Recently I posted a real life incident that happened to me as my car was vandalized by an apparent "heterosexual hater" of traditional marriage. And it was obvious to me that the culprit was part of the gay activist crowd because of the rainbow sticker plastered over my pro-family bumper sticker.
I raised the question if the tables had been turned and I plastered a Christian or pro-traditional marriage bumper sticker over their rainbow would it be considered a hate crime. Read the story here.
Today I would like to share with you a first hand account I had at a Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network event a few years ago. I was attending this event, as a favor to a pro-family group. In essence I was incognito because GLSEN is too afraid to tape their conferences and make the contents available to the public. The reason, I believe, is because if the public actually heard the hate and intention to wreck the childhoods of innocent children themselves, then GLSEN would be shut down in a heart beat.
I attended a workshop about how to intimidate Christians on campus. And I’m not making this up. In this workshop there was an hour long discussion on how to use intimidation on the school campus in case their message was being ignored or hindered.
The case in point is using signs to promote either a gay straight alliance club or some other event promoting a homosexual tolerance event. Most schools have policies about advertising about club events, and yet the gay activists were telling this classroom of people how to get around the policies.
In fact, they encouraged tearing down Christian club signs and then plastering their gay straight alliance signs in their place. However, here is the intimidation technique they taught at the seminar.
Instead of simply posting their sign for the club, advertising their event, what they instructed the teachers and children in attendance to do was write another sign that said, "You’ve just committed a hate crime" and place that sign underneath their club sign. Thus, the intimidation tactic.
In essence, the gay straight alliance club was told by GLSEN to ignore school rules on how to post a club sign, and they were told to put a hateful and intolerant message, which is a lie, underneath their sign, "in the event that sign was taken down."
Now the issue isn’t the sign being taken down because of the school policy. They played the tolerance fiddle that says, "who cares about the rules and school policies because if you take my club sign down then you committed a hate crime".
In other words, the activists at GLSEN encouraged their students and teachers to break the rules, and use intimidation in their posting of signs in order to spread their message.
Instead of simply sticking to school policy.
Now you tell me, why doesn’t GLSEN tape their conferences so parents and the public can listen any time they want?
Simple, they are teaching hateful intolerance, how to break the law and the are engaging in criminal activity by intentionally promoting intimidation.
If a Christian club did this, we would be booked on a hate crime.Powered by Sidelines