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Old May 12th, 2017 #21
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Part 3, Chapter 14: New York, 1969
http://www.vanguardnewsnetwork.com/M...D-p507-513.mp3 (27m)

- Wilhelm Reich revival: revolution via masturbation
 
Old May 13th, 2017 #22
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Part 3, Chapter 15: Notre Dame, Indiana, 1970
http://www.vanguardnewsnetwork.com/M...D-p514-520.mp3 (28m)

- mainstreaming of pornography via controlled commissions, while minority report shows why it's a bad idea
 
Old May 14th, 2017 #23
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[oops, i pronounced Hialeah wrong all through this: it's pronounced HY-uh-Lee-uh]

Part 3, Chapter 16: Hialeah, Florida, 1972
http://www.vanguardnewsnetwork.com/M...D-p521-525.mp3 (20m)

- uncontrolled lust destroys pin-up model Bettie Page and degrades Linda Boreman into "Deep Throat"

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Old May 14th, 2017 #24
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Great job Alex.
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"The favorite slogan of the reds is: 'No Pasarán!: Yes we have passed! And we tell them...and we tell them, we will pass again!'"
― Benito Mussolini after the Communist capitulation in Barcelona
 
Old May 15th, 2017 #25
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Great job Alex.
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Old May 15th, 2017 #26
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Part 3, Chapter 17: Washington, D.C., 1974
http://www.vanguardnewsnetwork.com/M...D-p526-540.mp3 (54m)

- birth control and population control are fronts for comparatively child-poor Anglo-American elites worried about "differential fertility"; military documents show the truth: a large and expanding population is a source of power, not a weakness
 
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Part 3, Chapter 18: Philadelphia, 1976
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- Leo Pfeffer defeats the church
 
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Part 3, Chapter 19: Evansville, Indiana, 1981
http://www.vanguardnewsnetwork.com/M...D-p556-569.mp3 (54m)

- pornography's natural trajectory, the story of Mr. Tom Schiro
 
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Part 3, Chapter 20: Washington, D.C., 1983
http://www.vanguardnewsnetwork.com/M...D-p570-584.mp3 (53m)

- story of Judith Reisman (debunker of Kinsey) and Meese Commission on pornography
 
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Part 3, Chapter 21: Washington, D.C., 1992
http://www.vanguardnewsnetwork.com/M...85-607-END.mp3 (80m)

- establishment comes together to protect Bill Clinton (Lewinsky) at impeachment to preserve sexual revolution; might makes right; poor have no protection but moral law, there is no "liberation" for them.

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[That ends Libido Dominandi, I'll be back later and get all the segments in one place.]
 
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Sexual Utopia in Power is pretty good in a similar category.

Those two books stand with Weininger's Sex & Character, which, despite being by a Jew, was a seminal work in forecasting the dissolution of gender roles in modernism and postmodernism, but also demonstrating classical gender polarity, which was Weininger's actual value.

He was also an anti-semitic Jew, who hung himself.
 
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POPE PAUL VI AS PROPHET:
HAVE HUMANAE VITAE'S BOLD PREDICTIONS COME TRUE?

Janet Smith
University of Dallas

Humanae Vitae 25 years ago "prophesied" that marriages and society would suffer if the use of contraception became widespread. Now the vast majority of spouses, as well as those who are unmarried, use some form of contraception.

To be sure, the encyclical was not written to be a prophetic document. Rather, it was written to be a clarifying document, intending to explain what the Church teaches about contraception. The encyclical does present this teaching clearly, but it has been little heeded during the last 25 years. Statistics show that few Catholics live by these teachings, and it seems safe to suppose that few Catholics have read Humanae Vitae.

Christians understand marriage as an elevated calling, whereby God enlists spouses in the all-important enterprise of bringing forth new human life. The Church teaches that to use contraception is to reject God and his life-giving blessings. The Church teaches not merely that contraception is wrong, but that because contraception is wrong, it will have bad consequences.
Four Prophecies

Pope Paul VI made four rather general "prophecies" about what would happen if the Church's teaching on contraception were ignored.


Infidelity and moral decline

The Pope first noted that the widespread use of contraception would "lead to conjugal infidelity and the general lowering of morality." That there has been a widespread decline in morality, especially sexual morality, in the last 25 years, is very difficult to deny. The increase in the number of divorces, abortion, our-of-wedlock pregnancies, and venereal diseases should convince any skeptic that sexual morality is not the strong suit of our age.

There is no question that contraception is behind much of this trouble. Contraception has made sexual activity a much more popular option that it was when the fear of pregnancy deterred a great number of young men and women from engaging in premarital sexual intercourse. The availability of contraception has led them to believe that they can engage in premarital sexual activity "responsibly." But teenagers are about as responsible in their use of contraception as they are in all other phases of their lives--such as making their beds, cleaning their rooms and getting their homework done on time.

Lost Respect for Women

Paul VI also argued that "the man" will lose respect for "the woman" and "no longer (care) for her physical and psychological equilibrium" and will come to "the point of considering her as a mere instrument of selfish enjoyment and no longer as his respected and beloved companion." This concern reflects what has come to be known as a "personalist" understanding of morality. The personalist understanding of wrongdoing is based upon respect for the dignity of the human person. The Pope realized that the Church's teaching on contraception is designed to protect the good of conjugal love. When spouses violate this good, they do not act in accord with their innate dignity and thus they endanger their own happiness. Treating their bodies as mechanical instruments to be manipulated for their own purposes, they risk treating each other as objects of pleasure.
Abuse of Power

Paul VI also observed that the widespread acceptance of contraception would place a "dangerous weapon... in the hands of those public authorities who take no heed of moral exigencies." The history of the family-planning programs in the Third World is a sobering testimony to this reality. In Third World countries many people undergo sterilization unaware of what they are doing. The forced abortion program in China shows the stark extreme toward which governments will take population programs. Moreover, few people are willing to recognize the growing evidence that many parts of the world face not overpopulation, but underpopulation. It will take years to reverse the "anti-child" mentality now entrenched in many societies.


Unlimited Dominion

Pope Paul's final warning was that contraception would lead man to think that he had unlimited dominion over his own body. Sterilization is now the most widely used form of contraception in the U.S.; individuals are so convinced of their rights to control their own bodies that they do not hesitate to alter even their own physical make-up.

The desire for unlimited dominion over one's own body extends beyond contraception. The production of "test-tube babies" is another indication of the refusal to accept the body's limitations; so too are euthanasia and the use of organs transplanted from those who are "nearly" dead. We seek to adjust the body to our desires and timetables, rather than adjusting ourselves to its needs.
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