There's been a plan in the works for quite some time to destroy the family unit in America. --->
There’s been a plan in the works for quite some time to destroy the family unit in America, and now, #BlackLivesMatter has joined this sinister plot.
This war has been waged with chemicals and social engineering, male testosterone levels have been drastically reduced via estrogen mimickers leading to hyper-feminization in both males and females. Globalist social engineers are waging a psych war that has programed males into feeling guilt or fear of pursuing women for fear of being accused of sexual harassment, etc.
This social engineering started in grade school and has continued all the way through the workforce.
Several studies have shown that men are not even pursuing women at all and women are losing interest in men because a vast majority of men possess feminine qualities and inferior complexes as a result of low testosterone levels, social engineering and of course, these qualities are not attractive to females at all.
A combination of hormone imbalance and psychological inferior complexes with males has led to little to no chemistry between males and females on a growing scale. This plan was initially formed as a form of population control, but it has also manifested into political social engineering programs to control the population.
Read more about the connection between Black Lives Matter and the destruction of the nuclear family below:
The official ‘Black Lives Matter’ website vows to destroy the nuclear family and replace it with communitarian-style collective parenting.
“We are committed to disrupting the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and “villages” that collectively care for one another, and especially “our” children to the degree that mothers, parents and children are comfortable,” states BlackLivesMatter.com on its “guiding principles” page.
The notion of collective communities being responsible for children and not parents is an idea that has been pushed by the leftist establishment before, most notably during a piece for MSNBC by Melissa Harris-Perry in which she said the notion that kids belonging to their parents was outdated.