It’s obviously no secret that the entertainment media has “had it in for America” for a long time. The insidious and incremental propagation of moral ambivalence over the last several decades has succeeded in poisoning the minds and spirits of millions.
Whether we’re speaking of films, television, popular music and radio, books, or the Internet, the power brokers of the entertainment industry have their lubricated tentacles in all of it.
One of the things I’ve found disturbing is that while there are a few organizations that address these issues (such as the Parents Television Council), there don’t seem to be nearly as many people engaged on this front as there ought to be, considering the threat and the stakes involved.
What media producers offer to adults is bad enough, but as the puke-gutted, commie Marxist scum have always known: The children are the future. This is why there has been such a proliferation of television for young children, teens, and preteens featuring sexual deviance, gender ambiguity, the legitimization of drug use, the occult, and 22 year-old Los Angeles bisexuals pretending to be 400 year-old, terminally sardonic, oh-so-troubled European vampires.
The fact is, if you have minor children and you haven’t taken nearly all of the following precautions…
…then your kids are at extreme risk of getting sucked into moral decay and degeneracy. Too many parents – even religiously observant ones who believe they’re extremely conscientious – raise their kids on autopilot. “What’s wrong with TV? I grew up with it…”
Yet they’ve been so occupied just trying to make a living (which the puke-gutted, commie Marxist scum have made more and more difficult) that they don’t know just how bad entertainment media has become.
It is likely that we’ll wind up focusing more on TV and movies here than other media, since these were the most ubiquitous before the amoral progressive slime thoroughly corrupted them, (their popularity being the very reason that the amoral progressive slime chose these in the first place).
– Erik Rush, Editor-in-Chief
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