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What about the good family?
The good family would be: husband, wife, children.
There is love in the home. Not sticky, gooey celebration. What they used to call abiding love. Thereby eliminating the need for pretentious pronouncements and internal “awards ceremonies.”
The father and mother have worked out, over time, who does what to keep home and hearth together.
The children are smart, resilient, independent, strong.
And of course, every year, on a national level, there would be a GOOD FAMILY MONTH. This event would feature stories of families who stick together.
The media outrage would be thunderous.
It would, in fact, form an integral part of the MONTH.
How can you have a good party without slings and arrows directed by the thought police?
“This horrific Month is code for racism and white supremacy.”
Turns out America is brimming with people who can detect surreptitious code at the drop of a hat. They should all be working for the CIA and NSA. We’d have the upper hand in the silent war against Russia and China in a matter of months.
“The good family is a sick joke. These people actually hate each other.”
And then the people of a good family would step forward and talk, and everyone would know how real GOOD can get. No frills. No jive. No tap dancing. Just straight from the shoulder stories.
“Oh yes, THAT,” people would say. “I forgot it still exists.”
The crawling creeper denizens who design millions of fake bot accounts at Twitter would do their best to create the impression of a hurricane defaming the family…but they would fail.
The White House would try to turn its back on family, but it would lose. The President would look like a morbid idiot. Meaning he would maintain his usual standard of behavior.
Little armies of fathers who have deserted their families would coalesce and try to stem the tide of acclaim for The Good Family. They’d concoct all sorts of excuses for their actions, even holding out their hands for a pay day from government.
But nothing would shake good families, because they’d already survived the worst of days and come through with shining swords.
A few obsessive perverts in the Congress would have their PR people draft statements blaming Russian disinformation for GOOD FAMILY MONTH. This novel campaign would serve as a welcome distraction from House members worrying about inclusion in Ghislaine Maxwell’s and Jeffrey Epstein’s little black books of clients.
“No one wants your Good Family crap. This is the new America. Those old days are gone.”
But it turns out they’re not.
Television networks pull their lineups of films. They air The Best Years of Our Lives over and over, and hide the one about the single mother hooker who’s planning to steal her biker ex-husband’s drug stash and the one about the mom who works in a diner suddenly flying to the Himalayas to train with a master in secret martial arts techniques so she can come back and kill her abusive husband.
The Good Family creates a pause.
A pause which highlights the down-drafting vortex called Culture. People would look around and say, “What was I thinking?” “My eight-year old’s teacher is dressing up like a drag queen and putting on an after-school dance class for his favorite students?” “A full-time trans drag queen downtown just got her Masters in Ed and is teaching algebra at Jimmy’s 40 grand a year prep school?”
An ambitious producer at a local NBC affiliate lays on an innovative man in the street interview series, in which parents are asked: “During this Good Family Month, what do you now know that you didn’t know before?”
The requests from the public to answer that question create a flood of incoming calls to the station.
Life, as it was once known, begins to take over...
-- Jon Rappoport
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