I love reading, debating, considering views that differ from my own, but I have learned that these intellectually stimulating pursuits are, in fact, tantamount to playing with fire. Victor Hugo said, “Men become accustomed to poison by degrees.” First, let’s understand the nature of a Liberal:

Sam Gerrans wrote, “IF LIBERALS ARE TOLD THAT ACCEPTING THE MAJORITY BREXIT VOTE IS ART THEY WILL STOP COMPLAINING. Liberals are a very particular shade of stupid. Compliance with – and deriving virtue originating with – the group is what is important to them. Nothing runs very deep with this demographic; there isn’t much you can’t programme them to believe or do given the right media support. Just as they are programmed one week to believe one thing, they can be programmed the next to believe something else. To take an analogy from oil painting: they seem not to have any pigment originating with their selves – rather they readily (and vociferously) transmit whatever pigment is added to them. In this case blue.”

John Fletcher wrote, “The coward’s weapon, poison.” Poison usually works by degrees; it doesn’t instantly kill you. Cowards love using using poison. Orson Scott Card said, “I am especially grateful, however, to have known the fifties, before we began to poison our own civilization – or at least before the effects of the poison began to be felt.” The Liberal philosophies undermine family, decency, integrity, faith, hope, and love. They get one to question the good things in one’s life and slowly start to poison them through doubt and fear and perversion.

We can see how the Liberal agenda is working in the Western world, with it’s virulent attack on the family, Christianity, whites, heterosexuals, traditional values, and sexual roles. By associating with Liberals / Democrats / NDP / Socialists, you are tasting and sampling their poisons.

Every now and then a poisonous word, phrase, or suggestion will hit a weak and vulnerable part of your psyche, and the downhill slide will begin. Listening to the socialist Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) radio interview with Sam Harris, the noted atheist, led me to his book, which initiated my fall into atheism.

I’ll end with an important statement by Gordon B. Hinckley: “We live in a world that is filled with filth and sleaze, a world that reeks of evil. You cannot afford that filthy poison to touch you. Stay away from it.”

Robin Elliott  LeverageAdvantage.com