If there is anything that society as a whole needs to get right, it is correct governmental and economic systems.
This is one of the reasons, why, at this site, I continually promote the Ron Paul Curriculum. I believe it is one of the finest curriculums in terms of history and economics, as well as teaching children to work independently.
We have seen government take over science, misuse it, and turn it into a medical dictatorship.
The reposted video listed below was created by the Babylon Bee, a site that focuses on Christian satire.
In the Bible, there is a lot of symbology. People and events can have an actual historical meaning. They can also have more than one symbolic meaning.
Think about this.
A man can be a father, brother, son, uncle, nephew, cousin and grandson all at the same time. It is possible to have more than one term apply to one thing.
The Bible talks about the great red dragon. While there may be other meanings, it can refer to communism.
Revelation 12:3 Another sign was seen in heaven. Behold, a great red dragon, having seven heads and ten horns, and on his heads seven crowns.
Communism is on the rise. It comes in first as socialism. A lot of younger people think socialism is okay.
There is a great move to eliminate history today. This is dangerous because if we know the lessons of history, we can learn from them and don’t have to repeat them.
Don’t you try to learn from your own personal mistakes and not repeat them?
The same holds true for society. We should learn from the past so we can have a better future by making better choices.
From history we know that socialism and communism have failed in the past.
This song was created, not because those who made it believe in communism, they don’t.
But it is made to warn people who have no clue what communism is about; this is the face of communism.
Watch the song. And pass it on to those of your friends who think socialism and communism are good things.
Again, if you are looking for a good home school curriculum, consider the Ron Paul Curriculum. There is a more extensive article on this curriculum written from the point of graduation objectives, here with links to specific related topics.