Monday, April 15, 2019

Cdl. Sarah on the 'Notorious Mystery' of Justice Kennedy

Although it is now considered a legal and philosophical laugher, Anthony Kennedy's flapjaw in the Casey opinion pretty much epitomized Western positive law regarding the nature of sexuality.   But now comes Cdl. Sarah, who re-asserts the laws of Nature and Nature's God as primary.

..."From Him [God] we receive our nature as man and woman," he said.  "This is intolerable to modern minds. Gender ideology is a Luciferian refusal to receive a sexual nature from God. Thus some rebel against God and pointlessly mutilate themselves in order to change their sex. But in reality they do not fundamentally change anything of their structure as man or woman."

"The West refuses to receive, and will accept only what it constructs for itself," said Cardinal Sarah.  "Transhumanism is the ultimate avatar of this movement. Because it is a gift from God, human nature itself becomes unbearable for western man....
The Cardinal has another silly Western construct in his sights, too.

..."The 'fundamental values' promoted by the U.N. are based on a rejection of God that I compare with the rich young man in the Gospel," said Cardinal Sarah. "God has looked upon the West and has loved it because it has done wonderful things. He invited it to go further, but the West turned back. It preferred the kind of riches that it owed only to itself."...
Nietzsche's "transvaluation of all values" is exactly what's going on here.  It began with the Pill, which chemically (not naturally) eliminated half of the ontological nature of sexual relations.  A directly comparable act cost Onan his life, as some recall.

With conception out of play, recreational sex became 'normative,' and thus the slope through homosex and now "trans"-sex.  Remember that ALL those activities were against the civil law--at one time.

Suddenly--in only 50+ years--all this is licensed by Western positive law which is encapsulated in Kennedy's "Notorious Mystery Passage":

 "At the heart of liberty is the right to define one's own concept of existence, of meaning, of the universe, and of the mystery of human life."   
Gee.  Almost looks as though Cdl. Sarah was looking directly at this disgraceful chump Kennedy, eh?

1 comment:

Sean Degidon said...

Thanks! I found this looking for the Kennedy quote, but the Sarah quote is a wonderful bonus. I pray he'll be the next pope (i.e. Robert Sarah, not Anthony Kennedy).

Happy Father's Day!