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Monday, 25 April 2011

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British tabloid 'The Guardiano' is again promoting evolution by another nut, 'Tom Redford'. In an attempt to flog his latest book, the newspaper is giving him column inches to promote the propaganda of evolution, in a surprisingly frank admission of lack of evdience.

The following paragraph is copied verbatim under the fair usage policy for 'educational' and critical purposes. I STRESS that this is written by someone who actually believes in evolution.

'Human evolution must be the greatest story never told. It begins in an unknowable past and continues mysteriously for the next five or six million years. Is it a thriller, an epic or a comedy of errors? There is no dust jacket, no title page, no dedication, no acknowledgements. Almost all the text is missing, apart from the occasional phrase, sentence or paragraph, seemingly torn at random from the great six-million-year narrative. If the story of humanity is a single volume, then only the last page survives.'

Although the above over eggs the evidence for evolution, I couldn't have put it much better myself.

We are also treated to a photograph of Chimpanzees, and the claim that we share nearly 99% of DNA with them. This despite the fact that only stupid evolutionists still believe that man descended from Chimps! This is ignorance or deception of the highest order. Using the same principle, we share 85% similarity to a mouse.

This story is joined by two others also promoting evolution. This is probably as a retort to Pope Benedict claiming that human evolution did not happen by chance in his Easter sermon. This contradicts dead Pope John Paul mk2 who gave catholics permission to not take the word of God as a fact.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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