The Biden Administration is waging a fierce war against the traditional Christian understanding of the human family and sexuality on many fronts, from queering the military to weaponizing the school lunch program to tinkering with Title IX. It’s the most child-hostile presidential administration in American history.
One of the most disturbing fronts in that battle is happening within the federal Centers for Disease Control and its new Q Chat Space. Breitbart’s Spencer Lindquist gives a short summary:
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is promoting to youth an online chat space that discusses sex, polyamorous relationships, the occult, sex change operations, and activism, and is specifically designed to be quickly hidden while being used. It also mixes LGBT adults and children and is run in part by Planned Parenthood.
Called Q Chat Space, the platform is advertised on the CDC’s LGBT Health Youth Resources page, archived here. The chat service, which describes itself as “a community for LGBTQ+ teens,” is available for those ages 13-19, can be hidden from parents, and focuses on a number of mature themes.
And yet, as alarming as this new venture by the CDC is, undermining the traditional Christian family has long been one of the top aims of communists and their revolutionary fellow travelers. The Orthodox priest Father Ben Johnson writes,
The co-author of The Communist Manifesto, Friedrich Engels, noted, “It is a peculiar fact that with every great revolutionary movement the question of ‘free love’ comes to the foreground.” From Charles Fourier and Robert Owen to Engels himself, the socialist tradition sees the family unit as the incubator of inequality. The advocates of unattainable equality recognize that, even after the state nationalizes all the factors of production and redistributes all wealth, one institution cannot be leveled: the family. Some parents will invest in their children more than others, leading to unequal social capital and, thus, unequal outcomes.
A lengthier investigation of this subject is here.
Since the Louisiana Legislature has taken a pass on doing anything constructive in the near-term, the responsibility of fighting this revolutionary menace falls, for the moment, on AG Jeff Landry’s shoulders. There are at least two things his office ought to do in response to this criminal cyber sexual assault of Louisiana’s children:
- Make it known that the AG’s office in Louisiana will file charges against any CDC employee who engages with any Louisiana child through the Q Chat Space;
- Make it known that the AG’s office in Louisiana will file charges against any internet service provider who does not block access to the Q Chat Space web site to their customers in Louisiana.
We wish AG Landry and his staff every success in keeping this filth out of Louisiana, but at some we need to ask ourselves: If the perversion is of such a grotesque magnitude within the federal government, why go through the trouble of trying to clean it up? One would need a small army (no exaggeration intended) to uproot and expel all the bad actors within it, followed by a similar army of Christian priests armed with holy water and exorcisms to expel (literally) the demons from those bureaucratic bunkers.
Would it not make more sense for the morally sane States to simply secede from the corrupted union, and band together in a new confederation – one that respects State sovereignty and cultural integrity, one that plainly acknowledges Christianity in its organic laws, one that guards its borders vigilantly, etc.?
As frustration mounts with both the Democrats and Republicans at the federal level, Louisiana, as well other Red States that share our Southern culture, will want to pay close attention to developments in Texas. Tethering our destiny to the Lone Star State instead of dysfunctional, immoral Washington City may be the best choice in the future.