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Historian Paul Johnson wrote in his book Intellectuals about the influence of Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) on the secular intellectuals who have shaped the modern world with their advice to humanity on how to conduct its affairs. He refers to Rosseau as "an interesting madman," and concurs with the consensus of Rosseau biographers that he was a sexual pervert, and in every sense a severely disturbed and twisted personality par for the course for almost all secular intellectuals. There is an upside down, turned inside out, lunatic and dangerous characteristic shared by all the educated deviants who've made and make up the "secular intellectual" crowd that can only be explained as a result of the insanity of sin. This is true of the contemporaries of Rosseau, it was true of the PhDs, MDs and scientific experts who made up Adolph Hitler's NAZI brain trust and it'