Today's aggressive secular revolution has left no stone unturned as the agenda to takeover America advances at breakneck speed.
Behind it all, we've discovered a three-step strategy that's implemented across every "issue" the revolution exploits for its purpose. And yes, the revolution exploits issues, because the issue is never truly the issue—it's the revolution.
The "issues" simply create the controversy among the people so those pushing the agenda can overthrow the "system" and rebuild a new one—without God and individual rights, thus creating a new form of government controlled by secular elites. There's a lot more to it, but that's how we explain the revolution in a sentence.
And the method behind the madness to exploit issues from abortion and LGBT rights to race relations and even immigration, is the utilization of a three-step strategy:
The first step is to frame the issue. Next is to facilitate support. And the final move is to fracture dissent. Those pushing for the hostile takeover of America have systematically implemented these steps.
So let's take a deeper look at each point.
Frame the issue: When framing an issue you have to first create the conflict and then define the terms.
In Rules for Radicals, one of today's playbooks for the revolution, Saul Alinsky teaches, "In the beginning, the organizer's first job is to create the issues or problems."
In Charlotte, we saw this firsthand as our City Council passed the transgender bathroom bill, although not one legal case of discrimination could be found in our city against transgenders or homosexuals. So the ordinance was based on a "problem" that didn't exist.
Once they created the "problem," it was going to become everyone else's "problem"—so that we absolutely needed a solution. And just like that, the City Council introduced the bathroom bill. It's simply "rinse and repeat" in cities across America.
According to Alinsky, creating the conflict allows people to "feel so frustrated, so defeated, so lost, so futureless in the prevailing system that they are willing to let go of the past and chance the future."
We see this with the Black Lives Matter movement. Of course, black lives do matter, but the movement doesn't truly care about black lives (though some participating genuinely do)—its main objective is to exploit race issues to overthrow the "evil system."
While the problem is being created, the terms must also be defined.
Gay rights revolutionaries adopted words like "love" and "equality," while abortion rights activists chose "women's rights" and "women's health care" to define their positions.
Any dissenters would then be defined as "hateful" and "bigoted," which is exactly in line with Alinsky's instructions. He said, "The opposition's means, used against us, are always immoral and our means are always ethical and rooted in the highest of human values."
Facilitate support: After framing the issues, next comes facilitating a strong support network and providing them all the key talking points to help push the agenda. This includes both political policy and public opinion.
Most activist organizations, like the Human Rights Campaign, the ACLU, the NAACP and more were once dedicated primarily to political policy and legal action. But today, they've discovered that what they can't get with policy—because of resistance from "We the People"—they can get with public opinion.
By facilitating support from liberal media, entertainment media, movie stars, athletes and big business, today's activists can pretty much push whatever agenda they want—and get it. They've framed the issue, and now they've got the political and public muscle to do their bidding.
One of the most impactful applications of this strategy recently involved Trump's running mate, Gov. Mike Pence, and Indiana's religious liberty bill, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, or RFRA.
Despite overwhelming support of a Federal RFRA in 1993 (97 percent Senate support, including President Clinton), and 19 other states with their own religious liberty laws, Indiana's governor reversed course on a RFRA he had already signed into law.
Movie stars, athletes and corporate giants became pawns in the hands of the Human Rights Campaign by engaging in a divisive social media firestorm against Gov. Pence and the state. The NCAA threatened to pull the Final Four while CEOs from Apple and other companies fell in line, too. Within 24 hours of signing the bill, Gov. Pence collapsed under the pressure and removed the major components, thus virtually eliminating religious freedom protections.
The same thing happened in our home state of North Carolina after the passage of HB2. When the political policy of transgender bathrooms was constitutionally rejected by the people, sexual revolutionaries simply mobilized their support network—and, as a result, the NBA All Star Game, Paypal and even Bruce Springsteen left the state.
Today, religious freedom has been framed as a "license to discriminate," with a mountain of facilitated support against it.
Fracture dissent: The pathway to cultural change must remain uncontested, especially by those who hold traditional, Judeo-Christian standards of virtue and morality.
Any dissent, even if it's grounded in biblical conviction and spoken with Christian compassion, is not permitted. Remember, dissent has been framed as "hate."
Guide Magazine published an article in 1987 titled, "The Overhauling of Straight America," where it outlined exactly how sexual revolutionaries intend to fracture dissent: "At a later stage in our campaign for rights, it will be time to get tough with the remaining opponents. We intend to make those opposed to us look so nasty that average Americans will want to disassociate themselves from such types."
Two decades earlier, Saul Alinsky charged radicals to "Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it and polarize it. Cut off the support network and isolate the target from sympathy."
We are watching this today, and it's working brilliantly. The terms have already been framed where dissent means "hate," so fracturing dissent is relatively easy. Even many pastors, who are commanded by God to speak the truth in love, are abandoning the cultural conflict.
As a result, the ceiling in the sexual revolution has become the floor—it's not enough to simply be accepted, but the behavior must be appreciated and even celebrated. And even then, that's not enough. Forced participation is what they're pushing now.
Today's radical revolutionaries have framed the issue, facilitated support and fractured dissent. It's time to be a compassionate Christian and stand with courage.
Because Isaiah 5 lists several "woes for the wicked"—things of which people should be careful not to do. And when God says "woe," we should all listen:
"Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil ... who justify the wicked for a bribe, and take away the rights of the ones who are in the right!" (5:20a, 23)
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