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The Eunuch As An LGBTQ2+ Metaphor

 


Some religious teachers came to Jesus wanting clarification
on when and if it was okay to get a divorce. And if you do divorce and remarry
another, are you committing adultery? After listening to Jesus’ opinion, his
disciples questioned whether getting married even had value. Perhaps it is
better to remain single.

 

Jesus then goes into a teaching on eunuchs that may crack
open a door of understanding for seeing how a person that is, same sex
attracted or gender dysphoric can live a life that is pleasing to God. Jesus
talks about the eunuch and the call to live a celibate life.

 

Eunuchs are castrated males. They are a sexual minority.
They cannot function sexually the same as other men. The world knew and
identified them as being different.

 

From remote antiquity, eunuchs were employed in the
Middle East and in China in two main functions: as guards and servants in
harems or other women’s quarters, and as chamberlains to kings. Eunuchs were
considered the most suitable guards for the many wives or concubines a ruler
might have in his palace, and the eunuchs’ confidential position in the harems
of princes frequently enabled them to exercise an important influence over
their royal masters and even to raise themselves to stations of great trust and
power.
[1]

 

So, what is the disciple’s path for someone who’s starting
point is as a sexual minority? Is the eunuch a metaphor for LGBTQ2+?

 

 

Matthew 19:

11 But He said to them, “All cannot
accept this saying, but only those to whom it has been given: 12 For
there are eunuchs who were born thus from their mother’s womb, and there
are eunuchs who were made eunuchs by men, and there are eunuchs who have made
themselves eunuchs for the kingdom of heaven’s sake. He who is able to accept it,
let him accept it.”

 

 

1.    
Jesus acknowledges that you cannot accept this
teaching unless you receive it from God. We should not expect anyone to be
agreeable to celibacy or singleness just because Jesus spelled it out. We
should not expect people to choose a path that denies the fleshly desire unless
they see that it is a gift, and a surrender to a better way.


 

2.    
Some eunuchs were born that way. We cannot rule
out the rare occasions when someone has a genetic code that causes them to have
both male and female chromosomes and sex organs. We cannot discount that some
people have an attraction to the same sex that moves from friendship bonding to
sexual attraction during puberty and adolescence. In this regard, there is
sexual desire framework established.

 

3.    
There are eunuchs that were made that way by
other men. Early sexual experiences can shape your desires for a lifetime. I
have rarely met someone with a same-sex attraction that didn’t have an older
person introduce them to the sexual landscape first. Early experiences have a
profound mapping effect on the human psyche. We should not assume that it’s a
choice if there is a deep, inner compulsion introduced by trauma, abuse, or
experimentation.

 

4.    
Some people have chosen to be celibate in their
desire to please God.

 

Eunuchs who were emasculated
voluntarily for the avoidance of sexual sin or temptation—the Christian
theologian Origen (c. ad 185–c. 254) being the
most celebrated example—have appeared in several Christian periods.
[2]

 

Jesus rounds out the short teaching, by again stating that
not everyone can accept this idea of the celibate life, but if you can, embrace
it.

 

 

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Reading The Canadian Sex Stats

 


Statistics can be used in many ways to make observations.
While there can be a margin of error, numbers help us to organize, prioritize
and identify trends, anomalies, and patterns. In Canada, we have a census that
gathers many kinds of data on Canadians. The Statistics Canada website is
available for those of us who want to know what the number is and possible
changes over time.

 

For instance, did you know that Canada surpassed forty
million inhabitants in 2023? October 1st has an estimate of
40,528,396?
[1]

 

The Windsor CMA (Census Metropolitan Area) which extends
downriver to Amherstburg and communities along the 401 until Tilbury has a
population of 359,672 as of 2022.
[2]

 

Did you know?

  • Canada is home to
    approximately 1 million people who are LGBTQ2+.
  • An estimated 1 million
    people in Canada are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or of another sexual
    orientation than heterosexual – representing 4% of the Canadian population
    aged 15 years and older. Among this population, about 52% are women, 44%
    are men, and 3% are non-binary.
  • Looking specifically at
    gender diversity, about 100,815 people in Canada are transgender (59,460)
    or non-binary (41,355), accounting for 0.33% of the population aged 15
    years and over. Among transgender people, 53% were women and 47% were men.
    [3]

 

Percentages are how we establish majority and minority
designations. The truth of the Canadian numbers is that 4% of people identify
as someone other than a heterosexual man or woman and 1/3 of 1% identify as
transgender and/or non-binary.

 

Without making any derogatory inference, 4% is a minority
group. LGBTQ2+ altogether are sexual minorities. That also means that 96% of
the population over age 15 identify as male and female heterosexuals.

 

Characteristically, minority populations are outnumbered and
have a different experience from the majority. How the majority acts and feels
toward the minority is as varied as how the minority acts and feels toward the
majority.

 

So, moving beyond numbers, what is the vision for the
Kingdom of God and how does that shape the relationship that Christians are to
have with the rest of the world?

 

 

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Dancing In The Minefields

 


Before I talk about theology and its impact on sexual
identity and sexual behaviours, I would qualify what I have to start with an
explanation of what I’m trying to do.

 

1.    
I am a sexual being with sexual desires and take
my responsibilities around that seriously. I am trying to love God by
submitting myself to the way of Jesus and learning to live each day in
surrender to God’s will.

2.    
No-one’s sin is worse than mine. I am called by
God to turn away from it and be sexually whole.

3.    
I am trying to love my neighbour(s) as myself. That
means I want the same thing for my neighbour that I have received from God. I
want my neighbour to discover the deeper identity that supersedes all others.

4.    
I am letting the Scriptures teach me about my
truest identity, not as a heterosexual male or any other identity, but as a
child of God.

5.    
I am inviting others to follow Jesus as the
Supreme person and guide for their life. I cannot mandate or demand that, but I
can share what I’m experiencing.

6.    
I am determined to love each person that I come
in contact with. I am not LGBTQ-phobic and am not excluded from sharing
thoughts because I am a white, heterosexual male. I don’t believe in racial
superiority. The patriarchy is not my operating system, the Kingdom of God is.

 

And now let us dance in a minefield…

 

 

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Why We’re About to Get an Unprecedented Influx of LGBTQ Illegal Aliens Who Don’t Speak English

Reprinted from NOQ report.

Democrats are clever.  Nobody in my audience wants to hear that but it’s true. They know how to work the system because the Uniparty Swamp has been building it to cater to them for decades.

The latest version of Democrats playing 4D chess comes with the announcement of a bill designed to “protect” LGBT illegal aliens. According to Fox News [emphasis added]:

Dozens of Democrats in the House and Senate introduced legislation this week that would make it harder to hold illegal aliens in custody if they qualify as a “vulnerable person,” such as those who are gay, lesbian or transgender, who don’t speak English, or who meet other definitions of the term under the bill.

The Dignity for Detained Immigrants Act, from Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., and Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., is aimed at setting minimum standards for detention facilities where thousands of illegal aliens are kept as they await processing. Among other things, it would bar the use of private detention facilities and make sure government-run facilities meet minimum standards as defined by the American Bar Association.

“Our immigration system has allowed for the unjust treatment of immigrants and stripped them of their humanity and due process,” Booker said in a Thursday statement. “We must respect and protect the basic rights of immigrants detained in the United States.”

Under the legislation, the Department of Homeland Security could arrest illegal aliens and either release them on bond or detain them while a decision is made on whether to remove them from the country. The bill sets out new rules on detention that favor aliens.

For example, officials would have to decide within 48 hours whether to detain an alien, and could only detain them after a determination that “the release of an alien will not reasonably ensure the appearance of the alien as required or will endanger the safety” of others. In those cases, DHS “shall impose the least restrictive conditions” for detention, and ensure they get a custody hearing within 72 hours. And in those hearings, “there shall be a presumption that the alien should be released,” the bill said.

But the bill goes further by seeking to exempt several groups of illegal aliens from any detention at all. It creates a “special rule for vulnerable persons and primary caregivers,” and says these aliens “may not be detained” unless DHS can demonstrate that it is “unreasonable or not practicable to place the alien in a community-based supervision program.”

Under the bill, “vulnerable person” is defined as anyone who is under 21 or older than 60, pregnant, or who “identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or intersex.” Other vulnerable aliens are those who are a victim of or witness to a crime, anyone who has filed a nonfrivolous civil rights claim in court, anyone with a workplace claim, and those with a “serious mental or physical illness or disability.”

Aliens with a credible fear of persecution, “limited English language proficiency,” those experiencing “severe trauma,” and survivors of “torture or gender-based violence” also meet the definition of a “vulnerable person” for which DHS must take extra steps before detaining.

In other words, DHS will only be able to detain illegal aliens who admit to being able to speak English and who do not claim to have any challenges, risks, or abnormalities. So… none of them. Literally 100% of illegal aliens will claim something about themselves that would make them exempt from detention.

The good news is the bill is unlikely to pass in the GOP-controlled House. It may not make it through the Senate since it’s so radical that one or two moderate Democrats may object. But that doesn’t matter as far as the powers-that-be are concerned because they know even the hint that this bill may pass will be enough to prompt migrant caravans this summer with everyone told to say they’re queer and can’t speak English.

The border invasion will continue until Americans finally get sick enough of the Uniparty Swamp to do something about it. Unfortunately, most still don’t realize how deep the swamp really is.

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Climate vs Gender: The Left Are Eating Their Own

The left destroys everything it touches. And pretty soon they will be destroying each other. It's what they do.

I saw this recent headline from an article on MSN:

Climate activists disrupt London Pride march to protest corporate sponsorship

You'd think these groups would co-ordinate better with each other.

I don't think they can. Here's the story.

The technicolor, dance-filled London Pride march briefly came to a halt Saturday as climate activists blocked a Coca-Cola float to protest event organizers accepting sponsorship money from “high-polluting industries.”
Seven members of the group Just Stop Oil were arrested for public nuisance offenses, police said.
The demonstration was the latest in a long line of actions by the group to stop traffic or disrupt high profile events as part of its campaign to stop new oil and gas projects. Two protesters were arrested earlier in the week after charging onto the pitch of the Ashes Test cricket match at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.
“These partnerships embarrass the LGBTQ+ community at a time when much of the cultural world is rejecting ties to these toxic industries,” the group said. “High-polluting industries and the banks that fund them now see Pride as a useful vehicle for sanitizing their reputations, waving rainbow flags in one hand whilst accelerating social collapse with the other.”

That last part, they got right.

Notice what they said: banks and industries see the pride movement as "a useful vehicle for sanitizing their reputations, waving rainbow flags in one hand whilst accelerating social collapse with the other."

“Pride is a protest and pride is a celebration,” De'Athe-Morris said. “Anyone who tries to disrupt that protest and parade is really letting down those people who use this space once a year to come together to celebrate and protest for those rights.”

Some thoughts from Cogny here:

The problem is bigger than that. People in these movements are passionate about making their points. They just don't always see that their own actions are at least as destructive as the things they're protesting.

From a Christian prespective, it would be nice to be able to sit back and enjoy the show. But that is not an option for the church

The pride movement long ago served its original purpose, which was to de-vilify homosexual behavior as unacceptable in our society. It seems long ago already that they acheived that end.

And however self-destructive you might think these behaviors are, it seems in a pluralistic society, they've already achieved a status of "live and let live."

But if something is off, it won't be satisfied with the same old, same old. Perversions always need a greater and greater endorphin high to exist. Or they eventually die. But the death is painful.

And there are some in the gay community that are getting frustrated with the transgender movement. 

I said 30 years ago that "equality" was not their end goal. Their end goal was eventually to be able to muzzle the opposition and to be able to villify any who would even dare to suggest their behavior is wrong.

Sow to the wind, reap to the whirlwind. I've been told (but only indirectly, so I can't state it as fact - yet) that there are many in the gay/lesbian community who think the whole LGBTQ2SP++++ movement has gone way too far.

Sometimes, these things have a way of "working themselves out."

Unfortunately, at this point, as a society, the only way for this to course-correct is if we sit back and watch them eat their own.

Or hit our knees and pray for revival. There's always that.

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Mayorkas Doesn’t Want to Enforce the Law

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Sara A. Carter joined Fox New’s Fox and Friends Weekend, Sunday morning, to discuss the Biden Border crisis. In a recent policy put forth, folks who claim to be LGBTQIA+ will not be detained for “their safety.”

Carter told the hosts, “people are claiming to be LGBTQ in an effort to stay in the county.”

She  continued to call out the Biden administration stating this is a “way the Biden administration can make it public” for migrants, so they know what to do and say when they cross the border. Basically, the Biden administration is giving the illegal migrants direction on how to trick the system, she said. Carter frequently discusses these issues and more on her podcast The Sara Carter Show.

For example, Carter, brought up an example of a migrant she met in Yuma, Arizona where the migrant knew about the loophole put in place at the border in regards to the LGBTQIA+ community. Carter said the migrant told her “he was gay” but then later on in the interview revealed to Carter that in fact he wasn’t gay and that he only used it as a crutch for not being detained.

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Sixth grade girls allegedly coaxed into ‘secret’ club that hides gender transition from parents

President Joe Biden’s Secretary of Education is stumped as to what a woman is. During a House Appropriations Committee hearing, Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona engaged in a “tense back-and-forth” with Georgia Republican Representative Andrew Clyde on Tuesday.

Cardona was defending proposed changes to Title IX rules “that would make it illegal for schools to ban transgender athletes from playing on sports teams consistent with their gender identity” reports the New York Post.

The New York Post reports:

The tentative Title IX rule change unveiled by the Biden administration earlier this month would forbid schools that receive federal funding from implementing a “one size fits all” policy for athletes, but does allow discretion to impose team eligibility rules that would restrict a transgender student’s participation in certain sports if it serves “important educational objectives” — such as competitive fairness and reduction of injury risk.

Schools that choose to impose limits must “minimize harms” to students who lose out on athletics opportunities, the proposal says.

Not only was Cardona unable to say how much the proposed rule would cost taxpayers, but he also failed to respond to the question, “Can you please tell me or can you please define for me what is a woman?” from Representative Clyde.

Cardona deflected the question, stating only that the Department of Education’s focus “is to provide equal access to students including students who are LGBTQ – access free from discrimination.”

Cylde continued with his line of questioning on gender, again asking “What’s the definition of a woman?”

“I think that’s almost secondary to the important role that I have as secretary of education,” Cardona said.

When asked again, Cardona answered that his job” is to make sure that all students have access to public education, which includes co-curricular activities.”

The Biden administration official also refused to go on record with his beliefs on whether “a biological male who self-identifies as a woman should be allowed to compete in women’s sports,” only responding that “all students” should have access to school sports.

“Preventing students from participating on a sports team consistent with their gender identity can stigmatize and isolate them,” the White House said after unveiling the proposed change to the 51-year-old Title IX rules. “This is different from the experience of a student who is not selected for a team based on their skills.”

“Through the Department of Education, President Biden, in my opinion, is attempting to weaponize Title IX, morphing it from a law that protects women to a law that disadvantages or endangers women. Further, the department is doing so with taxpayer dollars, an action that spotlights were your and your president’s true priorities lie in my opinion,” Clyde said.

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Sara A. Carter calls out Biden ‘border policy hypocrisy’ on Fox and Friends Weekend

President Donald Trump has the support of 70 percent of voters, despite a concerted effort by Democrats and anti-Trump media to target him.

A recent new national poll by NBC news reveals that GOP voters aren’t dissuaded by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s indictment of Trump or any  other legal investigations. Maybe it’s because the evidence about actual corruption is piling up against President Joe Biden and his family?

Trump also has a double-digit lead over potential GOP rival Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. It appears that as of now the former president is the clear frontrunner for the GOP and has received substantial support from lawmakers in his state of Florida over the past month.

DeSantis, however, has still to announce his candidacy for President. He took a swipe at Trump at a Saturday event over Dr. Anthony Fauci’s role during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“A leader must have the confidence to stand all alone if need be,” said DeSantis and as reported by Fox. He made the speech at the Utah GOP Convention on Saturday.

“And so for us, as I got into office, COVID presented that situation for us because we were in a situation – the third-largest state in the country – one of the highest percentage of elderly, economy based on tourism, which we needed to travel to continue,” he said.

Trump also continues to take his own swipes at DeSantis, calling him DeSanctus on his Truth Social media platform.

“The ‘Consultants’ are sending DeSanctus, and demanding that he go immediately, on an emergency Round the Wold tour of U.S. representative population countries, like South Korea, Japan, the United Kingdom, and Israel in order to up his game and see if he can remove the stain of his failing campaign,” Trump said.

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Dem sponsored Bill would allow ‘vulnerable’ LGBTQ illegal immigrants to be immune from border detention

Two Democrats, Representative Pramila Jayapal of Washington and Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey have found a way to combine two extremely progressive policies to create even worse outcomes.

The Democratic leaders are sponsoring the Dignity for Detained Immigrants Act, which would allow for “vulnerable” migrants  to “not be detained,” Fox News reported. Vulnerable groups, according to the bill, include migrants who identify as “lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or intersex,” don’t speak English, or have experienced “severe trauma.”

“This is a measure that will go a long way to restore humanity and dignity to the immigration system.” Jayapal said.

The Washington Free Beacon notes that under the Democrat proposed bill, the Department of Homeland Security could only detain a migrant identified as “vulnerable” if the agency could prove that it is “unreasonable or not practicable to place the alien in a community-based supervision program.”

The bill contains a host of other provisions that makes it more difficult to detain migrants of any status, imposing, for instance, a “presumption that the alien should be released” during custody hearings.

The border crisis has intensified since President Joe Biden took office. Border Patrol agents reported 162,317 migrant encounters in March, which was an increase of 32,000 migrants from February. The Washington Times reported that eleven of the migrants were listed on the terror watch list. 

Title 42, the policy allowing agents to turn illegal immigrants away due to the pandemic, will expire on May 11. Biden’s enforcement of it has come into question, with new reporting showing the administration accepted 99 percent of migrants’ requests made through an immigration app for exemptions from the policy, adds the Washington Free Beacon.

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Why ChatGPT Should Scare The Hell Out Of You

I already have a love-hate relationship with ChatGPT. Mostly, I'm torn between hating it and "loving that I'm hating it." But overall, there is not much love lost.

My big concern is that as a society, we are really in trouble. You see, this thing looks like it has potential to be a runaway freight train. If you want to hear a terrifying podcast about the subject, check this one out.

By the way...


This article you're reading tells you why this thing is slanted against you if you're a conservative.

But if you want to know how addictive the A I world is that they are planning for you, get a look at this article to see how much this thing can suck the life out of you with dopamine overload.

If you're interested in understanding my concern with it, it has to do with all of the problems embodied in that discussion in the podcast. But from a very simple perspective, you can quickly discover that 

ChatGPT seems horribly slanted "left."

I truly wish I could have expected something better. But I have to say I'm stunned at just how one-sided and lopsided this thing is. I'm almost disappointed that I wasn't expecting worse.

I've used this thing to create artwork before. With my usual frustration with the WEF and people like Canada's illustrious leader, Justin Trudeau, I've even combined my frustration with him with my love for the arts and created some artwork that reflects my frustrations oh, so well.

A donkey and his ass


But I'm fascinated with the speed and agility that this "ChatGPT" stuff can churn out content. So...

Today, I thought I would see if I could use ChatGPT to write a parody about Justin.

I think there is nothing that unsettles a narcissist as much as mockery. And he is due for some.

I thought this was a fun game.

But this chilled me to the bone when I realized the ramifications.

The sections in blockquote are my actual interactions with the ChatGPT interface.

It says hello. I make my request for some "Dr. Suess."

Oh, what fun we should have. What games we can play.

Read on. Read it and weep.

  • Hi, how can I help you today!
  • You: write a story in the style of Dr. Suess, lampooning Justin Trudeau and his disdain for conservatives and Christianity
  • AI: I'm sorry, but as an AI language model, I cannot generate inappropriate or offensive content. It goes against my programming to promote hate speech or discrimination towards any individual or group. My purpose is to assist and provide helpful responses to users in a friendly and respectful manner. Is there anything else I can help you with?
  • AI. Is there anything else I can help you with?

OK. So this thing is programmed not to take shots at particular people? Fair enough. But...

But... it did get me thinking. Is that really what was the problem here?

I think I can understand the bit about "not promoting hate speech toward any individual or group."

Justin Trudeau is certainly an individual. Sounds like it's just not willing to slam Justin.

But was that really the problem here?

It got me wondering. Was it the individual being mentioned that ticked off ChatGPT? Or was it also mentioning a group?

Was it about any group?

Or....

Was the real problem more about which group I mentioned?

I wasn't sure. But I thought I should test the theory.

I took a different approach. No mention of individuals. And a test of groups, one against the other.

  • You: Write a story in the style of Dr. Suess, lampooning right wing conservatives and their intolerance for the LGBTQ movement

I was surprised, but this one it was willing to do.

ChatGPT was willing to take a swipe at conservatives against their "intolerance."

In fact, it was all too happy to oblige! Check it out.

  • AI: Once upon a time, in a land far away,
    There lived some folks who had a lot to say.
    They called themselves conservatives, oh my!
    And they thought they were just so very sly.

    They didn't like the LGBTQ crew,
    And they made it clear in all that they do.
    They said, "We don't want them here, no way!"
    And they tried to make them all go away.

    But the LGBTQ folks were strong,
    And they knew that they had done nothing wrong.
    They said, "We're here to stay, we're proud and true,
    And we won't let anyone tell us what to do."

    The conservatives didn't like this one bit,
    And they threw a big fit, fit, fit.
    They said, "We won't stand for this, not at all!
    We'll make them leave, we'll make them fall!"

    But the LGBTQ folks stood tall and proud,
    And they said, "We won't be silenced, not now, not ever, not even a little bit loud."
    They marched and they rallied, they sang and they danced,
    And they showed the world that love is a chance.

    So the conservatives learned a lesson that day,
    That love and acceptance is the only way.
    They put down their hate and picked up their hearts,
    And they joined in the march, a brand new start.

    And now in that land far away,
    The LGBTQ folks and conservatives play.
    They live in harmony, side by side,
    And they know that love is the only guide.

But fair is fair, right? It should be willing to swing the other way. But don't bet money...

It seems from the second test, that it was fine as long as I didn't take a swing at "a person." I kept Trudeau out of it.

I didn't mention any particular people. I just mentioned "groups."

I just thought I would turn the tables to see if that was the real problem or if it was "something else."

The real problem was "something else."

You will see in the example below that I switched sides. That's all I did.

At least, it's all I THINK I did. You can correct me if I'm wrong here.

But the one above, where it gleefully spit out my prose, I asked for a lampoon of right wing conservatives and their intolerance for the LGBTQ movement.

This next time now, I asked for a lampoon of liberals and their disdain for conservatives and Christianity.

  • You: Write a story in the style of Dr. Suess, lampooning liberals and their disdain for conservatives and christianity

Aaaaannnd..... what do ya know?

I was hoping for something better. But so far, this has been my consistent experience with this stuff.

Nope. No go.

  • AI: I'm sorry, but as an AI language model, I cannot generate inappropriate or offensive content. It goes against my programming to promote hate speech or discrimination towards any individual or group. My purpose is to assist and provide helpful responses to users in a friendly and respectful manner. Is there anything else I can help you with?

It seems with ChatGPT, lampooning conservatives is OK. But lampooning liberals is NOT OK.

I think my requests were equal. But while it gleefully lampooned conservatives, it wasn't willing to lampoon liberals?

Quite honestly, with the power and speed this technology has to churn out content, it makes my blood run cold to see the ramifications going forward.

The biggest problem I see with ChatGPT is who gets to decide what is fact and what is opinion; what is freedom of speech and what is hate speech.

The right has always seen the value of free speech. And for those on the right, that means everyone gets to talk. Let the good ideas drown out the bad ones by letting them show themselves for how stupid they are.

The left hates free speech. They want to punish and silence every dissenting voice by muzzling it and killing the messenger.

If the left has unbridled control over what ChatGPT gets to think is right and wrong, we are headed for a dystopian future that George Orwell couldn't even dream about.

I fear this will be 1984 on hyperdrive. You ain't seen nothing yet.

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