In an unscientific poll, one of the columnists of World magazine went to a mall seeking out young people to ask them about the concept of freedom of speech. Of the 35 high school age people he interviewed, not one of them were aware that Freedom of Speech is one of the liberties guaranteed in the Bill of Rights. Not one of them knew that the Bill of Rights is a list of Amendments to the American Constitution, or what any of them were. These students were all products of a public-school system in an Eastern city. No doubt similar results could be seen in the West as well.
It seems a great deal of time is spent on “social engineering” experiments on children in public schools, to the neglect of real learning experiences. The brainwashing of innocent children being attempted by those nefarious and committed socialists who have wormed their way into the educational system must not go unchallenged. We have read the sad accounts of little girls coming home crying for fear they might “turn into boys;” this after being taught in kindergarten or first grade by some spawn of the Devil that that “gender is fluid not certain.” Even the secular American Assn. of Pediatrics suggests that such practices of promoting confusion in children’s minds about gender is tantamount to child abuse.
A teacher at Rocklin Academy, a public charter school, read two pro-LGBT books to her class of kindergarteners, and then had a little boy go into a restroom and change into girls’ clothing. The teacher then required the students to now refer to this little boy as “her.” When one other boy protested and said, “No this is a boy,” and called him by his name, he was reprimanded and sent to the principal’s office. I have not heard that there have been any repercussions for this crime against these children, but I would hope that it gets a just response.
Luke 17:1 Then said he unto the disciples, It is impossible but that offences will come: but woe unto him, through whom they come! 2 It were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he cast into the sea, than that he should offend one of these little ones.