Red Diaper Babies for All: A Marxist Re-Definition of the Family

Our culture cannot normalize homosexuality and redefine marriage and family, which it has done in the last few years, without losing the good Creator’s humanizing notions of male and female, and of father and mother and of the natural family. Should this movement succeed, the destiny of our children and grandchildren will be life under a Oneist, godless, totalitarian rule of self-appointed, “all-knowing” communist tyrants, mere sinful human beings, proudly sitting in the place of God, denying his existence in everything they do.

(Peter Jones – truthxchange)  David Horowitz, a “red diaper baby” (that is, raised by Communist parents), as well as a post-diaper, fully-committed, red Marxist student leader at Berkeley in the 1960s, is now an intellectual Jewish agnostic, whose recent book, Dark Agenda: The War to Destroy Christian America, exposes the Left’s hatred of Christianity….

This non-Christian academic is struck by the Left’s deliberate undermining of America’s Christian foundations, for which Horowitz, in later life, developed a deep admiration. He notes that God is consistently omitted from public discourse, and that children are no longer taught Early American History. This de-Christianizing system is working. He convincingly states: “If you do not know where you come from, you do not know where you are going.” How true this is for our millennial generation. He cites the leftist humanist, John Dunphy, who observes unapologetically: “The battle for mankind’s future must be waged in the public school classroom, which must become an arena of conflict between…the rotting corpse of Christianity and the new faith of humanism.”

Horowitz unexpectedly cites the influential ideas of an early Christian heretic, Pelagius, (AD 354 – 418) who believed humans were born good. This, notes Horowitz, is the same belief that characterizes both present-day progressivism and the ideals of Marx and Lenin, convinced as they were that human beings can create a this–worldly utopian society. (All such attempts have to this day become hell on earth.) Horowitz admires the realism and honesty of the original Puritans, who affirmed that since human beings are flawed, their political creations are similarly flawed and thus in need of democratic checks and balances. In January 2009, ex-Marxist Horowitz heard rumbling echoes of the dangerous utopian optimism he knew from his youth. In that year, in his presidential address, Barack Obama promised to “fundamentally transform America.” View article →


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