Essay: Andy Schlafly, Phyllis Schlafly and the Amish. All they do is win against secular leftists (Rap song)

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Why Gen Z Is Ditching The Girlboss For The Tradwife, The Federalist, 2024. See also: Traditional gender roles are making a comeback

The tradwives are winning! Another glorious victory by Phyllis Schlafly! First she defeated the Equal Rights Amendment and now this! As much as I hate to do it, on behalf of all Christian traditionalists, I hereby declare total victory!

Amish for Trump picture.

Former President Donald Trump’s lead on President Joe Biden increased over the last month in a hypothetical matchup, an Emerson College Polling survey released Friday found.[1]

According to the survey, 44 percent choose Trump in a hypothetical 2024 presidential matchup, compared to 39 percent who said the same for Biden.

On July 3, 2022, Fortune magazine published the article Bond-holders look to recession for salvation after vicious half: End of 2022 ‘shouldn’t be as ugly as the front half of the year, but it won’t be pretty’[2] And Fortune magazine is one of the more optimistic economic forecasters!

Unfortunately for Joe Biden and the Democrats, many voters vote with their pocketbooks.

Before reading this essay, please read the article: The key differences between RationalWiki and the Amish

Also, please read the essays The seven profound differences between Phyllis Schlafly and RationalWikians and The difference between Andrew Schlafly and RationalWikians

Recently, the socially conservative Andy Schlafly has been adding content about the Amish in America. Why has Andy Schlafly become such an American Amish aficionado?

Is it due to the Amish community's beautiful handcrafted furniture? Is due to their gorgeous handmade quilts? Is it due to their tasty fudge? While these are quite wonderful, there is one thing that Andy loves above all else about the Amish. It is because the Amish are social conservatives who are also Bible believers.

How socially conservative are the Amish? The Amish are a pretty darn socially conservative and Bible-believing bunch. On a scale from 1 to 10, where 10 is the most socially conservative, the Amish easily score a perfect 10. And the icing on the conservative cake is that they are Bible believers who have won U.S. Supreme Court cases against liberal Minnesotans and Franklin Delano Roosevelt's crowning liberal achievement which is the Social Security program (see: Mast v. Fillmore County which is Minnesota environmental-related case and United States v. Lee which was a case involving the Social Security program.).

Andy Schlafly recently made the below additions to Conservapedia's Amish article and the additions are bolded for emphasis:

The Amish are the fastest growing religion in the United States, doubling every 20 years.[3] The Amish population is growing so fast that each year some families move out to acquire more farmland. They are highly successful financially and morally. By 2050 the Amish are expected to attain 1 million in total population in the United States, and by 2222 the Amish could be the majority in the U.S.[4]

In the last footnote, Andy Schlafly wrote above: "By doubling its population every 20 years, the Amish population would increase by 1024 times in 200 years."

Professor Eric Kaufmann, Birkbeck College, University of London, specializes on how demographics affects religion/irreligion/politics.

Steve Turley wrote:

According to a recent a demographic study by University of London Professor Eric Kaufmann, there is a significant demographic deficit between secularists and conservative religionists. For example, in the U.S., while self-identified secular women averaged only 1.5 children per couple in 2002, conservative evangelical women averaged 2 to 3 children per couple, which amounts to a 28 percent fertility advantage. Now Kaufmann notices that this demographic deficit has dramatic effects over time. In a population evenly divided, these numbers indicate that conservative evangelicals would increase from 50 to 62.5 percent of the population in a single generation. In two generations, their number would increase to 73.5 percent, and over the course of 200 years, they would represent 99.4 percent.

Kaufmann noticed further that the more religiously conservative, the more children. For example, the Amish double in population every twenty years, and are projected to number over a million in the U.S. and Canada in just a few decades. We're seeing a similar trend among Mormons, who have averaged a 40 percent growth per decade, which means that by the end of the century, there will be as many as 300 million Mormons in the world, or six percent of the world's population. And note: Mormons vote overwhelmingly Republican.

Now in stark contrast to all of this, Kaufmann's data projects that secularists consistently exemplify a low fertility rate of around 1.5 percent per couple, which is significantly below the replacement level of 2.1 percent. And so he sees a steady decline of secular populations after 2030 or 2050 to potentially no more than a mere 14 to 15 percent of the American population. He notices that similar projections apply to Europe as well.[5]

In 2012, Kaufmann wrote:

In the United States, they manage 1.5, considerably lower than the national 2.1. This disadvantage is not enough to prevent religious decline in much of Europe and America today, but secularism must run to stand still. Since the history of religious decline in Europe suggests that secularization rates tend to drop over time, this portends the end of secularization. Projections I recently published with Skirbekk and Goujon in the journal Sociology of Religion show secularism losing momentum and beginning to decline in both Europe and America by 2050, largely because of low fertility and religious immigration.[6]
"By the end of the century, three quarters of America may be pro-life. Their activism will leap over the borders of the 'Redeemer Nation' to evangelize the world. Already, the rise of the World Congress of Families has launched a global religious right, its arms stretching across the bloody lines of the War on Terror to embrace the entire Abrahamic family." - Eric Kaufmann, his 2010 book Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth?[1]

Kaufmann wrote about irreligion/irreligion and the culture war in America:

High evangelical fertility rates more than compensated for losses to liberal Protestant sects during the twentieth century. In recent decades, white secularism has surged, but Latino and Asian religious immigration has taken up the slack, keeping secularism at bay. Across denominations, the fertility advantage of religious fundamentalists of all colours is significant and growing. After 2020, their demographic weight will begin to tip the balance in the culture wars towards the conservative side, ramping up pressure on hot-button issues such as abortion. By the end of the century, three quarters of America may be pro-life. Their activism will leap over the borders of the 'Redeemer Nation' to evangelize the world. Already, the rise of the World Congress of Families has launched a global religious right, its arms stretching across the bloody lines of the War on Terror to embrace the entire Abrahamic family.[7]

Kaufmann, who is an agnostic, wrote about the higher fertility rate of the religious right, "Furthermore, the demography of the nation suggests that God may ultimately be on the side of the Religious Right."[8]

On July 24, 2019, due to religious immigration to the United States and the higher fertility rate of religious people, Eric Kaufmann wrote in an article entitled Why Is Secularization Likely to Stall in America by 2050? A Response to Laurie DeRose: "Overall, the picture suggests that the U.S. will continue to secularize in the coming decades. However, a combination of religious immigration, immigrant religious retention, slowing religious decline due to a rising prevalence of believers among the affiliated, and higher native religious birth rates will result in a plateauing of secularizing trends by mid-century." [9]

Darel E. Paul wrote at the First Things website:

Even without demographic models, survey data since the 1970s show that the percentage of Americans with a “strong” religious affiliation has not declined at all; it is the “weak” that have turned into “nones.” Moreover, immigration brings primarily religious people from the Global South into the Global North. In his earlier book, Kaufmann predicted that America’s secular high-water mark will occur around 2030; in Western Europe, no later than 2070. In Kaufmann’s view, religious identity will largely overpower ethnic identity a century hence, “with seculars and moderates of all backgrounds lining up against the fundamentalist sects.”[10]

Pew Research survey data indicates that the percentage of atheists in the United States has remained at 4% from 2015 to July 2019.[11]

For more information, please read:

Amish Population Explosion GUARANTEES a More Conservative World

Traditional gender roles are making a comeback

2024: Why Gen Z Is Ditching The Girlboss For The Tradwife, The Federalist

In 2017, The University of Michigan and The University of Texas at Austin conducted a multipart study that found that young people today are more likely to believe a man should be the head of the household than previous generations were.[2]

The Yorkshire Building Society conducted a survey asking men what they valued most in a spouse. Their answers could be taken from a 1950’s home economics book. The top three answers are as follows;

  • 44% of men said taking care of the home was the most important
  • 39% of men value cooking skills
  • 33% of men value cleaning skills[3]

Andy Schafly, Phyllis Schafly and the Amish. All they do is win against secular leftists rap song

See also: RationalWiki theme song

Amy Coney Barrett is a conservative U.S. Supreme Court judge.

Imagine when there's no future secular leftist U.S. Supreme Court judges. It's easy if you try.

No feminists SCOTUS judges lording their authority over us. Above us, God's very beautiful sky.

Imagine all the conservative peoples, building many church steeples.

These lyrics are so much better than the godless John Lennon's song Imagine which imagines a far-fetched secular leftist utopia! The lyrics are so much more realistic!
  • In 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court conservative judges have been racking up a whole lot of wins
  • It has been causin' a lot of liberal judges' legal precedent cave-ins.



  • As Jacob Yoder walks through the valley where he harvests his grain
  • He takes a look at his wife and realizes she's very plain
  • But that's just perfect for an Amish like he
  • You know, he shuns fancy things like electricity


  • The American Amish are very fruitful and multiply
  • By 2222 Andy Schlafly projects their number could be sky high
  • By God, by 2022 the American Amish could be the majority
  • And in 2022 the secular leftists could be an exceedingly small minority


  • Imagine when there's no future secular leftist U.S. Supreme Court judges. It's easy if you try
  • No feminists SCOTUS judges lording their authority over us. Above us, God's very beautiful sky.
  • Imagine all the conservative peoples, building many church steeples.


  • Our conservative descendants will be spending all of their 22nd-century lives, living in an Amish paradise.


  • The Schlafly family and the Amish, all they do is win, win, win no matter what
  • Got social conservatism on their mind, they can never get enough
  • And every time they step up in the Capitol building
  • Their hands go up
  • And they keep staying there, and they keep staying there
  • And they keep staying there, up, down, up, down, up, down
  • Cause all they do is win, win, win
  • And if you going in put your conservative fans' hands in the air, make 'em stay there!


Imagine all the conservative peoples, building many church steeples.
  • We're in our conservative country club. We're all members of the Donald Trump fanclub.
  • We're looking forward to the 2024 Trumpslide. We're goin' to whup some liberal, political backside!
  • In 2222, conservatives will rejoice. Total victory over so-called "pro-choice"!
  • Our conservative descendants will be spending all of their 22nd-century lives, living in an Amish paradise.


  • RationalWikians are totally broke.
  • Donald Trump's political PAC overflows and it aint' no joke.
  • Andy Schlafly picked the right college majors. RationalWikians picked the worst college majors.
  • RationalMedia Foundation empty bank account. Very hard to surmount.
  • Woke RationalWikians broke. Woke. Broke. Woke. Broke. Woke. Broke. Woo!
  • Amish build their own houses and have handmade furnitures. RationalWikians are broke and are not God worshippers.
  • RationalWikians, why can't you be more like the Amish? The feelings of victory you would get would totally astonish.
  • RationalWikians, it's time to wear Amish beardos instead of being such pansie weirdos.


  • User: Conservative says RationalWikians thought they could live without my web content and without me, but they couldn't live without some controversy instead of bowing down to their LeftyGreenMario queen bee.
  • RationalWikians feel so empty without my web content and without me. Deep down every RationalWikian wants to be a secular leftist, wiki, prison escapee.
  • RationalWikiansm, why you keep lookin' at Conservapedia? Are you tired of the lies of mainstream media?
  • RationalWiki babies don't fight with each other so much and fuss and cry, maybe someday I will sing you a lullaby.
  • It's time for all RationalWikians to face the fact that without User: Conservative you wouldn't have created your website. Maybe someday you all will see this with more hindsight.


"The hostility I am getting over this question is unbelievable...It's like..picture this...

Atheism is a clown and it didn't know it. And then I got the clown and I walked it over...I forced it to look itself in the mirror. And it sees itself in all its red hair, big nose, big shoes, polka dot glory." - Christian YouTube video producer Shockofgod [12]

For more information, please see: Atheism is a clown and it did not know it
  • RationalWikians, I look at Similarweb. It says RationalWikians often visit Conservapedia because you are still caught in my evangelical, slightly to the politically right-of-center spiderweb.
  • LeftyGreenMario tells GrammarCommie to unblock himself and contribute to the community. LeftyGreemMario tells GrammarCommie to stop acting like a contentious loony. Or GrammarCommie will become a locked out gooney.[13] GrammarCommie needs straightenin'. Straightenin'. Woo! A whole lotta straightenin', yeah straight. Straightenin', straightenin'. Woo! Straightenin', yeah straight.



  • Why is Merician so bitter? Did he get it from Twitter?
  • He is so bitter it is a sidesplitter. He is clearly not a big hitter.
  • Mercian wants to be an ignorant secular. He does not like a questioner.
  • Why does Mercian try to be a true believer in abiogenesis? Is it because he tries to be far too credulous?
  • ScienceDaily.com says research shows belief in evolution boils down to a gut feeling.[14] That is very unappealing and revealing. What are evolutionists concealing? Are they double-dealing?
  • Mercian, did I strike some nerves? Did I give facts and figures with some wit as d'oeuvres?
  • The dog that gets hit with the stone makes the biggest yelp. Has he read some books on self-help?



"True I was lying...". - The gossipy evolutionist, agnostic and girly-man User: Mercian at RationalWiki.[15]

He is so conniving that it is truly defining.
  • During the pandemic, Mercian called Christian conservatives a death cult. Mercian, seculars are more into the occult and that is not very adult.
  • Research says the young who say that have "no religion" are the least vaccinated.[16] That must make Mercian very aggravated.
  • During the pandemic the Christian User: Consertive wear two masks and a face shield. So Mercian's proclamation needs to be repealed.
  • User: Conservative is vaxed and very relaxed.
  • User: Conservative is double boosted. His immune system got Covid-19 resistant rebooted.
  • Atheists and agnostics who fear death by Covid-19 fear small collections of genetic code that are surrounded by a protein coat. That is so cowardly there is no way to sugarcoat.



RationalWiki babies don't fight with each other so much and fuss and cry, maybe someday I will sing you a lullaby.

It's time for all RationalWikians to face the fact that without me you wouldn't have created your website. Maybe someday you all will see this in hindsight.

(These lyrics are partly derived/borrowed from: "Weird Al" Yankovic's song Amish Paradise; the atheist John Lennon's song Imagine (with a Christian conservative twist); DJ Khaled's rap song song "All I Do Is Win" feat and the rap song Straightenin by Migos).

RationalWikians disparaging RationalWiki and/or questioning its future existence

RationalWiki, the thrill is gone!.jpg

The seven profound differences between Phyllis Schlafly and RationalWikians

See also: The seven profound differences between Phyllis Schlafly and RationalWikians

Question: Are there seven profound differences between conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly and RationalWikians?

If there are seven profound differences, what are they? Continue reading and find out!

Question: Seven is a very biblical number. Is it merely a coincidence that there are seven profound differences between Phyllis Schlafly and RationalWikians? I will let you carefully read the essay referenced below and be the judge!

For more information, please read: The seven profound differences between Phyllis Schlafly and RationalWikians

The difference between Andrew Schlafly and RationalWikians

See: The difference between Andrew Schlafly and RationalWikians

Do you know the difference between Andrew Schlafly and RationalWikians?

Please see: The difference between Andrew Schlafly and RationalWikians

User: Conservative's other essays

Eric Kaufmann, a professor at Birkbeck College, University of London whose work focuses on how demographic changes affects religion/politics, points out that that the atheist population has a sub-replacement fertility rate while religious fundamentalists have high rates of birth (See: Atheism and fertility rates). [17]

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References

  1. Poll: Trump’s Lead on Biden Increases in Hypothetical Matchup
  2. Bond-holders look to recession for salvation after vicious half: End of 2022 ‘shouldn’t be as ugly as the front half of the year, but it won’t be pretty’, Fortune magazine, July 3, 2022
  3. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2012-08-01/why-the-amish-population-is-exploding#:~:text=But%20according%20to%20a%20new,in%201989%20of%20about%20100%2C000.
  4. By doubling its population every 20 years, the Amish population would increase by 1024 times in 200 years.
  5. Feminist Futility: Why the Women's March Promises a Conservative Future by Steve Turley, Christian Post
  6. The Future Will Be More Religious and Conservative Than You Think by Eric Kaufmann, American Enterprise Institute
  7. Why are 2012 and 2020 key years for Christian creationists and pro-lifers?
  8. Shall the Religious Inherit the Earth?: Demography and Politics in the Twenty-First Century by Eric Kaufmann, Belfer Center, Harvard University/Birkbeck College, University of London
  9. Why Is Secularization Likely to Stall in America by 2050? A Response to Laurie DeRose by Eric Kaufmann July 24, 2019
  10. THE FUTURE IS MIXED by Darel E. Paul, First Things website
  11. In U.S., Decline of Christianity Continues at Rapid Pace, Pew Research
  12. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjS__cWr0Y0
  13. *LeftyGreenMario gives GrammarCommie an ultimatum
  14. When it comes to accepting evolution, gut feelings trump facts, ScienceDaily.com, Date: January 19, 2012, Source: Ohio State University
  15. Revision as of 18:22, 20 July 2022 (view source) Mercian (talk | contribs) at RationalWiki
  16. The Young And Secular Are Least Vaccinated, Not Evangelicals by Ryan Burge, Religion Unplugged website, August 3, 2021