C of E head of education The Rev Jan Ainsworth says that “state juvy warehouses might wish to brainwash their defenseless inmates with the myth of creationism in science class. Why? Because cognitive dysfunctionals have different ways of looking at bald-faced lies promulgated by delusional old dudes.”
No wait, that was the Twistulator’s automated translation. Crap, where did I put those notes … ah, here we are. What The Rev Jan Ainsworth actually said was, “State schools could teach the theory of intelligent design in science lessons.”
Jesus fucking Christ, does she kiss her mother with that mouth? Amazingly, her torrent of obscenity against Truth and Beauty did not cause The Rev Jan Ainsworth’s obstreperal lobe to explode; I speculate that she doesn’t even have one. She claims to be not all that into intelligent design herself, but justifies her spineless capitulation to alienating patriarchal forces of anti-enlightenment by suggesting that teaching this ‘theory’ would be ‘a recognition that there are different ways of looking at the evidence.”
‘Theory’ is the new ‘persistent delusion.’ ‘Evidence’ is the new ‘pernicious hogwash translated into 17th century English from spurious antiquitated texts carved into rocks by barbarian mystics’.
The Rev Twisty Faster suggests that state schools should brainwash the kiddies with the myth of creationism never, because although The Rev Jan Ainsworth is correct in that there certainly are different ways of looking at mass hallucinations and prevarications, the fact that these figments are the objects of a multiplicity of viewpoints is hardly a reason to inflict them on students studying science.