Is the “Evolution Theory” Hoax to Blame For Our Nation’s Failing Schools?

Posted on by Doc Bacon
Charles Darwin stoops among Marx, Freud, Hitler and Obama as one of the leading inspirations of atheists today.

Charles Darwin stoops among Marx, Freud, Hitler and Obama as one of the leading inspirations of atheists today.

This may be a prognosis that you don’t want to hear, but the cold, hard facts don’t lie. The United States has been falling in world education rankings for over twenty years. In a 2012 study, America ranked 17th against countries planet-wide for the quality and efficacy of our school systems. We were behind socialist “utopias” such as France and Canada. Exotic Asiatic fiefdoms such as Singapore and Hong Kong bested our trillion-dollar efforts. Corrupt Soviet satellites Poland and Finland put us to shame. Even places where drugs and prostitution are legal — The Netherlands and Berlin, for instance — scored higher than a nation that has so long prided itself on decency and hope.

Statistical analysis reveals that the decline of educational standards began two decades ago. Coincidentally (or not), this also happens to be the era of the Clintons. Of course, radical atheists started this fight decades earlier. We had Madalyn Murray O’Hair, Noam Chomsky and even Fidel Castro secretly conspiring to undermine the faith of our children. Christians pushed back by introducing Intelligent Design and “Teach the Controversy” into our science programs. But all this started to fall apart in 1993 when the Clintons were elected to the Oval Office. Suddenly, a slew of activist judges set about disseminating controversial ideologies in the public sphere. They attacked any display of the 10 Commandments. They destroyed historic statues to our fallen veterans, they removed inspiring banners from school gyms. The Bible was forbidden as general subject matter and morning prayer was banned. Most importantly, basic science became extremely politicized. As one report recently noted, leftwing activists have even perverted the basic logic of math to support their agenda!

The "Piltdown Skeleton" is just one of the many fakes used by atheists to prove "evolution."

The “Piltdown Skeleton” is just one of the many fakes used by leftwing activists to support “evolution” in our schools.

Children Harmed

Many scholars consider “evolution” a crude hoax. It’s a theory with no intellectual basis and utterly no proof, except proof of rampant fraud. Even a child could see that this nonsensical fairy tale is wholly contradicted by the proven facts of the Bible. Historians have concluded that the theory’s author, Charles Darwin, was a cocaine-addicted fraud who sought to pay off his gambling debts by selling fantasy tales. Darwin was also a European elitist who often abandoned his family to spend time on exotic islands around the world where native women went topless and consumed intoxicating spirits. Yet despite the mountains of evidence, radical atheists have adopted this queer idea as their very own.

As a doctor, I’ve seen far too many children scarred by the unscrupulous application of “evolution theory” in our schools. This offensive concept has been used like a Trojan Horse to wheel socialism and Satanism into the lives of the young and the innocent. With the belief that they’re simply the offspring of “hairy apes,” today’s teens have nothing holding them back from rape, addiction and murder. They lack the foresight that only morality and the Bible can provide. Is it any wonder our children are so violent and ignorant?

Why Are Atheists Holding America Hostage?

So why “evolution” and why now? One explanation may be that it’s proven to be a highly successful fundraising tool for radical atheist groups that are, if anything, simply employers for otherwise unemployable socialist “thinkers.” There is also a theory that its sole purpose is to give jackbooted federal bureaucrats an excuse to interfere in local communities. Another possibility is its link to drug addiction. Since “evolution theory” posits that we have no morality, that we will not be judged for our sins, it opens the door to widespread corporeal indulgence. From sodomy to marijuana, children no longer fear the consequences of their actions. In such environments where children are beholden to sexual depravity or a reefer stick, they’re far more impressionable. It’s just too easy to stuff a lustful, weed-zonked teen with hardcore atheist theories and communist training. Basically, evolution is that first step into a lifetime of emotional slavery. Studies have shown that radical atheists lead shorter and unhappier lives. They are far more likely, for instance, to indulge in such disturbing practices as “anal scat play,” bestiality and even child murder.

"Evolution theory" has opened the door to many controversial and unproven subjects, such as "global warming" and homosexuality.

“Evolution theory” has opened the door to many controversial and unproven subjects, such as “global warming” and homosexuality.

In the final analysis, we need to consider the long term affects of “evolution” teaching on American science. For biologists, it robs them of seeing the big picture of life. There is no direction, no hope for the atheist biologist toiling away alone at night in his dark campus laboratory. Even more terrifying, it opens the door to genetic engineering, stem cell research and other sorts of experiments that threaten to unleash epidemic viruses or else abnormal human mutations upon our population. (Hence the popularity of “zombies” among kids today, which is essentially a form of Satanism.) Meteorology, zoology and ecology are utterly meaningless without the intelligence of God to define the chaos that scientists attempt to observe. And what does quantum physics even mean if there is no Higher Power defining these unimaginable worlds, these absurdist hypotheticals and these dangerous mathematical equations?

Sadly, all science suffers when there is no God in the minds of its atheist practitioners. And when science is Godless and suffering, America suffers. Is that really the freedom and justice our children deserve?


About This Journalist

Dr. Arthur Bacon Plimpton, DDS and BOHDSc, is a retired physician who spent decades fighting on the frontlines of America’s healthcare fiasco. Today, he uses his journalism to inoculate citizens against our nation’s pandemic of socialism, scientism and sexual perversion.

  • Stephenson_Billings

    I find it rather amazing that the liberals pretend to be so open and yet when it comes to the debate about evolution they shut down completely and won’t hear any evidence that might conflict with their ideas. You see this in our school system, where sometimes Christians simply as to “Teach the Debate” and they won’t even allow that! The hypocrisy of these people is too thick. Will they ever realize it? I doubt it.

    • GregPeterson

      It says “staff” so this is probably a part of the bit, but…I’ll bite. I’m not a liberal but I do accept the fact of evolution. I assume you meant “Teach the Controversy,” and if you want a debate over what kind of controversy does or does not exist, I’d be happy to give you one. Show me your evidence.

      • Stephenson_Billings

        I am a staff member and a moderator so please behave or I will have you shadowbanned.

        • LanceJZ

          Yeah, good show, the staff is a bully, that will make your readers happy.

        • jtown

          So you ban everybody who disagrees with you or provides evidence that is contrary to your obvious bullshit? You aren’t a journalist. You’re a spreader of propaganda.

      • David Agosta

        “Staff” is just an infection that he has. It’s part of the FCC’s new disclosure rules for the internet.

        • Stephenson_Billings

          Why am I not suprised that a radical liberal would try to impress me with his deep knowledge of STDs?

          • David Agosta

            And why is it not surprising that a neo-conservative would so enjoy being impressed deeply?

          • Stephenson_Billings

            That’s exactly the problem with you people, you’ve lost all sense of wonder.

    • MyUsernameIsaLecture

      Except you’re attacking a straw man – it’s not that those who realize the truth of evolution are unwilling to consider the claims of creationists, it’s that we have looked at their claims and they come up wanting. There is no scientific evidence for creationism, while every new bit of evidence reveals the truth of evolution.

      I’m no atheist, but I do reject the idea of teaching “science” that has no basis in science (though parents are perfectly free to teach their kids whatever they want – at home.) As for “teaching the controversy:” I wonder if you’d be so eager to see alchemy and the beliefs of Islam and Hinduism taught in our public schools.

    • Todd Crooks

      Your “evidence” doesn’t mean diddly without a valid chain of reasoning, and you haven’t a one.

  • georgexiro

    what? evolution is not a hoax. It is a scientifically proven FACT! there are tons of evidence backing it up. What evidence do you have to disproove it???

    • Stephenson_Billings

      There are mountains of evidence refuting every claim of “evolution theory” and as one digs deeper into Darwin’s background, serious questions arise. There is certainly an issue with the idea of Macro Evolution versus Micro Evolution as well as the basic question of why we, as human beings, are no longer “evolving.” The majority of professional scientists and thinkers today realize that evolution is little more than a “theory” and clearly the entirety of the Bible is in direct conflict with the agenda that many in the atheist community are trying to force down our throats.

      • MyUsernameIsaLecture

        First of all, human beings are still evolving. Everything is still evolving, in fact – there is no end point to evolution. Evolution is generally a slow process, however, so you’ll only see the result of the accumulating changes over a very long period of time. Rest assured, though, that our ancestors a million years from now (if we live that long) will be very different from the human beings of today.

        Also, the “Macro Evolution versus Micro Evolution” “issue” is entirely fabricated by people who don’t know how evolution works. So-called “macro evolution” is simply the result of many, many, many years of “micro evolution.” That is to say, a tiny number of small changes in each generation will add up to enormous changes over the course of tens of thousands of years.

        Any professional scientist will realize that “it’s just a theory” is not a meaningful statement, since a scientific “theory” is very different from a layman’s theory.

        Your first statement is a lie that creationists have been trying to sell since Darwin’s time (seriously, Christians in the late-1800s were using the “Darwinism is on the decline, more and more scientists are refuting it” line. It was no more true then than it is now.)

        • Stephenson_Billings

          You don’t understand the first thing about God. That much is clear.

          • Quee-queg

            Expand on what he said that leads you to believe he doesn’t understand the first thing about god. In fact your statement doesn’t seem to make much sense because he didn’t mention god in his reply to you. I’m not stepping on either side of the fence in this difference of opinions but if you are going to reply to the person above then they deserve more than condescending remarks about what they do and don’t understand.

            I shouldn’t have to be pointing things like this out to a moderator. Unless the only form of moderation you are interested in is stifling opinions that differ from your own as you have already alluded to in the threat to shadowban who IMPO was being respectful. Due to the number of downvotes that comment received I think the community probably agrees.

          • Todd Crooks

            FUCK THE COMMUNITY! So sayeth the Lord.

          • Todd Crooks

            You can’t explain the first thing about god, that much is clear.

      • LanceJZ

        Only from you sir, and it would seem you don’t know what the word fact means.

      • Todd Crooks

        How can I put this? er – “Thou Liest”. Yeeeah – that’s the ticket.

  • Lauryn

    …. I won’t believe this until you cite your sources. What do we want? Evidence! When do we want it? After peer review!

  • MyUsernameIsaLecture

    Incidentally, there’s a rather gaping hole in Doc Bacon’s logic. He suggests that the reasons our schoolchildren are failing compared to other countries is because we teach evolution in school. There are, of course, a million different things wrong with that suggestion – the biggest being that every single one of the countries that is doing better than us, education-wise, also teaches evolution. And there tends to be far less controversy about the matter in those countries (far fewer people calling to “teach the controversy,” that is.)

    • Stephenson_Billings

      The connection is that schools started going down hill statiscially and getting more violent the exact moment Clinton tried to remove prayer and the 10 Commandments. Also, since morality is not legal to teach, particularly under Hussein Obama, children have no fear of the consequences of their violence and drugs. Seems pretty basic to me.

      • xceed


      • Todd Crooks

        So you blame the precipitous drop in violent crime in the past few decades on Clinton? And here I thought you were a complete jerk.

  • LanceJZ

    This has to be satire, it is just too much nonsense to be anything else.

    • Todd Crooks

      DUDE, look at the articles listed above – it’s a poe alrighty.

  • john

    1. a coherent group of tested general propositions, commonly regarded as correct, that can be used as principles of explanation and prediction for a class of phenomena:

    By calling evolution a theory you do nothing but cause your point harm. On contrast, religion is only a hypothosis

    1. A tentative explanation for an observation, phenomenon, or scientific problem that can be tested by further investigation.2. Something taken to be true for the purpose of argument or investigation; an assumption.3. The antecedent of a conditional statement.

    I don’t think you understand science very much.

  • Militant Atheism For The Soul

    ” the popularity of “zombies” among kids today, which is essentially a form of Satanism” HAHAH!… Zombies = The dead rising from their graves and walking among the living. Jesus = The dead rising from his grave and walking among the living. Is this website a Poe?

    • Kaylee-Aurora

      Haters have to hate!!!!!

  • jenna

    I don’t believe that evolution is a hoax. The Bible says that God created Adam from the earth, evolution suggests that life started in a “soup” of organic matter and amino acids… This “soup” sounds a lot like mud to me… Mud… Clay… Earth? Perhaps the Bible has being saying something for thousands of years that scientists are only now starting to figure out? Just something to think about.

  • Andy Dalton

    Why is there a decline in education? Because of people like you pushing ideas like this. “The US is doing poorly in education because now we’re listening more to scientists with their theories instead of Bronze-Age sheep hurders’ mythology”. Give me a break…

  • Todd Crooks

    CONGRATS! I didn’t realized I was being POE’d until I read your article, “Many Atheists Believe That Eating Puppy Fetuses Will Cure Their Sexual Impotency. Here’s Why They’re Wrong”. NIIIICE.

    Now I’m on to “Maybe A Little War With Russia Will Toughen Up the “Hipster” Generation and Get This Nation Back on Track”.