By: Cliff Kincaid
Paul Kengor’s new book, Takedown: From Communists to Progressives, How the Left Has Sabotaged Family and Marriage, examines “cultural Marxism,” the application of Marxism to culture rather than the economic sphere. Kengor’s book, available from WorldNetDaily and other sites, outlines how this movement to “fundamentally transform” America has reached its zenith under the presidency of Barack Obama and the Democratic Party. Things have happened so quickly, he notes, that “everyday Americans” have even been conditioned to embrace major aspects of this revolutionary change.
2 thoughts on “The Marxist/Gay “Takedown” of America”
These mentally ill people should not be called gay–but rather Sodomites!
Paul Kengor mentioned that we will be hearing from the children who have grown up in some type of LBGT household. They are already beginning to speak out. Katy Faust, raised by lesbians, has a number of clips on YouTube. (BTW, can we stop calling it “gay”? How “gay” is the take-down of Western culture?)
Go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P8dVZ8GoJhE, but the other clips with her are also great. I feel that her clips can reach a lot of people if she has sufficient publicity.
Six people, including Katy, submitted a total of three amicus briefs to the Supreme Court of the United States. All were raised in LBGT households, all speak from personal experience, and all oppose the legalization of same-sex marriage. The three briefs are at: http://www.supremecourt.gov/ObergefellHodges/AmicusBriefs/14-556_Robert_Oscar_Lopez_and_BN_Klein.pdf
(When I mention these briefs to those who favor same-sex marriage, the response is that they are only six people. It seems that we’ll have to learn from painful experience what has been obvious to all of humanity up until now.)
Robert Oscar Lopez, mentioned above, has written many articles about the LBGT movement. Just do a search for his name. Dawn Stefanowicz, also mentioned above, wrote a book, “Out From Under” about her experience with a homosexual father.
For a site about third-party reproduction, go to http://anonymousus.org. This is a site for people conceived by sperm or egg donation to tell their personal stories.