Our kids are getting quite an education | Public school libraries are actually stocking pornography on their shelves,
which can be checked out and read by students as young as fourteen!
By J. Jeff Toler, for Shenandoah Christian Alliance
You would think most Americans would be horrified at the idea of being called a terrorist by the authorities. But maybe most Americans are not aware that a growing number of parents—mostly moms—are finding themselves in the crosshairs of a militarized “justice” department. Strange how the party of free speech of a generation ago, has become the party of oppression. And to think It all started in the school library.
At the heart of the issue is the now obvious inclusion of racism and sexual perversions greeting our students at school. Mothers are particularly offended at the current curriculum, self-serving teachers, and politicized administrators, and are going to school board meetings to protest—loudly.
Public school libraries are actually stocking pornography on their shelves, which can be checked out and read by students as young as fourteen!
[Warning: linked web pages contain graphic language, and readers are cautioned of potential offense.]
After a Texas mother blasted a school board last week over a [sodomy] passage in a junior high library book, a Virginia mom, Stacy Langton, said she caught wind of the viral incident and wondered what might be in the library of Fairfax High School, where her child attends. Both Fox News and The Blaze (with contributions from The Daily Wire) are reporting, with graphic evidence, how utterly shameful and deeply disturbing the issue has become.
We have written before about the penchant for leftist politicians to abuse our children, but this latest revelation makes mere editorializing somewhat inane. At this stage of the collapse of western civilization, we ought rightly consider how we offer aid and support to families in Virginia who were not prepared for the outright assault the public (government) schools, the leftist politicians, and their media cohorts are hurling on families and communities. (As always, we make this heartfelt plea: remove your students from the public schools without delay. SCA is amassing a powerful compendium of homeschool, and qualified private Christian school options to assist you with this decision.)
We can’t help but wonder where the threats of violence and other “criminal conduct,” are actually coming from.
Just recently, as reported in The Hill, The Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that it is investigating terrorist threats made against teachers and school board members nationwide.
The agency said in a statement on Monday that it was launching a series of efforts “in the coming days” to address rising criminal conduct “directed toward school personnel.”
If all the evidence we are seeing are mothers, and their supporters, using the due process afforded them at official board meetings, and objecting to school policies and curriculum, we can’t help but wonder where the threats of violence and other “criminal conduct,” are actually coming from. Indeed, given the extent of the insulting arrogance extended toward parents, it is remarkable how little evidence there actually is of so-called “violence.”
What we are really seeing is the growing evidence of brute tyranny toward a free people (or what still remains) given in a public forum. School board meetings are mandated by all manner of local, state, and federal laws to hold these meetings open to the community that elected the board members—and moreover, whose tax money is paying their salaries.
But it gets even more brazen when we see and hear what one gubernatorial candidate thinks concerning these citizens using constitutionally protected speech for redress.
In recent reports, including this one from the editors of National Review, Terry McAuliffe seems to be at war with parents, reporting, “In the Virginia gubernatorial debate on Tuesday evening, Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe insisted that parents should have no role in directing the education of their children and doubled down in a subsequent media interview.”
“McAuliffe, a former governor of Virginia and longtime Democratic operative, issued this pronouncement after being asked whether ‘protections for transgender students’ should be determined at the state level or in each school district.”
Yes, he is actually saying parents should have no say in what schools can be teaching their own children.
Asked in a subsequent interview whether parents should have buy-in on a school’s curriculum, McAuliffe doubled down: “Listen, we have a board of ed working with the local school boards to determine the curriculum for our schools. You don’t want parents coming in every different school jurisdiction saying, ‘This is what should be taught here’ and, ‘This is what should be taught here.’”
Wouldn’t you know it’s those pesky parents making all the trouble for him. Well, thank God for them, because no else really seems to be standing up to him, and for our children.
How did we get here, and seemingly so fast?
The factors for this would take an enormous effort to fully catalog. The boiled down version can be summed up this way: being worldly was once thought of as striving for status, material things, company promotions, nice vacations. But this is not the only take-away from John, the apostle.
“Do not love the world or the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him. For all that is in the world—the desires of the flesh and the desires of the eyes and pride of life—is not from the Father but is from the world. And the world is passing away along with its desires, but whoever does the will of God abides forever.” (1 John 2:15-17)
Now consider… The ruler of this world—the cosmos—is Satan, the prince of the power of the air. Satan dominates the airwaves, and the atmosphere. He influences our thoughts and beliefs, and rules over the hearts of men who do wickedness. Mr. McAuliffe, you are playing a very dangerous game. That’s a warning, not a threat.
Paul writes, “For I am persuaded that neither death nor life, nor angels nor principalities nor powers, nor things present nor things to come, nor height nor depth, nor any other created thing, shall be able to separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 8:38-39)
Lovers of the world are also lovers of the powers of the world. As we have said many times before, we are in genuine spiritual warfare. We must be wise as serpents as we go forward.
May God give you strength.