By Kimberly Ells
(February 14, 2023; Regnery Gateway; $18.99)
ABOUT THE BOOK:
For centuries, the inherent bond and claim of mothers to their children have gone unquestioned. Nature makes plain that children belong to their mothers. It has also been long accepted that the family is the sacred context in which children are protected and loved and brought up to be good people. Author Kimberly Ells argues for the recovery and protection of these vital societal foundations in The Invincible Family: Why the Global Campaign to crush Motherhood and Fatherhood Can’t Win.
Drawing on years of research and international policy experience, Ellsexposes how the nuclear family is under attack. Social and political forces now seek to separate children from the family in the name of “equality.” Socialists and feminists see the family as perhaps their most formidable enemy. For socialists, the family is an obstacle to the full power of the progressive state. For feminists, the family denies female power and independence. Additionally, socialists and feminists have now found an ally in the United Nations. With its global power and influence, it has joined the effort to undercut the authority of the family through a variety of means, most disturbingly through its initiatives promoting the so-called “sexual rights” of children.
In The Invincible Family, Kimberly Ells exposes the alliance between globalist liberals, feminists, and socialists, and unveils the shocking harm being done to women and children in America and around the world. From her analysis, you’ll learn:
How, in the name of “equality,” women are actually losing inherent rights
How “science” is being intentionally perverted to advance an entirely unscientific agenda
Why the globalization of anti-family policies threatens our own families in the U.S.
Why there is hope that the alliance of feminists, socialists, and liberals can be defeated
The Invincible Family is a shocking and essential report on how your family and children could be threatened – and what you and all concerned citizens can do to defend the institution of the family and our inherent human rights.