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Daily across our nation and, to a large extent, around the world, millions of us are receiving injections without realizing it. Not medical injections, but rather, philosophical ones.

An intentional barrage of comments, adjectives, restatements, rule changes and other pinpricks are being peppered throughout society in a low frequency manner. This process has been proven to work throughout history. It’s known as indoctrination. What makes it effective is that each instance is so minimal that it seems harmless. Taken one at a time that may be true, but collectively these injections are ultimately fatal.

Here’s the process:

Take something that is so well established that you don’t have any hope of challenging it. Then instead of a head-on assault, you build an adjacent argument or concept that seems to agree with it. You build consensus and support for your position and then you show the problem with the well established concept. For example: Religion, specifically the Christian religion in America.

American is a Judeo-Christian country. Our Founding Fathers openly proclaimed faith in God and the Bible. They even said in our founding documents that this society, a Republic rooted in individual freedom and individual responsibility, was entirely unsuited for people who didn’t believe in a benevolent loving Creator. The reason is that Christianity, apart from other world religions, provides for a direct personal relationship with God. It has a simple set of rules, the Ten Commandments, and through Jesus’ sacrifice and resurrection, it provides for the forgiveness of sins. Other religions pretty much convict you of sins and their God is one of judgment, atonement and vengeance. An angry god with many rituals and rules.

Be A Better Person

In a society based on Christianity people seek to become better. Not just more skilled or knowledgeable, but better as a person. We go to church to learn to live a good life and to thank and praise God for our blessings and abilities. In America we have always celebrated Christmas, Easter, Passover, and our faith. Public places display the Ten Commandments, including schools and legislatures. Public buildings and our currency are engraved with “In God We Trust.” People who pray together become bonded as a family is bonded. We call each other “brother” and “sister.” In the Catholic Church they even call the priest “father.” Church is essential to our culture, and not just for religion.

Our culture is one American culture, not a mix of other distinct cultures. “E Pluribus Unum” our motto, means “Out of many, One.” In other words, when you become a citizen you give up your earlier allegiance. Your new allegiance is to America. “I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, One nation, under God, indivisible (remember that word), with liberty and justice for all.”

If you are going against something as substantial as Christianity in America you had better have a great plan. You have to make your challenger “divisible”. Divide and conquer is the idea. Don’t attack the main body, attack its smaller parts.

Here’s the plan we are experiencing today. Remember, no direct challenges, just build a case for the variations that tempt people onto your path.

Here is the sinister plan

  • Convince people that the compassionate thing to do rather than expressing your faith is to consider the feelings of others who have a different faith from yours. In other words, do this because it is what good people would do.
  • Give them an easy way to speak about this variant position. Call it “honoring diversity” and “respecting all faiths.” Make it noble to do.
  • Create new words to describe the “sin” you are seeking to avoid. Call it “disenfranchisement.”
  • Challenge the foundation of what makes us America. Accuse the Founders of racism, slavery, deism, and infidelity. Don’t attack their ideas like the Constitution or Bill of Rights, instead just make them seem like flawed people.
  • Question the relevance of ancient ideas. Say that those people couldn’t have known the world we live in today, therefore their ideas need to be reconsidered. That allows you to weaken the Constitution, the branches of government, the celebration of Christian holidays, the privileges granted to churches, the decisions made by earlier courts and laws that were passed in prior years.
  • Infiltrate the schools at all levels. Get the children to accept new restrictions on what they can say or do, but don’t restrict them from anything you want to gain acceptance for, say homosexuality as a mainstream life choice, rather than simply the sexual orientation of 3% of people.
  • Introduce new curricula that sell your concepts to students. Get them to be very concerned about things they can’t do anything about, like the climate.
  • Assure that the movies, TV shows and entertainment of all types are on your side, they can make your way become the popular one.
  • Make it more “sinful” to cause someone else to be uncomfortable than it is to lie, steal, loot or harm others. But at the same time make “bullying” out to be the biggest threat to youth in the country. This sets you up to censure and isolate any opponents who exhibit aggressive behavior.
  • Create another adversary that cannot be defeated. “Micro-agression” is a concept that allows you to stain your opponents with “sins” that they aren’t even aware they have committed. Then double down and say that everything is to blame, “Systemic Racism”. Make it so large that it cannot be corrected except through the destruction and replacement of everything we know of as America.
  • Isolate your main opponents and stain them with an unsolvable problem. “White privilege” is something that is born into you and built into society so much that all you can do is apologize, pay reparations for sins you did not commit, and agree to new rules that make you the oppressed for a change.
  • Warp an obscure part of the trusted documents into a meaning that advances your cause. “Separation of church and state” has been re-interpreted to mean that nothing public can be allowed to mention religion, at least not Christianity. The original meaning was that the state would not be allowed to limit the expression and practice of religion, as it had been in Europe and England before America was founded.
  • Once you get all these things in place then you can be bold and audacious about your acts. Find any excuse to protest loudly and if possible, violently as long as it weakens your opponent.
  • Take away the ability for your opponents to fight back. Defund the police or enlist them. Make them seem to be dangerous and irredeemable. If they make a mistake or commit a sin, amplify it to seem like a national corruption scandal. Form violent protests in as many places as possible. Print and distribute signs, create catchy slogans, spread the word and enlist the helpless or weaker communities. Convince them you are their savior and will protect them from the evil police.
  • Create martyrs. George Floyd was a nine time convicted felon and pretty much a low life. He was once on Judge Judy in court and admitted forcibly taking a woman’s car. He said it wasn’t his fault he was arrested and wrecked her car. The police shouldn’t have tried to stop him. His father sat near him in shame. Since Floyd died at the hands of a cop, he was a perfect martyr. Now they’ve named a plaza for him. US Congress held a kneeling ceremony for him. Legislation has been passed in his name, etc. Recently there have been other potential martyrs, but upon learning that they were white, the protestors cancelled their protests.
  • Start introducing the most audacious and outrageous things into schools that you can imagine. Outlaw standard texts and favorite authors and common practices by accusing them of micro aggression, systemic racism, implied bias, etc. Get away from the familiar and loved things as much as possible. Note: Rules for Radicals, Saul Alinsky’s book for a leftist revolution, is dedicated to Lucifer (Satan). Yet it is widely offered in US public schools today.
  • If you have a big opponent, create hatred for him or her with all the excerpted quotes or misstatements you can muster. The mainstream press did a masterful job of making Trump the most hated man in America despite 78 million who voted for him. Nobody voted FOR Joe Biden, they simply voted AGAINST Donald Trump.
  • Once you get your adversary to be hated, go after anyone who agrees with him. Call them a Trump Supporter as if it is a stain of sin.
  • Put your candidate in office and on day one ERASE every vestige of your predecessors. Executive Orders removed or cancelled most everything Trump did for our society and economy. On day two, put forward the most outrageous spending plans and rule changes you can dream of. Now’s your moment, society is at a tipping point and bold actions can shove it over the cliff.

Folks, we’ve been infected by Leftism for a long time but it has metastasized lately and we are in Stage Four infection. America is in serious danger of collapse from internal tensions, economic overload, weakened defenses, non stop invasion, cultivated uncertainty and disdain among our youth, disrespect for law enforcement, disrespect for religion, fears of judgement and accusations of racism, distrust of all other humans due to the Covid phobia (not the disease, but the fear of it), and the wearing down of our ability to fight back against adversaries both foreign and domestic (our own government).

It’s what you say that discloses your thoughts 

Political correctness started as an innocuous way of being more courteous. It has metastasized into a form of thought control and a way of limiting people’s ability to organize and gain cooperation.

We are at war internally but not a war with rifles. It’s a war of ideas, rules, expectations, social media edits, cancel culture, educational corruption, and the lowering of personal, public and political standards toward decadence, disgrace and destruction. When it is OK to publicly celebrate sexual intercourse and perform as if in a porn club e.g. WAP (by Cardi B) at the Grammys, but it is not OK to use the “N” word even in reference, unless your skin is dark, then we have gone beyond the pale. Gomorrah is probably a new name we might see recommended to replace America, unless we stand up to all of this indoctrination in daily life and in public forums. Speak up! Be heard, be seen, stand up for what you believe.

I’m a white Christian, heterosexual, veteran, patriotic, 50 year married, proud father and husband, and a Conservative. I believe in God and in the United States Constitution. I believe children should be taught how to become self-reliant good people…in that order. If you can’t take care of yourself then you’ll always be dependent on someone else. When you have your own house in order you can be helpful and generous to others. Can I get an Amen?

 

 

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Jim Cathcart, CSP, CPAE is an Executive MBA Professor, Author of 21 books, Hall of Fame Professional Speaker, Top 1% TEDx video (2.4 million views), US Army veteran, Singer/Songwriter, and Lifelong Motorcyclist. He is known as "Your Virtual VP" for his Advisory/Mentor work with organizations worldwide. Based in Texas...and proud of it!



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Myths and Lies That Permeate Society

If myths can survive for decades, is there any hope that the Left’s current manufactured myths will ever die

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To anyone with an ounce of objectivity, it is apparent that the Left is fueled by myths, purveyed by Joe Biden and the mainstream media. Consider the “fine people on both sides” myth or the “Trump hates immigrants” lie that they routinely draw upon to slander Donald Trump.

Consider the myths and lies that Jen Psaki seeks to initiate at every press conference — the withdrawal from Afghanistan went accordingly to plan, school children need to wear masks, Biden doesn’t advocate open borders, $3.5 trillion in spending will cost nothing, inflation isn’t rising, etc.

Non-political myths, however, have circulated for years. More than a quarter century ago researchers for Nova, aired on the Public Broadcasting Service undertook an exhaustive examination of the myths surrounding the Bermuda Triangle. They found absolutely no statistical deviation in the incidence of disaster or disappearance of planes and ships in that area. The team concluded that those people who propagate the myth do so with limited, anecdotal “evidence,” usually for considerable commercial gain.

Full Moon

Rising crime with the full moon – Several studies in scholarly journals have found no correlation between the incidence of a full moon and aberrant human behavior. More people tend to be out on nights with a full moon, which correlates directly with mishaps, accidents, and predictably, crimes.

A similar phenomenon occurs during holiday seasons. Since more people leave home and drive long distances, more burglaries, admissions to hospital emergency rooms, and arrests by police occur. Yet no one suggests that Christmas or the 4th of July are directly linked with abhorrent human behavior?

Ancient Aliens?

The great pyramids of Egypt – The Learning Channel aired a program in 1988 in which a team of scientists and engineers visited Egypt to determine how the great pyramids were built. Recreating the activities needed to build a pyramid, the team found that with arithmetic equations – without the knowledge of pi – the Egyptians built the structures that many people erroneously believe involved aliens. In fact, construction of the Great Pyramid requires only seventh-grade arithmetic.

The Egyptians were masters of moving stone by using sand and working in coordinated teams. Rather than using slaves to build the pyramids, the researchers deduced that an inspired citizenry, seeking to be part of the first great nation, chose to offer its labor.

A Bogus Industry Thrives

JFK conspiracy theories – These won’t die, but they should. There is no question as to who shot and killed President John F. Kennedy. It was Lee Harvey Oswald, and he was acting alone. This is explained in intricate detail by Gerald Posner in his landmark book Case Closed (1993).

Mr. Posner dislodged every conceivable stone (including Oliver Stone) to show why it was Lee Harvey Oswald and only Oswald who committed this crime. After illuminating Posner’s work in 25-page feature in its publication, U.S. News & Word Report declared it would never review another book on the topic because the case, indeed, was closed.

Yet, people are invested in having JFK’s death be surrounded by controversy. Since 1995, JFK conspiracy theories annually support a $250,000,000 industry.

The Thing That Wouldn’t Die!

If myths and lies can survive for decades, or even centuries, is there any hope that the Left’s current manufactured myths and non-stop will ever die?

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Despite the Lures, Reduce Complexity and Take Charge of Your Day

Dial down the level of enticement that otherwise surrounds you to maintain effectiveness and to have more of a life

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The news media has society in a stranglehold. Even if you actively choose to ignore political events, the media has a way of reeling you back in, through soundbites, captivating headlines, and lurid photos, most of it for a ‘progressive’ agenda. Then throw in the non-stop pitches for the array of all the newfangled products and services that you ‘ought’ to acquire.

Juggling all of our personal and professional responsibilities, along with the ever-represent ‘requirement’ to stay informed adds up to a world of complexity, which can confound and debilitate us.

Complexity is frustrating. It causes us to spend countless hours paying attention to what could be summarized in minutes or avoided altogether, and untold sums of money to diminish or undo what perhaps didn’t need to be done at all.

Complexity Won’t Subside

How does complexity show up in our lives? You’re frazzled by the staggering amount of technology already in your life. You need to find a manual to understand the manual that came with your computer.

You constantly find yourself immersed in a sea of technical terms, such as data relay, encryption, USB debugging, and CPU usage, that you would greatly prefer to not have encountered at all. You have no chance of understanding the two-dozen buttons on the remote control devices that come with your television set, DVR, DVD, Tivo, Dish, DirecTV and Roku.

Simply because you were born in the 1940s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, or 90s and are a functioning member of society, the relentless drumbeat of complexity continues every day. Yes, the world is complex, society is complex, and your life is complex, but antidotes that offer relief are available and they are within your grasp.

Designed with Intelligence?

Any product or service that you acquire, any piece of technology, or anything you add to your professional or personal life comes with instructions, options, and features that someone else – an engineer – designed before it ever made its way to you.

As author Vance Packard told us more than 60 years ago in The Waste Makers, when it comes to operating a gadget, what we think represents our own shortcomings is often erroneous. The manufacturer made many decisions before the product was ever shipped from the plant, involving the quality of materials to be used and the design and layout of the various switches, buttons, and dials that adorn the appliance. The intelligence with which engineers design a product dramatically impacts how easy or difficult it will be for the typical consumer to use it effectively.

Consider clothes dryers, microwave units, blenders, radio/alarm clocks, and DVD players. Some of them, mysteriously, have instructions too complicated and confusing to fathom, while others are easier to operate. Did you luck out, or did the engineer/designer back at the plant have something to do with it? Hereafter, seek products designed with intelligence.

Recognize that having fewer switches, buttons, or dials does not necessarily mean that the product is less sophisticated or offers fewer benefits or features. Quite the opposite might be true! Simplicity, rather than complexity, is your product preference among items that otherwise are relatively equal in terms of cost, durability, expected life cycle, and warranty. If one item has dozens of features, while another has only a handful (namely the ones you need!), choose the latter and don’t fret about a possible upgrade later.

Who’s the Boss? You Are

Purchasing items with excessive instructions and complex operating procedures invites complexity into your life. You’ve personally acquired most of what surrounds you and are largely responsible for your immediate environment.

Less, quite often, can be more in terms of the favorable impact on your life, peace of mind, and quality of leisure time. In an age where a satellite dish can bring 60,000+ programs per month to your television set, ask yourself, would 4,000 or 5,000 programs be sufficient?

When I face a technical challenge, I give that task to a younger person – someone who has grown up with technology and to whom it is second nature.

Keep Complexity at Bay

By making basic but effective purchases and identifying needed helpers, we can keep complexity at bay. We can dial down the level of complexity that otherwise surrounds us in order to maintain effectiveness and have more of a life.

Exercise your power to acquire fewer television channels, subscribe to fewer publications, select products with a greater ease of use, and remember who is in control. You are! Not the government, not the media, and not some unseen force.

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