I have posted several articles on the very fast moving agenda in our schools that will cause terrible harm to our children. The homosexual agenda could destroy the moral fabric of our country as they target children, since that is where our future lies. Have you checked your local school's curriculum and textbooks? California's news law and our own government's initiative is on the move to indoctrinate our children into the homosexual agenda.
Recent ad concerning the Canadian mandate which promotes the homosexual agenda in the Canadian school system, which the US is headed towards. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=blkFl0-ZJdY
Main Article Gary Yinger's Article is below
In numerous civilizations throughout history, personal values and morality have slid into the pit and were attended to by God's wrath. The slide is, again, well underway in our great USA today. The destruction of Sodom is the classic example in history where the town was obliterated for practicing the homosexual lifestyle.
Homosexual activists have set a well planned and well financed agenda that started in the 1960s and now includes not only tolerance of their lethal lifestyle but acceptance with privileges as a special class, as a minority group. The key target is our youth. This can be seen in the following written by "gay revolutionary" Mark Swift and printed in the February 15, 1987 issue of Gay Community News. These excerpts are reprinted from the Congressional Record:
"We shall sodomize your sons, We shall seduce them in your schools, in your dormitories, in your gymnasiums, in your locker rooms, in your youth groups, Your sons shall become our minions and do our bidding. They will come to crave and adore us. All laws banning homosexual activity will be revoked. Instead, legislation shall be passed which engenders love between men. Our writers and artists will make love between men fashionable.... We shall raise vast, private armies...to defeat you. The family unit....will be abolished. Perfect boys will be conceived and grown in the genetic laboratory....All churches who condemn us will be closed. Our only gods are handsome young men. All males who insist on remaining stupidly heterosexual will be tried in homosexual courts of justice and will become invisible men. Tremble, hetero swine, when we appear before you without our masks."
IT'S TIME FOR TRUTH, THE WHOLE TRUTH, NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH
Seduction To Destruction: The Homosexual Agenda
Dr. Judith Reisman, expert witness before the attorney general’s commission on pornography and veteran researcher has found contrary to the popular view that there is little crossover between homosexuality and pedophilia, she says homosexuals are anxious to recruit young boys--a practice that is becoming easier than to sex education and “diversity programs” in schools that teach children to consider homosexuality as both acceptable and normal.
NO pedophile has the right to seduce or enslave a child for sexual pleasure!
As early as 1997 the International Epidemiological Association concluded that homosexual and bisexual lifestyle expectancy was 8 to 20 years less than all men and if this mortality continues, half of homosexual and bisexual men now age 20 will not reach the age of 65.
According to the highly respected conservative Family Research Council from “sifting of evidence from four separate databases support the conclusion that homosexual activities may shorten the person’s life span by as much as 30%” In addition...”Median age of death for homosexuals was 45, with only 2% surviving past 65 [while the median age of the ‘normal’ population was over 70 with more than 60% living past 65].” Further, “Causes of early death included murder, accidents, and drug abuse, but primarily sexually transmitted diseases [STDs}. Homosexuals were 116 times more apt to be murdered, 24 times more likely to commit suicide, 18 times more likely to die in traffic accidents.”
The Journal of the American Medical Association reported:
NO medical professional can ethically avoid warning our youth of these deadly lifestyle dangers. Medical representatives should be in day care centers and grade schools presenting warnings of these lethal lifestyle choices. This should be a lesson discussed with children at annual physical time.
In 1991 the Occupational Safety and Health Administration enacted rules designed to protect health care personnel from the spread of blood-borne pathogens such as HIV and Hepatitis. Employers were forced, by law, subject to jail and/or fines, to educate their employees to prevent transmission and likely premature death.
Homosexuality is a lie, otherwise homosexuals would not be dying!
Where is OSHA in the classroom and day care? Don’t our children count? Are they old enough to know about condom use but not pain, suffering and premature death? Or are pedophiles “feelings” and behavior acceptance more important than the health of our youth to our society?
NO elected or appointed legislative body has the right to enact laws that provide those performing deviant sex practices the status of a special minority class, with special insurance and workplace benefits. What will be the next special class, those who have sex with animals or the dead. Where will it end? It’s the responsibility of your congressmen to keep laws for family protection (such as male/female marriage) and get tougher with new legislation against the threats to child welfare by the homosexual lethal lifestyle.
When the homosexual lifestyle is taught, it must be the whole truth with explanation and pictures of diseases, suffering and premature death of those who go there. Half truths, obfuscation and cover-up are lies as we see in Suffer the Children.
NO teacher or instructor in day care or grade school, in a position of parental trust, has the right to introduce propaganda or homosexual tolerance or acceptance without the full picture of this lethal lifestyle and obviously not without the parents knowledge.
The Family Policy Network produced a list of diseases contacted and spread through the lethal lifestyle of homosexuality. These include, but are not limited to, the following:
5.Oral lesions from herpes, HPV (warts), chancroid, lymhogranuloma venereum, or granuloma inguinale.
6.Nongonolococcal pharyngitis from chlamydia, other STD’s
8.Enteric (intestinal) infections
13.Nonspecific procitis (from chlamydia and other STDs)
18.Anorectal granuloma inguinale
25.Urethritis from various STDs
31.Epididymitis and/or proctitis
35.Campylobacter fetus (bacteria)
36.Enterogenic E. coli bacteria
37.Hepatitis (A, B, and others)
41.Enterobius vemicularis (parasite)
As these diseases become resistant to medication, mutations and permutations occur. To keep the human body fighting to resist the spread of further illness the immune system breaks down and premature death results.
*15,000 new cases of HIV/AIDS alone are reported daily in the world. Will one be a son, daughter, grandson or granddaughter?
The Boy Scouts of America were victorious in the Supreme Court of the United States against the frontal assault by the homosexuals. This was a grand outcome for morality and the right of a private association to select its leaders. Now the struggle for the minds and bodies of our youth is on fast track in the school systems as professionally developed videos target school students, teachers bring homosexuals to classes to promote their agenda and the truth is twisted to favor the homosexual agenda.
The American Family Association pamphlet “Pro-Homosexual Video Targets Public Schools” relates the following:
|PRO-HOMOSEXUAL VIDEO TARGETS PUBLIC SCHOOLS
by Ed Vitagliano | AFA Journal
The battle in this country between those holding to traditional morality and those espousing hedonism has reached a fever pitch, manifested in no clearer terms that the ideological conflict over homosexuality. But forget about same-sex marriage, employment discrimination or AIDS funding. There may be no area of debate that causes blood pressures to escalate more rapidly than the question of whether public schools should teach children about homosexuality.
Now the homosexual community has thrown down the gauntlet by unveiling a video entitled It’s Elementary: Talking About Gay Issues In School, and as its title implies, the video is aimed at the educational establishment.
The video is produced by Helen Cohen and Debra Chasnoff, the latter an Academy Award-winning documentary producer. In 1992 Chasnoff became the first woman to openly declare her lesbianism at the Oscars.
The producers went into six elementary and middle schools where teachers and principals are already force-feeding children with pro-gay grist. The narrator says the educators allowed the filming “in the hope of inspiring other educators and parents to take the next step in their own school communities to teach children respect for all.”
The video was funded largely by the San Francisco-based Columbia Foundation, as well as People for the American Way, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, and the California Teacher Association’s Gay and Lesbian Caucus. The film also credits the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) with a hand in helping to fund the project.
It’s Elementary has picked up several awards, including the prestigious C.I.N.E. Golden Eagle for the Best Teacher Education Film of 1996.
Targeted to state departments of education and local school boards, the video has been screened in at least six states, and California Assemblywoman Sheila J. Kuehl, an open lesbian, said she intends to have it shown in all 50 states.
The narrator’s voice calmly introduces the video while the camera pans over a playground full of children playing peacefully together at a public school. “Most adults probably don’t see why schools should teach young children about gay people,” the voice says. While that is no doubt true, it becomes clear in It’s Elementary that homosexual activists see why schools should teach about the gay lifestyle.
It is to capture the hearts and minds of the next generation. In fact, in an interview about the video with a Santa Fe newspaper, Chasnoff states candidly, “What’s clear in the film is that the younger the kids, the more open they were....If we could start doing this kind of education in kindergarten, first grade, second grade, we’d have a better generation.”
Out of the mouths of babes
“Most adults probably don’t see ...” becomes the theme of this documentary, portraying the ignorance and bigotry of adults - including parents - as the fountainhead of homphobia. In contrast, pro-homosexual statements are heard coming from the mouths of children, shown as innocents who have thus far been uncontaminated by the backwater views of adults.
A student in one New York City school thinks even 5- and 6-year-olds should be given books about the homosexual lifestyle. If parents “freak out,” it’s only because they are “biased.” And a second grade boy in Cambridge, Mass., says an adult who is opposed to lesbianism is not very“open-minded,” and in fact is downright “prejudiced.” This theme supplies the rationale for It’s Elementary: keep the discussion of homosexuality out of the hands of ignorant parents, and place it in the hands of an enlightened public school system.
Celia Klehr, whose child has gone through her school’s pro-homosexual program, has nothing but praise for the curriculum. But what if a parent disapproves of homosexuality? The program is still beneficial, Klehr insists.“At least this way it opens the topic,” she says, “so that you can then teach what you believe to your child.” But Klehr’s reasoning begs the question - should schools be teaching this in the first place?
If a parent views homosexuality as wrong, what is the child to do with a contradictory message coming from another respected authority figure - the child’s teacher? A wedge has been driven between the child’s two worlds: home and school; doubt has been raised in the child’s mind about whether or not his/her parents are wrong.
What if a child simply accepts the teacher’s pro-gay view without question, and never raises the issue at home? The moral values of some parents have been effectively undermined by an authority figure at school, and homosexual advocates have won the initial skirmish in the war for the hearts and minds of a future generation.
Ellen Varella, principal of Peabody Elementary School in Cambridge, Mass., decided that her school would host a “photo-text exhibit” entitled, “Love Makes a Family: Living in Lesbian and Gay Families.” She said she anticipated no controversy, because the school community was a “very open and embracing and nurturing community.”
The decision did result in controversy, however, presumably among the closed-minded, non-nurturing types. When a friend warned her that she could lose her job over the exhibit, Varella was unfazed. “I felt strongly that the children in this community needed to be educated around this topic,” she said.
Perhaps one of the most shocking statements in It’s Elementary came from Thomas Price, principal of Cambridge Friends School in Cambridge, Mass. “I don’t think that it’s appropriate that values only be taught at home,” he said. “There are social values as well, there are community values.” And apparently those critical community values include this one: homosexuality is good.
Enlightened white knights of the public schools
The underlying belief of these social architects is that parents cannot be trusted to convey the truth about homosexuality to their children. The intervention of the public schools is necessary. At a faculty meeting at Cambridge Friends School, the teachers are discussing the results of their fourth annual Gay and Lesbian Pride Day. One teacher admits, “I think that we are asking kids to believe that (the homosexual lifestyle) is right....[W]e’re educating them, and this is part of what we consider to be a healthy education,” (emphasis added).
Some go beyond mere recommendation of advocacy. Take for example George Sloan, principal at Luther Burbank Middle School in San Francisco. Sloan said he believed that learning under a pro-homosexual curricula “should be mandatory” for all students.
At the Manhattan Country School in New York City, eighth grade English teacher Carol O’Donnell listens as one student complains that she is confused about the issue of homosexuality, because her family tells her its wrong.
Another student agrees that kids hear different things from different places. The solution? “[S]chool needs to give us all the facts, so we can decide on our own what to think and what to do.” Some parents might be disturbed to know that their voice has been relegated to the status of being one among many. Yet it is the opinion promulgated in It’s Elementary that, when conflicting voices sow confusion, the public school system can intervene with the facts so the children can decide for themselves.
But are they given the facts? And are they really deciding for themselves?
“There’s no right or wrong answer...”
The introduction to the video tries to calm parental fears, by assuring them that the pro-gay curricula in schools will only be presented in “an age-appropriate way.” This translates very simply: rather than discussing sexual practices and sexually-transmitted diseases, the teachers will frame the issue as a discussion about tolerance and civil rights.
In New York City’s Public School 87, fourth-grade teacher Cora Sangree is reminding her students of a previous assignment, when she told them to paint whatever came to mind when she said the word, “Indian.” Now, she tells her children, they are to write whatever comes to mind when she says the word “lesbian” and “gay.”
One student asks, “So nothing’s right or wrong in this either?”“That’s right,” Sangree replies, “There’s no right or wrong answer.”
Those words play well to the casual observer of It’s Elementary. But a more critical examination of the video shows teachers’ subtle but powerful manipulation of the children to draw the desired conclusion.
In Kate Lyman’s first/second grade class the students often do “class books,” put together by the students themselves. On this day, Lyman shows the class their latest finished project, entitled, “Everybody is Equal: A Book About Gays and Lesbians.” The computer-generated introduction to their book says, in part, “We made this book to tell people to respect gay and lesbian people...” The teacher thus established the parameters of acceptable viewpoints in advance of the project: if you don’t think homosexuality is “equal” to heterosexuality, you don’t “respect” gay people.
At one school assembly celebrating Gay and Lesbian Pride Day, a teacher stands before the students and tells them he’s gay. Another teacher tearfully tells the children how proud she is of what they are doing, and encourages them to change the world with what they’ve learned.
At the beginning of It’s Elementary, the narrator explained, “We made this film to explore what does happen when experienced teachers talk about lesbians and gay men with their students.” What happens is clear. The sight of teachers standing before the entire school body in support of homosexuality has a coercive influence upon children that is frightening. Later Sangree, alone with the camera, discusses her observations about the day’s teaching session. The children, she says, are getting a lot of“misinformation” about homosexuals - not only from the culture, but also parents. And, she says, apparently to defuse potential protests, the curricula does not talk about sex. That, she says, would be inappropriate.
Instead, the school is merely attempting to eliminate “stereotypes” and promote respect. “[T]alking about people in different communities, and biases and discrimination and how that affects people’s lives,” Sangree said, “I think is appropriate.”
Here, finally, we discover that there is indeed a right and wrong answer after all.
Stacking the deck
If some of the teachers do not explicitly say that people are wrong when they oppose homosexuality, they do so implicitly. The words “gays and lesbians” are circled on the chalkboard in the third-grade class of teacher Daithi Wolfe, at Hawthorne Elementary School in Madison, Wisconsin. Then, as he begins to write down the words that students associate with homosexuality, a curious pattern develops. Any negative words offered by students about homosexuals are placed on the right side of his circle: “Homophobia.” “Discrimination.” “Name-calling.” “Weird.” And, of course, “Nazis” and “Hitler.”
But on the left side of the board - apparently the side with the “right” words - are “pink triangle,” “rainbow necklace,” “same (as real people),” and “equal rights.” Such blatant manipulation might not work on adults, but it is clearly effective on children. Kim Coates, an eighth grade health science teacher at Luther Burbank Middle School in San Francisco, invited two homosexuals to address her class. One of the speakers, a lesbian, starts off telling the students that she didn’t come to school to recruit kids into the homosexual lifestyle. Instead, she admits that she came to change their minds about gays. While they may have come to school thinking homosexuals are evil, she hoped they would leave thinking that “gay people are just like me.” And she accomplishes her goal. After the class, some of the students are interviewed, and they admit that the two speakers have changed the way they view homosexuality.
Christians are the enemies of homosexuals
When It’s Elementary is not pointing the finger at bigoted parents in general, it zeroes in on Christians in particular: the Christian view of homosexuality is highlighted as an example of outrageous bigotry. In one sequence of clips from TV talks shows, two apparent Christians present the view of their faith. One says, “God hates fags.” The other: “The Bible that I read says homosexuals should be put to death.” Later, a fifth-grade boy observes, “Some Christians believe that if you’re gay or lesbian that you’ll go to hell, so they want to torture them.” This skewed view of Christianity is no accident. Chasnoff has said that the film was made, in part, to counter the “hysteria of the Religious Right.” But not all religious views of homosexuality are ridiculed in the video. What, for example, is the theological position of Thomas Price, principal of Cambridge Friends School? “We really believe that there’s God in every person, and those people include homosexuals, too,” he says.
In a twist that is positively evil, the children at one Gay and Lesbian Pride Day school assembly are led by a platoon of teachers in singing, “This Little Light of Mine.”
If there was any doubt remaining, the moral worldview of the pro-homosexual curricula surveyed in It’s Elementary is clarified by one teacher in Cambridge.
After saying that students must be taught that all lifestyles are equal, she says, “There isn’t a right way, there isn’t a wrong way; there isn’t a good way, there isn’t a bad way. The way that it is, is what it is.”
Homosexual advocates have realized that their greatest potential for changing America’s mind about the gay lifestyle lies in changing the seed for tomorrow’s crop. Varella, in fact, said she allowed her school’s photo-text exhibit in the hope that it would contribute to “improving our civilization,” because children are the “leaders of tomorrow.” With efforts like It’s Elementary, homosexuals are well on their way to deciding what that tomorrow will look like.