Thursday, August 14, 2008

Reverend Ted Pike Exposes The Anti-Defamation League's Scheme, "Making Diversity Count", To Indoctrinate Teachers With More Pro-Gay Propaganda


In December 2007, I presented two different posts on the Anti-Defamation League's war against Christmas and free speech. One of the stalwart warriors fighting the ADL's pernicious influence in Reverend Ted Pike of the National Prayer Network, who exposed the ADL scheme to censor the Internet.

And now, Reverend Pike is back to expose another ADL threat to free speech. In his latest report, Rev. Pike exposes the real agenda behind the ADL's newest "diversity outreach program". While the title "Making Diversity Count" may seem innocuous on the surface, Rev. Pike shows how it is actually a massive inundation of pro-gay propaganda being directed at public school teachers. Here's an excerpt of his report:

The Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith is massively expanding its pro-homosexual “A World of Difference” educational outreach to public school teachers in America. "A World of Difference" has already instructed more than 375,000 U.S. public school teachers, impacting nearly 12 million students. ADL argues in favor of tolerance toward the values, culture, and accomplishments of sodomites. Their new online outreach, “Making Diversity Count,” intends to embed such acceptance even more deeply within American public education.

ADL, in its similar “No Place for Hate” program, encourages parents to invite a homosexual couple over for a “get acquainted” evening of dinner and sharing with their children. This will prove to young people, ADL asserts, that same-sex “married” couples are just as normal and fulfilled as heterosexuals.

Endorsed by an array of America's leading educators, “Making Diversity Count” encompasses a new dimension of “soft-sell” online pro-homosexual propaganda. It provides in-home “respect for diversity” education to teachers, even in the remotest and smallest districts. Completion of the 15-hour course results in continuing education credits. ADL encourages teachers to promote unconditional acceptance of students who are “different,” i.e. homosexuals. In contrast, ADL preaches there should be “no place for hate," i.e. zero tolerance in the public schools toward the “homophobic,” “hateful and hurtful” convictions of Christian young people. [Ed. Note: "Unconditional" acceptance means that
Brandon McInerney had to accept relentless pro-gay sexual harassment from Lawrence King at E.O. Green Junior High School in Oxnard, CA until McInerney snapped and blew King's head off, not only committing murder, but ruining his own life as well. School officials allowed King to attend school decked out with women's accessories.]

Who is Corrupting Public Schools?

Many concerned Christian parents, especially in California, are mystified as to the source of the tidal wave of pro-homosexuality flooding into public education. They need look no further than ADL, whose decades-long public record of encouraging homosexuality in American life is well known and respected by the liberal establishment. ADL, in fact, is proud of its tireless efforts to end “homophobic” Christian “hate and hate speech.” That's the whole purpose behind the “anti-hate” laws ADL has masterminded and enforces, behind the scenes, worldwide (watch Rev. Ted Pike's
Hate Laws: Making Criminals of Christians).


The 52-minute video is embedded below; produced in 2001, it has some dated specific references, but the message is still applicable:



Tragically, the tens of thousands of public school educators who are now naively imbibing ADL’s new soft-sell of homosexuality have probably never heard a critical word against ADL. This is largely because all major Christian/conservative leaders and media, fearing ADL's accusation "anti-Semitic!", either remain silent concerning ADL’s very existence or back off from criticism when ADL conspicuously persecutes Christians and trashes Christian values. Read Rev. Pike's report for examples of anti-Christian persecution in the United States in the name of "anti-hate".

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