Monday, April 11, 2011

Homosexual Indoctrination 'Day of Silence' in Schools

Students observing the Day of Silence will be protesting the alleged system-wide victimization of homosexuals, bisexuals, transsexuals, intersexed, queer and questioning students, teachers, janitors, bus drivers and school superintendents, based on heteronormativity and homophobia, stemming from outworn arguments and old attitudes, inevitably leading to bullying and violence.

For background, read Schools Celebrate Homosexuality

-- From "CRHS to participate in Day of Silence against LGBT discrimination" by Lauren T. Taniguchi, The News of Cumberland County South Jersey Newspapers 4/11/11

Over 50 students and faculty at Cumberland Regional High School (CRHS) will participate in a nationwide Day of Silence on April 15 to protest discrimination, harassment and abuse faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students and their allies.

The Day of Silence is a student-led project of the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), the leading national education organization focused on creating safe schools for all LGBT students.

GLSEN’s 2003 National School Climate Survey found that more than four out of five LGBT students report verbal, sexual or physical harassment at schools across the county, and 29 percent report missing at least one day of school in the past month out of fear for their personal safety in school. By participating in the Day of Silence, students and faculty strive toward making anti-LGBT bullying, harassment and name-calling unacceptable in American schools.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Potsdam High School students to observe 'Day of Silence' Friday to draw attention to bullying" posted at North Country Now (Potsdam, NY) 4/7/11

Potsdam High School students will be observing a "Day of Silence" . . . to draw attention to the bullying and harassment faced by students everywhere.

Organized by the high school Gay-Straight Alliance, students wanted to open up the event to all students and all types of bullying. Silence is used as a tactic to provide a space for personal reflections about the consequences of being silent and silenced, organizers say.

“Day of Silence” was started in 1996 at the University of Virginia. In 2001, the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network became the official sponsor of the event. GLSEN reports that hundreds of thousands of students nationwide take a vow of silence to bring attention to name-calling, bullying and harassment in their schools.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Dumbing down for the Day of Silence" by Linda Harvey, president of Mission America 4/11/11

The DOS [Day of Silence] operates at the most elementary level of manipulation, propaganda and social engineering. It takes "social justice" nonsense, stirs in unfounded claims of "civil rights," adds a helping of knee-jerk anti-religious prejudice, swirls in teen rebellion, and simmers with disconnected stories of tragedy and heartbreak. Out comes a Hitler Youth product ready to do battle with anyone holding traditional moral values or even common sense.

As we taxpayers take a harder look at the strong-arm tactics of teachers' unions and their leftist cronies, let's examine what kind of product we are getting for our money. For those schools that enthusiastically back, or even allow the likes of the Day of Silence, the product is the tragically lobotomized young mind.

But it's a product that's been supported by the National Education Association, which contributes to GLSEN (and a host of other "gay" groups) with teachers' dues money. In Ohio, Wisconsin and other non-"right-to-work" states, teachers are compelled to finance this poison.

To read the entire opinion column above, CLICK HERE.

For a Christian response to the indoctrination, CLICK HERE.