Families, communities, and nations are stronger when parents can discern the truth about what is happening around them. Americans are deluged with information from all sides. The problem is that it is difficult to know what is fake news and what is the truth. The power to discern truth is important, and it helps to have trusted people who share it. One of the people that I trust is Victor Davis Hanson who shared ten things that an individual or nation would do to destroy the U.S.
First, you would surrender our prior energy independence….
Second, print trillions of dollars in new currency as the lockdowns end, demand rises, and consumers are already saturated with COVID-19 subsidies. Keep interest rates low … as you print more money….
Third, end America’s physical boundaries….
Fourth, destroy the public trust in its elections. Render Election Day irrelevant….
Fifth, redefine crime as one rich man’s crime, another poor man’s necessity….
Six, junk the ossified idea of a melting pot and multiracial society united by common American values and ideals….
Seven, render the United States just one of many nations abroad….
Eight, neuter the First Amendment….
Nine, demonize half the country as semi-fascists, un-Americans, insurrectionists, and even potential domestic terrorists….
Ten, never mention the origins of the COVID-19 virus. Never blame China for the release of the SARS-CoV-2 virus….
After listing the ten ways to destroy the United States, Hanson stated: “We have done all of the above.” He continued, “It would be hard to imagine any planned agenda to destroy America that would have been as injurious as what we already suffered the past two years.”
I agree with Hanson on his ten items. I do not believe in coincidences or conspiracies. I do believe that there are individuals, organizations, and nations that wish to destroy the United States. I believe that the Biden administration is purposely working with them. Parents must open their eyes to discern what is really happening in our nation, and do what they can to strengthen their family, community, and nation.
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