Judge orders 'gay' agenda taught to Christian children
Rules kids need teachings to be 'engaged and productive citizens'
Posted: February 24, 2007
By Bob Unruh
David Parker and his team of lawyers approach the reporters and TV cameras after a recent motions hearing. Left to right: Robert Sinsheimer, Jeffrey Denner, David Parker, Neil Tassel
A federal judge in Massachusetts has ordered the "gay" agenda taught to Christians who attend a public school in Massachusetts, finding that they need the teachings to be "engaged and productive citizens."
U.S. District Judge Mark L. Wolf yesterday dismissed a civil rights lawsuit brought by David Parker, ordering that it is reasonable, indeed there is an obligation, for public schools to teach young children to accept and endorse homosexuality.
Wolf essentially adopted the reasoning in a brief submitted by a number of homosexual-advocacy groups, who said "the rights of religious freedom and parental control over the upbringing of children … would undermine teaching and learning…"
David and Tonia Parker and Joseph and Robin Wirthlin, who have children of school age in Lexington, Mass., brought the lawsuit. They alleged district officials and staff at Estabrook Elementary School violated state law and civil rights by indoctrinating their children about a lifestyle they, as Christians, teach is immoral.
"Wolf's ruling is every parent's nightmare. It goes to extraordinary lengths to legitimize and reinforce the 'right' (and even the duty) of schools to normalize homosexual behavior to even the youngest of children," said a statement from the pro-family group Mass Resistance.
It also is making available background information about the lengthy dispute.
"In the ruling, Wolf makes the absurd claim that normalizing homosexuality to young children is 'reasonably related to the goals of preparing students to become engaged and productive citizens in our democracy.' According to Wolf, this means teaching 'diversity' which includes 'differences in sexual orientation.'
"In addition, Wolf makes the odious statement that the Parkers' only options are (1) send their kids to a private school, (2) home-school their kids, or (3) elect a majority of people to the School Committee who agree with them. Can you imagine a federal judge in the Civil Rights era telling blacks the same thing – that if they can't be served at a lunch counter they should just start their own restaurant, or elect a city council to pass laws that reflect the U.S. Constitution?" the organization said.
Lawyers for the families said they already had planned an appeal of the judge's opinion.
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Yet more legislating of social agenda from the bench. This is actually a good thing. Here's why: Patricia Neill spelled it out, clearly right here: Squeeze, Baby, Squeeze.
These atheist dogma-pushers have been safely ensconced behind the ivory towers of our universities for a long time now. Advancing their Godless, socialist agenda in the relative comfort of tenured positions, protected by administrators who have bought into the whole cultural relativism ideology.
The history of this movement, if you will, is well known. It spread out into society like a rank tumor, first in the universities, then out into the political arena - through the various think-tanks funded by the robber barons, Rothschild, Rockefeller, Carnegie, Ford, etc. Their influence began to take shape as the various quasi-non-governmental commissions, such as the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Trilateral Commission, took their direction from the The Round Table's Bilderbergers network of
good old boys rich, atheist elitists, the Club of Rome, etc.
Of course, this was made possible by the 1913 enactment of the Federal Reserve (which isn't federal at all, since it is a privately owned company), without which this global power grab would not be possible.
And this has been accomplished virtually behind closed doors, ie., the American public is totally unaware of the insidiousness of the take-over. But though the American public may be unaware of the vast power grab by the elite, they ain't stupid. Mis-guided and mis-informed, but not stupid. So when the federal judges, political appointees all, begin to try to hurry the legislative process of socializing America, with their rule-by-fiat methods, they are going to run into a buzz-saw.
Now the cat's out of the bag, and people aren't going to stand for it. Government no longer represents the will of the American people. This little dog-and-pony show being displayed by the politicians at each general election is bound to implode.
So yeah, keep on squeezing - it's the best thing that could happen. The remedy is in the pain.
Tuesday, December 18, 2007
Posted by No Apology at 1:49 PM