From the time we are children until our dying day, we will find ourselves subjected to ridicule and hate when we dare to stand for what is right. And when it happens, we also painfully discover that decent bystanders are often silenced by fear.
All it takes is one bully accompanied by a few noisy and nasty cohorts to intimidate the multitude of honest players scattered across the playground.
Our present culture is steeped in moral relativism and a devaluation of the sexual intimacy that was designed to be reserved for marriage, thanks to a media culture that has been controlled largely by five large conglomerates. They have designed and scripted virtually everything we have seen, listened to on the radio, watched on television and in the movies, and read over the last several decades. Their influence is so complete that one can scarcely go through a day without having sex of every kind brought into our homes through seemingly innocent comedy shows, commercials, textbooks, music and even children’s fiction.
It has long been the goal of homosexual activists and the Hollywood elite to destroy the timeless truths of marriage, of family, and of purity. And because their voices are everywhere, their ubiquitous doctrine has become mistaken for public consensus. Like the bully on the playground and his minions, this small gang of activists and power mongers have caused the masses to lose their public voice in defending what they know is right. By subjecting national leaders who dare to speak up about protecting marriage to constant media ridicule, and by calling them “bigots” and “homophobes”, they have caused many other Americans who believe in marriage – who are unsettled in their stomachs about redefining the timeless institution – to simply shrug their shoulders and fall silent.
How To Save Your Family and Your America
Do not be silenced. Learn the facts and arguments that support what you know to be true. Refuse to be intimidated or overpowered by the bullies.
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