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Neo-communism targeting families

Where Soviet communism fell due to not being able to defeat the strength of traditional families, neo-communism is trying to strike at the concept of family first. Adrian Stankowski underlines the importance of traditional family values.

Multiple cultures created by humanity across the ages are connected by the idea of basing the development of society on family understood as a relationship between man and woman, which is the only one which provides a stable and complementary place for the proper development of future generations and therefore, the future of every society.

Neo-communists have learned their lessons from the failure of Soviet communism. As a result, the creation of the ideal “open society” must be preceded by the annihilation of normal society

Upbringing is the passing down of not only knowledge, but of all the models for behavior, especially those concerning intimacy, which should be conducted only in environments which are extra safe for child sensitivity.

Neo-communists have learned their lessons from the failure of Soviet communism, which lost not to Lech Wałęsa, but to families which were a natural vault for patriotic and cultural values. As a result, the creation of the ideal “open society” must be preceded by the annihilation of normal society. 

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