Thursday, May 22, 2008
'Ground zero' in Minneapolis?
Jeff Johnson - OneNewsNow - 5/13/2008 12:00:00 PM
The nation's largest homosexual advocacy group is targeting kindergarten and elementary school students in Minneapolis with a program it claims is designed to reduce bullying. But a Christian law firm says the Human Rights Campaign's (HRC) "Welcoming Schools" initiative is really about homosexual indoctrination.
According to HRC, the initiative is designed to create elementary schools that are "LBGT-inclusive" (lesbian, bisexual, gay, transsexual). It focuses on three areas: "family diversity," "gender stereotyping," and "name-calling." But attorneys with the Alliance Defense Fund (ADF) have written Minneapolis school officials to warn them about the true intent of HRC's purported anti-bullying program.
ADF attorney Austin Nimocks says if anti-bullying were the true goal, the organization would simply endorse the existing, very strict anti-harassment policy already in force in Minneapolis schools.
"The Human Rights Campaign can say what they want, but the program speaks for itself -- and it's designed to get kids to believe that their sex is not a biological fact, but an inconvenience that's changeable based on how they feel," Nimocks explains.
The attorney says the reason homosexual activists chose the Minneapolis public schools should be obvious. "You have the largest homosexual advocacy group in the country now attacking one of the largest public school districts in the country in order to affect the most children that they can with one blow," Nimocks contends, adding that "the objective here is to indoctrinate them into the homosexual lifestyle."
Parents in other cities or states may be tempted to ignore that warning under the false impression that their children are safe from pro-homosexual propaganda. However, Nimocks believes that would be a mistake.
"The goal of this program is to get it into every school district in this country. They are starting with pilot programs this year. And then next year they plan to expand to more school districts in different areas of the country," Nimocks concludes. In fact, the HRC website states the project will more toward "broader distribution" after the Summer 2008 pilot phase.
Unless parents get involved and demand that their children be protected from homosexual indoctrination, Nimocks warns, the "Welcoming Schools" program could soon show up in every school district in the country.
Will the United States become like Sodom and Gomorrah?