NewsWithViews.com - May 5, 2003 In 1919 the Communist Strategy for Revolution was captured in Dusseldorf, Germany. The very first plank of that strategy states:
A. Corrupt the young. Get them away from religion. Get them interested in sex. Make them superficial; destroy their ruggedness.
Has this been accomplished? Let's take a journey through American history since 1919 and see.
Get Youth Away From Religion
Prior to 1919, John Dewey and those who went before him and after him were making inroads in the field of American education. As far back as the mid-1800s, when Horace Mann was pushing for, and managed to obtain, compulsory education, R L Dabney proffered that while education at that time was based on Christianity, the groundwork had been laid for the government to use education to its own purposes. In 1963, when the Supreme Court ruled prayer in schools unconstitutional, R L Dabney's prophetic words became reality.
While the Tenth Amendment to the United States constitution gives the federal government no say in education; and while the Blaine Amendment, tacked on to many enabling acts establishing states, violates the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution; the violation of both these amendments without successful opposition paved the way for the ruling in 1963.
That ruling, however, did not address the larger problem of the violation of the First and Tenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution which would have rendered the ruling itself null and void. In short, the Tenth Amendment prohibits federal involvement in those matters left to the discretion of the states, as education is, and the First Amendment prohibits the federal government from becoming involved in those matters concerning religion. Education, by its very construct and purpose, does not exist on a neutral or "secular" playing field; education is always based on a religious world view.
In 1963, following the Supreme Court ruling barring prayer in schools, the Christian religion, on which education up to that time had been based, was replaced by the religion of Humanism in the name of "non-sectarianism."
Now children are not taught geography as it is not important to the religion of Humanism; nor are children taught the true foundations of the American nation as those are antithetical to the religion of Humanism. Instead of Creationism, children are now taught evolution. While both are theories, meaning neither has been proven, evolution is touted as fact while Creationism is relegated to the realm of theory only. This aside from the fact that both Humanism and Christianity are religions.
The government has, in effect, established Humanism as the state religion which violates the First Amendment to the United States Constitution but has never been addressed in the courts.
Are children being moved away from the religious foundations of our nation? No child, subjected to a daily dose of Humanism is going to be able to withstand the brainwashing. Parents who believe their children, taught Christianity, can be witnesses for Christianity in the public school setting, are deluding themselves. The tactics being used to brainwash children in the public school setting are, in many instances, the same as those used in prisoner of war camps.
Get Youth Interested in Sex
More and more, parents are hearing of their children being subjected to inappropriate material in the classroom. Books like Snow Falling on Cedars and Of Mice and Men, readings from books by such authors as Maya Angelou are not uncommon, and children of all ages are being exposed to the unhealthy intricacies, perversion and deviancy of homosexual sex in the name of tolerance and diversity. Movie theaters and television are rampant with sexual innuendo and explicit sex, from ads to regular programming to movies. The same is true of the music (if one can call it music) listened to by the youth of today.
Children are being immersed in sex. Their vocabulary shows it, their actions show it, their focus shows it. When boys and young men use sexually graphic language in the presence of girls and young women and those of the female gender see nothing wrong with it, don't even have the presence of mind to be embarrassed by it, such is indication of the moral depravity of our youth.
Make Youth Superficial; Destroy Their Ruggedness
Look at the young people of today. Are they wholesome, well-rounded individuals who have been taught principles; who can speak intelligently; who can carry on a conversation in a respectful manner with people both older and younger; who can help their parents around the home?
Parents today are quick to point out that their child has a boyfriend/girlfriend at the earliest possible age. Little girls wear make-up at age ten and training bras before they have anything to put a training bra on besides a young body that should be out running and playing, climbing trees and riding bikes. Little boys spend time in the magazine aisles of the books stores ogling the bodies of women with few or no clothes, or they have access to their father's magazines of the same genre. Little children playing grown-up.
Children today run in packs like wild animals. This they have been taught in the public school arena in the context of being a team player in the classroom, on the playground, and in extra-curricular sports. If a child doesn't have a "pack" of friends at school, he/she is considered to be a loner, a misfit, a "nerd," socially deficient.
Parents are told by the "experts" that children should not have to help at home; should not be disciplined; should not be raised as part of the familial unit; should be given every material thing every other child has; and in culmination, that children are not considered to be well socialized unless they spend the greater part of their day in the company of their peers. When "Mom's Taxi" is proudly displayed on the rear bumper of the family vehicle, the children are spending far too much time out of the presence of their parents.
Pray tell, how can parents pass on to their children the tribal truths of the society and culture if their children spend the greater part of their time away from their parents? The generation gap does not exist, to the extent it does today, when children are raised as part of the familial unit, spending more time with their parents and family than with their peers outside the home. And children who have spent more time with their parents and family are more mature, more responsible, and better able to acclimate to and cope in the adult world they grow into.
Children raised in the familial setting are also less inclined to believe the mantra touted in the world of education today: "we must build on their future, not our past." While sounding very scholarly, what this really says is that we should ignore history and reinvent the wheel. Those who ignore history are bound to repeat it.
The Communist Strategy for Revolution, captured at Dusseldorf, was written in approximately 1919, sixteen years short of a century ago. In that 84 years a lot has changed in America, the bulk of it detrimental to our youth, our nation and our continued freedom. Our children of today are our nation of tomorrow. If parents do not teach their children the tribal truths intended to preserve our nation and our freedom, our nation will no longer be free.
© 2003 Lynn M. Stuter - All Rights Reserved