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To: ex-snook
Hollywood is a hotbed of communist activity. The pinkos know that our culture is easily dazzled by lackluster luminaries like movie stars and rock musicians. They own them, they own the culture. How many rock "stars" are champions of one leftist cause or another? How many actors?

Another bastion of subversion is academia. By slowly purloining impressionable minds, the lefties create a foundation that secures them the future.

And finally, the ghouls own the media. Once again, they work en masse to poison our discourse and create false impressions.

Everything McCarthy said has turned out to be right, and the cancer advances unabated.

35 posted on 07/06/2002 11:34:26 AM PDT by IronJack
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To: IronJack
"Another bastion of subversion is academia. By slowly purloining impressionable minds, the lefties create a foundation that secures them the future. "

In a book entitled "Towards Soviet America" published in 1932, Willam Z. Foster (head of the Communist Party of the U.S.) wrote:

"Among the elementary measures the American Soviet government will adapt to further the culture revolution are the following -

The schools, colleges and universities will be coordinated and grouped under the National Department of Education and its state and local branches.

The studies will be revolutionized, being cleansed of religious, patriotic, and other features of the bourgois idealogy.

The students will be taught on the basis of Marxian dialectical materialism, internationalism, and the general ethics of the new Soviet society.

Present obsolete methods of teaching will be superceded by a scientific pedagogy. Religious schools will be abolished."
38 posted on 07/06/2002 12:06:01 PM PDT by Ben Hecks
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