Skip to comments.School distributes satanic, sex calendar: Texas parents infuriated by explicit material
Posted on 12/12/2004 11:26:33 PM PST by JohnHuang2
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Satanic image found in Pearland, Texas, school (courtesy KHOU-TV)
Local school officials in a suburb of Houston, Texas, are investigating how it was possible that a school police officer handed out calendars to students that featured explicit details on satanic and sexual rituals for every day of the month.
Parents in Pearland are demanding answers, according to a news report on KHOU-TV.
The school police officer who handed out the calendars was supposed to deliver a positive anti-gang message to the students last Monday, according to the report.
"September 20th is a 'midnight host' whatever that is," said one unidentified parent reading from the calendar. "You should have a blood-type ritual. September 23rd is the fall equinox you should have an orgy. Activity group sex, any age, any sex."
The father did not want to be identified because he feared his daughter would be punished.
"They shouldn't be teaching the kids, at 12 years of age, a calendar of satanism. It's just not right," he said.
Pearland school officials say some 25 students at the junior high received the calendars.
"It clearly was a mistake," said Renea Ivy, Pearland ISD spokesperson. "We don't want it to happen again and so it was not done with malice, it was not done to promote satanism in any way on the campus. It was just a mistake."
The officer said he got the packets from a anti-gang training course he took. Officials say he neglected to take out the adult material. The police officer remains on duty pending the outcome of an internal investigation.
Here's my guess:
The Anti-Gang course was done by a religious group and included a lot of the typical hype of Satanism and included their ideas of "Satanic" material, including this calendar that they did themselves, and it got left in the material he handed out.
He's either a liar or a moron. Either way, he should be out of there.
That makes no sense to me either.
Oh, yeah, I hate when I "accidentally" put satanic material in something. I guess that happens to everyone, eh?
This ain't a mistake, folks. This is called testing the defenses, and it has happened continuously since they started kicking everything Christian out of public view. This is a pronounced vulgarity flashed to the majority of Christians in this country.
Well, THAT'S not only ridiculous, it's a despicable & outrageous attack on "religious groups" AKA Christians. NO Christian group would craft such a thing. If you were referring to Druids, Goth Cults, or Wiccans as religious groups, then say so. BTW, those are NOT religous groups...they are sacreligous. In either case, NO police department would authorize one of their employees to hand out something like this unless it was meant to be used to educate parents on what sort of things to look for in their children's cluttered rooms that would tip them off that their kids are involved in cult or gang activity. This cop needs to be fired...not on paid admin. leave, not suspended...FIRED! And the police dept. better pray that they don't get sued.
I'd bet money I tirn out to be right.
And of course they would. This "Calendar" sounds like a ham-handed attempt to provide info on "Satanism." I don't think the calendar was actually "explicit" in the normal sense of the word.
This ain't a mistake, folks. This is called testing the defenses, and it
has happened continuously since they started kicking everything
Christian out of public view. This is a pronounced vulgarity flashed to
the majority of Christians in this country.
I agree with you.
Satan's Cheerleaders at work.
Moral Absolutes Ping.
Oh, a common mistake. Anyone could have distributed satanist calendars to kids unknowingly. I mean, I've done myself by mistake, haven't you?
1. What kind of people are working for the police department there?
2. Who is making "anti-gang" packets with actual satanist calenders?
3. What kind of school officials didn't even look at the materials prior to their being distributed? Or looked and thought it was ok?
The parent who said "It's just not right" made the understatement of the year. If I had a kid in that school, I would snatch him or her out immediately, sue the school and the principle and others involved would have to take out restraining orders against me.
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Note: Why is it that Islam, homosexual sex, satanism and the like can be forced down kids' throats, but any mention God even in a generic way is absolutely verboten?
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