Illuminati Hooked Boomers on Porn to Destroy Marriage/Family — Nov 7, 2018

Pornography as Social Engineering, May 1964. Click to enlarge

Pornography as Social Engineering, May 1964. Click to enlarge

At age 68, I am starting to appreciate the damage I did to myself by my youthful addiction to  PLAYBOY.
It wasn’t called sex addiction then but it was. PLAYBOY made me see women as sex objects.
That’s a cliche but the implications were profound. When you dehumanize them, you cannot see who they really are. 
You cannot relate and are much less likely to succeed. We put them on pedestals because they had the keys to sexual “paradise.” 
Whenever we want anything more than to be true to ourselves, we become its slave. 
Women don’t like slaves.
The Illuminati are responsible for spreading this dysfunction. They deliberately destabilized male-female relationships by making us focus on appearance & sex, like homosexuals.
Born from Cabalism and Satanism, the Illuminati created Communism, whose goal always has been to destroy the nuclear family.
Women have exchanged the loving roles of wife and mother for meaningless careers. 

Part 1- PLAYBOY and the (Homo) Sexual Revolution 

by Henry Makow Ph.D. — (Revised and updated from Nov. 2001.)

Pornography as Social Engineering

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In the rearview mirror, it’s now clear porn is used as a form of political and spiritual seduction
I doubt if women were always seen as sex objects. They had to sexualize women. PLAYBOY undressed the “girl next door.”
PLAYBOY was presented as advanced thinking. But in retrospect, it was really social engineering.  With messianic fervor, Playboy took its message of sexual freedom to the American male who, in the 1950’s and 1960’s, still consecrated sex for marriage. But the freedom was illusory. PlAYBOY’s aim was to undermine marriage and hook men on sex for its own sake.
To do this, they had to prevent them from finding true satisfaction in marriage. In Judith Reisman’s words, “Playboy was the first national magazine to exploit college men’s fears of women and family commitment. Playboy offered itself as a reliable, comforting substitute for monogamous heterosexual love.” (“Soft Porn Plays Hardball,” p 47)
After 18 years of marriage, I know that marriage is the most reliable and satisfying venue for sex. Outside of a committed relationship, sex is just masturbation.


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