As one who was weaned on Saturday morning cartoons in the 70’s, I can still vividly remember when the number “3” truly was a magic number.
Don’t get me wrong. Three still is a magic number. Especially for Christians, as outlined in the wonderfully innocent yet educational Schoolhouse Rock video. The homage starts in the first few seconds with “Somewhere in the ancient mystic Trinity”, undoubtedly referring to the Christian Doctrine of God’s Triumvirate Nature of Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. It follows up with the three theological virtues of “Faith, Hope, and Charity”. A little later we have a melody that would be considered “hate speech” by today’s standards –
“A man and woman had a little baby… yes they did. They had three in the family. That’s a magic number.”
Heck, the entire video is a master class in hard truths and rock-solid facts of life. A tricycle has three wheels. A table needs three legs to stand. Every triangle has three sides. “No more, no less. You don’t have to guess.”
A man and woman make a little baby.
If you’re wondering where you might be able to acquire that Schoolhouse Rock collection, you could borrow mine but I think you’d prefer to order it online for keepsies. Trust me, it’ll be a collectors item for those who get the gist of the video; of where we were as a culture, and where we’re headed.
“Throuple” is just the latest attack on the nuclear family
That said, I personally wouldn’t suggest you go through Amazon, though. Not because they’re not stocked up on it. But purely because of the role the multinational monstrosity is playing in swinging a sledgehammer at Truth.
IFAMnews.com’s Joseph Grabowski, just two weeks ago, brought to light Amazon’s recent and egregious “cancelling” of the best-seller When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment by conservative scholar and Ethics & Public Policy Center President, Dr. Ryan T. Anderson.
And in front of our very eyes, the powers-that-be are attempting to co-opt the number “3”.
Just last week, I happened upon an article in the New York Post with the headline of a “Gay Poly Throuple” making history. Already aware of the “throuple” phenomena chugging along in our culture, I knew that the article was being disingenuous from the get-go. The history was actually made some four years ago in 2017. Even by current mainstream media news standards, this story is “old hat”.
But then, we’ve come to know that anything that gets pushed through the MSM doesn’t happen by chance. No. This is a purposeful plot to further an agenda.
I knew this on the first day I noticed the article in the New York Post back on March 1st. That first day, there were three search hits which headlined on the “history being made” when the story is actually about the fact that a book chronicling the “throuple’s” journey would be going on sale March 9th.
Strangely enough, that same day, I noticed a story on Jada Pinkett Smith being in a “polyamorous throuple”. The byline read “Three is a magic number, after all.”
Needless to say, it captured my attention as I was well aware of the history surrounding that odd Hollywood couple. What was a little strange is that I had never before heard of “throuple” being associated with Jada and Will Smith. Rumours always swirled about the couple engaging in an “open marriage”, which is more than a little troubling on its own merit.
No. This write up on Jada Pinkett Smith dealt with her being in a “throuple” and it was part of a larger presentation which she hosted on a Facebook Watch show called Red Table Talk,
The article begins this way –
“During the show, Jada said that she knew when she married Will that his ex-wife, Sheree Zampino, would be a big part of their relationship. Will and Sheree share a son together, and Jada revealed that she understands the importance of their relationship to each other.
In the video, Pinkett Smith states “You know what’s so interesting, though? Why it’s so not foreign to me too is that I’ve had a non-sexual throuple for years with Sheree. When you have your husband that is taking care of another woman and spending time with another woman, it’s the same thing.””
Deceptively, Pinkett Smith re-defines Will Smith’s “shared custody” relationship with his ex-wife into something called a “non-sexual throuple”.
It’s just insanity dressed up in social media “coffee talk”.
But the timing is impeccable, isn’t it? In the following days after the original “throuple” story, other sites started jumping on the bandwagon with headlines promoting the “reproductive struggle”, and hence, the book-selling bonanza that it is actually trying to encourage.
The goal; worldwide attention… and acceptance
The Jada Pinkett Smith video was perfectly placed. But the junket started in earnest weeks before, with this appearance on Australia’s Channel 7 morning show –
Australia. After all, this confusion has got to reach all four corners of the earth.
The “throuple” believes they are the first in all of America to venture into this uncharted – and unbelievably damaging – territory. Up here in Canada, the movement took similar shape with this development in June 2018 in Newfoundland and Labrador.
What can we possibly expect from this outcome? Well, for certain, an entire generation of confused children who have been veered away from science and reason into a wasteland of confusion and perverse ideology. We can expect children like poor Jaden Smith.
But the ideologues can also expect something, themselves. They can expect that right-reasoning, stalwart defenders of innocence and proper education will continue to work for the greater good. They will not be silenced.
At last check – and surprisingly enough – the Schoolhouse Rock collection is still for sale on Amazon. However, I’m not sure for how much longer.