Essay centers on current “moral anarchy” and general inability of society to see it, even those who embrace morality
By John-Henry Westen
March 14, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Canadian Catholic author Michael O’Brien has made available to LifeSiteNews.com his latest essay which centers on the current “moral anarchy” and the general inability of society to see it, even those who embrace morality. The blindness, he says, is due to compromise.
O’Brien quotes Plato referring to states in which an excess of freedoms severed from responsibility have degenerated into open anarchy, which in turn precipitates tyranny. He asks: “But what about a ‘republic’ in which moral anarchy reigns in a matrix of prosperity, order, and apparent civic freedom? Can democracy be undone spiritually without a shot being fired within its frontiers?”
"Indeed it can; indeed it is happening. Yet the psychology of perception, our own unrecognized consciousness-shift from the moral cosmos to the materialist cosmos now surrounding us, tells us that our situation is basically stable. We admit there are problems, even serious problems, but we feel confident that our freedom is intact, and that all grave threats come from exterior sources.
Moral anarchy indeed, and thes moral anarchists are now promoting sex in public parks like what amsterdam has done.
Amsterdam Decriminalizes Public Sex in Famous Park
And then govts are now persecuting parents who refuse to catipulate to their totalitarian demands.
Belgium Parents May be Jailed for Refusing Polio Vaccine
Its getting wose and worse everyday!!