How A Subculture Brainwashed America | Thomas M. Doran | CWR blog
And what must be done in response
Let’s pull back the curtain and have a good look at the Wizard; that is, if we still have eyes to see.
Not too many decades ago, there was a solid American consensus that faithfulness in marriage, complementary masculinity and femininity, belief in a benevolent God, and bearing/raising children were good things.
No one needs to be told that things are different now, and many are convinced that the changes are for the better.
So how did this occur?
These changes didn’t occur organically; that is, by a broad-based evolution in Americans’ perspective. Rather, this transformation was directed by a subculture with a vested interest. Like the Jacobins in the late 18th century, a self-interested subculture used legitimate concerns about women’s rights and abuses of minority rights to spearhead its agenda. Thus, the objective of this subculture was not justice but utter transformation of the culture; like a house with electrical problems in several rooms, we didn’t re-wire the problem rooms, we bulldozed the house.
Using the educational system, the media, and the entertainment industry, this subculture set about convincing Americans that its agenda was normative, and that traditional beliefs about faith and morality were primitive and repressive.
The elements of this subculture’s agenda?