Friday, April 18, 2008

The Curse of 1920

Funny or scary? I can't tell if this is satire or not, but it seems straight up. If it's real, wow. 
In 1920, a three-pronged Curse was unleashed upon America and the world, effecting the most dramatic and destructive changes to man since the Garden of Eden. This three-pronged Curse is: the women’s rights movement; jazz, rock ‘n’ roll, and rap; and abortion and euthanasia.

The Curse of 1920 chronicles the wholly destructive affects of this Curse, affording conclusive evidence from multiple sources, and critically gets to the very root of our nation’s most compelling governmental, social, and religious problems.

As this book clearly reveals, the root of this Curse lies in women, the black man, feminized men, the church, and is even rooted 3,726 years before in Abraham.

But exposing these problems is only the beginning; for unless we take specific measures to reverse The Curse of 1920, it will continue to destroy us! These measures are clearly laid out here.

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