This poll proves how devastatingly effective progressive indoctrination has been

Posted: March 30, 2023 by Jon Fournier in Uncategorized
Tags: , , , ,

I have been a very outspoken critic of progressive indoctrination and progressive revisionist history.  Both have done tremendous harm to college students since the mid 1960s, when they were unleashed like a plague.  Progressives used these two destructive strategies as tools to brainwash impressionable youth, of college and school age, into believing collectivism is superior to individualism.

Individualism is one of the most important founding principle of the United States.  In order to destroy our national love of individual liberty, progressives knew they must first destroy our history.

I knew that progressives have been effective at their schemes to condition the last two generations based on conversations I’ve had with large numbers of individuals, news coverage on conservative libertarian sites, and the past couple of elections.  It wasn’t until I saw this article, Poll: Support for Traditional American Values, Patriotism Declines (, that I knew how exceedingly effective their brainwashing has been.

Beginning with patriotism, only 38 percent of Americans say it is “very important” to them, down from 61 percent in 2019 and 70 percent in 1998. Thirty-five percent say patriotism is “somewhat important,” and 27 percent say it is “not that important (16 percent) and “not at all important” (11 percent).

Broken down by political affiliation, Republicans (59 percent) are more likely than Democrats (23 percent) and independents (29 percent) to rank patriotism as a “very important” value. Older adults are also more likely to place more importance on patriotism than young adults. Twenty-three percent of adults under 30 say patriotism is “very important” compared to 59 percent of seniors ages 65 and older.

Respondents were also asked about how they view the United States. Twenty-one percent say the United States “stands above all countries in the world,” 50 percent say it is “one of the greatest countries in the world, along with some others,” and 27 percent say “there are other countries better than the United States.” The percentage of Americans who believe other countries are better than the U.S. rose to 27 percent from 19 percent in 2016.

Have we reached the point of no return?  Is there any hope of regaining control over our institutions of learning?   I think it very well may be no hope, but we must immediately try, and our effort must be a Herculean effort.

Comments are closed.