I read an article by Dennis Prager and noted interesting analysis of the background for a second civil war.  Actually, this has been going on for some time and first manifested itself in a major way in the coverage of the Vietnam war.  (I will grant that themes were starting to change in the 60’s in popular television shows)  Consider the difference between the facts of the battle and Walter Cronkite’s presentation.  The media and education as well as entertainment have been the vehicles for changing society.

As for the need to battle, the problem with conservatives and those freedom loving Americans is that we are busy living our lives and not spending work time protesting this and that.  The concept that this is actually a war is not in the conservative psyche yet.  Once it is, though, I agree with the commenters that any hot war will be short lived.  That said, however, I don’t see much in the concept of replacement of those cultural forces causing the disruption (teachers, entertainers, news-crews).  That replacement and long-time training will be required to reset the culture to a more sustainable, conservative, freedom-loving, responsible-adult culture.  After all, kids have been taught for decades about the evils of the United States and taught to hate this country.  They are now adults acting out the training received.  Change won’t happen in a few years.  It will take a few decades. It also won’t happen until conservatives and freedom-loving Americans recognize the need to be in the battle.

Lastly, we will need a judiciary accepting the defense of our original institutions.  Many of the liberal infections in this country have come by way of the judiciary as regular legislation would not support such changes.  This includes all up to the Supreme Court which erroneously stated that the government could force an individual to purchase another individual’s product.  (Just as a quick example)

Advertisements