What I kind of take issue with is the negative reaction to Fr. Hans Jacobse statement about bloodshed, concentration camps and gulags...
He did say that he wasn't speaking that against Matt, but rather against the Atheist movement.
Not only that, but someone brought up Godwin's Law, which in my opinion, was just immature and stupid. There are connections, and it isn't like we are talking about totally different subjects. Atheism, Hitler, Communism and Morality were within the scope of the discussion (that is, God & Morality and if it can exist apart from him).
I think it's going to be interesting in the next century to see how upcoming generations such as my own (Generation Y) and others decide to react to 20th Century movements that were driven by Atheism, Marxism, Fascism and Darwinism... I have a feeling it might end up just like the Sexual Revolution in the 60s, just being thrown aside and rejected by new generations...
Have you looked at society lately? The sexual revolution is now the status quo...it's just no longer 'revolutionary', it's normal. Look around you and get used to it, for better or worse, this is how society's evolving.
Have you seen Generation Y?
Generation Y typically rejects values from Generation X and the Baby Boomer Generation. This includes the Sexual Revolution, Sexual Promiscuity in our Generation is not looked upon as something that is good or honorable, free love is not ascribed to.
I even notice this being in college. Our Generation doesn't really believe in abstinence before marriage, but that doesn't mean we believe you can sleep with whoever, whenever you want to. People in Generation Y tend to be monogamous, yet do not remain abstinent.
There is a BIG difference between the Sexual Revolution of the 60s and what we see in upcoming generations today. Even what you seen in the media (in advertisements, movies, etc...) is often not accepted by youth.
Even from what I've seen growing up in this generation, people living a sexual life as they would have during the sexual revolution are seen in very negative lights and aren't respected. It is expected that you have a monogamous relationship (and for our generation, it doesn't matter if you're heterosexual, homosexual or bisexual).
Again, you might want to learn about the up-coming generations. It seems that the upcoming generations have viewed Generation X, and especially the Baby Boomers as causing damage to the world (especially in ecological terms) and they tend to reject those generations and their values, and are typically holding more traditional values (though for different reasons, and in different ways than other generations)