Government does two things very well. The first is to spend money, even money it does not have (e.g. debt). The second is expanding its control over every aspect of our lives. The latest target is children, especially little blond haired, blue eyed, white boys like the one pictured right. Government schools are designed to control; control of children for the purpose of molding them into what society believes is in its best interests.
Saint Francis Xavier wrote, "Give me the children until they are seven and anyone may have them afterward."
Saint Francis was speaking of the church; the church as the bastion of learning has been replaced by secular government schools. Today some parents fear sending their children to government schools for many reasons but bullying is not on the top of their list. So how did bullying become the top priority of government schools?
In the Wall Street Journal
article “Stop Panicking about Bullies
” Nick Gillespie asks, “But is America really in the midst of a 'bullying crisis,' as so many now claim? I don't see it. I also suspect that our fears about the ubiquity of bullying are just the latest in a long line of well-intentioned yet hyperbolic alarms about how awful it is to be a kid today.
" [My emphasis]
How did we get to this point of "hyperbolic alarm"? The anti-bullying campaign was started by the radical gay activist Kevin Jennings. The entire bullying campaign is a sham created from whole cloth. Jennings is the founder of the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN). As MassResistance.org
reports, "The homosexual movement in the public schools has always been based on lies and deception. But until the mid-1990s, they were still having difficulty getting into the schools. Then they found the key to their huge success -- what they call 'reframing the issue'."
So what does "reframing the issue" mean?
It means changing the dialogue from homosexuality is bad behavior to bullying homosexuals is even worse behavior. How do you and I know this is the plan? The following is taken from a Jennings speech entitled "Winning the Culture War" presented at the Human Rights Campaign Fund Leadership Conference on March 5, 1995:
"If the Radical Right can succeed in portraying us as preying on children, we will lose. Their language -- "promoting homosexuality" is one example -- is laced with subtle and not-so- subtle innuendo that we are "after their kids." We must learn from the abortion struggle, where the clever claiming of the term "pro-life" allowed those who opposed abortion on demand to frame the issue to their advantage, to make sure that we do not allow ourselves to be painted into a corner before the debate even begins.
"In Massachusetts the effective reframing of this issue was the key to the success of the Governor's Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth. We immediately seized upon the opponent's calling card--safety--and explained how homophobia represents a threat to students' safety by creating a climate where violence, name-calling, health problems, and suicide are common.Titling our report 'Making Schools Safe for Gay and Lesbian Youth,' we automatically threw our opponents onto the defensive and stole their best line of attack. This framing short-circuited their arguments and left them back-pedaling from day one.
"Finding the effective frame for your community is the key to victory. It must be linked to universal values that everyone in the community has in common. In Massachusetts, no one could speak up against our frame and say, 'Why, yes, I do think students should kill themselves': this allowed us to set the terms for debate.
"In Massachusetts, we made creating an environment where youth could speak out our number one priority. We know that, confronted with real-life stories of youth who had suffered from homophobia, our opponents would have to attack people who had already been victimized once,which put them in a bully position from which it would be hard to emerge looking good. More importantly, we made sure these youth met with elected officials so that, the next time these officials had to vote on something, there would be a specific face and story attached to the issue. We wanted them to have an actual kid in mind when they had to cast their votes. We won the final vote in the Senate 33-7 as a result." [My emphasis]
Now do you understand how gay radicals have gained access to our schools and created a new class of social misfits and criminals – bullies who are six years-old blond haired, blue eyed and white?
LGBT youth are up to five times more likely to attempt suicide than their straight counterparts. Homosexuality, like drugs, harms young people if they experiment with it. That is the great tragedy. The movie "Stop Bullying" just adds to future tragedies by endorsing the Jennings gay agenda. As Nick Gillespie writes, "The antibullying movement is already conflating serious cases of gay-bashing and vicious harassment with things like…a kid named Cheese having a tough time in grade school."
This is not bullying. It is peer pressure and is healthy. There are many bad behaviors such as smoking, underage drinking and drug abuse that cannot be condoned by society. Homosexuality falls into this category. Homosexuality is simply bad behavior that youth see as such and rightly pressure their peers to stop it. In Sarasota County over 70% of all HIV/AIDS cases are due to male sex with males.
Let’s not demonize all the children to protect the bad behaviors of a few.