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Conversation Theory

We need to talk--about conversation theory

The effrontery in society afflicting kids requires action. One report was communicated by a teenage female who attended a private school- required Outward Bound course. The adventure was peppered with lesbian and transgender propaganda by overweight, female course leaders. Another two female seniors went  together on a college visit and found themselves subject to radical left wing theory by parents of other visiting students. In both incidences, the call-to-action slogans  were a derivation of the Start the Conversation  method adopted by victimized pressure groups to manipulate the national dialogue.

This superficially innocuous ploy disguises an egregious effort to implement and control what is actually indoctrination of young people – not conversation –  that complements the campaign by radicals  to deconstruct learning, testing and behavioral content in education. Check out the link to the Start the Conversation program to encourage lesbianism. Or to combat domestic violence. See what is going on? Even Dr. Oz, the television physician, has adopted the method to evangelize pet causes, from euthanasia to transgender rights. 

The promotion of Lesbian, Bisexual,  Gay Transgender lifestyle is an insidious effort to  push gay marriage to kids as an acceptable life decision.  Underlying is the hint to straight young people that same-sex marriage is not only normal, but would help to prevent domestic violence. Conversation Theory is consistent with the constant victimology propaganda that society cannot do enough. Credit is never given for real progress to correct grievances anyway: Conversation Theory is simply the latest, and perhaps the most pernicious,  deviation of the same goal: get inside the minds of youths to alter traditional mores before they can think on their own.

The “conversation”  tactic was adopted by Starbucks to support black issues by asking their 200,000 employees to be part of Race Together –  a plan to start conversations in company-owned coffee shops on the subject The  corporate directive was dropped but the intention survives – to undermine independent thought by employees and customers. The goal is  to sow outrage that blacks allegedly  are systematically targeted by white police departments across the US. Plainly, the “conversation” is not a debate but a manifesto that ignores the other side of the issue.

Manifestos disguised as a “conversation” have been adopted by women’s groups to infiltrate colleges and society with manufactured statistics that purport to prove college males are sexually assaulting co-eds at an alarming pace. The radical feminists have even browbeat the federal government to force institutions of higher education to hold kangaroo courts for accused males to ensure they are severely punished – even if local law enforcement finds no evidence to indict the accused male.

Americans do need  a “conversation,” but to combat the cadres of radicals that undermine our values. As the mother of one of the girls whose daughter has been subjected to pressure groups at education-related activities said: Someone needs to shut them up.

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