How To Destroy The Morals And Mores Of A Country

In discussing the uber-left book Christan Nation, I mentioned

I generally avoid the heavily political fiction books (I don’t mind a bit of politics, but, keep it simple), but there are two I’ve read in the last year or so, An Act Of Self Defense by Erne Lewis and In Due Time by J.K. Jones, that are spectacular. The first is about the need for term limits in a State that is increasingly tyrannical. The latter is actually a time travel book that mixes in what would happen if the US becomes super Progressive. The difference here is that both those books understand the cardinal rule: Entertainment First. I’ve started a few that did not understand this, and put them away.

I’ve had a book on my Kindle for a few weeks, entitled Thy Kingdom Fall by Austin Dragon. I was a bit hesitant about reading it, like with most heavily political books, especially since it was supposed to be very much about religion. There are two things I’m very private about, and those are sex and religion. Both are my business. I was never one to discuss any adventures with a lady, and I’m uncomfortable in religious conversations. Yet, Mr. Dragon understands that One Must Entertain. He does a great job at it, especially since it is really about religion, but it hasn’t made me uncomfortable. It has provoked many pauses as to what he just wrote as I’m reading it, and I hope he will forgive me for noting this long passage which is about how to change the opinion of a large/majority portion of a population. This starts on page 96/location 1740

Pick the new/alternative behavior or viewpoint you wish to condition the society to adopt as the norm. We shall name it X.

  1. Talk about X as often as possible and thereby make X look normal and commonplace
  2. Talk about the religious institutions that support X as often as possible and thereby suggest endorsement of X by notable entities
  3. Portray religious institutions that don’t support X as bigoted, hateful, backwards, and religious institutions that do support X as champions, noble, righteous
  4. Portray members or practitioners of X as victims needing government protection and support-the greater the portrayed victimhood of X the greater their moral claim on the larger society
  5. Portray individuals or groups opposed to X as aggressors needing public condemnation, and ultimately enact laws against them
  6. Make members of X always look good (use positive historic figures or celebrities if available) and hide any negative portrayals
  7. Portray individuals or groups opposed to X always as bad, crazy, bigoted, dangers, and out of the mainstream, and hide any good portrayals
  8. To attract those undecided, show that support of X is not necessarily support of X itself but support for anti-discrimination and tolerance
  9. Make government elite reinforce the campaign to support X vocally and often
  10. Raise and use the needed money to support the campaign to make X the norm

Sound familiar?

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Comment by Gail Combs
2013-09-04 01:15:40

Boy does it ever!

How is this for religious idiocy? Todd’s American Dispatch: Feds forced churches to get baptism permits

I was just reading through the Department of Defense crap on Extremists.

The reference to The Southern Poverty Law Center as a resource lead me to the Center’s attacks on Catholic Church and a fanatics shooting target taken from their “HATE MAP”. SEE: http://cnsnews.com/news/article/southern-poverty-law-center-our-hate-map-doesn-t-cause-anybody-attack.

Then there is this little goody. DHS employee behind website promoting race war on paid leave

Lets go back to the start of Obama’s presidency when racism had pretty much died down and a black won more popular votes than any one in forty years.

From the Rockefeller – Blair, Clinton School University of Arkansas we have Racial Attitudes in America

“On the heels of the 2010 midterm elections… The majority of Blacks and Latinos express strong concern that race and racial issues remain to be resolved. When asked if they felt that too much, too little or about the right amount attention is being paid to race only 47.2% of Blacks and 40.7% of Latinos felt that ‘too little attention’ was being paid. In comparison, only 14.1% of whites reported that ‘too little attention’ was being paid to race. There is little variation in these percentages when we compare across regions….”

and then there is their 2010 pollTea Party Distinguished by Racial Views and Fear of the Future
This poll labels Tea Part members racist based on the answers to several questions starting with
“Do you think it is the responsibility of the federal government to make sure that minorities have …”

Obviously if you think the Federal government is way too big the answer is going to be NO it is none of the Feds business leave that to the states.

So put it all together. An invalid result from a rigged poll is used to show the Tea Party is white older middle class and RACIST. The President repeatedly plays the race card from day one fanning racial hatred by blacks and contempt by whites. (The latest being Zimmerman and the Rodeo Clown.)

Now we find
“…Ayo Kimathi, an acquisitions officer for Immigration and Customs Enforcement who is in charge of buying weapons and ammunition for the government, operates the website named “War on the Horizon.” It includes descriptions of an “unavoidable, inevitable clash with the white race.” Kimathi is black….

Kimathi has been with the department since 2009. His website criticizes whites, gays, those of mixed race, and blacks who integrate with whites. The Southern Poverty Law Center, which monitors hate groups, earlier this week reported on Kimathi’s role in running the site.

The report showed the site’s content strayed far beyond concert promotion, warning about a coming race war. The website declares, “in order for Black people to survive the 21st century, we are going to have to kill a lot of whites…

One of Kimathi’s former supervisors at DHS told SPLC’s Hatewatch that, “Everybody is the office is afraid of him,” and that his co-workers are “afraid he will come in with a gun and someday go postal.”

The supervisor, who was not named, continued, “I am astounded he’s employed by the federal government, let alone Homeland Security.”…”

 
Comment by Gail Combs
2013-09-04 01:16:32

Teach
fish my comment out of spam please.

 
Comment by Wonderful_Gumballs Subscribed to comments via email
2013-09-04 22:36:50

How about those private small-business entities that are forced to conduct business that their religious beliefs tell them not to. Government is forcing them to ignore their religious liberty for the sake of a protected subset of actors within our society.

Whether it is photographers or bakers, our government has not told us that our religious liberty is second to people’s lifestyles.

Now, the “right to refuse service” right of a business been deemed unconstitutional.

Why would anyone this day and age open a business.

 

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