All one has to do in order to see that our world is plunging quickly into moral decay is to flip on the television and take a look at all of the sexual perversion that’s being celebrated by our culture.
In a world where homosexuality, transgenderism, bestiality, and pedophilia are growing in acceptance by the day, it shouldn’t be surprising that something as disturbing as sex robots would be a real thing our society needs to discuss, but yet, somehow, it still manages to shock.
What’s even more mind-blowing and stomach turning is that the widespread usage of such items has reached a level of popularity that has warranted conventions for these things where people go to congregate together over their shared love of this particular brand of sexual immorality.
However, this year’s conference has moved venues, due to fears that it would inspire attacks by radical Islamists.
The Daily Mail is reporting:
The Third International Congress in Love and Sex with Robots was due to be held at Goldsmiths university in London today.
The two-day event, which was held at the venue last year, has been moved to a secret locations for security reasons.
Extra security officers have been drafted in to patrol the new venue in north London.
Adrian David Cheok, co-founder of the conference and computer scientist, told the Daily Star Online that Malaysian police tipped him off about threats on the event.
He said: ‘The event was originally supposed to be held at Goldsmiths University.’
‘There were some threats that police had found from Muslim extremists. We took precautions because those groups are international.’
‘Robot sex is against the Muslim religion, it’s equated to homosexuality.’
This isn’t the first time this event has experienced trouble. Back in 2015, the convention was to be held in Malaysia, but the Chief of Police in Kuala Lumpur said it was “immoral” and threatened to throw the co-organizers in jail if the event went forward.
While the very notion of having a sexual relationship with a robot hits new levels of degeneracy, the topic of this year’s convention was set to take things to a whole new level. Apparently, according to Dr. David Levy, it’s a “guarantee” that humans will one day procreate — have babies — with robots, thanks in large part to stem cell research coupled with artificial chromosomes.
Dr. Levy went on to say this could happen within the next 100 years and that thanks to tissue nano transfection, a robot might be able to pass on its genetic code to it’s “offspring.”
Given that humanity has been corrupted by sin and the fall in Genesis three, how scary is it that mankind is attempting to “play God,” by trying to create life in ways that are unnatural? We can’t even create an efficient system for handing out driver’s licenses and somehow we’re supposed to handle the responsibility of creating and maintaining artificial life?
Let’s hope people come to their senses over this madness and sexual perversion and repent before the Lord.