Last week, James Dobson released Family Talk’s November newsletter and suffice it to say that he is more worried about the impending collapse of America than he has ever been.
Dobson notes that he spent a great deal of time watching the news while recovering from his recent horse-riding accident and became convinced that we are seeing an “undeniable decline in the American culture” that will spell doom for this nation if it is not quickly reversed.
Dobson extensively cites and quotes Pat Buchanan’s new book “Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025?” as he concludes that efforts to secularize our society are at the root of the nation’s impending collapse, which is demonstrated by the fact that President Obama has shown support for the Occupy Wall Street movement, which is “Marxist in tone and implementation”:
We are witnessing an unprecedented campaign to secularize our society and “de-moralize” our institutions from the top down. The effort, now in its fifth decade, has been enormously successful. Most forms of prayer have been declared unconstitutional in the nation’s schools. The Ten Commandments have been prohibited on school bulletin boards. Secular universities are blatantly hostile to Christian precepts, and the media screams “Foul!” whenever someone speaks openly of his beliefs. In this wonderful Land of the Free, we have gagged and bound all of our public officials, our teachers, our elected representatives, and our judges. Since we have effectively censored their expressions of faith in public life, the predictable is happening: a generation of young people is growing up with very little understanding of the spiritual principles on which our country was founded. And we wonder why so many of them can kill, steal, take drugs, and engage in promiscuous sex with no pangs of conscience. We have taught them that right and wrong are arbitrary – subjective – changing. They learned their lessons well.
A recent poll of the Wall Street protesters, conducted by Doug Shoen, indicates that 98 percent of these revolutionaries support civil disobedience to achieve their goals, and 31 percent would support violence to advance their agenda. Yet, the President of the United States has expressed support for their movement. It is Marxist in tone and implementation.