Since my last post I've been digging further into the subject, and it appears that the
Isle of Man is just one source of easy cash from slow-witted folk with deep
pockets. In fact the professional evolution-denier in question is on something of
tour of science-free backwaters, starting next weekend.
What is more disturbing is that, while the intellectually-challenged elsewhere will only host Mackay’s wacko antics once before pointing the way to the next houseful of eejits, the Isle of Man is letting him spew his guff an incredible SEVEN times. Admittedly, four of these are being hosted by Broadway Batwits, but one of them is described as a ‘youth service’, and that has to be really worrying. Especially if you consider that some of the likely punters include public and third sector ‘professionals' who deal with vulnerable sectors of society.
See the full itinerary at http://www.amen.org.uk/cr/where/ . Note at once the absence of a date in any venue which might be even loosely described as a font of academic (or even theological) wisdom. And even swivel-eyed loons like that are not dumb enough to listen to Mackay twice.
The Isle of Man as an emerging
Isles centre for conspiracy theorists, flat-earthers, and antics peculiar
to three-nippled, cousin-marrying, superstitious peasants in general? What an awful vision!
Not quite the international image our wise government pays all those PR agencies so much to create, is it?