DEAR EDITOR:

The globalists in this country and around the world have been trying to eradicate the nation-state. One of the strategies is to emasculate history. Since our history is founded on Judeo-Christian principles, these principles have to be eliminated.

Recently, in a debate at the European Union in Brussels, an Italian member was addressing the issue of England’s imminent departure vote from the EU on Oct 31. He made the ridiculous claim that the EU had saved Europe from the Nazis in WWII.

Nigel Farage, one of the British representatives and the founder of the Brexit Party, started laughing uncontrollably. The Italian speaker became enraged, and called him scurrilous names. When Representative Farage stopped laughing, and took the mike, he ignored the personal attacks.

Instead, Mr. Farage demanded that the speaker apologizes to the United States, who had made tremendous sacrifices in two wars to save Europe. And also to the British for the 30,000 troops buried in Italy.

Recently, in North Carolina at a YMCA camp, a minister presented a Bible story about Noah. Out of the 100+ children present, only 6 children knew who Noah was. Anecdotally, a prominent equity feminist professor, Carmen Paglia at a post-graduate class in college, was shocked when she discovered that not one student knew who Moses was!

We have members of Congress who have said that “something happened on 9/11.” Did something happen on December 7th, 1941? Our older citizens know exactly what happened on both days. Both of these “days of infamy” are horrific memories. This statement demonstrates the depth of the historical ignorance promulgated by elements, even in Congress, that are actively seeking to change America and the world into their image.

The intentional sabotage of our educational system should become a priority of our leadership. There is already an abandonment of freedom of speech and thought on our campuses. Ask a student.

These seditious members of the educational industrial complex who are embedded in our public schools should be outed for their attempts at robbing our future citizens of the rich history that forms the basis of the greatest society in history!

President John F. Kennedy in 1961 before the Canadian Parliament quoted Edmond Burke who said that” the only thing necessary for evil to succeed is for good men to do nothing!

Jim Cole

Marietta

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