Saturday, February 24, 2007

Fed Judge Wolf Affirms Totalitarian Scheme in Schools

This story is becoming more interesting.

A federal judge in Massachusetts has ordered the "gay" agenda taught to Christians who attend a public school in Massachusetts, finding that they need the teachings to be "engaged and productive citizens."

U.S. District Judge Mark L. Wolf yesterday dismissed a civil rights lawsuit brought by David Parker, ordering that it is reasonable, indeed there is an obligation, for public schools to teach young children to accept and endorse homosexuality

Q) When did the doctrine of In Loco Parentis disappear? A) When the public schools abandoned it. Some claim that the Dewey-ite public school system was instituted precisely to 'homogenize' children into 'good little citizens.' Didn't even work well in Russia...

...Wolf's claims followed very closely the reasoning submitted earlier in a brief by Human Rights Campaign, the ACLU, Massachusetts Teachers Association, Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders and other advocates for the "gay" agenda.

As to the "just leave during this class" exception (which is allowed, e.g., in the Elmbrook School system):

...the judge concluded that even allowing Christians to withdraw their children from classes or portions of classes where the religious beliefs were being violated wasn't a reasonable expectation.

Wolf's "reasoning" resembles SC Justice Kennedy's "whatever you wanna believe" (Casey)

"Under the Constitution public schools are entitled to teach anything that is reasonably related to the goals of preparing students to become engaged and productive citizens in our democracy," the judge wrote.

Parker [the complainant] was arrested and jailed in Lexington in April 2005 over his request – and the school's refusal – to notify him when adults discuss homosexuality or transgenderism with his 6-year-old kindergartner. That despite a state law requiring such notification.

An appeal has already been planned.

Those public-school teachers who plead for 'parental support' of their authority have just had the ground cut out from under their feet. There's no 'quid pro quo' left here--so why should a parent make an effort?


Dave said...
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Dave said...

This is why I think a New Revolution is needed...

Amy said...

Suffice it to say my child would be "sick" each and every time these lessons were taught.