Skip to comments.Girl Scouts Promote Environmental Justice, Climate Change, Green Energy in Its Leadership program
Posted on 02/15/2014 8:58:34 AM PST by rktman
The Girl Scouts National Leadership Journeys program requires girls to embrace environmental justice, climate change and green energy in order to earn awards.
The Journey Awards aimed at giving them the benefits of the Girl Scout "Keys to Leadership": Discover, Connect, Take Action are described on the Girls Scouts website as being designed for girls from kindergarten through high school.
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So, they have become just another brown shirt, goose stepping commie organization mobilizing for leftist/progressive causes while selling crappy cookies.....
I told a scout leader as much at a recent cookie booth.
And until the Boy Sodomites of America throws out all homosexual leaders and scouts, I have no use for them either.
I’ve never liked those stupid cookies, and don’t have any reason to buy them since I no longer have kids at home-shame on any parent who allows their child to be used for a political agenda-maybe every person who reads that article will shut the door in the faces of the little darlings ...
And so they have been clobbered with Penquin movies, green shirts, green food and every other kind of "mind bending" anti-coal, anti-gas, anti-oil info AT OUR EXPENSE.
Kids aren't stupid but that old thing...repeat it enough....
It's just wrong.
The govt has done the same for the gay agenda......again at our expense.
Environmental justice? Who could oppose that? It means you don’t cut more vegetation than necessary, don’t kill anything you don’t intend to eat, you pick up after yourself when breaking camp, drown your campfire and scatter the ashes, leave things pretty much as you found them, doesn’t it?
It doesn’t? Oh, never mind...
Not much different from the Boy Scouts, would be my guess.
A shadow of their former selves. I wonder why?
Back when I was unemployed, I had a ready excuse to say no but no I just have to apologize and say I can't.
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