Generation Cedar

The family, at large, is falling apart–this we know.

But what you may not know is that there are actually groups of people claiming that what we perceive as a social crisis–that is the high divorce rate, children born out of wedlock, etc., is a “triumph” for the human rights movement.

“A leader in the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has declared that the breakdown of traditional families, far from being a “crisis,” is actually a triumph for human rights.” Life Site

Listen a little more closely…

“In the eyes of conservative forces, these changes mean that the family is in crisis,” he said. “In crisis? More than a crisis, we are in the presence of a weakening of the patriarchal structure, as a result of the disappearance of the economic base that sustains it and because of the rise of new values centered in the recognition of fundamental human rights.”

Basically, it’s just us kooky conservatives with our “narrow-minded view” that the ideal family is a mother, father and children, who think something is wrong. Silly us. We just need to be enlightened, I guess.

(By the way, the curriculum in our government school systems have already been moving toward this–removing all traces of references to “Mom and Dad” lest we offend, and adding positive reference to homosexual relationships.)

Dare I see the “f” word? Feminism–and all its cohorts are to blame for this warped way of thinking. It’s a natural progression. In the name of “rights”, we have elevated woman to a level of rebellion against any structure that threatens to “limit” her.

Now that she’s free to throw off the yoke of marriage on a whim, she’s too educated to stay home and invest in the future of her children, and we’ve finally broken the social stigmas that would require her to need a husband in order to start a family–why wouldn’t the family as we know it break down?

And what are they left to say except, “This is a good thing”? After all, this is what they created. To admit we have problems, is to admit they have failed.

So they’ll keep their heads buried in the sand and clap at each divorce–another “triumph”, while ignoring the blatant destruction all around us as a result of the collapsing family.

Christians, gird up your family and your children. They may be the only ones left standing.

Thank you, Daja, for sending me that link.

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12 Responses

  1. I always wonder what feminists think about the next generation? Do they think that the daycare system is good enough to raise their children to be great people? Surely not!? But if they are too educated to be in the home I guess they aren’t really focused on the next generation but only on themselves and their lives…so sad.

  2. That is so sad. Let’s hope this sort of thinking will stay in an extreme camp, rather than finding its way into the mainstream.

  3. I think that as our society disintegrates, the feminists’ chickens will come home to roost.

    Feminists want a world without men, or think they do? Look at these verses: Isaiah 3:16-26, which show that God doesn’t like proud women; and on to Isaiah 4:1, which reads: “And in that day seven women shall take hold of one man, saying, We will eat our own bread, and wear our own apparel: only let us be called by thy name, to take away our reproach.”

    In other words, a day came for Israel when because of war, there were so few men that the women were willing to share a husband and pay for their own food and clothing rather than bear the shame and reproach of being unwed and childless.

    According to The Pulpit Commentary, a nation’s strong men are her present joy, her defense, and her hope for the future. A nation dismisses that truth at its own peril.

    Well, we aren’t losing our men to war (at least not now), but we are losing them to emasculization in one way or another.

    Feminists are proud now, but one day their chickens will come home to roost. Human nature doesn’t change.

  4. Amen, Civilla.
    This is disgusting, and yet more proof that this nation has given way to a collective reprobate mind.

  5. Oh dear. I don’t see how a break-down in family relations is anything to celebrate. But should we really be so surprised? Stay-at-home mothers and/or wives are constantly looked-down upon; as if we should have something to be ashamed about – and heaven forbid if a mother chooses to home school who own children! Each and every day, it seems that traditional “old fashioned” values are being tossed out the window, sigh.

  6. Wow. The world is more twisted than I even thought possible! Like Sarah said, “…calling evil good and good, evil.” Sad.

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