Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Friday, June 4, 2010

Summarizing the Series So Far

I thought it worthwhile to take stock of what I've been writing on so far. I think a lot of these posts will be educational to those who haven't considered how deeply infiltrated the leftists are in our society.

Here is where we are in the "Don't Wait Until November" series:
Don't Wait#1 - Pull Your Kids Out of Public School - All our freedoms depend on it!
Don't Wait #2 - Cancel Your Newspaper Subscriptions
Don't Wait #3 - Pray

Here is a summary of our journey through the Soviet Subversion chart, also known as my Blogging Bezmenov series:

Ideas- Taking over the arena of ideas one institution at a time:

Religion & Politicization
Religion & Commercialization
Mass Culture

Structures - Taking over the legal, politcal, and protective infrastructure that governs and secures our land.
Our Government - Redefining Law and Order to the point of lawlessness
Our Protective Forces - Undermining our military and police
Social Relations - Rights vs. Obligations

For those who don't know what all this is about, Yuri Bezmenov was a KGB agent who worked in propaganda. He defected to the West and spent a good deal of  effort in the early 80s trying to warn America about what was coming down the pike. His story to us all is found via Useless Dissident's files and is called Love Letter to America. I've been writing about how his predictions have come true and where we stand now in each of these areas.

Here's the full video of his interview with G. Edward Griffin in 1984:


  1. I would never put my kids in a government school. When I taught religious education at my church (7th - 12th graders,) I was appalled at the level of their functioning. Most were functionally illiterate. Write a complete sentence? Forget it! That is if they could write at all. Mind you, these kids went to a "4 star" school which I'm sure was much better than most large city schools.

    Newspaper? Haven't had one of those dropped off at the house for at least 15 years. No cable TV. That went away about 20 years ago.

    And finally - I noticed your link to Gatto's book on education. I've been wanting to read that and, voila - there it is! FREE! How cool is that?

  2. Way to go! You're ahead of the curve! Check out Charlotte Iserbyt's "The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America" is also free online. It names names and documents the fool out of these people.

  3. You certainly don't stick to the uncontroversial stuff, do you? The left has infiltrated our society so far that I find myself having to question my own assumptions from time to time, just to be sure I'm not building some of my opinions on my indoctrination. My parents sent me to govt. schools, and tried to get me to send mine! Thankfully, blogs like this one, written by mothers brave enough to take on the lies, opened my eyes to the scope of it. (Spunky Homeschool was one of the first!) I always knew I was unhappy with the system, but I didn't really know there was anything I could do about it. By the time I popped out baby #1, I KNEW there was no way I was going to send my babies to those holes.

    Love your blog! I'll be reading you often, I'm sure. Thanks so much for commenting at Get Along Home. You're a blogger, so I'm sure you know how much comments mean! Happy blogging!

  4. Re: Deliberate Dumbing Down - will do!


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