Skip to comments."Day of Silence" annual homosexual assault on children in schools taking place this Friday
Posted on 04/18/2013 6:50:54 PM PDT by massmike
During this all-day event, school officials encourage students to be silent for the entire day as a sign of solidarity with the homosexual activist movement. Students are encouraged to wear special homosexual badges, stickers, and bracelets which are often handed out at the school entrances that day. There are also pro-homosexual posters and handouts, and even workshops.
The schools use various psychological methods during the day to attempt to create a strong bond with the homosexual (and now also transgender) movements in the minds of the kids, emphasizing stories of victimhood, pushing messages of fairness, and linking GLBT issues to civil rights struggles of the past.
This is coordinated nationally through the well-funded national radical homosexual group GLSEN (Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network) which targets children in the public schools, grades K-12. GLSEN uses their "gay straight alliance clubs" which they have set up in thousands of high schools and middle schools across America to plan and launch the Day of Silence activities and pressure any unwilling school administrations into allowing them.
This year, MassResistance is again a part of a national coalition of 34 groups helping parents confront the Day of Silence. The coalition was organized by the Illinois Family Institute (IFI).
IFI and the coalition are telling parents across the country: Keep your kids home that day! IFI has set up a "Day of Silence Walkout" website with instructions, useful links, and links to all 34 groups involved.
(Excerpt) Read more at massresistance.com ...
It may be difficult, but school administrators and teachers must force students not remain silent.
It is worth it....Think of Lincoln. He was self-taught-—his mother who could barely read—taught him to read the Bible and Mark Twain stepped into a schoolhouse at nine and was done by 13 or so.
Experience with adults people-—so that they emulate adults and not immature children is better. They need contact with other children, but a mass of peers is unnatural-—family (all ages) is better for a myriad of reasons-—because then they are always challenged and not bored...by waiting for slow learners to catch up in “one size fits all” classrooms.
Brilliance-—Knowledge can only come from internal desire where there will be focus-—Schools are set up to distract—destroy focus (bell rings) and forces children into an artificial, directed, controlled prison system which is dependent on outside structures——destroys internal desires and self-initiative-—independence-—individualism and it forces a “collective” mentality and “group think”-—kids are humiliated when they “think” outside of the box.
Immature children make fun of differences—and will laugh naturally at things that stick out and are different. One age—of peers—makes children really self-conscious and afraid to speak out (laughed at)—for mass conformity-—they will “rate” themselves -—and will know if they are “stupid” or “slow” etc. which won’t occur as much with mixed ages.
John Taylor Gatto explained this much better than I can. His book is free online. It opened my eyes to the “evil” system that John Dewey set up (Father of Modern Education).
This book is great and short and has a lot of philosophy in it:
Thanks for the info and the links.
Now if I could just solve that “I’m single” problem. :)
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