Mom’s ‘Morning Sex’ In Front Of Children Rant Goes Viral (Video)
The sexualization of our culture (not unlike the violent nature of our culture) goes hand in hand with the dumbing down of America. This has allowed those who wish to do us harm to continue to do their dastardly work out in the open, or thinly veiled as most of America is distracted. We can say that our morals have "slipped", and so they have. But don't think that this isn't by design. Some inside of Madison Avenue and Hollywood have purposely been doing the work of those who want to rule us, knowing that our moral disintegration is a must if we are to be enslaved. Of the 45 points in the Communist Manifesto, let us not forget this one "Break down cultural standards of morality by promoting pornography and obscenity in books, magazines, motion pictures, radio, and TV." The communists understood the great strength of America WAS our morality and to destroy the West, our morality must be destroyed . Where do you think they got this notion? The same entity to whom Saul Alinsky dedicated his book, "rules for radicals". "
“Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical: from all our legends, mythology, and history... the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom — Lucifer.”
Rebecca Seitz, a Florida mother sat down to have breakfast with her two young boys and turned on the “Good Morning America,” show and she sees a commercial for an upcoming ABC drama, “Betrayal,” with a man and a woman, completely nude in the midst of a steamy love scene.
Ms. Seitz had a few things to say about her children being exposed to what she terms “soft porn,” and she took to her blog to say it. Little did she know that her rant would go viral after Fox News correspondent Tom Starnes contacted her for a comment, then featured it on his facebook page.
After reading her initial reactions, seeing a photo she captured of the commercial that offended her, then watching the video interview with her below…. decide if you agree with Seitz that it should be a parents decision what their children can and cannot see or if she is overreacting as some claim she is.
Below is a portion of this shocked mother’s initial blog post:
Ella heard the television and stirred. I watched from the living room as she sat up, wiped the sleepy from her big brown eyes, and yawned. The GMA segment went to commercial.
And then, wham.
Did that just flash on my TV screen?
In front of 8-year-old Andy?!
A camera trick. A clever angle.
I told Andy – his blue eyes had gone wide – to get something from the refrigerator (out of sight of the TV).
Snatched up the remote.
There it was.
On my TV.
During a major network news program.
What HELL just ascended into my living room and burned itself into my precious boy’s brain?
I hit pause, grabbed my iPhone, snapped a picture, and then got the image off the screen before Andy could see again or Ella could find out why Mommy’s face registered shock. A quick post to Facebook later and many joined in the chorus. Then Facebook notified me my picture had been “reported as inappropriate due to nudity”.
Now Facebook has removed my post.
Thanks for the affirmation, Facebook.”
There is more, read it, but the gist of her outrage can be heard in the videos below.