Back in the 1960s and even into the early 1970's I attended several anti-Communist rallies. By the 1980's one of the lasting legacies for President Ronald Reagan during his time in the White House was his victories against communism. Reagan helped orchestrate the eventual downfall of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War. I was ready to believe that we won the war with communism. Was I ever wrong!
Have you asked yourself the question of how did America get in the mess we are in with the political polarization between the right and the left? If you don't see this nation crumbling before your very eyes, you are blind.
To use another expression rather than communism, I will use Cultural Marxism. When the whole world heard "Tear down this wall!" that day on June 22, 1987, it was the beginning of the end of communism—or was it? Since 1961 Germany was divided East and West by a wall constructed by the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. American could now drop our guard the threat of communism was going to be just a note in the back of a world history book. America had won the Cold War.
One thing I have learned about the American people we are all for instant gratification. We like our victory celebrations. Remember when George W. Bush declares mission accomplished from aboard the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln on May 1, 2003, standing directly under a "Mission Accomplished" banner, President George W. Bush said, "In the battle of Iraq, the United States and our allies have prevailed." WOW!
Here it is 2019, and The State Department ordered a partial evacuation of the United States Embassy in Baghdad recently, responding to what the Trump administration said was a threat linked to Iran, one that has led to an accelerated movement of American ships and bombers into the Persian Gulf. I thought the war was over.
Our government has this tendency to jump the victory gun. We did it in the 1980s, we did it in 2003, we did it in Syria. American leaders are not long haulers. They would be in for the short "proclaimed victory" even if we failed in our mission. While other nations have learned the importance of delayed gratification and look down the road for victory America has not learned that lesson. America was convinced that communism was defeated and there was no fear of what they could do. However, the Cultural Marxist had exploited the education system of American with our liberal ideology which allowed the Cultural Marxist to access our institutions of learning where they eventually submerged our education system in the politics of communism.
Our schools of higher learning have filled our youth with the doctrine of critical theory. We now have a generation of progressive socialist who has no idea that they were manipulated to accept the agenda to destroy one of the greatest civilizations that have ever existed on earth.
Here is what the Marxist were able to do while we were busy looking the other way:
• They gave us feminism, which was based on the lie of white male oppression. It has destroyed the family unit.
Here is the Catechism of the feminist taken from Katherine Murray Millett, who was an American feminist writer, educator, artist, and activist. She attended Oxford University and was the first American woman to be awarded a degree with first-class honors after studying at St Hilda's College, Oxford. She has been described as "a seminal influence on second-wave feminism," and is best known for her book Sexual Politics, which was based on her doctoral dissertation at Columbia University.
Q. "Why are we here today?"
A. "To make revolution,"
Q. "What kind of revolution?"
A. "The Cultural Revolution,"
Q. "And how do we make Cultural Revolution?"
A. "By destroying the American family!"
Q. "How do we destroy the family?"
A. "By destroying the American Patriarch,
Q. "And how do we destroy the American Patriarch?"
A. "By taking away his power!"
Q. "How do we do that?"
A. "By destroying monogamy!"
Q. "How can we destroy monogamy?"
A. "By promoting promiscuity, eroticism, prostitution, and homosexuality!"
• They gave us class warfare, which is based on the lie of who is the oppressor.
According to the Marxists in the Democratic Party, working-class people have been downtrodden and oppressed by the greedy 1%, and their corporations for far too long. It is time to rise up and take what is yours. Well, most are to busy playing video games, or texting on their cell phones to do much "rising up" so the benevolent bureaucrats in Washington DC (Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, AOC, and friends) plan on doing it for you. They may find it hard to convince the downtrodden and oppressed with an unemployment rate of just over 3% because people don't like the government taking away their hard-earned money, but they will try.
The problem is that many of the younger generations have already bought the lie of who is the oppressor because they were educated to accept the Marxists teachings.
• They gave us global warming, which is based on the distribution of wealth.
Many international environmental agreements include references to American greed and unfairness, and usually, contain mechanisms for large wealth transfers from rich to poor countries to rectify claimed injustices. In the Copenhagen agreement, the term "climate reparations" was used widely. Even Obama's advisers suggested using climate change agreements to effect "distributive justice." Some said that Kyoto would have rebalanced global power, and virtually mandated the de-industrialization of the West, as well as capped military consumption of fossil fuels, which might have reduced American influence overseas.
President Obama once told reporters his policies would bankrupt the coal sector, which provides 50% of U.S. energy. Why would he do this? The reason the political left in America has adopted the climate scare with such enthusiasm is that some of the largest funders of their political opponents on the right are the coal and oil corporations (not the miners or oil workman). Since oil is necessary for automobile gasoline, the oil corporations have largely escaped the wrath of the left, but the coal corporations are now under sustained assault and are already being compelled to reduce their financial contributions to the left's opponents.
As a side, note-Trump made his appeal to the miners with the promise to make coal great again and got their support based on his promise. The miners broke with the traditional Democratic and voted for Trump. Will they vote in the next election that will be based on what happens with the change in health insurance.
• They gave us multi-culturalism and diversity to replace the white oppressors (Christian oppressors in particular).
Never has there been a time in the history of our country where white people are ashamed of being white. We have white women who have identified with being African American, and Native American Indian because they believe whites to be oppressors.
White privilege, or whiteness studies, is now an entrenched part of far too many -ology and humanities classes. This notion of white skin privilege has become an "article of faith among progressives," who assert that "whites, by definition and DNA, would remain racists, even if unwittingly, until the end of time." Listen to the Democratic Presidential Candidates who are white by race yet are anti-white in their speech, condemning the white race. They want you to vote for them but they are saying they do not have the right color of skin and would not do a good job-stupid.
The so-called whiteness studies bore no resemblance whatsoever to other identity-based curricula like Black Studies, Chicano Studies, and Women's Studies. These fields celebrated their respective groups, but Whiteness Studies consistently depicts whites as "malevolent oppressors of people with darker complexions."
• They gave us environmentalism, which is more resistance to capitalist oppression.
There is an assumption among environmentalists that Marxism, holds a "productivist" ideology, and is not concerned, for the fate of the environment. The idea that Marx and Engels were obsessed only with the conditions of workers is generally accepted by both the left and right. However, Marx claims that thanks to the suppression of capitalism, modern societies could return to a higher form of an "archaic" type of collective ownership and production. Marx believed that in pre-capitalist societies there existed a kind of unity between the producers and the land, and he saw as one of the critical tasks of socialism to re-establish the original agreement between humans and nature, destroyed by capitalism. The environmental issues of today are all aimed at resistance to capitalism.
• They gave us Social Justice to destroy Christianity.
Social Justice is an ideology birthed out of Critical Theory and Liberation Theology, the product of a wedding between Italian fascists and South American Jesuits, in which Marxist thought is combined with Theism to bring about political change.
Our seminaries and Bible schools are pumping out Social Justice drones who are not able to preach expository sermons and explain the Scriptures. They are intent on 'reforming' their churches by turning them into mercy ships in the name of justice and reconciliation.
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) has an "Office of Kingdom Diversity" — a program that hosts events such as Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X read-ins. It exists to promote liberal ideology such as "white privilege," "white guilt," and general indignation toward a predominantly white society and its culture. In other words, it exists to teach seminarians that to be white is shameful and "whiteness" must be eradicated.
Both Marxism and social justice are based on the distribution of wealth. Communism gives the same amount of income to each person independent of competency or uselessness. Social justice advocates push for the same on issues like the wage gap and diversity. The phrase “living wage” is tossed around like it is the solution to the poverty of mankind. Yet, no one has been able to determine what is a “living wage.”
Social Justice has been crammed down the throats of local churches not by pastors, but by parachurch organizations that have infiltrated churches through media outreach. Social Justice is not a move of God, or it would have originated in the Scriptures.. Instead, Social Justice originated in academic and political think-tanks in Washington and in centers of political influence.
What is sad is that so many ministers have bought into the social justice ideology without looking at where it came from and who are its supporters. It's not local churches filling the minds of young and impressionable readers with Liberation Theology it is coming from workshops and seminars held by those claiming to be Christian. It is time to return to the teachings of the Bible and forget the politics of liberal socialist and preach the message of salvation.
In conclusion, each of these issues is critical of our established society, and the mission is to be extremely critical of the American nation, to build numbers, to level and make waste of our society and replace it with the Marxist Utopia. A Utopia free of the oppressors who are making life so 'unbearable' today.
I repeat the people pushing these issues are mostly victims. Stupid, uneducated left- wing robots like the fools congratulating North Korea on building a hydrogen bomb. Unbelievably ignorant, this is an example what our Cultural Marxist controlled schools and universities are pumping into our youth today.
The knowing or unknowing spreaders of Critical Theory have infiltrated most of our cultural institutions and now control them. Not only our schools and universities but our media and our entertainment sector. Our newspapers, our television/ radio news broadcasts, our movies, and TV series, they are there, and they're everywhere. In short, they are members of the Synagogue of Satan and are out to destroy everything the LORD holds dear.
Here is my concern, I cannot have much influence on a generation that has been raised on the progressive socialist ideology of Marxist, but I can warn people of the importance of looking out for the education of their children and to raise them in the knowledge of the LORD. If you value your children, you will not expose them to the teachings of the Cultural Marxist. What we are seeing today is just a small glimpse of the impending destruction that is coming on America. We are one election away from changing America to a failed socialist/Marxist nation.
Christians need to wake up and see the shortness of the time left to us. If you cannot do anything more than save your family from the coming judgment you have done well. It is heartbreaking to see your children and grandchildren entrapped in an ideology that was conceived in the depths of hell to destroy mankind and separate him from his Creator. Knowledge is power, what will you do with this knowledge?