Sunday, March 16, 2014

Life-Size Fetus Replica Fetuses banned From School Display

We need to keep in mind that the battle is not only for our inherited Liberties and Freedoms, but for the minds of The People.

The Left and the allies that they have taken under their umbrella have one crucial weakness. Their entire system is based on lies and any exposure of the truth (or basic realities) must be suppressed in order for their campaign of smoke-and-mirrors is to ultimately succeed.

Thus we have the label of racist for anyone who seeks to protect out national sovereignty. Concern for the robbing of the taxpayer and the consequent enslavement of the lifelong welfare recipient is met with the same label. Those who refuse to accept the patently false claim that marriage is purely an issue of romantic love are homophobic. Support for the Israelis is met with accusations of cooperating with an apartheid state. A refusal to agree that men should be marginalized to the point of uselessness (which incidentally only occurs in nations in which women has the greatest degrees of equality) will earn one full-blown ostracism.

In all of these cases, the key tactic of the enemy is to suppress any discussion that includes facts. Facts are the Achilles heel of lies, and they must be kept out of view and earshot lest The People begin to question what is being forced on them. This is especially true for young people. Their minds are very impressible, and the left needs them to be deprived of any information that may give one pause to think.

No topic illustrates this point more clearly than abortion. The youth must not be allowed to understand the reality of human life. Girls must acquiesce to becoming objects of pleasure for boys who are in turn encouraged to use girls. Resulting pregnancies must then be treated as something of little or no consequence.

Parents too often would rather take the easy way out rather than help their children when faced with a difficult situation:

"........"A pregnant Texas teenager is suing her parents to stop them from forcing her to abort her unborn child.

Click2Houston reports a judge issued a temporary restraining order to prevent the abortion while the case is ongoing.

The 16-year-old, who is identified only by the initials R.E.K. because she is a minor, claims in the lawsuit her parents are coercing her to abort her 9-week-old fetus through both verbal and physical threats and harassment.

"(The father) stated he was going to take her to have an abortion and that the decision was his, end of story," a copy of the lawsuit obtained by Click2Houston says.
The lawsuit claims R.E.K.'s parents kept her home from school, took her phone and car and that she, the father of her child and the child's paternal grandmother have been harassed by her father. It also claims R.E.K.'s mother suggested she was going to slip her daughter the abortion pill......"

For the moment, let's put aside the realities that far too many young people have allowed themselves to be persuaded that being sexually active is a normal part of teenage life and that boys are not receiving adequate supervision from their parents, especially fathers.

The actions of the girl's parents are another example of how our society is declining.

Parents have taken the easy route. Applying the infamous cop-out "They are going to do it if they want", American Moms and Dads have falsely concluded that, because we can't watch them 24/7, we must throw caution to the wind and abandon all efforts to supervise dating.

They won't be authority figures day-to-day, when it is the hardest, but they will most assuredly do so when they can erase a result of that lack of supervision.

When a pregnancy occurs, we then apply the "make the problem go away" technique. To avoid the feeling of embarrassment in front of other parents, the possible (temporary) suspension of education of the youth, and the grind of having to assist in child care, we take the easy way out. That way we can get back to our trouble-free lives.

The life of the child and the possible emotional trauma to the mother-to-be* are conveniently ignored......"

Some may recall the censorship of the pro-life movie The Silent Scream:

The ensuing hue and cry from the Left caused this movie to be an object of pure censorship. It was soon banned from being shown in schools.

".....A student approached psychology teacher Guy Cavallo at Arlington's Washington-Lee High School, and asked him to show the movie "The Silent Scream." Cavallo agreed, and scheduled an after-school showing. The principal required signed permission slips from parents in order for their children to see the film.

But stopping their own children from seeing the film wasn't good enough for a small group of rabidly pro-abortion parents, who demanded that the film be banned and that nobody else's children be allowed to see it, either. The principal obediently canceled the film.[15]

"The Silent Scream" and its sequel, "Eclipse of Reason," have effectively been banned by almost all secular schools as being "shocking," "offensive," "distasteful," and "propagandistic." Students attempting to distribute pro-life literature on school grounds and, in many cases, even off school grounds are routinely arrested or harassed by administrators, while pro-abortion students have free rein and pro-abortion propaganda tracts are dished out by the hundredweight in school-based health clinics......."

In Connecticut, the culture of censorship, or fear of Leftist backlash, has stuck again on the very same subject:

"A student leader of a pro-life club at a Connecticut school says the principal has banned her from using life-sized replicas of fetuses during a lunchtime display.

Samantha Bailey-Loomis, 17, a senior at Branford High School, is founder of the Students for Life club. When she tried to set up a table during lunch with images of fetuses and doll models showing the size of a fetus during a nine-month pregnancy, the principal said it went too far, WWLP reported.

“When we asked our principal at our school if we can have this set up during lunch and have an opportunity for kids to come over and take a look at our display, he said no,” said Bailey-Loomis............

Bailey-Loomis told the station that the principal said the topic was too controversial to be talked about in public school, but the teen says other clubs are able to promote their views during lunch......................."

-and one more for good measure:

"A teenage pro-life demonstrator who claims she was assaulted by a feminist studies professor at the University of California in Santa Barbara during a campus event this month told she is more determined than ever to protest against abortion.

Thrin Short, 16, and her sister Joan, 21, had handed out nearly 1,000 informational pamphlets during a March 4 outreach event organized by the Riverside-based nonprofit Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust before things took an unexpected turn. Associate Professor Mireille Miller-Young approached the demonstrators and a group of students who had gathered and she became incensed, according to Thrin Short, eventually snatching a sign the girl was holding and walking off with it.

“Before she grabbed the sign, she was mocking me and talking over me in front of the students, saying that she was twice as old as me and had three degrees, so they should listen to her and not me,” Thrin Short wrote in an email to “Then she started the chant with the students about ‘tear down the sign.’ When that died out, she grabbed the sign."
With the graphic anti-abortion sign in hand, Miller-Young, whose faculty web page says she specializes in black cultural studies and pornography, then allegedly walked through two campus buildings as Short, her sister and two UCSB students followed closely behind. Short captured much of the incident, which she charged was a "deliberate" provocation by Miller-Young, on a cellphone video later posted to YouTube while her sister called campus police. Miller-Young pushed Short at least three times, the student alleges, as she tried to stop an elevator door from closing as the educator stood inside with her sign, Short said.
“I explained how I had been trying to keep the elevator door open with my foot, because I thought the police would be there any second, and that’s when she pushed and grabbed me,” Short’s email continued. “She then got off the elevator and tried to pull me away from the elevator doors so the others could get away with the sign.”

Short said she suffered minor injuries during the melee — scratches on both wrists — and said campus police are now reviewing the video..........."

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