It's Not Easy Bein' Green

   Although I guess you could say there have been “earth worshipers” since just about the beginning of time, it was the civil unrest of the 1960s that spawned the radical environmental movement we’re dealing with today.  It was an age of unbridled lust and hedonism, and the effects of communist infiltration into our public schools and college campuses was starting to pay off for a new generation of Leftists in America.  Using their new-found power in movies, television, magazines and mainstream media, the Left was able to co-opt and capitalize on the power of the civil rights, anti-war, anti-capitalist, feminist and homosexual movements.  The Marxist propaganda machine was running at full speed, though few realized it at the time.
   In 1970, Kermit the Frog, (the original Muppet), sang a song called “It’s Not Easy Bein’ Green.”  Whether it had to do with the color of their skin or some other perceived difference, the song was ostensibly meant to make young children, who felt a little awkward or different from others, to feel better about themselves.  In the song, at first, Kermit is sad, because he’s green.  But in the end, he comes to love himself as he is.  This may seem charming and innocent to you, as it did to me at the time.  But the brainwashing had begun.  I believe this innocent c ...

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