Monday, October 13, 2008

They are teaching our kids to be gay!

Decision to teach kids to be 'gay' allowed to stand'This despicable ruling not of the people, nor for the people, but against the people'
Bob Unruh - October 08, 2008 - WorldNetDaily
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?pageId=77373
A federal court decision approving mandatory public school instruction for children as young as kindergarten in how to be homosexual is being allowed to stand, drawing a description of "despicable" from the parent who unsuccessfully challenged his school district's "gay" advocacy agenda.

Estabrook Elementary
The U.S. Supreme Court without comment has refused to intervene in a case prompted by the actions of officials at Estabrook Elementary school in Lexington, Mass., who not only were teaching homosexuality to young children, but specifically refused to allow Christian parents to opt their children out of the indoctrination.
The case on which WND has reported previously involves Massachusetts father David Parker, who with his wife now have withdrawn their children from public schools, for which they continue to pay taxes, and are homeschooling.

The decision by the Supreme Court leaves standing the ruling from the appeals court for Massachusetts, where Judge Sandra Lynch said those who are concerned over such civil rights violations "may seek recourse to the normal political processes for change in the town and state."
Earlier District Judge Mark Wolf had ordered that school officials' work to undermine Christian beliefs and teach homosexuality is needed to prepare children for citizenship, and if parents don't like it they can elect a different school committee or homeschool their children.

According to a new report from MassResistance, a pro-family organization following the case, the dispute was over the "Lexington Schools' aggressive policy of normalizing homosexual behavior to elementary school children and not allowing parents to be notified before or after, or being able to opt-out their kids from it."

The dispute grabbed headlines when Parker, on April 27, 2005, "was arrested and thrown in jail by school officials over his insistence on being notified regarding his son in kindergarten being taught about homosexual relationships by adults," Mass Resistance reported.
Another family was alarmed by a similar situation a short time later as the school not only continued its indoctrination, but "became more hostile to the Parkers, and local liberals and homosexual activists did their best to harass the family," Mass Resistance reported.
In fact, the school, led by Supt. Paul Ash, then stated in school publications they would not "compromise" on any points regarding the homosexual agenda.

"The [Supreme] court did not even bother to notify the Parkers or their attorneys," said Mass Resistance, which said what now will be enforced in the judicial district will be the lower bench rulings that the state has not only the right but "even the obligation … to promote homosexual relationships to young children."


"The unrelenting action of the Lexington schools to push homosexuality in the lower grades, as well as the ugly hostility of local liberals toward the Parkers and their children over this incident has taken its toll," Mass Resistance said. "This year the Parkers removed both of their children from the Estabrook Elementary School and have been homeschooling."
Parker gave no indication, however, he was quitting the overall battle against rampant normalization of homosexuality.

"The federal Supreme Court of the United States has tragically decided to deny our case from moving forward," Parker said in a statement. "We have exhausted all our legal options in the federal system for the protection of young children in the public schools. The Supreme Court has cowardly turned their backs on a parental rights issue that clearly has national significance with profound consequences.

"We believe that parents have the right and sacred responsibility to defend the psyches of their young impressionable children against such child predation. This includes more forceful measures to defend against, the inculcation and penetration, of perversion into their minds, behind the parent's back and against their will," Parker said.

"This despicable ruling is not of the people, nor for the people, and nor by the people – but against them. We, the people, must take back our government for the sake of our children and the sake of this nation," he said.

When Parker asked the Supreme Court for a review he noted the questions raised in the case have not been answered in previous cases. Those include: "Whether objecting parents have a constitutional right to opt their public school children out of, or even to receive notice of, undisputed government efforts to indoctrinate kindergarten, first and second grade school children into the propriety, indeed desirability, of same gender marriage."
Also at issue is whether those schools' "open and specific intention to indoctrinate … children into disbelieving core tenets of their families' deeply held religious faith constitutes a burden on the families' free exercise of religion."

The high court previously found, the request argued, the "primary role of the parents in the upbringing of their children is now established beyond debate as an enduring American tradition. Aspects of child rearing protected from unnecessary intrusion by the government include the inculcation of moral standards, religious beliefs, and elements of good citizenship."

In an earlier interview with WND, Parker warned allowing the appeals ruling to stand would "allow teachers in elementary schools to influence children into any views they wanted to, behind the backs of parents, to a captive audience, and against the will of the parents if need be.
"Teachers are being postured to have a constitutional right to coercively indoctrinate little children [into whatever they choose to teach,]" he noted.

I am literally sick to my stomach. Don't think it can't happen where you live. Stand up and be heard!

3 comments:

RhondaLue said...

That's all we need..our kids coming home from school wanting to be gay!! Will pictures of "gay greats" be in their textbooks now? Maybe a whole chapter on Home makeover assistants? Or perhaps "what not to wear" hosts?

Not to be funny with a serious subject but these things come to my light mind. hehe

Yah..we're all headed to hell in a handbasket if society keeps this up.

Dan the Man said...

OK yeah I am beyond pissed now. Nuf said

RhondaLue said...

You think that's bad? Add this:

We Need Your Help! Will You Stand for the Family?

We need an army of students, parents, and teachers to show up at a board meeting in Tempe on October 13 to help us defeat an anti-family provision.
Will you take the time to come and help us? Just your presence will have an impact as we need to show overwhelming community support to defeat this provision.

The proposal that will be considered by the Maricopa County Colleges board is to add "gender identity and expression" to the community col leges' non discrimination policy. A special board meeting has been arranged on October 13th to debate the proposed policy.

If this proposal is not defeated:

* Gender Identity Disorder (GID) which is recognized by the American Psychological Association as a disorder requiring treatment will be encouraged and facilitated.

* Men on campus who claim they are really women will have the right to use women's dressing rooms and locker rooms.

* Men will have the right to dress as women in class and teachers will be disciplined if they complain, no matter how disruptive the a ttire.

* Teachers will be required to call students by their preferred pronouns and opposite sex names.

* Your tax dollars may be used to fund sex change operations for teachers and staff.

The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the following location:

District Support Services Center
Governing Board Room - 2nd Floor
2411 West 14th Street
Tempe, AZ 85281

If we have enough support we will ask people in the room who are against the proposal to stand up. Will you come and stand and be counted? Your presence will make a difference!

Please email me at mailto:sslater@familywatchinternational.org sslater@familywatchinternational.org and let me know if you can come and if you are a student, parent, grandparent, teacher or concerned individual. We also need ASU students to come. Bring several friends with you. Please forward=2 0this information to as many parents, teachers and students in our state as you can.

Questions? Call Sharon Slater, President of Family Watch International at 480 507-2664

Go to http://www.cecilymarkland.com/www.familywatchinternational.org www.familywatchinternational.org and sign the "I Stand for the Family" petition and receive free updates on important family issues.

You read that right...our tax dollars could fund sex change operations for teachers and staff. Late notice since the meeting is tonight but good golly people! WHAT IS WRONG WITH THESE PEOPLE?!!?

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