Dennis McCuistion is joined for a second time by Herb Meyer in Part Two of a two-part series on challenges facing culture in America. Meyer is the author of The War Against Progress and the former Vice Chairman of the CIA’s National Intelligence Council during the Reagan Administration. Herb Meyer discusses his suggestions for what should be done in order to save culture in America and Western civilization in general.
He begins the discussion by talking about multiculturalism and its use in education and the media. He explains how the American way has always been to integrate, which is the very thing that has made America great. On the contrary, Europeans are multiculturalists and it has not been good for their society. There needs to be an understanding among Americans, according to Meyer, that what has been done for years (immigrants becoming Americans) is the exact thing that has made us great, and we need to be very careful when we start talking about changing that.
Meyer cautions viewers and offers suggestions referencing the media and education in regards to all three of the challenges culture in America and Western civilization are facing. He continues on to offer feedback on what Americans should be focusing on in politics, education and media. He continues by explaining his views on what should be done in the Islamic world and the war. Reminding viewers of what the war is really about, he cautions the dangerous perspective we will give our children if we do not handle this correctly.
He closes the discussion talking about the education of our children regarding procreation. Having and raising children cannot be seen as an inconvenience, an expense, or harmful to the environment.
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