What do these stories have in common?
I could easily list more stories like this, but these are enough to make the point. They are all explained by this quote:
Destroy the family, you destroy the country.
In short, they demonstrate the effects of a deliberate attempt to destroy the family unit in America (you can add welfare and an attack on the Judea/Christian faith to this list of anti-family programs pushed by our Marxist-dominated government bureaucracy.)
It is very easy for us to forget that history drives the present and, as such, it is never as far in the past as we believe. Case in point: Lenin died in 1924 – 1924! That’s the same year Woodrow Wilson died, and look how he still influences the events of today. Now, consider that Lenin’s prize pupil, Stalin, was alive and actively working to subvert this nation until 1953. That means we could have people in our government and social institutions right now who were literally taught by the man who learned his ideology directly from its inventor, Lenin. Now, did the past suddenly get any closer for you? It should, because what the stories I just posted represent is the culmination of Stalin’s plan to destroy the US, a plan most likely learned from Lenin.