The goal of Cultural Marxism, that infiltrated America during the 20th Century, is to overthrow the Western democracy from within, without firing a shot. Using stealth and deception instead of force, the strategy is to transform the consciousness of society by taking control of the flow of information, the media, education, entertainment and publishing. Attacking … Continue reading The Enemy Within: Part 3. Marxist Division of America
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The Enemy Within: Part 1. Marxist Infiltration of America
"A nation can survive its fools and even the ambitious, but it cannot survive treason from within... for the traitor moves among those within the gates freely"..."He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of a city." - Cicero It has long been predicted, … Continue reading The Enemy Within: Part 1. Marxist Infiltration of America
The Hidden History of the Democratic Party
The Democratic party has a racist history. Though this is not disputed, they have gone to great length to hide it, by erasing it from textbooks and replacing it with misleading propaganda. Nevertheless, it is well documented, there is even a 13 volume set of congressional investigations in the Library of Congress from 1872, titled: … Continue reading The Hidden History of the Democratic Party
The Deception of Identity Politics
Identity Politics is a political activity, or style, that caters to the cultural, ethnic, gender, racial, religious, ideological, national, sexual orientation, gender expression, or social interests, that characterize a group identity. It focuses on the issues, relevant to various groups, which are all defined by their shared characteristics. The typical goal of identity politics is … Continue reading The Deception of Identity Politics
Pro-life, or Pro-choice?
The debates on the most enduring social issue of our times have just been re-ignited, with the recent passage of the Pro-life abortion bill in Alabama, resulting in the expected disagreements and disunity among the general population and social media users . This is the first time I thought about this, based on what I … Continue reading Pro-life, or Pro-choice?