Curtis Dahlgren
GENDER WARS: It's time to push back on the "True Believers" on the lunatic Left
By Curtis Dahlgren
August 30, 2019

"Heterosexuality just isn't working." - NBC news

"THE ASSAULT ON THE SEXES" by Jim and Andrea Fordham was published in 1977 and I'm just getting around to reading it. It was prophetic. An excerpt:

"Feminist writer Gabrielle Burton says that women's lib is seeking the most radical revolution of all, because 'it is challenging the nuclear family structure, monogamy, . . . our ways of thinking . . '

"Most people simply can't believe the radicals want to bring such extreme changes to our lives. The fact is they do . . In 1975, writer Haynes Johnson reported that a team of computer scientists at MIT [were] developing a computer model of the socio-economic behavior of Americans . . . In Professor Forrester's view of this future, 'laws, attitudes, expectations . . traditions, religions and government and corporate activities must all change' – not might or should – but must . . And oh yes, they want a reexamination of 'the overly simplistic view of right and [wrong]' that they say has been fostered by the churches." [end excerpt]

CD: It wasn't just MIT. This was the doxology, the ORTHODOXY in the faculty lounges all over this country, starting in earnest in the 1960s. They tried to hide it from the taxpayers though. TODAY they are totally out of the closet. They figure (wrongly) that taxpayers can be manipulated now, after more than 60 years of brain-washing college students with social engineering. And it's a world-wide philosophy among "the best and brightest" so-called.

P.S. If heterosexuality "isn't working," it's only that "our people" aren't having enough babies to replenish the population of the country. A conservative just got accused of "racist bigotry" for saying that. He didn't mean just white people; he said "our people" PERIOD (oh, and he's an American who married a lady of Indian ethnicity – as in India). He was accused of meaning just white people weren't having enough babies.

SO WHO ARE THE BIGOTS, THE "INTOLERANT" ONES? If this is "racism," the word has totally lost all meaning. Falsely accusing anyone of racism is the worst kind of it. Haynes Johnson further wrote:

"They callenge virtually every assumption of the American experience . . rethinking our religious and humanitarian traditions, rejecting the belief that size and economic growth are a virtue . . "

This is why O'Boma said that 2 percent growth was "the new normal"! These Ivy League types dearly want to "manage our decline," and they STARTED it decades ago. And they have every intention of rewriting our history, both past and future!!

That's why I coined the term "Academaniacs."

And now a word or two from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., August 28, 1963:

"With this faith, we will be able to hew out of the mountain of despair a stone of hope. With this faith, we will be able to transform the jangling discords of our nation into a beautiful symphony of brotherhood. With this faith, we will be able to work together, to pray together, to struggle together, to go to jail together, to stand up for freedom together, knowing that we will be free one day . . . " [when people had thicker skin, courage, and people were to be judged by their character, not the color of the skin (today's snowflakes wouldn't have been worth much in the Civil Rights effort, would they?).]

Never forget that MLK was a minister, as were many of his colleagues, and the "faith" he was referring to included his religious faith! Anti-history, anti-religion academaniacs leave out that minor detail of America's history!

Remember, good things happen when good people "get involved." It's time to get mad.

© Curtis Dahlgren


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Curtis Dahlgren is semi-retired in southern Wisconsin, and is the author of "Massey-Harris 101." His career has had some rough similarities to one of his favorite writers, Ferrar Fenton... (more)


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