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The Fox Network Marked A Significant Decline in The Morality of America


Last night, I was sitting on the couch reading with the television on in the background for ambient noise and lighting. Low and behold, an episode of Married With Children came on at about 3:00 AM.

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It occurred to me that the rise of the Fox Network marked a significant decline in the moral health of the United States. Was it a product of the time or did it help foster our decline? I think it was a bit of both.

Obviously, the public was accepting of shows like Married With Children because they deviated from the standard template that depicted the American family in an unrealistic way. However, the show was so blatantly immoral that I think it also helped to normalize the view that the family is an insignificant and damaging factor in a person’s life and has thus contributed to its decline. I think that was largely the point, and it is why the show was promoted and made into the pop cultural phenomenon that it became.

Interestingly, the show touched upon many aspects that were essential to the globalist agenda at that point in time, modern feminism, political correctness, rampant materialism, deindustrialization, and the like. However, I think that the joking way that these issues were presented actually helped to soften the blow of the reality that existed at that time and made people think of these issues through a comical lens that benefited the powers that were advancing them.

Therefore, I think that it is fair to say that the satire that was involved was a way for art to imitate life to a certain degree, but also present was the show’s usefulness as a propaganda tool to drive life closer to the dark cynical view presented by the show.

I noticed that Married With Children was not a show that has held up well to the test of time. Perhaps it is because of how the seemingly benign social problems that it made fun of have now metastasized into a sinister disease that is threatening to choke the life out of the United States.

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Now days, almost every show exists at a morality that is equal to or less than that of Married With Children, sex is pushed openly during prime time, children’s shows do not exhibit strong moral lessons, and the amoral anti-hero has risen as the new character of interest for the American public to watch. All of this, taken in conjunction with the plethora of shows that glorify the police state or make perping and snitch-like behavior seem cool and trendy spells disaster, I dare say.

The only solution is to turn off the damn T.V. and start engaging politically on the local, state, and federal level, making it clear to those who have put themselves out front as the mouthpieces for globalists that we, the People, know that we have been had; we are not happy about it; and we demand justice for the social engineering that shows like Married With Children helped to foster.

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