The family, nuclear and extended, is under attack. It has been for a long time. Sometimes the useful idiots of the agenda let it slip out. Or maybe they feel the time is right to put forth the indoctrination of what they have accomplished and make it acceptable.
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.
Speaking at a colloquium held last month at Colegio Mexico in Mexico City, UNFPA representative Arie Hoekman denounced the idea that high rates of divorce and out-of-wedlock births represent a social crisis, claiming that they represent instead the triumph of “human rights” against “patriarchy.”
"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."
Fundamental human rights? You mean the total dehumanization of both individuals and families to further enslave them. The same old 'divide and conquer ' theories applied to biological families in order to control them from birth to death.
The triumph of “human rights” against “patriarchy?” The wording is deceptive. It implies that men are the problem and that by eliminating men from the equation 'human rights' will be achieved.
"Destroy the family," as Lenin said, "and you destroy society." Thereby he merely repeated what Socrates had said before and what Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx put into words. Lenin set out to do just that, hoping that a new society -- with the State as the ultimate father -- could be constructed.
The mechanisms of the destruction of the family are many. War is the most immediate and obvious. The other more subtle ways are numerous and include the 'entertainment' industry. How many TV shows or movies have a functioning stable family unit of man and wife, children and an extended family of support? Oh, that's passe. Dysfunctional in in.
One does not have to be religious, spiritual or philosophical to see what is happening. One only needs to be practical.
Without strong families as the backbone of our culture we allow the state to become the 'patriarch.'
A patriach that will never allow freedom and human rights.