Stephen King Says He has a ‘Tendency to Believe in Intelligent Design’

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
September 30, 2014

Stephen King is not a Jew and does not look Jewish.  Please do not write in the comments section that he is a Jew.
Stephen King is not a Jew and does not look Jewish. Please do not write in the comments section that he is a Jew.

Stephen King has again come out and stated his belief that life and the universe are not the result of some sort of weird accident.

The sci-fi and horror writer, who was one of my favorite paperback novelists when I was growing up – this is the case for most people, I’m sure, as the man really does a good job creating fun, entertaining and easily consumed stories – is not in any way religious, but has a both intelligent and unique mind, which allows him to question modern dogma.

During an appearance on HuffPo Live last week, King stated that it’s very unlikely that the Earth and its inhabitants are the result of a coincidence.

“The very construction of the world and the fact that we seem to be the only blue-populated planet in the universe — and we’ve been looking for quite a while now, at least since the late 50s — it makes you have to believe that if we happened by accident, it would make winning the lottery look like flipping a coin,” he told the liberal goofballs.

“It’s so complex,” he added. “So I have a tendency to believe in intelligent design.”

“I love the idea that there could be a power greater than myself that’s sort of writing the script,” he went on. “I try to live my life by saying that God may be watching out for me, but I still had better only cross when the little man turns white.”

The Dark Tower books were among my favorite King novels.  Also, The Stand, of course.
The Dark Tower books were among my favorite King novels. Also, The Stand, of course.

This follows statements made to NPR last year, when King explained that you basically have to be a borderline retard to believe that all of everything arranged itself in perfect order as a result of an accident.

“I choose to believe it. … I mean, there’s no downside to that,” he said. “If you say, ‘Well, OK, I don’t believe in God, there’s no evidence of God,’ then you’re missing the stars in the sky and you’re missing the sunrises and sunsets and you’re missing the fact that bees pollinate all these crops and keep us alive and the way that everything seems to work together.”

I hope more intelligent public figures come out and criticize the liberal dogma of atheism. Conversely, I hope Richard Dawkins finally breaks down and states the obvious conclusion of Darwinism, which is Blacks and other non-Whites are unevolved and thus subhuman and unfit to live in White society.  I think he is on the verge of doing it.

 

 

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