The Lutheran Church Day Festival (German: evangelischer Kirchentag) is a hocus pocus new age fair masquerading as Christianity. This year’s sermons were about the refugee crisis, climate change and right-wing populism. The motto ‘What a trust!’. But what trust? Trust in G-d or trust in the state? It is not clear. But if you are not lying passed out in the grass, you probably do it wrong anyway.
Internet pillories are no rare phenomenon these days. And yet the recent launch of the new website agentin.org raised some eyebrows. Targets are any voices critical of gender mainstreaming extravaganzas. The reason for concern is that the site does not only target public figures as we know it from the SPLC in the US, but ordinary ‘anti-feminist citizens’ in an easily accessible list, merely sorted alphabetically.
Sure enough, public figures are included to smear ordinary individuals with guilt by association. Editors of the pillory are Prof Elisabeth Tuider of University Kassel, Sociologist Andreas Kemper and a gentleman named Henning von Bargen of the Gunda Werner Institute, the sub-organisation of the Heinrich Böll foundation that is officially credited with running the website.
The Foundation is a political think-tank closely tied to the German Green Party and has nothing to do with Nobel Prize Laureate Heinrich Böll. Unlike US think-tanks, the Heinrich Böll Foundation is financed with tax-payer money.
Some Germans take it with humor and try to get on. Here is my bid:
When the Lord created both sexes he liked women’s hips tender, breasts pert, voices bright, and hair long and flowing.
Craving for the protection by and from muscular, hard men, they seek a potential father who stays with them in loyalty and fidelity to support her child-rearing efforts.
While sons may dance and daughters may wrestle, we love to see our kids behave like we expect it of the two sexes. The undecided may flip a coin, non-conformity is appreciated and is on par with conformity if it feels good.
May the manly dagger of hard flesh plunge into women’s soft sheaths as often as possible. Praise the Lord!