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Western Culture is in Crisis


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Western culture is broken and in a state of decay. Our children are taught to hate their country, they are taught to check their “privilege” based on their skin colour and they are encouraged to explore their sexuality in kindergarten. They are indoctrinated and encouraged not to think critically of  themselves. They are confused and held in a constant state of fear by adults who should know better, peddling alarmism about viruses and climate change.

What happened to good old fashioned values and morals, where did they disappear, why aren’t they taught anymore and why have they been replaced with Marxist values using veiled terms like diversity, inclusion, and sustainability to poison their young minds.

Aesop was a Greek storyteller who wrote a number of fables known as “Aesop’s Fables”. His tales with their moral value, have long influenced our culture and civilisation. These fables contributed not only to the education and moral character building of children but also allowed adults to embrace the virtues and heed the warnings within.

Here’s an example… The Heron

A heron was walking sedately along the bank of a stream, his eyes on the clear water, and his long neck and pointed bill ready to snap up a likely morsel for his breakfast. The clear water swarmed with fish, but Master Heron was hard to please that morning.” No small fry for me”, he said. “Such scanty fare is not fit for a heron.” Now a fine young perch swam near. “No indeed,” said the heron. “I wouldn’t even trouble to open my beak for anything like that!” As the sun rose, the fish left the shallow water near the shore and swam below into the cool depths toward the middle. The heron saw no more fish, and very glad was he at last to breakfast on a tiny snail.

The moral of the story: Do not be too hard to suit or you may have to be content with the worst or with nothing at all.

Our society needs more Aesop for the children and less “Grooming” of children from alphabet activists, woke corporations, and Marxist teachers to arrest the steep decay of our morals and values.



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