by Jen Shroder
America is righteously outraged about the Iraqi prisoner abuses, but why are we surprised?
What are universities teaching the generation of now
famous Lynddie England? State Penn
University held a "Sex
Faire" that included "orgasm bingo" and a "tent of
consent." They have also featured an outspoken advocate of pedophilia
and sadomasochism at a women's health conference. Universities
are sponsoring "pornfests." Western Washington University has
celebrated a "National Outdoor Intercourse Day" annually for eleven years.
Lecturers sponsor workshops like the "Whip Enthusiasts Group."
Democrats scream to fire Rumsfeld and are frothing for President
Bush, but itís the liberal demands for pornography, homosexuality and
access to our youth that has set the stage at Abu Ghraib. The meaning
of freedom has been defiled by groups like the ACLU and Lambda who
continually fight to protect groups like Nambla, which can now publish
how to seduce and molest children, short of naming which ones.
Americans are no longer free from the constant invasion of sexual
images in our faces. Posters of boys pawing at each other to promote GLSENís gay/lesbian groups are supported on campus, while Columbine
wonít allow a studentís tile with a Christian sentiment to express
their grief of their murdered classmates.
As hideous as the prisoner abuses are, they pale
compared to the hazing that happened last year at
Mepham High where
students were sodomized for days with pinecones, golfballs
and eating their own feces. Gay activist groups attempt to teach public school students the
under the guise of "tolerance."
Our ever-sickened society is being conditioned to sexual deviance
daily. Even the Village Voice has reported that the Iraqi abuse
pictures "are such a sensation" because they stimulate the
"kitten-with-a-whip" crowd, that "America is becoming a nation where
suffering is tolerable, even pleasurable."
Shock radio has enjoyed high profits for years and although it
currently struggles to find legal footing, it has already left a
perverse imprint on American senses. Porn has become an explosive
multi-billion dollar business as Congress continually fails to pass
laws to protect our youth.
About the time Lynddie England should have
graduated from high school, Assemblyman Dennis Mountjoy (R)
was working on a bill to
combat the sexually explicit materials
promoting homosexuality in public schools. Materials include a book
called "Young, Gay, & Proud," that states,
"There are a lot of ways for gay men to have enjoyable sexÖItís up
to you to find out what you like and how you like to do itÖJerking off
is a fun, safe and healthy way for guys to enjoy our bodies and
fantasies." A note of encouragement follows profanity-laced tips on
performing anal sex: "You may have to practice a bit before it starts
feeling really good."
The California State Assembly turned a deaf ear to Mountjoy and
these types of "material" are still allowed. Is it any wonder that
some of these children graduate from high school, enter the military
and are tempted to continue with their sexual exploit lessons on
For liberals to now turn and point a condemning finger at Rumsfeld is the epitome of irony. When Rumsfeld learned of alleged
abuses, he immediately called for investigations and informed the
public. Yes there is a gaff in communication, but liberals,
legislators, gay activists, planned parenthood, and public educators
need to accept responsibility for the growing sadistic and sexually
perverse nature of American society.
Recently "A Band of
Brothers" was aired on the History Channel. Veterans from World War II
were extensively interviewed. One of them began to sing a popular song from that time.
It broke me down to tears. It sounded so corny by todayís
standardsÖyet pure. It expressed the virtuous hearts of a dying breed,
replaced by the pornographic rap lyrics of Ludicrous in the minds of soldiers
The shame of what happened at Abu Ghraib doesnít belong to any of
our troops other than the ones who committed the crimes or allowed it.
But the shame does belong, in part, to you and me.
Because we didnít actively object when we heard todayís public school
porn, shock radio or music lyrics incessantly pumped into the minds of
our children. We didnít take the time to DEMAND that our
legislators clean up our media and schools. We didnít contribute to
the legal organizations that fight for our values, tradition and
freedom from porn. We did not protect our children.
Our precious sons and daughters are risking their lives and limbs
to rebuild Iraq. We continue to applaud the noble efforts of our
troops and recognize that they are not the same as the few who have
perpetrated such heinous crimes. However, America needs to
seriously review what is happening in public school. Our
children learn what we teach them.
Sex Education and Public School Porn the downfall of our culture