Humanism is a movement of philosophy and ethics that emphasizes the value and agency of human beings, individually and collectively, and generally prefers individual thought and evidence (rationalism, empiricism) over established doctrine or faith (fideism). The term humanism can be ambiguously diverse, and there has been a persistent confusion between several related uses of the term because different intellectual movements have identified with it over time. In philosophy and social science, humanism refers to a perspective that affirms some notion of a "human nature" (contrasted with anti-humanism). In modern times, many humanist movements have become strongly aligned with secularism, with the term Humanism often used as a byword for non-theistic beliefs about ideas such as meaning and purpose; however, many early humanists, such as Ulrich von Hutten, a strong supporter of Martin Luther and the Reformation, were religious.
It is said that the Devil's greatest trick was to make humanity believe that he did not exist. In truth, it is much more sinister, as his greatest trick was to make humanity believe that nothing supernatural existed and that Humanity in its God-like "wisdom" was the only thing that mattered. The engine of this movement was Humanism.
While Christians battled against the various enemies of Christ, the Islamics, the Satanists, the pagans, the Mormons, and the various other heresies, starting with the Arians, the Devil was created a much greater threat to humanity. He did this by moving through humanity itself.
By separating man from the supernatural and giving man the great judgement of light and darkness, the Devil assured that humanity would choose first and foremost the darkness. Humanity chooses darkness, not because humanity by its nature is evil, but because evil is easier, and humanity by its nature is lazy.
As such, from its first foundation in the Italian Renaissance and its growth in the Enlightenment, to the great grip and rapid spread in the 1900s and 2000s, Humanism was behind the Robespierrian French Revolution and the Great Terror that was to follow. Humanism lead directly to many tenets of Marxism, all three of its great branches: Communism, Fascism and Capitalism, and the mass murder of over 100 million in wars of genocide and over 300 million in the form of the murder of the unborn.
Homo homini deus est ("Man is a god to man" or "god is nothing other than man to himself"), Ludwig Feuerbach. ibid, p 28
In 1933 the first Humanist Manifesto, was formalized at the University of Chicago. It identified humanism as an ideology espousing reason, ethics, and justice. However, it specifically rejecting the divine and traditional religious ideas as a basis of morality and decision-making and in so doing, made sure that it was the perfect tool of Satan.
We believe that traditional dogmatic or authoritarian religions that place revelation, God,
ritual or creed above human needs and experience do a disservice to the human
species. As non-theists, we begin with humans not God, nature not deity. While there is
much we do not know, humans are responsible for what we are or will become. No deity
will save us; we must save ourselves. Humanist Manifesto
Promises of immortal salvation or fear of eternal damnation are both illusory and harmful. Humanist Manifesto
For if there are God given rights and responsibilities upon which great nations are based, once that foundation is taken away, it then becomes only a basis on the whims of men, or rather some men, who give and take away at will these rights of their fellow men.
Ethics is autonomous and situational, needing no ideological sanction. Humanist Manifesto
That Humanism has taken such a deep deep root in America should be no surprise, as the Masionic Empire and its Creative Destruction cycles are an easy breeding ground for these radical theories and anti-traditional and anti-religious approaches. That then these same groups seek to create revolutions and establish radical regimes in the more religious states, such as Russia, Germany and Italy, should again, not surprise anyone.
So, to those who still have faith in God in America and Europe, understand: the humanists have control over your society and your culture and its morality. They are the fertile ground from which more radical and authoritarian regimes of evil will arise. And all are doing the work of the Devil.
God save you all.