This foul mouthed, expletive sputtering young man once again makes the usual connection between atheism and the relentless trolling attacks on curative medicine.
Kyle Kulinski isn’t giving us the best argument for atheism, he’s giving us the worst, he’s giving us the usual atheist knee jerk “ontology” for what ironically amounts to a sweltering pig hiding in the shadows of syndicalism. “If alternative medicine was really medicine it wouldn’t be called alternative.” Now there’s a strawman argument for patent medicine genocide. “Alternative” is HIS definition for anything that doesn’t fit the monetized health scare cookie cutter.
“Homeopathy’s a sham,” he says, when in fact Kulinski doesn’t know what he’s talking about. Homeopathy is a long and widely observed principle of immunology. But not wide enough, and apparently not long enough either.. The smallpox vaccine, man’s greatest medical achievement, was, by strict definition of the word, homeopathic.
So here, Kulinski’s atheism, as always, blows up in his face. In reality atheism always leads to pseudoscience . . like Democritus’ Atomic Theory, the only “scientific” delusion of the ancient world to belly crawl into modern (secular) thinking, totally dependent on empty spaces between indivisble particles swimming around in . . what was it again? Empty space? What is this wind again, and where does it come from? Kulinski’s mouth. And what is this vacuum, and where does it reside? Kulinski’s brain.
Watch him. He’s climbed so high in this tree he’ll never come out of it by his own volition, he’ll fall out of it first.