Wednesday September 15, 2010

Jennifer Aniston and Destruction of the Family

Dear Friends,

“Destroy the Traditional Family: The Game”

No, we’re not joking. This game is real, and you can play it on this website.

Participants can use the cursor (shaped like a target) to click on images of happy traditional families, and watch as bombs fall onto the collage of smiling portraits, leaving only a black crater in their wake!

And we’re the intolerant bigots?

Of course we realize that the people behind the website have no intention of actually bombing families. But what it does make clear is what has been saying for years:

Very influential, well-funded people are trying to destroy the traditional family.

Anti-family groups, organizations, and individuals have made it their mission to completely deconstruct the family, giving it a subjective meaning that can be molded and warped to an individual’s liking. The result is not a new type of family, but the destruction of family, the bedrock of civilization, altogether.

Perhaps no institution has done more to further this destruction than Hollywood.

In early August, actress Jennifer Aniston revealed her opposition to the conventional family, asking, “What is it that defines a family? It isn’t necessarily the traditional mother, father, two children and a dog named Spot.” Aniston even claimed that fathers aren’t necessary, and that women “don’t have to fiddle with a man to have that child,” as though men are merely toys which may or may not be used as instruments for childbearing.

Moreover, the recently released film, “The Kids Are All Right,” starring Julianne Moore and Annette Bening, attempts to give normalcy to a lesbian-headed “family,” where the children were conceived with the help of a sperm donor. The title (and the whole film) is meant to suggest that such a lifestyle is perfectly natural and harmless.

The anti-family movement has certainly made progress over the past few decades, and Hollywood has been the perfect vehicle to spread its propaganda.

But while Hollywood has aided the anti-family movement in deconstructing the family, LifeSiteNews has been busy aiding the pro-family movement in defending it.

LifeSiteNews knows what constitutes a family, and marriage, and life. And we stand by these principles by exposing lies and calling attention to those who attempt to undermine our most essential values.

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LifeSiteNews and the pro-family movement need your support now. As websites use tasteless and disgusting tactics such as bombing images of happy families, and as Hollywood utilizes powerful propaganda bankrolled by the rich and the famous to redefine marriage and family, LifeSiteNews courageously stands against the wave of hatred and lies.

And while the opposition would even joke about harming families, LifeSiteNews will continue to pray for them, and work to change their minds. It is our hope that these groups will someday realize the truth, beauty, and goodness of the family, as God intended it to be.

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