There aren’t any Nazis any more

You’ve heard it tons of times. More than you can even count. Liberals have attacked Donald Trump, conservatives and Republicans and called them fascists, racists and Nazis. Coming from Eastern Europe I have a concept of who Adolph Hitler and the Nazis were which liberal people don’t know about.

First of all, we have to finally lay to rest the outlandish idea Adolph Hitler and the Nazis were Christian. They were not Christian in any sense of the word. Early on the Nazis courted the Roman Catholic vote to gain power, I mean, they were politicians trying to curry peoples’ votes. However, later on, the Nazis turned on the Christian church and sent pastors to prison because they wouldn’t support the Nazi party. Pastors such as Bonhoeffer and Niemoller are such examples of Protestant pastors who were imprisoned because they opposed Hitler and the Nazis. Martin Bormann, Hitler’s secretary even got Christian pastors into hot water simply by mentioning to Hitler that they had spoken out against him.

If anyone says that Hitler was a Christian, it means that that person has never read Hitler’s book “Mein Kampf”, or “My struggle” in English. Even though Hitler may refer to God, or even to man being created in God’s image, Hitler refers to Fate (capital F) at least a dozen more times. “As fate would have it” was a common phrase that he used. One has to realize that Hitler, like all of us was inconsistent in his thought and writing at times.

Hitler actually preferred the religion of the Japanese and the Muslims over against Christianity, which he thought to be a weak, purile, useless, religion, and scorned Jesus Christ because he thought Jesus was being weak when He suffered and died on the cross. We can see how he in a sense emulated Mohammed, who conquered the countries of the Middle East by conquering the different countries of Europe. In a sense, Hitler was Europe’s Mohammed in the middle of the twentieth century.

This being said, are there really any Nazis around anymore? Are they present in large enough numbers so as to be seriously reckoned with? Can somebody at all state with a straight face that Nazis are infesting our society all around us?

The Socialist party of Hungary a few years ago declared as one of their campaign pledges that they were going to de-Nazify the upper echelons of Hungarian politics. A complete joke if you consider that Hungary had been a Communist country for 40 years and all traces of Nazism had subsequently been erased.

At the Nuremberg trials in 1946 20 of the top Nazis in Germany were put on trial, including such men as Hermann Goering, the second man of the Reich, Albert Speer, in charge of architecture and armaments, and the top generals, such as Alfred Jodl. Only three were acquitted, based on insufficient evidence, and nine were hanged (Goering committed suicide before his execution). However, we must also add that other top Nazis were hunted down, captured, and brought before trial, such as Adolph Eichmann in Israel during the 1960’s. Furthermore, the two Germanies, East and West held their own de-Nazification trials after the second world war, and executed lower ranking Nazis. Some Nazis who were acquitted during Nuremberg were re-tried and executed because the Germans had more information than the Allies who organized and held the trials. Today Germany is a very liberal country, and has very responsibly done away with whatever Nazism it had in its past, and has reimbursed the Jewish people for the Holocaust.

Yet, maniacally the idea that Nazis are everywhere perpetrates liberals’ monologs against the right. Today there are neo-Nazis in several European countries, and also in the United States as well. There are also neo-Nazis in Hungary, too, but their numbers are extremely low. There was an incidence when Hungary was celebrating March 15 (like July 4 in the US) at Kossuth square, the main square in Budapest, the capital of Hungary, in the 1990’s. I witnessed two columns of young men march past silently. It was obvious from their clothing that they were neo-Nazis. It was obvious from the expression on their face to me that they didn’t know what they were doing and why they were there. They looked lost. The whole incident took a minute as they marched past. Then everybody resumed what they were doing.

Bottom line is that neo-Nazis are nobodies. There are only a couple hundred of them in Hungary. People make fun of them, and call them skinheads. They even have a saying for them in Hungarian: “Tobb haj, mint esz” – more hair than brains. Neo-Nazis have been banished forever to the status of being something like a UFO-cult. There virtually aren’t any Nazis any more around us, so with that the hyper-active left can simply calm down and we can all move on and make America great again.

Thank you.

Make America Great Again! Trump 2020

During the 2016 primaries I was a Cruz supporter. I was a bit suspicious of Trump, maybe because he had supported Clinton before (although I realize Trump broadly supported a lot of people). I supported Cruz because of his supposed evangelical beliefs.

I was pleasantly surprised after Trump won the election. To me, he may have a rough exterior, but on the inside I think he truly wants to help make America great again. I am a discerning voter, and I do not go with everything he says and does, but importantly, Trump is a man who you can work with and make deals with.

These are the reasons I think Trump makes for a good president:

  • Trump annulled the mandatory health care insurance imposed by ObamaCare
  • Trump is standing up to our foreign enemies, as in the Middle East
  • Trump has taken steps to build the wall on the southern border (although another solution would be local militias)
  • Trump supports the church and our military
  • The Johnson amendment was greatly eased, but it could have been abolished altogether
  • Trump believes disabled children (Down’s syndrome babies) should have a right to life (even from conception, too)
  • Trump supports monolingualism (should be made de jure)
  • Trump supports gun rights and the Second Ammendment
  • Trump wants to lower our taxes
  • Trump has also done a lot to increase the number of jobs in this country
  • Trump took steps to force North Korea to become less aggressive using peaceful measures

What I also found positive is that Trump doesn’t accept a salary for working as president. Things are looking up after a disastrous eight years of Obamunism. Thanks to our president, and let’s all keep working hard to make America great again!

Democratic socialism is NOT the way to go!

Recently the Democratic party has just taken a more extreme step leftwards by espousing democratic socialism, a brand of politics espoused by certain Western European countries, such as France and Germany. Many young people are also calling for a Marxist revolution in this country, for a full-scale socialization of American society.

As a dual citizen who has lived in a former Communist country for eighteen years, and who knows about the devastation and destruction that Communism has caused in the nation of Hungary, I cannot idly stand by and watch as these young people actively promote a destructive and failed ideology. One thing is that these young people do not have a life history of their own to look back on. Another thing is that they have never ever lived in a socialist country themselves, so therefore they are oblivious to the destruction that they want to unleash upon their own country. It would be wise of them to stop and listen to someone who has had some experience in living under real socialism.

My name is Dr. Matthew Cserhati. I am 39 years old, and spent 18 years of my life in Hungary, from 1993 to 2011.

Let me characterize what Hungary was like after the fall of Communism in 1990. The buildings were old and dilapidated. The paint on the inside and the outside of some of the buildings were falling off. I remember attending a church service one time, and the paint started falling off of the walls on the inside of the church as though it was snow. It was a bit embarrassing. Elevators were decades old and some of them were pretty creaky. Half of the populace didn’t have a car, so people either had to take the tram or bus or commute by train. The tram could get really bumpy at times; sometimes people got rid of their kidney stones by riding these trams, they were so bumpy. During Communism they made poor quality Trabants, according to one anecdote one such car hit a post at low speed and fell apart. Train cars were covered in graffiti and grime. Some of the seats were ripped up so that the stuffing came out. Sometimes the heating didn’t work, which was a pain in the winter. Sometimes the doors were jammed open. The bathrooms in these train cars reeked from urine. Sometimes there was no soap or flowing water to wash your hands with. Hungary wasn’t even able to afford construction of its own subway cars. They had to be imported from the Soviet Union, with Cyrillic letters on them. Highway and metro infrastructure were sparser than in well-to-do Western countries. Comparing a highway map of Germany to that of Hungary shows that German cities were much, much better connected than the four (incomplete) highways connecting Budapest to four other major cities. Compared to other Eastern European countries Hungary was one of the mot well-to-do countries, but still lagged behind Western European countries, such as Austria by several decades. Highway infrastructure was even worse in Romania. In some Romanian villages houses didn’t even have toilets, you had to go to the outhouse in the back to do your business. In Communism the philosophy was to do away with private property and make everything common. In theory this may sound nice. However, this led to a large number of thefts at the workplace. People reasoned that, if everything belongs to everybody, then obviously I can take anything, since it also belongs to me. This is in reality a form of tyranny where the government puts to use your hard-earned money that you yourself earned. According to Abraham Lincoln, the man who grew the corn ought also to eat the corn.

After Communism, Hungary had a Socialist government for 12 years, from 1994 to 1998, and from 2002 to 2010. What happened during this time is that while it is true that the Socialists raised wages, people had to take the double whammy of higher taxes and also higher prices. To use a Hungarian figure of speech, what you gain at the port, you loose at the customs. Double-time. Not many commodities were available in the country. Many elderly people were even starting to starve, at times they didn’t even have enough money to purchase their daily bread. Health care was abysmal. Even though it was covered by insurance, there were months long waiting lines for even standard treatments. In order to get a more complicated procedure done, you had to go either to Bratislava or Vienna (a Western, non-Communist country) to get it done. Hungarian science and technology was also lagging in development. Hungary wasn’t able to do any leading science, but was relegated to “follow-up” science. For example, Hungary wasn’t even able to implement Next Generation Sequencing for a decade after this technology was first used in Western, capitalist countries. Socialism was so disastrous that by 2010, the Hungarian treasury had less money in it than at the end of Communism. Hungary went from having a leading Eastern European economy to one of the worst economies after eight years. Germany, a leading nation in the European Union was constantly upset with Hungary for constantly having to bail us out. This led to the landslide parliamentary election where the Civic party (FIDESZ) and the Christian Democrats won a landslide victory and a two-thirds majority in the Parliament.

Socialism is not the answer.

Vote Republican.

Vote Trump in 2020 and make America great again.

Letter to Brett Kavanaugh – overturn Roe vs Wade

Dear Justice Brett Kavanaugh,

Congratulations on your being affirmed as the 114th Supreme Court justice of the United States of America. I find the smear campaign that the left launched against you absolutely appalling, detestable, and deplorable.

We are at a historic juncture in history. With a 5-4 majority of conservatives on the Supreme Court we now have the opportunity to make history. This does not bear repeating. We now have the opportunity to undo the present deep tide of liberalism which is destroying this country bit by bit. We have a golden opportunity in our very hands to save the lives of millions of unborn babies. It is time to stop the senseless killing.

Some people claim that we cannot legislate morality. But, the fact of the matter is that at present we do exactly that. If were not to legislate morality, then we would have to do away with all of the laws in the country. We would have to be antinomian. In that case literally, all hell would break loose.

During World War II the United States would have done anything to stop a war which cost the lives of millions of people. Yet the number of innocent babies slaughtered by abortion over the course of 44 years is greater than the number of American soldiers lost in the American Revolution, the war of 1812, the Civil War, World War I, World War II, the Korean war, the war in Vietnam, Gulf war I and Gulf War II combined. Roe vs Wade has made it more dangerous to be in the womb than on the battlefield.

Just imagine – without abortion, today there would be half a billion Americans instead of only 325 million.

When will the killing end? How much longer will this total depravity be allowed to continue? Roe vs Wade must be overturned!

God has put you in a special place to help stop this continuous, senseless killing. Remember the words of Scripture from Esther 4:13-14:

And Mordecai told them to answer Esther: “Do not think in your heart that you will escape in the king’s palace any more than all the other Jews. For if you remain completely silent at this time, relief and deliverance will arise for the Jews from another place, but you and your father’s house will perish. Yet who knows whether you have come to the kingdom for such a time as this?”

In these verses we read about Haman’s plot to destroy the Jewish people. Mordecai the Jew, the relative of queen Esther got wind of this plot and notified the queen. Esther, herself also a Jew was in a very special position to stop this evil conspiracy. She had the king’s ear and certainly could have interceded for her own people. Mordecai urges queen Esther to intercede for her people, since this is a one in a lifetime possibility to save her people from destruction. Note that Mordecai warns Esther that if she remains silent, God is powerful to save the Jews in any way He wants, but Esther and her house will perish.

Judge Kavanaugh – you are in the position of queen Esther. The situation cannot be more clear. With a majority vote the conservatives on the Supreme Court could vote to overturn Roe vs Wade and stop the killing. It is a golden opportunity, and a great responsibility. If you do not overturn Roe vs Wade think of what God will ask you, why you did not do so on Judgement day when you had the chance.

Do what is right. The Lord calls.

Remember the millions of aborted babies.

Stop the killing, and overturn Roe vs Wade.

God bless you,

Dr. Matthew Cserhati

Creationism is, in fact science

Article on creation science posted July 22, 2018 in the San Antonio Express-News:

Re: “As logic, science come under attack, push back with facts,” Another View by John Blanton, Feb. 11:

John Blanton, a member of the Freethinkers Association of Central Texas, paints what he calls religious people as opponents of reason and free thought. Specifically, he cites creationists on a wide spectrum challenging established science.

First of all, it is a well-known fact that science did not begin with Darwin, whose 209th birthday was being celebrated by FACT. Rather, science has its origin within the Christian church, with the command from God to “be fruitful and multiply; fill the earth and subdue it; have dominion over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, and over every living thing that moves on the earth” (Genesis 1:28). In order to subdue nature, one must understand it — hence the biblical injunction to pursue science.

Second of all, because it cannot be directly observed or verified, macro-level evolution cannot be considered to be a fact, however strong FACT would insist that it is. Explanations are offered only as to how species could have evolved. Lacking is the exact, precise demonstration that organisms did evolve. Thus evolution is only a theory.

Furthermore, it should never be a crime to question the authority of a well-nigh monolithic theory, which thousands of Ph.D.-level scientists such as I call into question based on scientific evidence. Blanton should remember that in 1925 the American Civil Liberties Union argued for equal representation of evolutionary theory during the Scopes trial, to which he referred. One voice openly questioning evolutionary theory should become millions, since half the population of the United States doesn’t accept evolution. An open public debate between creationism and evolution leads to more healthy science. Offering always only one side of the story leads to bad science and bad explanations.

Blanton cannot see the forest because of the trees. Blanton’s religion is materialistic naturalism, stemming from Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s idea that nature is everything that was, is and ever shall be, purposefully excluding God and the divine from the grand picture a priori. How can you be open-minded if you’re willing to consider only one line of explanation? Taken to the logical extreme, skeptics must doubt everything. Thus, truly, like Descartes they know next nothing. But God knows everything.

Creationism is scientific. Atheists acknowledge the fact that why the universe came into existence is a metaphysical question. Thus whether the universe came about either through natural or supernatural means is an open question. Therefore, since the origin of the universe has not been observed by a human eye, it is certainly possible that God created it. And, in such a supernaturally created world, it is possible to pursue origins science. Creationism doesn’t claim to be privy to the supernatural process of divine creation. Rather, creation science studies the handiwork of God’s creative acts. God created, therefore, let us examine the created world.

It is a well-known fact that thousands of so-called living fossils exist all over the world, resisting change over long periods of time. Taxonomists have discovered and studied millions of species, which all cluster into disjunct kinds that are spoken of in Genesis 1:21. Missing links are still missing. The scientific literature is chock-full of examples of genetic structures being “evolutionarily conserved,” an oxymoron if there ever was one. Genome reduction in organisms is so pervasive that researchers Yuri Wolf and Eugene Koonin in 2013 devised the biphasic model of genomic evolution whereby the genomes of organisms undergo initial rapid (miraculous) complexification, followed by gradual genome reduction, which is itself contrary to evolution.

Thus instead of trying to extinguish other opinions and points of view, so-called freethinkers should allow them to flourish.

Matthew Cserhati is a bioinformatics programmer living in San Antonio. He has a doctorate in biology and a bachelor’s degree in computer science. He has been active in the creation/evolution debate for 17 years and has presented on this subject numerous times.

Response to senator Chambers speech in Nebraska Capitol Building, December 2015

Senator Chambers,

On December 20, 2015, you gave a 25 minute speech at the beginning of the Reason this Season display in the Nebraska Capitol Building. This speech was so filled with mischaracterization and lies against Christians that someone must give a proper response to it, especially since you claim to be knowledgeable of the religion that you attacked and the over one billion people you maligned who claim to be Christian. It is profound and remarkable that you hardly said anything in support of reason and rationalism, but rather attacked the Christian religion and Christians in general during your speech. It appears that you really are not an atheist or a freethinker, but rather an anti-Christian. It seems then, that atheism offers so little that it is almost entirely exhausted by criticizing theistic religions.

Christians cannot and will not keep their religion within the confines of their own homes. To force them to do so would be the same as making them deny their faith. The state cannot define a person’s faith for him. Proselytization should be allowed, since it is a part of a person’s religion. Christians aren’t forcing others to accept their beliefs. In the Gospel of Luke, chapter 9, verses 52-56 we read about how Jesus rebukes His disciples for asking Him to destroy a village of unbelieving people who rejected their message.

I suggest that in similar public appearances you dress more formally. Even the poor in Victorian England strived to be respectable, and cleanly, and made an effort to have at least one set of nice clothes that they could wear to more formal gatherings.

You also managed to get basic facts wrong, and should have known better, since you claimed to have researched the things he was talking about. You claim that that the “white-oriented” people just looked on as Jesus Christ suffered on His way to Golgotha, while He was carrying His cross. Jesus was crucified by the Pharisees because He claimed to be the Son of God, not because of His skin color. Jesus was also a rabbi just like the Pharisees. You even got basic anthropology wrong, because you should know that people in the Middle East aren’t exactly of white complexion. It is also highly questionable as to where you got the idea that Simon of Cyrene, the man who helped Jesus carry His cross was black.

It is all the more surprising that you, an African American would support evolutionary theory and claim that men came from monkeys. This is because historically according to evolutionary theories, the earliest forms of humans come from Africa (the out of Africa theory), meaning that other races would be more developed compared to black people. For example, because of evolutionary ideas about the origin of man, Ota Benga, a man from Congo was put on exhibit in the Bronx zoo as a specimen of early human evolution. I don’t think you would ever savor such an idea.

Many scientific facts contradict human evolution. For example, there are simply not enough hominid remains to bear out the idea that humans were evolving for millions of years. The fossil Lucy has been shown to be a chimpanzee. Modern humans, Neanderthals and Denisovans have also been shown to have interbred, with a large portion of their genomes in common (humans having received 5% of their genome from Denisova). Fossils exist which show both human and Neanderthal characteristics. In fact, the skull capacity of Neanderthal is larger than that of modern human.

You also ridiculed the theologians from the Middle Ages because they argued about how many angels could fit onto the head of a pin. If you would have done your homework properly, you would have known that this was only a mock-question for practicing how to debate, sort of like having schoolchildren learn the multiplication table so that they can use it later in life during their careers as adults.

However, one of your most heinous statements that you said during your speech was that Christian “preachers are the biggest liars”, and that “Christians are notorious liars”. What would Americans think if a white male politician said that African Americans, or women, or Muslims were notorious liars? They’d be branded as racist pigs and their careers would be damaged beyond repair. Psychological analysis shows that every person makes untruthful comments at least a couple dozen times a day. Therefore you cannot just single out Christians calling them liars en masse.

Your attack on the Christian Trinity is also a straw man. Christianity states that there is one God (James 2:19). But at the same time, God is three persons and one substance. You could have easily read about this in any number of theology books, or in the Nicene or Athanasian Creed. Jesus commands His disciples to baptize people in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit (Matthew 28:19). One name, three persons, one Trinity. God is infinite, and as such, we cannot even attempt to grasp God, as finite creatures. Your error in attacking the Trinity is that you anthropomorphizes God, Who is not human. Jesus Christ was fully man and fully God, that is why He as a man was separated from the Father, when He cried out as to why the Father had forsaken Him. Since He was also fully God, that is why death had no power over Him when He died, but since He committed His spirit to the Father of life, that is where He went right after His death.

As an atheist, you deny the existence of God whom you have not seen with your own eyes, despite the very fact that Jesus Christ, the Son of God, one with the Father walked on this earth among men, which is all the proof that atheists demand for the existence of God. On the same note we can deny the existence of atoms since we have not [nor even cannot] seen them with our own eyes.

You also decry God justly punishing sinful people for rebelling against Him, killing babies, yet you are pro-abortion, and uphold the wholesale murder of millions of unborn babies. This is just sheer hypocrisy at its worst. If you believe that God does not exist, then ultimately there are no values, no morals, no laws, no absolute truth, and death is just a neutral factor in the grand scheme of life.

You also brought up an example of a political science assistant at Wheaton College, a Christian university. He was suspended for supposedly showing solidarity with oppressed Muslims, and that he claimed that Allah, the god of Islam was the same as the God of the Bible. You should know very well, that if somebody wishes to work at a Christian institution, he is very likely obligated to ascribe to a statement of faith. Only Roman Catholics are allowed to work within the Vatican, for example. This is only common sense and completely acceptable. If you do not believe the same thing that others do in the same church that you go to, then you are perfectly free to go elsewhere where people believe the same thing that you do? You should not attempt to define the religion of the people at Wheaton College for them. We must separate the state from the church!

It is a shame that you gave such a speech in a public place such as the Nebraska State Capitol Building, and therefore you owe a public apology to all Christians that you smeared as being liars.

I do hope that you will consider these things.

Regards,

Dr. Matthew Cserhati