By Cliff Kincaid
March 29, 2023
Train derailments, attacks on power substations, lasers directed at aircraft, firebombing pro-life pregnancy centers, a communist-inspired Antifa attack on a police facility in Atlanta, and now a transgender killer at a Christian school.
Some of the above might be accidents or the work of deranged individuals. But you would have to be naïve to rule out the involvement of subversives determined to undermine public safety and security.
You do not have to be a “conspiracy theorist” to consider that there might be something sinister happening behind the scenes.
On the other hand, stories about the “search for a motive” in the mass murder at the Christian school demonstrate the clueless nature of our media on these shocking events.
The conclusion is inescapable: America is under attack by foreign ideologies based in Russia and China and anti-American cultural tendencies encouraged by the national Democratic Party.
To obscure these facts, the media focus on guns, not mental problems, educational malpractice, and parental irresponsibility.
Consider the transgender movement, which spawned 28-year-old Nashville killer “Audrey Hale.” She/he went to the Christian school and was obviously opposed to its Christian values.
Leslie Feinberg, founder of the modern transgender movement, was described by his supporters as “an anti-racist white, working-class, secular Jewish, transgender, lesbian, female, revolutionary communist.” A member of the communist Workers World Party, his/her books included Rainbow Solidarity in Defense of Cuba.
He/she represents the “Cultural Marxism” that has infected the lives of many young people and has now struck down three students and three staff members at that Christian school.
What’s happening is not a mystery. It is much more than an “emotional disorder” and is based on rejection of the United States and its Christian heritage.
Another prominent advocate of “transgender liberation” is Bradley/Chelsea Manning, the former U.S. Army analyst sentenced to prison for espionage for his/her collaboration in the release by WikiLeaks of thousands of top-secret intelligence reports. Former President Barack Hussein Obama commuted Manning’s sentence, which was originally 35 years in prison for espionage, after only seven years in prison. Manning was an open homosexual in the Army before deciding to become a woman and has attempted suicide on two occasions.