Have the secular media robbed young people of their faith and a reason for life?
· Is this why are our town centres are full of fighting and drunk young people who end up lying in the gutter?
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But this type of behaviour is not restricted to the festive period. If you were to visit one of Britain’s town centres on a Friday or Saturday night you may encounter a strange ritual taking place, namely the taking of large quantities of alcohol and then falling in the gutter or fighting with each other or with the police, - and that’s just the women.
I must admit I hadn’t visited a town centre on a week-end evening for quite a while until the middle of last year. It was then I first noticed a serious behavioural change among weekend revellers. Getting off the train at a medium sized midland town at about 9pm I needed to walk through part of the town to get to my car. Upon leaving the station I was confronted by a man who had decided to relieve himself on the side walk, and as a little river ran across the pavement, another man called out “Mind your feet!” and two young women ‘dressed to kill’ giggled as they leaped over the growing yellow snake of liquid. I was a bit shocked by this. I hurried past without commenting, - perhaps I should have said something, but what?
This is the desperate seeking of pleasure and fun by the young adults who have been robbed of their faith by the secular media and betrayed by many in the Church; drink and sex is now all they have left. Our week-end town centres are full of hundreds of people staggering drunk, vomiting, fighting, passed out, relieving themselves and even having sex in doorways. Young women dressed to the nines and passed out in the gutter is not an unusual sight in our town centre streets. The police call it the ‘graveyard shift’, and people the worse for drink, drugs and fighting are putting a serious strain on hospitals. Many are raised on a diet of junk food eaten in front of the telly which makes their scantily clad bodies bulge in their tight dresses. Their attitudes and lessons on life come from East Enders and Coronation Street, from the X-factor and Big Brother and a plethora of inane TV mind junk. These are not happy people. The broadcasters have robbed them of their common sense. Instead of faith they have football. Instead of a charitable demeanour they have attitude. Instead of prayer they have porn. Instead of hymns and Gregorian chant they have the latest mind numbing songs and attitudes driven home with a loud electronic beat from Lady GaGa or one of her clones. Young women dressed like prostitutes, too drunk to care, flash their undergarments for a laugh; they fall and pass out on the pavement or fight with each other just like the boys.
Why is this happening? Is it simply drink or modern attitudes? Or both? Could it be that these young people are victims of the secular zeitgeist? Perhaps giving these people attitude problems is a deliberate attempt to destroy traditional values by the broadcasters and politicians? Is it at its heart socialist in its instigation? Remember it was the last Labour government that legalised the round-the-clock selling of alcohol by pubs and clubs, but a ‘Conservative’ government that has legalised same-sex marriage, and children get lessons on sex, even ‘gay’ sex, in their schools. Is this all part of the left-liberal elite in the main stream media and the political think-tanks attempt to destroy traditional values?
By Prayer Crusader under the patronage of St Philomena and Bl Dominic