Last updated on July 31st, 2022 at 06:38 am
Vladimir Lenin and his fellow communists, once they violently took over Russia in 1917, knew what they had to do next to secure their victory: indoctrinate Russian children as soon as possible in communist ideology. As Lenin famously said: “Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted.” (He also said: “Give me just one generation of youth, and I will transform the whole world.”)
LGBT activists understand the wisdom of Lenin’s words and are doing all they can to indoctrinate our children as young as possible in their radical LGBT ideology. Evidence of this everywhere. For example, “family friendly” Disney is actively opposing a new Florida law that prohibits teachers from indoctrinating students as young as five in LGBT ideology. The toy maker Mattel is marketing drag queen figurines and transgender Barbie dolls to very young children. Target is proudly selling LGBT-themed baby and toddler clothing. And just this past weekend a gay bar in Dallas, Texas, hosted a “family friendly” drag show targeted at children entitled “Drag Your Kids to Pride.” At the event children threw dollar bills at scantily-clad drag queens and went on stage with them. Prominently displayed at the venue was the neon sign “It’s not going to lick itself.” I do not know at whom we should be more angry: the gay bar for hosting the event or the deranged parents who took their children to it.
What is prominent in all of these grooming efforts is the attempt to indoctrinate children as young as possible. (Indeed, the Mattel drag queen figurines are targeted to children as young as one.) Why is the LGBT lobby targeting young children? Because LGBT activists want to capture the minds of children before reason and experience can lead them to question and reject the incoherent and debauched LGBT ideology.
So this Pride Month, when the grooming efforts of radical LGBT ideologues and their allies in Big Business, Big Sports, Big Tech, and the media are on full display, we need to do all we can to protect our children. And we also need to make our voices heard by writing letters to newspapers, by calling and boycotting offending companies, and by spreading the word to our friends and families. We need to do all we can because the most precious thing in the world is at stake: our children.
Picture: “Lenin Reading to Children” by Askhat Safargalin, 1967
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