I am not shocked, but I am thoroughly disgusted with the National Education Association, and the schools across America who have decided to force the militant gay agenda on students. School administrators have become the so called bullies they constantly harp about as regards gay students. Gays are perhaps no more than 5% of the population, but the push is on by the gay sympathizers to force everyone to accept homosexual behavior – if you resist, they’ll call you out. It’s been noticeable for some time that the agenda is to make the abnormal seem normal and the normal quite abnormal and even unacceptable.
There is only one way that a Country built on freedom of religion can lose that right. We can be brought down from within. The Left’s agenda is to take God and make Him the embarrassment, and take the pagan and make him god. The Blaze has covered two important stories on this agenda to propagandize our children in schools this week: the first incident involved an honest Christian teacher in New Jersey who spoke her mind on the school’s forced gay agenda “They Can Persecute Her, But They Cannot Prosecute Her in her town.
The second case of forced bullying by a school district occurred in Hartford, CT., whereby a principal “decided” not to notify students’ parents of a gay play that was being put on “for” the students so that they could better “empathize with gays.” The play had two male gay students kissing and that prompted the football team and many others to leave the auditorium in disgust. Two things happened here, one, the parents weren’t notified ON PURPOSE and two, they were “assembled” whereby they had no choice but to go to this freak show. I See Everyday Is Glee For The Militant Gays
Some people aren’t comfortable with public displays of affection. Don’t believe me? Consider the scene that unfolded at a Hartford Public High School (in Hartford, Connecticut), when audiences reacted to a pro-gay advocacy play featuring two boys locking lips.
The musical, called “Zanna, Don’t!,“ is about an ”opposite world” of sorts in which heterosexuals are the minority and homosexuals are the majority. In the play, straight individuals are outcasts and the most popular guy in school is — gasp — a gay student who is on the chess team.
“Zanna, Don’t” was brought to the school by the Leadership Greater Hartford’s Quest, which is described by the Hartford Courant newspaper as, “a program for professionals that develops leadership skills.” The paper also reports that the group put on the show in an anti-bullying effort that members hoped would help gay, bisexual, transgendered or “questioning youth.”
They continue to use the pretense that they’re fighting bullying, but the reality is it is the schools across the nation, under the puppeteer of the NEA, who are bullying our children into submission of acceptance of the abnormal.