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Default White house acknowledges the importance of a major ideology

December 13th, 2007, 10:26
I recently finished my review/work on the 1981 TV movie "The Wave" in which an university professor with the right tools turn his children into fascism within 5 days.
Part 1
Part 2

While the movie romanticizes the story quite a bit, it's actually based on a real life experiment, and it does not go far from it.

Understanding fascism as something that is within human nature is something many would not want to do. It always someone else who turns to fascism, not us. "It could never happen here".
Truth is, it does not really make a difference what ideology it is, what kind of agenda it had in the first place or what culture it comes from. There is a time when the mass stops to think and let itself be driven along like a huge bandwagon. When an ideology announce it's great importance for everyone along with a threat to reject, condemn and prosecute those who dare to question it, then you should see the signs.

U.S. Congress Recognizing the importance of Christmas and the Christian faith

So far it's innocent right?


Therefore be it Resolved, That the House of Representatives—
(1) recognizes the Christian faith as one of the great religions of the world;
(2) expresses continued support for Christians in the United States and worldwide;
(3) acknowledges the international religious and historical importance of Christmas and the Christian faith;
(4) acknowledges and supports the role played by Christians and Christianity in the founding of the United States and in the formation of the western civilization;
(5) rejects bigotry and persecution directed against Christians, both in the United States and worldwide; and
(6) expresses its deepest respect to American Christians and Christians throughout the world.
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