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On Cultural Desensitization to Strategies of Cultural Destruction.
December 22, 2016
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On Cultural Desensitization to Strategies of Cultural Destruction.

The systematic psychological desensitization of a nation's citizenry to the reality of mortal threats to nations.

Vic Biorseth, Thursday, December 22, 2016

The original temptation in the garden distracted from what God had commanded, and emphasized something smaller, something immediate, something man could see and smell and touch. Disregard everything else for the moment, said the Tempter; just look at the shear beauty and attractiveness of the actual fruit.

While attention is temporarily diverted from God and His single simple commandment, consider the offered possibility that you may be like God, if you only partake of the fruit. Where attention previously was diverted from the commandment to the fruit, now, attention is further diverted to self. And Self then becomes all important, to the exclusion of everything outside of self.

That is the beginning point. Once past the beginning point, the strategy of the Tempter switches to a program of Desensitization of any sense of sin, which necessarily includes a desensitization to the importance of God, of Good, of Nature and of Truth. Because they are all related and interdependent. Man cannot oppose one without eventually opposing all.

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