Sunday, May 26, 2013

Roman Polanski blames "The Pill"

Oscar-winning director Roman Polanski on Saturday blamed birth control pills for "masculinising" women...

I tend to agree.

We are born into the natural world in physical bodies. As we find more and more ways to interfere in the natural flow of life, we put blocks between ourselves and reality, between the natural "cause and effect" that exists in life. (There are actually children who think that water comes from metal faucets and meat from shrink-wrapped packages--and we never actually bury our family members.)

And our behaviors do change, that is absolutely true and it is something you can observe in yourself if you are really paying attention over time.

The Bible may have warned "judge not, lest ye be judged" but it commands us all to be "discerning" and discernment flies right out the window when a woman's ability to conceive is circumvented by birth control. A woman will lower her standards--it is subtle, but real--and the quality of her life will change. A man's basic instinct to "go forth and multiply" will see the natural constraints disappear. Life will (and has) slowly tilted away into a wilder, less civilized experience as anyone who pays attention to the news can see.

Liberals seem to think that any constraints on behavior are unfair and and unjustifiable, but things are not better since "free love," abortion, and birth control have become standard.

The article (linked at top) never mentions Mr. Polanski's first wife, the beautiful actress Sharon Tate, who was murdered by the (Charles) Manson "family". I have included a new documentary (Albert Hexum Dwyer Productions, 2013) below for younger readers who are interested or older readers who might enjoy this detailed examination of events in the late 1960's.

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