Thursday, May 19, 2011

Homosexual Recruitment of Kids Intensifies

"I and a lot of other people want to indoctrinate, recruit, teach and expose children to queer sexuality and there's nothing wrong with that." ---A national homosexual website. I will not link it, but will identify it.

President Obama's assistant deputy secretary of the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools, Kevin Jennings, recently spoke to a group of high school students, drawing parallels between discrimination toward homosexuals and slavery and segregation in America.

Although Jennings speech was announced to students, who were required to attend, as a talk about bullying, CNS NEWS reports that, "He did not discuss bullying outside the context of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people."

Parents were not told nor were they or their children given an op-out opportunity.

Jennings' entire presentation was a history of the black struggle for civil rights, equating their leaders with leaders in the homosexual movement.

Sexual behavior is not equivalent to ethnicity.

"Why would we push anti-bullying programs or social studies classes that teach kids about the historical contributions of famous queers unless we wanted to deliberately educate children to accept queer sexuality as normal."---The same national homosexual website.

Pastor Bill Barnard of Central United Methodist Church in Toledo, Ohio, told ABC News, "We really believe that being gay is a gift from God."

And a gay activist is encouraging Christians to forget about what the Bible says about homosexuality.

"Can we please just start admitting that we do actually want to indoctrinate kids?" ---Same national homosexual website.

Let me give you some details.

The national website queerity has finally come out and is advocating the real motives of the homosexual agenda. I have quoted only a few of the statements currently being made on the site regarding children. It is a vile and perverted site and we will not link to it, however, it is widely read by homosexuals. There is a battle for the children of this country---your children and grandchildren, and it is being waged in the classroom, some churches, and entertainment--- music, television and films, and as parents you must be informed.

Please be informed.

Kevin Jennings, as many of you know, was appointed by President Obama, against much dissent from Christian and conservative lawmakers in Congress.

Jennings founded GLSEN, a homosexual advocacy effort aimed exclusively toward school children.

As you read the link I provided on Jennings' speech at the high school, you will find an eerie correlation with the statement of mission on the queerity website and the parallels he co-opts from the true civil rights movement.

Jennings' speech and the talking points of the homosexual movement are a slap in the face of every African American who has struggled for equality.

It is an affront to the parent of every child who is taught that a chosen sexual behavior is equal to ethnicity.

He told the kids President Obama has done more for the homosexual movement than any other president in history.

Pastor Bill Barnard of Central United Methodist Church in Toledo, told ABC News, "We really believe that being gay is a gift from God, and it's not anything that anyone has to apologize for or be ashamed about."

His church defines sin as, "denying who God made you to be." The pastor says, "The overwhelming scientific evidence is that people are born with their sexual orientation, that it is not a choice."

This is a lie. There is no scientific evidence that people are born gay---none.

Dan Savage, a homosexual activist is urging people, especially youth, to forget what the Bible says about homosexuality. To "get over it." I have linked his video that is also circulating among youth.

The queerity site sums up their appeal to the homosexual community to stop lying about their intentions: "They accuse us of exploiting children and in response we say, 'NOOOO', we're not trying to make children learn about homosexuality, we swear it. It's not like we're trying to recruit your children or anything."

They continue: "Let's face it---that's a lie. We want educators to teach future generations of children to accept queer sexuality---In fact our very future depends on it."

The future of your children and grandchildren and the future of our culture hangs in the balance. This is not a time for apathy, timidity or confusion over what Scripture teaches on the subject.

Please be Vigilant, Discerning and prayerful about this matter.

Blessings.

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Gary Randall
President
Faith and Freedom

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14 comments:

  1. Clearly the homosexual agenda is one of the greatest threats against the constitution of the United States.
    It seeks to destroy life as God intended as well as the liberty that God loves and wants his children to walk in as an example to the world of his goodness and kindness toward us. It's a darkness that must be expelled by the light. It's time for every child of God to shine a light against it.

    It must be exposed for what it is, an attempt to destroy this nation, to take over, to infringe upon our rights, and exercise itself where it has no legitimate authority.

    It's an aggressive evil. It must be stopped. It pretends to be against evil while promoting it. It's disguise is being unveiled.

    Woe unto those who have been taken in by it's crafty ways!

    The only way out is through faith in Christ Jesus. Only his shed blood can provide the covering for sins that is needed. Only his righteousness will do.

    The gay agenda found it's way into the school system by putting a homosexual activist in a position that is linked
    to public education.

    Was this by accident, or did someone have an agenda? It was either through ignorance or by malicious intent.

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  2. The bottom line that the children are being told is that homosexal practice isn't sin and shouldn't be viewed that way,
    that it should only be viewed the same as a person's race or the color of their skin.

    Why are people who work for the government allowed to tell the school children that? It simply isn't true. It's sin. It's contrary to God.

    Mr. Jennings didn't receive his history lesson did he? Didn't he ever hear what happened to Sodom and Gomorrah? And there's more of God's story to come. (see II Peter 2:6,9)

    There is a day of judgment coming. God save the children.

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  3. I wonder how far people like Mr. Jennings will go. Is it all sins that should get the royal carpet treatment, a prime invitation, or just the one's he prefers? Where will it end?

    I think I know it's final destination, for the flames of eternal damnation are reserved for such things, but what will it do to a nation if it's allowed to have it's way?

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  4. You folks can live in your own shrinking world where you see every gay person as the militant in leather bondage at the gay pride parade lusting after your young son.

    However, the average american is now seeing reality. That gay is the single attorney 2 houses down. It's your wife's brother. It's the pastor from the mega church. It's the married congressman who's lived a lie. It's the CNN anchor. Etc, etc, etc.

    The average american sees that their only agenda is to know the happiness and security from a loving and lasting relationship. And to be treated equally.

    It's hard to paint gays as evil when people learn otherwise in their actual day to day encounters.

    It's over. It's tipped. The train has left the station and Gary knows it. He didn't even acknowledge it when the 8th state legalized civil unions recently. It just wasn't that big of a deal anymore.

    This post is just one of his last attempts to milk this cow for money.

    Mark in Tigard

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  5. Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream that went like this in part, ..."when men will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character."

    At least that's how I remember it. It was a good dream and it still is. I believe it should still stand today, for as right as it was then, it's still the same today.

    The color of a man's skin is not the same as the content of a man's character.

    That's an important thing for school children to remember.

    They need to get that. It's important. Important men today have forgotten it. It's my hope and prayer that the school children of today never forget it.

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  6. Sinners today may want to have the same place in society as the righteous, but hiding behind a race card isn't the right thing to do.

    There's a snake behind that card and it's being exposed for what it is. It's a lie and a deception, a thief, and a murderer.

    It's an evil spirit that would steal the God ordained values of even the children, and it is willing to use anyone it can for it's corrupt intent.

    It denies the truth of God, the cleansing power of the blood of Christ, as well as the judgment to come.

    Anyone who attaches himself to that spirit is on his way to perdition. Their life will end in a lake of fire that burns forever unless they get free from it's grasp by receiving Jesus Christ and his righteousness which is able to make them free.

    Such freedom is a gift of His grace, who took the firey judgment of God at the cross, having looked into it at the garden of Gethsemane, where he saw firsthand what was meant for you and me because of our sins.

    It's going to be either heaven or hell with nothing in between except an uncrossable gulf with eternity as it's timepiece.

    Which way should the children go? Are they being helped in the wrong direction or in the right direction here?

    They can't be helped in the right direction, the wrong way.

    The path of life that leads to heaven doesn't go that way.

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  7. Pastor Randall:

    A few weeks ago, I posted a request for an update on the R-71 litigation, which was supposed to go to trial at the end of May. As a petition signer and a supporter of yours, I expected some kind of a response. There are thousands of petition signers who are concerned about whether their names may be released in the coming weeks and it is your responsibility to let us know what is going on. I again ask you to post an update on the case.

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  8. It's "Queerty" no "i", misspelling the name of a website twice, while refusing to give a url so that you can misrepresent it is low, but sadly par of the course with anti-gay activists like Mr Randall. I guess if this get's past the censors it's an honest mistake - we'll see.

    If the readers of this blog were to go to the site in question and read the entire piece ( yes that's right every quote Gary provides - implying that they are from multiple stories by multiple writers - are from a single opinion piece by one writer - why does Gary refer to him as "they" repeatedly?), in context with the discussion and dissent - they would see that Gary is badly misrepresenting the story.

    As for Gary's contention that treating sexual orientation as analogous to race (and religion, national origin, gender) is radical or controversial is absurd. The very notion that sexual orientation is analogous to these other attributes is a matter of law in this state, namely the non-discrimination laws. Now Gary may disagree with it, but the fact remains this is the law in our state and it is not at all controversial - as evidenced by Gary & friends's failed attempt to get a repeal of it on the ballot - arguably an even larger failed attempt to impose his values on our state than R-71, which resulted in resounding voter approval of same-sex unions!

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  9. Mark in Tigard,

    Have you been with the Lord Jesus very long?, (Matt 26:73)that is, are you a Christian?

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  10. 6:57pm

    No, I am not a Christian. I once was. It's difficult to conceive of no God when it was drilled in your head from the very beginning. Now I subscribe to the concept of oneness as described in quantum mechanics. I don't think we know what's what yet, but I feel that quantum mechanics is leading us in the right direction. And I think we'll find that it's much more profound than Christianity.

    Mark in Tigard

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  11. 5:23 the Doe v Reed trial is now scheduled in US Distridt Court in Tacoma for September 27, 2011.

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  12. 6:07 I see no misrepresentation at all in this blog. Gary said he would not link the gay site. I found the site he referred to and he quoted them verbatim. The ojections I see here are very weak. I think there is a lot of silence. How can anyone defend the quotes Gary made and then defend the standard talking points of the gay community? As this kind of talk gets out I think it will help people to get to know the gay community better, which is what you say you want.

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  13. You can't recruit kids to be gay. Either they are or they're not. You can help them understand that if they happen to have a natural attraction to the same sex, they are not evil and that guilt & suicide is not the answer. You can help them understand that they are not sick and there is nothing to cure.

    I've known many, many gay people in my 55+ years on this planet, and I've never, ever met one who would wish the hell they went through on any other adolescent. I've never met a gay man that would encourage youngsters to 'try it'. Have you? Of course not.

    I haven't looked at the website Gary referred to. There's no need to refute it. Base your understanding of gay based on the people you've actually met in real life, that's the reality. It's not the fringe that Gary tries to present as typical.

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  14. @9:54

    The piece in question was not on the front page of Queerty nor linked from there at the time Gary posted this, rather interesting that you allegedly found quotes from said piece so easily. Did you also find the comments, which were soundly against the author? Did you not find it dishonest that Gary pulled quotes from a single piece by a single author and then represents them as being from several authors in several pieces?

    If you actually went to the Queerty site, then surely you noticed the prominently featured article taking activists to task for dumping glitter on Newt Gingrich, how does that fit in with your repetition of Gary's mis-characterization of the site?

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