Monday, July 09, 2012

Planned Parenthood Hosts High School Sex-Ed Party In Seattle

The annual Seattle event, held this past weekend, is so important to Planned Parenthood that PP president, Cecile Richards, made the trip out to be a part of it.


The party is held annually in Seattle for "Planned Parenthood's Teen Council". The students who are involved in the council are called "the condom ladies."



Richards and Planned Parenthood say the event and it' ongoing program is to "provide young people with information."

But what information is being provided?

A cursory review with the help of hidden cameras of the "information" being provided by Planned Parenthood should cause every parent, grandparent and taxpayer great concern.

Not to worry, the Seattle Times says the goal of the program is to remove the stigma of sex education. "In fact," they report, "the kids were wearing tank tops that said, 'I love sex-ed.'"

I love sex-ed?

The graduates of the Teen Council are being trained to reach out to their peers.

But why?

To have a conversation with those who do not love sex-ed and don't really want to talk about all the various kinds of sex, sex partners and where to sneak off to when you get pregnant. Or to simply refute what kids are being taught in the home and in their church.

Indoctrination.

This is a peer program used to extend what is being taught in the public classroom during the school year.

Let's get real. Planned Parenthood's history affirms that they are ideologically driven and abortion is the engine. And the government provides a substantial amount of the funding.

It was launched by eugenicist Margaret Sanger. And is being carried forward by those who have followed her in the mission.

Even the reporting of the story by the Times, which certainly was intended to be favorable, shows an emphasis not on kids "health issues" but rather on recruiting kids to carry the ideology forward.

Richards decried the ongoing opposition to Planned Parenthood, confessed she could not understand why people don't like their program, and said the opposition is serving as a "wake-up" call to other kids to carry the banner.

She said, "We've seen a record number of young women and young men who've become active with Planned Parenthood as activists."

Lets get real again. Support for Planned Parenthood and their signature procedure of abortion on demand is falling out of favor with the American public. Planned Parenthood is in decline. People, particularly kids, are learning when they look at ultrasound pictures that the "bump" is not a "fetal mass," it is a baby. And abortion is killing the baby. And Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion provider in the country.

McCall Hollie, 17, a graduate of The Overlake School in Redmond, praised the Teen Council and testified of her conversion. The Times reported, "She used to ask her mother to turn down National Public Radio, but now she's volunteering for President Obama's re-election campaign."

A significant transformation. But I thought all this was about sex-ed.

Richards said Teen Council involves kids in about 200 hours of "service" per year.

What kind of service?

Richards says the Teen Council does "phone banks, lobbying and fund raisers for Planned Parenthood causes."

Richards told the Seattle Times this program is "ground breaking."

Indeed it is.

May God deliver us from this face of evil.

Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful. Be Active. Be Blessed.

9 comments:

  1. Gary, I am a teacher. You are correct that Planned Parenthood's Teen Council teaching material is an extension of the material taught in the class room, as well as a magnate for indoctrinating high school age children for progressive activism. Keep up the good work.

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  2. I'm sure someone will point out that Planned Parenthood claims they do not do abortions paid for by tax payers. I want to point out that if you pay the overhead with tax payer dollars to support your abortion business, you're using tax payer funds for abortion.

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  3. Proverbs 1:7-19.

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  4. Party?....Maybe they should have ushers dressed like undertakers who pass around paper buckets that have printed in red letters "Planned Prosperity from innocent blood."

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  5. The scariest, most frightening thing you'll ever see, is Christian Watchmen packing up their tents, because our grace period of warning has ended. THAT'S WHERE WE ARE RIGHT NOW, as a nation, as our immoral behaviour continues to get even worse.

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  6. I think its greed that a private company PP gets so much public money and driving our taxes up when PP posts profits in the black every year. And think they have authority over our kids. I dnt want to spend one dollar to support PP or sex ed. Its parents job to educate no one else

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  7. Are you out of your mind? You think abortions provided by Planned Parenthood that are NOT funded by taxpayer dollars increases your taxes, whereas poor people having unwanted babies DOESN'T? That's what I call "Christian logic."

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  8. I think its greed a private business PP has a great contract general public funds as well as also driving our income income taxes up whenever PP articles income inside the black colored color on a annually factor. Along with think they have impact a lot more than our kids. I dnt such as to utilize one dollar to assist PP or perhaps sex ed. Its parents job to inform Nobody else

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  9. Faith and Freedom Staff9:38 AM, October 18, 2012

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    I think its greed a private business PP has a great contract general public funds as well as also driving our income income taxes up whenever PP articles income inside the black colored color on a annually factor. Along with think they have impact a lot more than our kids. I dnt such as to utilize one dollar to assist PP or perhaps sex ed. Its parents job to inform Nobody else.

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