#1 Who stole our culture? by algernonpj 13.09.2016 22:05


I decided to review how we got from there to here. This article is by William Lind, yhe author of a post by @Cincinnatus
The Origins of Political Correctness

Who stole our culture?
Published: 05/24/2007 at 1:00 AM
Editor’s note: This column is an excerpt from Dr. Ted Baehr and Pat Boone’s new book “The Culture-wise Family: Upholding Christian Values in a Mass Media World.” In the book, entertainment expert Dr. Ted Baehr and legendary musician Pat Boone urge people to make wise choices for themselves and their families so they can protect their children from toxic messages in the culture.
The following is Chapter 10, written by historian Williams S. Lind.

The following is Chapter 10, written by historian Williams S. Lind.

Sometime during the last half-century, someone stole our culture. Just 50 years ago, in the 1950s, America was a great place. It was safe. It was decent. Children got good educations in the public schools. Even blue-collar fathers brought home middle-class incomes, so moms could stay home with the kids. Television shows reflected sound, traditional values.

Where did it all go? How did that America become the sleazy, decadent place we live in today – so different that those who grew up prior to the ’60s feel like it’s a foreign country? Did it just “happen”?

It didn’t just “happen.” In fact, a deliberate agenda was followed to steal our culture and leave a new and very different one in its place. The story of how and why is one of the most important parts of our nation’s history – and it is a story almost no one knows. The people behind it wanted it that way.



#2 RE: Who stole our culture? by algernonpj 13.09.2016 22:09


William S Lind on the Origins of Political Correctness

#3 RE: Who stole our culture? by ThirstyMan 13.09.2016 22:32


Their goal is the same as today's: "Western civilization must be destroyed"

Western civilization defenders today are largely Hillary's 'basket of deplorables'

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