‘Cultural Differences’

Archeologists have recently unearthed a mass burial site at the Mayan city of Chichen Itza, consisting of scores of young children — all of them boys. That human sacrifice is repulsive, abhorrent and just plain evil should be something every decent person can agree upon… but Progressives, as usual, are there with an explanation of why our oppressive, white supremacist, colonial blinders allow us to pass such judgements. Death had an entirely different meaning to the Mayans, they helpfully explain. 

No doubt the boys in the pit were fighting to get to the head of the line.

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C.G. McCann
June 30, 2024 4:20 AM

Right thing to do… Hmmmmm – So did the Manson group, so did the Applewhite group and Heaven help us, the Jonestown residents (can you imagine giving your innocent sweet child poison laced fruit drinks and having to watch them die?) I have not been in those situations for many reasons, but I suspect if I had been deluded enough to go with one of these charlatans I would have been shot for non-compliance.

Phil Leith
June 28, 2024 7:04 AM

So … I guess they need to let Washington and Jefferson off the hook at the very least.

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Rick Notkin
June 26, 2024 2:29 PM

Thou shall not murder, Scott. The taking of innocent life. Self-defense is Biblically acceptable.

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Burt Bregman
Reply to  Rick Notkin
June 30, 2024 2:39 AM

In the original Hebrew, it was “thou shall not Murder”. “Murder” was changed to “Kill” during the Latin Translation.

The Bible was translated into Latin in the early fifth century. This translation was known as “the Vulgate” and was the official translation used by the Roman Church for more than 1,500 years.

The first known translation of the Bible into Greek is called the Septuagint (LXX; 3rd–1st centuries BC). 

Tim Scott
June 26, 2024 2:24 PM

After Bill mentioned the movie “Apocolypto” I looked it up on IMDB. It is streamed in many places–both free (Plex, Pluto TV, Roku, and Tubi) and paid (Peacock Amazon Prime). There might be others that IMDB did not mention; I think their list of where to see a movie/show has gone downhill a bit since Amazon bought them.

James Sarafin
June 26, 2024 9:26 AM

You do not seem to understand the power of conditioning. Example; A boy was born in Gaza. He is taught by his parents that Jews are bad, and it is Allah’s wish that Muslims kill Jews. The boy goes to school and the teaching is reinforced that he will be honored for killing Jews. When the boy becomes a young man, he becomes an enthusiastic official member of Hamas. On October 7th the young man enters Israel with his cohorts and the young man personally kills seven Jews. The young man calls his father on his cell phone and brags… Read more »

Daniel Stires
Reply to  James Sarafin
June 27, 2024 12:42 AM

A kindergarten class performance, In Gaza…
and your life’s path has been set…

Barbara Rossell
June 26, 2024 7:35 AM

Scott says no mother willingly gives up her little child for sacrifice because it’s the right thing to do. (to paraphrase). My understanding is that is exactly the mentality of a lot of mothers in Gaza.

James Sarafin
Reply to  Barbara Rossell
June 26, 2024 9:28 AM

You are exactly right. Scott is placing his own morality upon others who’s background he does not know.

Reply to  Barbara Rossell
June 26, 2024 9:49 AM

Scott is a smart, dear, sweet man who makes the common mistake of thinking he’s the norm and what he views as normal is what prevails everywhere. Scott is right that his thinking is correct and the best possible course. He’s not so correct in trying to apply that to places and people who are so different from us they might as well be from another planet. This view of Scott’s is not only common, it’s nearly universal among people who have lived in our Western Society of ease and security. It’s normal for good people to assume everyone else… Read more »

Brian Thomson
June 26, 2024 7:00 AM

When we talk about “good” we talk about God. There is no good without God. God is not, however, just love. God is not a buffet where we get to pick and choose only the parts we like. One of the most necessary parts of God is Righteous Wrath. God is our example. We are supposed to grow more and more like God. As a man of God, it is our duty to recognize that there are circumstances where it is the right thing to do to channel the Righteous Wrath of God, to act out against the abominations that… Read more »

June 26, 2024 6:21 AM

Among other things, episodes like this are why I subscribe to I realize that a lot of Conservatives while being right minded people are still addicts to rage-heroin. That sort of person wants to see the latest travesties committed by our political enemies beaten with a club to a pulp then the pulp pureed and mixed with acid. It doesn’t matter how minor or major the infraction, all infractions are major to that sort of thinking. This episode points out the basic, fundamental error in the very method of thought of those suffering under Leftist delusionalism. It addresses the… Read more »

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Paul Drallos
Reply to  ACTS (TM)
June 26, 2024 8:04 AM

ACTS: I love it! Perhaps your most inspired post yet.

Keith Jackson
June 26, 2024 5:55 AM

In “Chariots of the Gods” they show us that 50-ton stones and 30-ton stones were harvested, transported, and fit together so tightly that it’s hard to fit paper between them.
Their culture didn’t use wheels.
So, how did some insanely futurist, scientifically advanced peoples mingle with the Mesoamericans, assist them with their insanely precise construction projects, and not “colonialize”?.

Brother Bob
June 26, 2024 5:00 AM

These are the same people who today refuse to judge the values of people who support child mutilation and normalizing pedophilia

Reply to  Brother Bob
June 26, 2024 7:02 AM

… and the sacrificial murder of their own babies to improve their own lives. Both to avoid the responsibility of their own choices and to garner political power from those who want to avoid that responsibility. Abortion is no different than sacrificing children to Moloch or an Aztec sun god. Different paint job, same car.