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

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Saving America: Step 1

I don't like to complain about things without offering solutions. So here is the first in what I hope will be a multi-part series. And now..
Step 1 - Turn off the TV

That's right, I want you to get up, go to your phone and call Comcast, Charter, AT&T Uverse, DirecTV, Dish Network, etc. and cancel your television subscription. There. Is. Nothing. On. I repeat again, there. is. nothing. on. Ok? Why are you paying $50 and up for you an your family to be indoctrinated? Or do you enjoy having "hard-on" pills and mild-altering drugs marketed to your kids? How did the Japanese hold on to their unique culture and avoid Western demoralization? They didn't let them get their foot in the door and shot anyone trying to bring in foreign ideas. While the rightness of that might be debatable, the principle works. I turned off my TV over a year ago and don't miss it one bit. In fact, if I visit a relatives home with TV on, I nearly have a panic attack because it is sooo annoying.

Some poor people out there will notice a corporation like Home Depot sponsoring gay day parades and say they ought to be boycotted. Well, that doesn't affect them at all because every Fortune 500 company advocates gay rights and environmentalism. Please send me examples of those that don't because I would love to highlight them as exceptions that prove the rule.

Not only will you be able to reclaim your time for study and family togetherness, you will be able to divest some of your hard-earned money from the cable and satellite corporations who are in league with those collectivists who seek to "communize" our country. Observe the following map wherein I illustrate what other groups and corporations the executives and board members of these TV purveyors are into.

Click here to explore
For those of you who are in the know, you won't be surprised to find the big bailout banks, government officials, and other Fortune 500 execs represented here. I forgot to put it on, but there is also a fair representation of CFR members and Citigroup execs. It doesn't take a majority of us to cut them off for them to take notice. A 5-10% drop in subscriptions will get their notice. If you haven't seen my series on the demoralization, featuring Yuri Bezmenov, you ought to check it out to see how TV is a tool of propaganda for the collectivists.

You can still get a Netflix account and control what you watch. There are no icky commercials that flash up before you can change the channel. Plus, I've got hours of educational and interesting videos right here to keep you interested and informed! This is just step one, but an important one to taking back your valuable time and keeping agents of demoralization out of your home.

Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you.  II Corinthians 6:17


  1. I don't know many people will take your advice; but it is seriously good advice. So many people are addicted to their TVs they can no longer be bothered with reading and thinking for themselves. You are right, in that all MSM and TV media is used to dumb down America and prepare them for the coming socialist/statist utopia. WAKE-UP AMERICA!

  2. It is VERY good advice. Did that years ago. Now I nearly lose my mind when I visit relatives, same as you. It's just so ON. Always present, and always preempting and interrupting conversation. I. Hate. Television. It numbs minds, it manipulates feelings, it ruins attention spans, it trains us to avoid reality by entertaining ourselves.

  3. Amen! Living overseas the past few years forced me to turn to the internet for my news. It was the best thing that ever happened to me.

  4. Count me in. You might enjoy this video of The Slime

    Frank was a major lib but he had some good insights. 1970's

  5. I rid myself of TV last December. Best decision I've made in a long time.

    You are right: There Is Nothing On. And just as I don't read newspapers anymore, I would never willingly listen to network "news".

    I now read books, do chores, listen to music, blog, visit people, take naps, play with the dog (and cats), etc.

    Good advice,I heartily second it.

  6. Got the pleasure of telling a TV service peddler that I hated TV last night. Thanks for dropping by - I have added you to my roll.


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