Pearls of Patriotism

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The evidence that our culture is no friend of families is abundant. In too many cases, we neglected to teach them sacrifice, to put others ahead of themselves, to seek to accomplish the good or the great rather than satisfying their own desires. And unless we reverse course, a greater catastrophe looms in the not too distant future. The Millennials and Generation Z will be the parents—at least some of them will—the teachers, and the mentors of the next generation. Will they pass on their diminished views of patriotism? Will they lead their children away from religious faith as so many of them were led away?

Will they grow healthy families?

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Eight of my grandchildren were born after , and of the others, the oldest is only My own four children are all Millennials, and in no way fit the description of decline described in this survey. They and their spouses all practice a religious faith, love their country, and believe in the value of family and children.

First, we can raise our kids to be tough. We can bestow on them some of the virtues once a part of the American fabric. A belief in truth, a willingness to serve, a love of liberty and its handmaiden responsibility, frugality, hard work, the desire to solve problems rather than looking to government for those solutions: we can instill these traditional values in the next generation. Next, we can educate our children. If we practice a faith, we can deposit that faith in our children, making certain they understand both the letter and the spirit of its laws.

Whatever our circumstances—married, divorced, single parent—we can model the meaning of family life. Finally, when the culture pushes on us, we have the duty to push back. Under second President Soeharto, who was deposed in following years of corruption, Pancasila took a rest. Blame for the blandness of the TV debate lies partly with the nervous KPU which set rigid rules, disallowing personal attacks.

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Questions and answers were confined to short timed grabs which were more personality show-offs than policy statements with rupiah price tags. More revealing was the body language. He swaggered and hectored. Widodo, who could get a job as a menswear model if he loses, has been fronting huge rallies around the nation. He looked exhausted and on two occasions sat down without filling his allotted time. Prabowo, who was educated in the US, threw in a few English phrases which made no contextual sense.

He wants more spent on defence though there are no threats on any horizon; big boys need big toys. Voters who want a return to father-knows-best government rather than the messy business of democracy, will have been impressed by Prabowo. The danger facing mild-mannered Widodo is not that his yawning supporters will switch sides, but will stay in bed on polling day, a national holiday.

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Booths close at 1 pm. Australian journalist Duncan Graham lives in Indonesia and writes for the English language press. More revealing was the body language.


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He swaggered and hectored. Widodo, who could get a job as a menswear model if he loses, has been fronting huge rallies around the nation. He looked exhausted and on two occasions sat down without filling his allotted time.

Prabowo, who was educated in the US, threw in a few English phrases which made no contextual sense. He wants more spent on defence though there are no threats on any horizon; big boys need big toys.


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Voters who want a return to father-knows-best government rather than the messy business of democracy, will have been impressed by Prabowo. The danger facing mild-mannered Widodo is not that his yawning supporters will switch sides, but will stay in bed on polling day, a national holiday.

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