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University Indoctrination Goes On

It is puzzling, that within the conservative community there is no plan, strategy, or serious effort to deal with the termination of this nationwide liberal university indoctrination program


University Indoctrination Goes On

by Pete Ketcham

As we look at all the negative issues that are impacting our nation such as illegal immigration, climate change, LGBT agenda, CRT, degenerate entertainment, energy shutdown, abortion, and many others, it is important to understand that the origin of these issues originated in our godless liberal Universities.

For the last thirty five years our universities have been turning out liberal graduate lawyers, teachers, professors, etc. who have become thoroughly indoctrinated into the illogical godless liberal agenda. These individuals are now the present political office holders (Democrats), CEO’s, judges, professors, and others that are leading this nation.

Because of this aggressive nationwide liberal indoctrination by our “education” system, the conservatives have been fighting a losing battle against the disastrous RESULTS of the system, while the SOURCE of this indoctrination (universities) remains untouched.

Unless this university system is taken control of, shut down, or replaced by the God-fearing conservatives, there is simply no long term victory in the process of bringing this nation back to it’s original christian based constitutional governance.


It is puzzling, that within the conservative community there is no plan, strategy, or serious effort to deal with the termination of this nationwide liberal university indoctrination program, why is this?. One reason is college sports. Liberals and conservatives alike are in complete agreement when it comes to the support of the “home team”. The universities can commit all kinds of indiscretions as long as they produce a viable major sport team that brings the liberals and conservatives together in celebration.

Another reason is that the universities are such well financed powerful behemoths, that the conservative community is intimidated by the potential backlash if they tried to take control. The culture among the students, administrators, and professors at these universities is so liberal, that conservative guest speakers who have attempted to address the students, have been “booed” off the stage, literally run off the campus, or denied permission to speak.

Thus, the sad reality is; as long as the universities remain as the nation’s liberal indoctrination centers, the present day degradation of our nation will continue on, and will grow worse.

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7 Comments on University Indoctrination Goes On

  1. Pete, you didn’t say anything. Why? Back up your claims. Especially in the light of the ultra conservative Supreme Court decision.

    Also, I know of no varsity sport at the university level for collages. Maybe in art classes, but not a competition sport at the college level.

    Even in the SEC or Big Ten conferences.

  2. “ Unless this university system is taken control of, shut down, or replaced by the God-fearing conservatives, there is simply no long term victory in the process of bringing this nation back to it’s original christian based constitutional governance.”

    Good!!! America doesn’t need your imaginary god. America isn’t ruled by your god; America is ruled by the constitution!! I hope christianity and all religion vanish from the face of the earth. If communism is good for one thing, it’s good for getting rid of religion! It’s fun seeing the desperation of Pete Ketchum and all the other idiots who believe in god, as their hold on this country all but vanishes!! Good riddance to christianity and it’s crazy adherents!!

    • Food for thought, just in case you are wrong about God’s existence…
      Hebrews 10:26-31
      The Message
      26-31 If we give up and turn our backs on all we’ve learned, all we’ve been given, all the truth we now know, we repudiate Christ’s sacrifice and are left on our own to face the Judgment—and a mighty fierce judgment it will be! If the penalty for breaking the law of Moses is physical death, what do you think will happen if you turn on God’s Son, spit on the sacrifice that made you whole, and insult this most gracious Spirit? This is no light matter. God has warned us that he’ll hold us to account and make us pay. He was quite explicit: “Vengeance is mine, and I won’t overlook a thing” and “God will judge his people.” Nobody’s getting by with anything, believe me.

      • Fire and brimstone!!! Oh NO!!!! Funny how christians will take the “good news” of their gospel and turn it on its head when encountering a non believer and suddenly the “good news” turns to fire, brimstone, and eternal punishment. Great news that!!! Some people need imaginary figures in the sky to tell them how to live their life, some people need a big government to tell them how to live their life, and some of us don’t need god or government. Funny also that the christians claim to be the only moral force for conservatism, that you are either with them or against them, but the constitution that I revere is for all people in all times. My constitution doesn’t require me to adhere to some imaginary god, my constitution says all are welcome wether you believe in god or not. The only requirement is to adhere to the supreme law of the land, the Constitution. Yet your side requires a belief in god to protect and preserve the constitution. Good luck establishing your theocratic christian government, it will NEVER happen or come to pass!!!

        • John Adams letter to Thomas Jefferson (28 June 1813).
          “The general principles, on which the Fathers achieved independence, were the only Principles in which that beautiful Assembly of young Gentlemen could Unite…And what were these general Principles? I answer, the general Principles of Christianity, in which all these Sects were United:…Now I will avow, that I then believe, and now believe, that those general Principles of Christianity, are as eternal and immutable, as the Existence and Attributes of God; and that those Principles of Liberty, are as unalterable as human Nature and our terrestrial, mundane System.”

          • “ It will never be pretended that any persons employed in that service had interviews with the gods, or were in any degree under the inspiration of Heaven” ~ A Defense of the Constitutions of Government of the United States of America/Vol. 1/Preface John Adams

            It was the general opinion of ancient nations, that the Divinity alone was adequate to the important office of giving laws to men. The Greeks entertained this prejudice throughout all their dispersions; the Romans cultivated the same popular delusion; and modern nations, in the consecration of kings, and in several superstitious chimeras of divine right in princes and nobles, are nearly unanimous in preserving remnants of it. Even the venerable magistrates of Amersfort devoutly believe themselves God’s vicegerents. Is it that obedience to the laws can be obtained from mankind in no other manner? Are the jealousy of power, and the envy of superiority, so strong in all men, that no considerations of public or private utility are sufficient to engage their submission to rules for their own happiness? Or is the disposition to imposture so prevalent in men of experience, that their private views of ambition and avarice can be accomplished only by artifice? It was a tradition in antiquity that the laws of Crete were dictated to Minos by the inspiration of Jupiter. This legislator and his brother Rhadamantus were both his sons; once in nine years they went to converse with their father, to propose questions concerning the wants of the people; and his answers were recorded as laws for their government. The laws of Lacedæmon were communicated by Apollo to Lycurgus; and, lest the meaning of the deity should not have been perfectly comprehended, or correctly expressed, they were afterwards confirmed by his oracle at Delphos. Among the Romans, Numa was indebted for those laws which procured the prosperity of his country to his conversations with Egeria. The Greeks imported these mysteries from Egypt and the East, whose despotisms, from the remotest antiquity to this day, have been founded in the same solemn empiricism; their emperors and nobles being all descended from their gods. Woden and Thor were divinities too; and their posterity ruled a thousand years in the north by the strength of a like credulity. Manco Capac was the child of the sun, the visible deity of the Peruvians; and transmitted his divinity, as well as his earthly dignity and authority, through a line of incas. And the rudest tribes of savages in North America have certain families from which their leaders are always chosen, under the immediate protection of the god War. There is nothing in which mankind have been more unanimous; yet nothing can be inferred from it more than this, that the multitude have always been credulous, and the few are always artful. The United States of America have exhibited, perhaps, the first example of governments erected on the simple principles of nature;[4]and if men are now sufficiently enlightened to disabuse themselves of artifice, imposture, hypocrisy, and superstition, they will consider this event as an era in their history. Although the detail of the formation of the American governments is at present little known or regarded either in Europe or in America, it may hereafter become an object of curiosity. It will never be pretended that any persons employed in that service had interviews with the gods, or were in any degree under the inspiration of Heaven, more than those at work upon ships or houses, or laboring in merchandise or agriculture; it will forever be acknowledged that these governments were contrived merely by the use of reason and the senses, as Copley painted Chatham; West, Wolf; and Trumbull, Warren and Montgomery; as Dwight, Barlow, Trumbull, and Humphries composed their verse, and Belknap and Ramsay history; as Godfrey invented his quadrant, and Rittenhouse his planetarium; as Boylston practised inoculation, and Franklin electricity; as Paine exposed the mistakes of Raynal, and Jefferson those of Buffon, so unphilosophically borrowed from the [5] despicable dreams of De Pau. Neither the people, nor their conventions, committees, or sub-committees, considered legislation in any other light than as ordinary arts and sciences, only more important. Called without expectation, and compelled without previous inclination, though undoubtedly at the best period of time, both for England and America, suddenly to erect new systems of laws for their future government, they adopted the method of a wise architect, in erecting a new palace for the residence of his sovereign. They determined to consult Vitruvius, Palladio, and all other writers of reputation in the art; to examine the most celebrated buildings, whether they remain entire or in ruins; to compare these with the principles of writers; and to inquire how far both the theories and models were founded in nature, or created by fancy; and when this was done, so far as their circumstances would allow, to adopt the advantages and reject the inconveniences of all. Unembarrassed by attachments to noble families, hereditary lines and successions, or any considerations of royal blood, even the pious mystery of holy oil had no more influence than that other one of holy water. The people were universally too enlightened to be imposed on by artifice; and their leaders, or more properly followers, were men of too much honor to attempt it. Thirteen governments thus founded on the natural authority of the people alone, without a pretence of miracle or mystery, and which are destined to spread over the northern part of that whole quarter of the globe, are a great point gained in favor of the rights of mankind. The experiment is made, and has completely succeeded; it can no longer be called in question, whether authority in magistrates and obedience of citizens can be grounded on reason, morality, and the Christian religion, without the monkery of priests, or the knavery of politicians. As the writer was personally acquainted with most of the gentlemen in each of the states, who had the principal share in the first draughts, the following work was really written to lay before the public a specimen of that kind of reading and reasoning which produced the American constitutions.

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