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The Voice of Europe: Ethical relativism

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On July 26, Lucian Vâlsan, James Huff, Huffnágel Pista and whoever shall call in will be talking about the constant process of redefining ethics to fit a certain ideology.

Through the process of redefining ethics, killing half of the human race, killing “undesired” children[1] or passing legislation that has double standards enshrined in them suddenly becomes acceptable.

When everything becomes relative and the objective truth is thrown out on the window, those that hold immutable values can be and are labeled as “extremists” and when the truth becomes incorrect – the society at large is one step closer to totalitarianism.

It is already extremist in Sweden to believe that men and women are essentially different. It is already extremist amongst the fans of the EU to believe that one should have the right to employ whomever s/he wants in the company s/he created. It will soon become extremist in the UK to believe that one should get an Internet connection free of governmental censorship and it has already been affirmed in France that it is extremist to believe that a man should have the right to know whether the child he is raising is indeed his or not.

Our ethics are being twisted through the coercive force of the legislative apparatus every day and what used to be common-sense is now “extremist”. Why is this happening? Why is it so important to have clear-cut ethics? We will try to analyze the process of bending common sense that is taking place right now in Europe and assert several “extremist” ideas, such as the fact that due process for men is still necessary or the fact that no social engineering will ever achieve “substantive equality” (equality of outcome).

The subject is tricky so please join us!

[1] http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/9113394/Killing-babies-no-different-from-abortion-experts-say.html