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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Doctor Utopia and Our Grim Future

Over 50 years ago, the people of the United States were just recovering from a World War that almost destroyed us. The people who fought in that war also were those who lived through the hardships of the Great Depression. They saw and experienced unimaginable horrors in Europe. The Death Camps of the Nazis. Death of comrades in arms. They worked and created wonderful things, industry, the infrastructure of our cities and transportation systems. They were indeed the Greatest Generation and we should be forever greatful for their sacrifices and for the life that we live now. Their gift to us.
Unfortunately, over the last 50 years, we have been squandering that gift and throwing away the greatest government on Earth, piece by piece on restrictive legistative bill at a time. Our country and way of life was created over 250 years ago by another generation of brave people who also sacrificed and gave birth to the United States of America and the U.S. Constitution.
Since then, we have allowed teachers to no longer teach our children the greatness of America or of our founders, but rather denigrate our country and ourselves. Our children have been taught for several generations that we are bad, evil and that we need to be brought down and punished in some way. Media constantly hammers us through movies, television shows, magazines, newspapers with the message, we are bad, we must change our ways, we are not worthy. They are relentless and many now accept this lie without any critical thinking. In fact schools have eliminated critical thinking skills as part of the long term plan to subjugate the people.
Instead of teaching children to hate their own country and to hate themselves, we need to relearn some lessons that our Grandparents and even Great Granparents learned and paid for with their own blood sweat and tears.
Watch this video from 1948 and see if you don't recognize our danger, our current situation and pray that we don't need to learn these lessons all over again with our own young people's blood sweat and tears.

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