Monday, October 15, 2012

Another Gay Agenda Indoctrination Day in Schools

Evangelical Christian organizations are encouraging parents to oppose the latest homosexual-celebration day foisted upon schools.  Mix It Up at Lunch Day on October 30th is being promoted by the Southern Poverty Law Center, a homosexual advocacy organization that is highly touted by mainstream media, even though the SPLC labels Bible-believing Christians as haters.

Public pressure appears to be working, as the SPLC says about 10% of participating schools have already dropped the event.

For background, read Homosexual Indoctrination Mandated for Schools and also read ACLU Threatens Schools: Must Teach Homosexuality

Also see a list of anti-Christian public school incidents.

And read about the Homosexualists' Terrorist Attack on Christians and the SPLC "Hate List"

-- From "Christian Group Finds Gay Agenda in an Anti-Bullying Day" by Kim Severson, New York Times 10/14/12

. . . the American Family Association [AFA], a conservative evangelical group, has called the project “a nationwide push to promote the homosexual lifestyle in public schools” and is urging parents to keep their children home from school on Oct. 30, the day most of the schools plan to participate this year.

The swirl around Mix It Up at Lunch Day reflects a deeper battle between the Southern Poverty Law Center, a civil-rights group founded 41 years ago in Montgomery, Ala., and the American Family Association, a Bible-based cultural watchdog organization in Tupelo, Miss. The association says its mission is to fight what it calls the “increasing ungodliness” in America.

The law center recently added the group to its national list of active hate groups, which also includes neo-Nazis, black separatists and Holocaust deniers.

Association leaders, in return, have gone on the offensive, calling the law center a hate group for oppressing Christian students and claiming its aim is to shut down groups that oppose homosexuality.

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From "Christian group boycotts ‘Mix It Up Day’ which encourages kids to sit together at lunch because it promotes ‘homosexual agenda’" by Kerry Mcdermott, UK Daily Mail 10/15/12

Around 200 schools have cancelled plans to hold Mix It Up At Lunch Day on October 30 after the [AFA] association e-mailed parents urging them to keep their children at home on the day of the event.

Ms Costello, director of the [SPLC] Law Center's Teaching Tolerance project, told the newspaper Mix It Up Day was not about sexual orientation but rather about breaking up fixed social cliques, which can be especially evident in school cafeterias.

She said pupils who are gay or perceived to be gay can often be on the receiving end of bullying at school, but insisted any suggestion the programme was intended as a means of homosexual indoctrination was totally wrong.

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From "Southern Poverty Law Center Pushes Homosexual Tolerance to Elementary Students with ‘Mix It Up’ Day" by Heather Clark, Christian News Network 10/8/12

“Mix It Up” is part of the [SPLC] organization’s “Teaching Tolerance” program.

“Our Teaching Tolerance program is working to foster school environments that are inclusive and nurturing – classrooms where equality and justice are not just taught, but lived. The program points to the future, helping teachers prepare a new generation to live in a diverse world,” outlines the Southern Poverty Law Center’s website.

“AFA is joining other family-oriented groups in urging parents to keep their children at home that day if their local school is sponsoring the ‘Mix It Up’ project,” [AFA] states. “The Southern Poverty Law Center is using this project to bully-push its gay agenda, and at the same time, intimidate and silence students who have a Biblical view of homosexuality.”

The Southern Poverty Law Center has been working in other aspects of society as well to silence what it believes is bigotry and hatred against homosexuality. It says that it “monitors hate groups and other extremists throughout the United States and exposes their activities to law enforcement agencies, the media and the public.” Over 1,000 entities have been placed on its “hate group” list, including a number of Christian and pro-family groups, such as Focus on the Family and Family Research Council

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