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The Communist Culture of Hate
Hate is an emotion that must be learned. No one is born with the desire to hate, yet here we are hating each other and allowing 535 people in Congress, 4500 people in the CFR, the IMF, the UN, the media, and Hollywood to determine that we should hate each other while giving them the power to control over 300 million people.
‘You have to be taught to hate before you are 6, 7, or 8.’ That was a line from a song in the musical South Pacific. How true. No child ever came out of the womb and said, ‘I hate Blacks, Jews, Christians, Asians, or Conservatives.’ Hatred is an emotion that must be learned, drummed into your head so everything you do is immersed in the prism of hate.
Let’s understand first that this new political game is all about power, not the environment, children, animals, health or humanity, etc. It is all about power. They want it. You are in the way because the only way to get power from you is if you give it to them. 10,000 people have decided they are richer, smarter, and more powerful than the rest of us and therefore, must make all of the decisions to control every aspect of our lives.
If we continue to allow these massive lies and manipulations of the truth to continue, the America you know and love will be unrecognizable. Join host Karen Schoen with a stellar lineup of guests to explore Communism’s future in America, our education system, and our broken election system:
Chris Wright is an independent liberty activist who travels in Tea Party and libertarian circles. Wright started the grassroots ‘Champions of the Constitution’ network to push back on enemies of the Constitution (now in 15 states). His website Liberato.us is now home to the Muslim Oath Project which seeks to expose Muslim politicians as sharia supremacists and enemies of the Constitution. Websites: www.Liberato.US, www.Spider-and-the-Fly.com.
Jennifer Zeng was born in Sichuan province, China in 1966. She was arrested four times and held as a prisoner of conscience in a labor camp for a year. In the camp, she was physically and mentally abused, and subjected to attempted brainwashing and electroshock treatment. She fled China in 2001 for Australia, wrote a book about her experiences, and eventually settled in the United States. There is also a documentary about her life. You can find Jennifer’s current reporting on China and her other work on the web at JenniferZengBlog.com, Youtube, and SubscribeStar.
Scott Catino is an educator, veteran, and author of The Aggressors: Ho Chi Minh, North Vietnam, and the Communist Bloc. He is a Fulbright Scholar and a U.S. State Department Visiting Scholar to Saudi Arabia and Beijing University. He has briefed U.S. intelligence agencies on communist techniques and is currently an assistant professor at Liberty University Online in Virginia.
Is America worth saving? If not you, who? If not now, when?
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Former candidate for Florida House, director of the Panhandle Patriots, and an advisor to Florida Citizens Alliance. My life and work experiences have given me an in-depth understanding of education and its effect on our students, economy, and country. My focus as an educator is connecting the dots. My business experiences in marketing brought me to multiple industries like telecommunication, insurance, real estate, mortgages, financial, fashion, Wall Street, Main Street. Here I learned that everything is connected. Nothing is random. Everything has a plan. All plans are based on lies. I believe that applying the knowledge is power. You can be a champion or a victim; you can’t be both. Ask yourself: Is America worth saving? If yes, then what will you help save the republic? Doing nothing is affirmation.