The selfish generation get a bit more payback

There has been hardly any reporting of this story, so obviously there is no need for anyone to, like, pay much attention.

The list of effective antibiotics has been dwindling as the bacteria became resistant, and now it’s down to one.

So, yes, getting gonorrhea now means that you have to go in and get antibiotics through a needle. And then everyone with whom you’ve had sex in the last 60 days has to get tested, too.

Once gonorrhea becomes resistant to the last of our cephalosporin antibiotics — “it’s only a matter of time,” according to Dr. Gail Bolan, Director of STD Prevention at the CDC in today’s announcement — we will have no treatment. Then when it gets into your bloodstream, it will be lethal.

There is no necessity to learn morality from Moses.  You can always learn it from microbes instead.


Thousands march to change outdated attitudes on sexuality.  SlutWalk was formed after a Canadian policeman made ill-considered remarks about rape and women’s appearance

As the man said:

20. The rest of mankind that were not killed by these plagues still did not repent of the work of their hands; they did not stop worshiping demons, and idols of gold, silver, bronze, stone and wood—idols that cannot see or hear or walk.  21. Nor did they repent of their murders, their magic arts, their sexual immorality or their thefts.

But those who decide what is ‘normal’ in any society care very little for the misery they cause in the lives of the less powerful.  Which is one reason why we should pay very little attention to their demands of us.

Of course you don’t have to be a Christian to be moral.  We are told that every day.  But, funnily enough, only the Christians point out these simple, obvious moral lessons.


2 thoughts on “The selfish generation get a bit more payback

  1. Well, there’s the Sikhs, the virtuous pagans, and so on. But alas, they are mostly ignored when they talk about their parts of the Copybook Lessons. It is harder to ignore Christians and Jews when they speak straight from God, so we tend to get hated instead. But even good philosophers talking virtue can be hated, if they make someone think a bit too much, so that they feel uncomfortable.

  2. You’re right. It’s the Christians who get the flak, because the establishment have guilty consciences. They don’t really worry about the other funny little people.

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