In response to Laura Perrins: Christian sports stars? Burn ’em!
Paul Weston wrote:
In the 1930s the Communist International (Comintern) made very clear their long-term plan for the non-Communist West, which was essentially to promote certain things and critique certain things. And here we are today, playing out the subversive plan. It is too big an issue for a simple comment, but every aspect of culture and value inherent in the formation of Western civilisation must be attacked whilst the subversive/destructive cultural opposites are promoted. The Comintern labelled this Critical Theory. We call it political correctness gone mad, but it is far more sinister than that. Taken to its theoretical conclusion it means the destruction of the traditional West. One easy way to realise this is that the Communist rulers in Communist countries behaved (in cultural terms) the polar opposite to the Communist sympathisers in non-Communist countries. Communism in the Soviet Union could be best described as cultural conservatism operating under a command economy whilst Western democracies slowly morphed into cultural subversion operating under a capitalist economy. Post-Communist societies were very different to pre-Communist societies in this regard. And for a very simple reason, we had to be culturally destroyed before we would accept revolutionary salvation.
Christianity and the family were top of the list for subversion, hence where we are today. The truly perverse thing here is that Communism is over in Eastern and Central Europe, but subversive Communism is still very much alive in Western Europe, so even though the ‘end’ was brought crashing down between 1989-1991 we are still living through ‘the end justifies the means’.