With America facing an onslaught of forces to break the family unit, never underestimate the power of individuals working together, committed to steering society in the right direction.
I didn’t want to write this article.
Seriously, I hesitated.
Why add fuel to the fire around a matter that tugs at the most important social institution—the family unit?
On second thought, it’s best to share with those who care about the moral fabric of society and the upbringing and well-being of children in their lives.
You’ll want to sit down for this one.
In January 2022, the lifestyle column of The U.S. Sun carried a piece entitled, “KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY. We’ve all had sex with our siblings and this is how we felt afterwards…”
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For the record, The U.S. Sun is the online version of a British tabloid newspaper, famous for a decades-old tradition of featuring topless women on “Page 3” until January 2015 after mounting criticism branded it sexist. The paper generally carries a right-wing bias covering politics and business, and a socially liberal bent on entertainment and celebrity drama.
The article describes, in graphic detail, the consensual sexual activity between siblings expressed in a Reddit thread. So yes. That’s brother and sister. Though some posts expressed regret, many more didn’t seem to have a problem with their choice of bodily intimacy.
Most shocking was an account from an anonymous woman who claimed she had children with her brother. “We’ve been together for six years and have two kids.” Another woman expressed exploring her sexuality with family members, stating: “My sister and cousins all pushed the incest envelope.”
However, what is peculiar is that the Reddit thread is from seven years ago. So why now?
It might be that the author was desperately searching for a sensationalist, high click-bait subject.
But, to the observing eye, themes around one of the oldest taboos have snuck into the entertainment industry against an underlying current of alleged real-life stories.
This isn’t the first time a kind of “forbidden love” has been addressed in ways one starts suspecting there is an agenda.
Game of Thrones pushes to normalize incestuous relationships
The popular T.V. show Game of Thrones has challenged sexual taboos since 2011. Twins have been depicted as having children together. A man married to nineteen of his daughters who bear his children. In fact, the series has reached a point where viewers rejoice when a man unknowingly gets it on with his aunt.
Such is an example of predictive programming: gradually changing our perceptions around an issue that, over time, results in a new conventional belief among the masses.
Let’s be honest. Before the “gay revolution” of the 2000s, many more than today would have squirmed at the sight of two men kissing. There was no accepted reference to homosexualism in the mainstream public sphere.
What is this all really about?
Since the mid-2000s, the academic, corporate and entertainment industries have been plague-ridden by the indoctrination of lifestyles other than heterosexual and monogamous, branded as “loving different” or a “different lifestyle choice that isn’t harming anyone else.”
If kind-hearted employers and co-workers, friends and family thought that the movement around “gay rights” was meant to tackle prejudice towards people in same-sex relationships, they were sadly mistaken. Civilization would not resume without diverse “sexual preferences” relentlessly rubbed in our faces—be it in school, sports, or down the grocery store.
The ultimate goal? Every sexual taboo and every kind of “forbidden love” must be confronted, normalized and promoted. And in doing so, demolish the remainder of a Christian-inspired moral framework from society.
This isn’t going to stop anytime soon. We’re witnessing an attempt to normalize a behavior that will make the average person jerk.
Testing waters to gauge public sentiment on incestuous affairs
To successfully change public perceptions on a mass scale, predictive programming begins by planting a seed of thought.
For example, in another piece by The U.S. Sun in July 2021, a TikTok video reportedly shows a young woman claiming to let her husband have sex with her mother. Although strictly not incestuous, it’s arguably a degree of separation from the act itself.
The news outlet reported that the clip has been viewed over 11.6 million times and has “shocked social media users.” Regardless of whether the claims in the TikTok video are genuine—though it was confirmed true in a later piece—the article graphically addresses a sexual taboo involving a blood relative.
Next, it’s essential to measure the public’s reaction and then allow the seed to sink into their subconscious without pushing too hard. Otherwise, current conventional beliefs will overwhelmingly reject an act on the verge of incestuous, let alone a lifestyle choice.
In the same article, a poll asks the reader, “Would you ever have a threesome?” Not “Would you ever commit incest?” because most people’s blood would crawl, but the question is nonetheless presented in a piece where the main character’s sexual fetish involves her mother.
Concerned? We will continue to witness the topic of incest resurface with seemingly bizarre sensational stories that challenge our moral boundaries, constantly adding more water to the seed of “loving different.” The public outlook will be continually tested but never aggressively pushed as any agenda to normalize incest will backfire if the masses are still heavily judgemental towards the act.
Using terminology and “science” to justify moral degradation
In April 2021, a story appeared around a lawsuit filed against New York State in which stated: “The proposed spouses are adults. The proposed spouses are biological parent and child. The proposed spouses are unable to procreate together.”
The lawsuit also uses a carefully crafted term to supposedly add more weight to the argument: PAANCP, which means Parent and Adult-Child Non-Procreatable. Yes, this relates to incest between a parent and child, one of whom would not be able to have children, which, supposedly makes their marriage acceptable?
Moreover, a shocking story in May 2022 by The New York Post revealed that a Michigan mom, who fell in love with her biological son, says science is responsible for their romance of having “mind-blowing sex.”
“This is not incest, it is GSA. We are like peas in a pod and are meant to be together,” the mom expressed in relation to a phenomenon characterized as “genetic sexual attraction.”
So now an alleged genetic condition explains an urge leading to an incestuous behavior, which supposedly makes their relationship okay? Moreover, this particular story was initially plastered over the mainstream news in 2016. Without any new developments, why remind the public six years later?
Activism for normalizing incest has already been triggered
In an exclusive interview with The Sun Online in November 2018, a U.S. woman reportedly in a relationship with her brother, expressed to being on a “mission” to legalize incest and allow family members to marry and have babies together.
The woman, in her mid-30s back then, kept her identity secret for fear of prosecution, and delivered the same-old justification that has challenged most sexual taboos to date:
“As long as everybody is a consenting adult, they should be able to do whatever they want to do in their own bedrooms—it’s up to them how they want to live their lives.”
No. The problem is that it will not stay within “their own bedrooms.” Just like the campaign to accept homosexualism turned into antagonizing our eyes with graphic images of kissing schoolgirls and loved-up cowboys on the screen, followed by activist educators indoctrinating “loving different” ideas to 5-year-old students.
Yes, it’s coming out of “their own bedrooms” and into everybody else’s. Just like Pride month turned into Drag Queen Story Hour to normalize transsexualism and support children who might be feeling confused, believe they’re trapped in the wrong body and need their genitals mutilated by the time they’ve barely hit puberty.
Once again, ‘science’ is pushed forward—explaining how the condition of GSA causes an intense sexual appeal between close blood relatives who were separated at a young age and then met for the first time as adults.
Between all the scientific jargon, the theme of incest plans to spread like poison—slowly but consistently—until it’s infected enough young adult minds to the point where mainstream consumers are indifferent or accepting.
During this time, expect turmoil and protests around the possibility of de-criminalizing incest. Then, when there’s enough built-up momentum and enough laws passed, our children will be next.
With my right hand over my heart, I hope none of this ever happens with all the above said.
But we must be on guard.
Counter-weight grassroots activism—by we, the people
Non-RINO conservatives (yes, we know you still exist), parents and educators with a genuine spirit of activism: get ready to fight in the courts and in the school boards.
For every concerned individual who doesn’t want their children to be infected, the antidote to the viral normalization of incest can arise in a few forms.
If possible, consider remote learning, homeschooling or take advantage of the recent surge in “homeschool pods” where a small group of parents pull together to form their own curriculum. Homeschool pods offer flexibility since students will be learning under the direction of at least one parent or a hired teacher.
If the kids stay in their local school, team up with a group of like-minded parents and attend school board meetings. Stay fully engaged, alert, and, where necessary, deliver an unapologetic criticism of lessons. Take a hard stance against the slightest inclination, like a sexually graphic elementary book that aims to coax students into accepting moral degradation.
The culture war is also being fought in entertainment and media. To take charge of these industries, a subset of America’s youth must be raised in an environment that equips them with the moral foundation, and the social and professional skills to shift the direction of American culture against adversity and backlash from potential lobbying powers.
Hence, the trajectory of American civilization is up to us—we, the people. So what’s it going to be?
By Cameron Keegan
Cameron Keegan is an independent researcher and writer on American politics, faith, and culture affecting young people through a conservative disposition. Having worked with children, teenagers, and young adults to support their learning and development, Cameron cares deeply about the trajectory of the United States. To learn more about Cameron’s work, visit https://ckeeganan.substack.com, and for comments or questions, send an email to email@example.com.
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