Skip to comments.Selling Drugs and Revolution to Children in America
Posted on 06/13/2009 4:53:36 AM PDT by el marco
El Marco's new photo essay exposes how the Denver Art Museum is promoting LSD and radical revolution to today's generation of children. This in-depth study uncovers how a public institution is undermining the city it is supposed to serve. The shocking history of the Psychedelic Movement in San Francisco is juxtaposed with real tragedy in today's recovery community in Denver.
Personally I would be a lot less resistant to decriminalization of marijuana (ONLY marijuana) if the pro legalization crowd would take a long hard look at their backing and ask themselves what it means. Do they really believe that George Soros only wants what’s best for them?
The GOP as a whole really needs to be asking themselves if they really want this dirty money as well.
I wish I could tell you I was surprised. But I can’t.
Those of us on the right often treat the left like a mere nuisance, much as we’d treat a mosquito disrupting our sleep. An annoyance, I daresay.
But make NO mistake about it, there is a deep core on the far, far left (just as there is on the far, far right I would suggest) that is solely interested in destroying the civil society, the cultural norms, that most of us embrace.
Just as there are the one tenth of one percent of way out there right wingers who advocate only “god knows what,” (and teach their kids that way!) there is an equal number of nutjobs who subscribe to this crap. Note how I did not say “teach their kids this way.” It was purposeful. These lefties tend to proselytize and not procreate. They suck in middle class kids who’ve never been exposed to this crap and are intrigued by it. It’s different, thus it’s “cool.”(Go back and read the bios on the Manson crowd! All white, middle class kids, without a f*cking care in the world.)
I don’t know when this day is going to come, but I feel like it’s going to be sooner rather than later, but the left is going to have to be confronted. And I mean in a big and meaningful way. We are going to have to present them with a choice, and a clear one at that:
Community or Anarchy.
It’s going to be one or the other.
Good piece. I wonder if the murder confession is genuine? And if it is officially unsolved?
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