And they wonder why normal people can’t stand today’s nooze media.
So institutions like church and family are obsolete and “backward-looking,” and so are you for believing in them, we don’t need police or a military–oh, the things you can say when you’re as ignorant as that!–and you’re a real old fogey if you stand up for the national anthem. And you’re a racist, too. And we can only make what she calls “progress” if we do away with all these things.
Why even mention this?
Because we need to be mindful of just how warped, twisted, and depraved a lot of our national big shots really are, no matter how hard it is to believe. Because they have the media and the schools, and every day and every night, preach their anti-human message to, well, tens of millions in our schools and colleges, and I don’t care to guess how many watch their TV broadcasts. Too many, I’d say. The increasingly shabby state of our culture suggests that they’re having some success in their efforts to destroy it.
What I say unto you, I say unto all: watch. –Mark 13:37
I understand why people think we’ve living in the Last Days, in the run-up to the Apocalypse, as described in Revelation. We’re living in an age of freaks and weirdos, with powerful and wealthy institutions promoting wickedness for all they’re worth.
Walt Disney’s movies and cartoons were a big part of my childhood. Who didn’t love Mickey Mouse? Donald Duck? Dumbo? What kid didn’t watch the Disney television shows?
This is a film intended for children. To teach them that “gay is great,” I guess. Like they teach them in the public schools. Like parents allow strangers to teach them. Why do they allow it? Don’t ask me. Ask the Bible. Romans Chapter One, the part about reprobate minds.
This is evil, this is poison, and those of us who oppose it have no power to stop it. We can’t get at the controls of the runaway train.
What can we do? More to the point, what will God do?
What I say unto you I say unto all: Watch! –Mark 13:37