“The people of Canada have become so liberal and hedonistic that the public ethic in the country immediately could not be reversed,” Weyrich says in an email analysis to allies.
“It will take time. But with leadership it well may be possible to change the public ethic.”
Paul Weyrich is a political operative in the US who runs the Free Congress Foundation. Weyrich worked on the 1964 Barry Goldwater campaign:
One of the strategists who worked on his campaign, Paul Weyrich, joined with others to broaden the base of the Republican Party. They looked to the huge membership of fundamentalist, Pentecostal, and charismatic churches. Weyrich articulated the goal of dominionism in 1980. He told a group of evangelical leaders:
Talking about strategies:
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We are talking about Christianizing America. We are talking about simply spreading the gospel in a political context.
Paul Weyrich is a dominionist. From his Free Congress Foundationstategy paper 2001.
Our movement will be entirely destructive, and entirely constructive. We will not try to reform the existing institutions. We only intend to weaken them, and eventually destroy them.
He is the one who coined the phrase Moral Majority. From the Toronto Star:
Although no one would confirm yesterday’s writings, Weyrich has acknowledged the validity of the pre-election email asking U.S. conservatives to ignore questions from “liberal” Canadian journalists who were trying to link Harper to those who back U.S. President George W. Bush.
A history of some of policies and organizational links of Weyrich’s group.
From information from Media Transparency
Right Wing Watch
Paul Weyrich’s Training Manual – copy and analysis
Weyrich believes the new Canadian government should pack Canadian courts with conservatives. Canadians that think this sounds reasonable might want to take time to read some of the links above and question whether they want the culture warriors like Paul Weyrich influencing Canadian believers or voters. Let’s keep dominionists and their agenda out in the open when they voice opinion on Canada. More beliefs:
1) Falsehoods are not only acceptable, they are a necessity. The corollary is: The masses will accept any lie if it is spoken with vigor, energy and dedication.
2) It is necessary to be cast under the cloak of “goodness” whereas all opponents and their ideas must be cast as “evil.”
3) Complete destruction of every opponent must be accomplished through unrelenting personal attacks.
4) The creation of the appearance of overwhelming power and brutality is necessary in order to destroy the will of opponents to launch opposition of any kind.
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