By April Shenandoah
August 25, 2002
Recently I heard Rush Limbaugh run through the scenario of the day's news
and end the segment by exclaiming, "I'm going to throw up, I can't take this
anymore." My sentiments exactly! Each and every day there is another person
or organization that is reported to have a cause that is more bizarre than
the next. Most of them sound as if they just escaped from an insane asylum.
These professional agitators that are hired to stir up dissent and division
do their job well, as they literally make me sick! And even more disturbing
is the fact that we rarely hear a peep out of our government officials on
these asinine issues that are dumping America right in the sewer.
All in one day -- we have the San Francisco Chronicle reporting that
slutty behavior is good for the species and we should learn from tribal
instincts. Anthropologists say female promiscuity brings communities closer
together and improves the gene pool. This is all based on a new book titled
"Cultures of Multiple Fathers" which studies women in South America who have
as many as 40 men at a time. Lord forgive me for even acknowledging this
Sodom and Gomorra rhetoric.
Then we had the Louis Farakan rally in Washington, DC to hype reparations
for the black man to mend the pain of slavery from years gone by. One
speaker was shouting that George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Rudy
Guiliani were terrorists. Zack Webb from the University of Kentucky NAACP
said, "Reparations are a really good way for the white people to admit
they're wrong." Racism is over but these pathetic crybabies want to keep it
alive. Everyone I know could care less if a person is black, white, red, or
purple. What ever the race or color - no one gets out of this life without
experiencing some sort of pain and suffering! The past is what it was - get
And now the National Education Association has devised a horrific
curriculum to be taught to children from grade school up touting America as
the "bad guys" -- clearly proving that we are being destroyed from within!
Hello out there in the White House - is anybody home?
The NEA has suggested to teachers that they be careful during the
anniversary of September 11, and not to suggest any group is "responsible"
for the terrorist attacks that killed approximately 3,000 people. They
noted, "Blaming is especially difficult in terrorist situations because
someone is at fault. In this country, we still believe that all people are
innocent until solid, reliable evidence from our legal authorities proves
One of the NEA lessons compiled under the title "Remember
September 11" clearly takes a blame-America approach strongly suggesting
that teachers discuss historical instances of American intolerance so that
the American public will avoid repeating terrible mistakes. Examples used
are the Internment of Japanese Americans after Pearl Harbor and the backlash
against Arab Americans during the Gulf War.
Critics said some of the
lesson plans aimed at junior and senior high school students are a form of
"cultural Marxism" because the curriculum defends all other cultures except
Western civilization. "A lot of what's stated in these lesson plans are
lies," said William S. Lind, director of the center for Culture Conservatism
for the Free Congress Foundation. "None of what is mentioned in these plans
are facts. It's an ultimate sin to now defend Western culture."
Our children see unending reruns of 9/11 in the media; there is no need
to bring it into the classroom. Children are more resilient that adults
might think. They can also handle the truth! Children used to go to school
to learn to read, write and do math. But today they are being indoctrinated
into like-minded robots whereby they will be void of any traditional
American views and values -- all in the name of multiculturalism (easier for
the state to control).
"Muslim groups applauded the NEA's lesson plans that provides teachers
with a well balanced, wide range of resources to help students learn how to
appreciate diversity," said Hodan Hassan, a spokeswoman for the
Washington-based Council on American Islamic Relations. Hassan told the NEA
they are enriching the learning process whereby the critics of the lessons
will only harm the children. The critics are said to have "an anti-Muslim
phobia." (I was wondering how long it was going to take until the word
"phobia" would be attached to describe critics as intolerant to the Islamic
An intensive three-month course on Islam is being taught in many schools
around the country - so why isn't the American Civil Liberties Union
screaming "separation of church and state" now? The Koran is okay but not
the Bible? The first textbook ever used in this country was the BIBLE and
now it isn't even allowed in the classroom.
To learn more about the NEA and to view the lesson plans log on to
owl.org or nea.org.
[JenT is one woman who has tried to fight the scorning of
Christianity and the indoctrination of Islam and atheism in the San Luis
Obispo Coastal Unified School District in California (Kholmes@slcused.org).
Parents are in fear of speaking up and the local clergy refuses to talk to
their congregations concerning it. She has listed a number of Antichrist
activities in an article titled "Profile of an Antichrist Town." Support
this courageous woman by checking her web site - BlessedCause.org]
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