A reminder on morals: ‘You cannot give what you do not have’

Dear Editor,

As I read the interesting opinion letter speaking to parents needing to instill morals and values early on in their children, I would like to remind us that “you cannot give what you do not have.”

This problem with immorality did not just begin yesterday and just with today’s parents. This is part of a system designed to bring down the culture of life and morality and support the culture of death and immorality. You need to go back to the ’60s if you want to try and fix some of these problems.

Today’s parents that you speak of “not instilling moral values in their kids” are the children of the free love and sex parents. The same men and women who did not see the evil in abortion and contraception, which was a necessity for free love and sex, have raised children of their own with the same values as their own (none).

Of course we all have the ability to change the course of the history, but you have to stop acting like an insane society first. You also need to consider that even parents with good moral values at times are faced with kids that will commit immoral acts. This I blame on the immoral society, the culture of death where abortion and contraception is widely supported and freely available, public and private schools that refuse to teach abstinence because it is not cool and the “they’re going to do it anyway” mentality and, finally, peer pressure.

As the Clinton’s used to say “it takes a village to raise a child,” well that village has done just that – but that village happens to be infected with all of these diseases that I mentioned here. Of course Clintons where too busy enjoying their power and the oval office to notice this. Thanks to Planned Parenthood, the American Civil Liberties Union and slew of other immoral groups in this country, we are now on a slippery slope.

David Kaeini, Gilroy

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