black community believe,” said Ray Comfort, whose new project is “Hitler, God, and the Bible.”
“It’s a philosophy for the dumbest of the dumb, and it’s an insult to the black heritage to try and hoodwink them into believing that nothing created everything,” he said.
“That’s a scientific impossibility, and African Americans have got too much intelligence to believe such an insane worldview. That’s why there are so few black atheists. Most atheists are white, educated, and greatly lacking when it comes to common sense,” he said.
His comments came amid confirmation from American atheists that they have begun a national advertising campaign to target America’s black community.
Debbie Goddard, director of African Americans for Humanism, told The Christian Post this week, “A lot of people think that if someone’s black it means that they’re religious. So we want to be able to show people that that’s not true, that there are non-religious people out there.”
Comfort said the warning signs are explained in his book, which outlines the atrocities of Hitler and how the dictator’s worldview allowed him to destroy millions of lives because they weren’t really “human.”
He notes that that is the same attitude that the American abortion industry has adopted. Its leaders say the unborn, the estimated 50 million plus who have died in America’s abortion clinics, aren’t really human, either.
“The black community should be made aware that atheism is a slippery slope into abortion, and that will further decimate the African American population. Remove God from any society and it will naturally embrace the godless worldview of Darwinian evolution,” he said.
In the documentary, he takes his video camera to the streets and asks what people knew about the infamous German tyrant and mass murderer. He returned shocked – with footage of 14 people (mainly university students) who didn’t have a clue as to who Hitler was. When he posted the movie on the Internet, it received 2.1 million views in just over three months. Since then, hundreds of thousands of copies have been both sold and given away.
He said most who believe in evolution have no idea that the Nazi Holocaust had its roots in Darwin’s concept of “survival of the fittest.”
“In recent years biologists have deliberately distanced themselves from that phrase and instead used ‘natural selection,’ because ‘survival of the fittest’ is easily linked to Hitler’s killing of the weak and letting the strongest survive. Atheism almost always embraces Darwinian evolution, which would have people believe that they are merely animals, and that there are no moral absolutes. I have been going to universities and challenging students to convince me that evolution has a scientific basis. No-one can offer any proof, because Darwin’s evolution is scientifically baseless. All they have are theories that have to be received in blind faith,” he said.
He also noted that the American abortion industry for years already has been targeting the black community.
In fact, The National Black Catholic Congress has weighed in on the issue, challenging its members to choose the cause of death most costly to the black community, since 1973.
“Think about it for a minute. Is it heart disease – 2,266,789 deaths since 1973, cancer – 1,638,350, or accidents – 370,723? It is AIDS – 203,695, or violent crimes – 306,313? There is one possibility that is often overlooked. It happens 1,452 times a day in our community. It has taken over 13 million black lives within the last 30 years. It has taken 1/3 of our present population. What is it? ABORTION!”
The group continued, “The CDC reports that of the approximately 4,000 abortions that are performed daily in the United States, 1,452 of them are performed on African American women and their pre-born children. This means that although African Americans represent only 12 percent of the population in the United States, they account for 35 percent of the abortions,” the report said.
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