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Reason 352: Because The Only Agenda That Should Matter Is Yours

It would seem, given the numbers in our article today, that homeschooling is catching on, and that is a promising thing for our future. And it would seem that the moral decadence pushed by the institution has played no small part in the increase we’re all watching. Since  the time that the courts have begun to decree what the people have voted down, there really is no alternative for parents who don’t want their children being a rat in the social laboratory that is the institution.

Here is an article that discusses this:

Pressed By Common Core And LGBT Agenda, More Families Homeschool

a bit from the article:

In addition, LGBTQ activists have successfullyinundated schools with their approved ideology inside sex education that starts now as early as kindergarten. With these problems in public schools and many families unwilling or unable to afford the cost of private schooling, more and more families are choosing homeschooling as an alternative. This ensures they can avoid educational indolence and moral apathy while picking and choosing what learning method, curriculum, and schedule works best for their family.

Please don’t think your school is different. It isn’t. If you want your child’s education to be different, then you’ll have to take them away from Ceasor, and educate them at home.

 

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Reason 286: Because It’s Foolish To Let Fools Teach Your Children About Sex

In “The Decline And Fall Of The Roman Empire”, Gibbons tells of a barbarian who discovers in his loot some pearls in a leather pouch. The barbarian throws the pearls away and keeps the pouch because he saw the utility of the pouch, but he just couldn’t see the utility of the little white spheres; that, and he was ignorant of the value of the pearls, so he simply discarded them.

This is what the institution has done with marriage. Secular humanism is a utilitarian religion. It sees no value in human life, only its utility, hence thier love of euhpenasian and the butchers at Planned Parenthood. This view also affects its view on sexuality. Sex outside of marriage for them is a decision based on utility. Gratification is the goal. That sex in the context of a life-long commitment called marriage is looked at in the same way that the barbarian looked at the pearls.

The pearl is the becoming one with another human being, and producing children. But the institution discards both in favor of simply gratifying sexual desires. It sees sex outside of marriage, not as a moral issue, but rather as a pragmatic one. It lumps pregnancy in with diseases as one of the problems that can be encountered while getting your gratification, both of which might be prevented with condoms or “surgery”. That’s the institution’s mindset… the same institution that you charge with “educating” your children when you send them to public school.

I say all of this to introduce this article:

STUDY: Teen pregnancy shoots up when schools give kids condoms

The article is about a study that proves what has been obvious all along to many: that when the authority in a young person’s life accommodates a risky action, an action by the way that the young person is hard-wired to desire anyway, the more likely it is that the young person will engage in that activity. Parents don’t generally give their children high-powered race cars, a helmet, and fire-retardant clothing, and then tell them to drive safely. That would be a confusing message. But that’s exactly what they’re doing when they delegate their authority as a parent to the institution when it comes to sex. As I’ve said here many times, the institution is not morally neutral. That would be impossible. The institution has a morality, it teaches a morality, and that morality dictates that only “risky” sex is wrong. It’s wrong because it can cause problems, like having to call in the butchers to kill the offspring, or, you may contract a disease. But at the same time, it insists that it is more wrong to impose moral judgments on young people who engage in sex outside of marriage, and it will judge harshly anyone who attempts to impose any concept of objective truth on sexual activity, even you dear parent. Sex is not a gift befitting fools, and the institution is run by fools who have thrown away the pearls and kept the pouch.

The gift of sex is not a gift befitting of fools, and the institution is run by fools who have thrown away the pearls and kept the pouch.

But don’t you fail in this area. Remember, sex outside of marriage would still be wrong if it didn’t produce unwanted children or disease. It’s wrong because God says its wrong. Don’t be dragged into debates on how your children might circumvent God’s design without suffering the consequences. The consequences of sin always go beyond the obvious. There is a higher order and the more our lives are synchronized with that order, the happier and healthier, both mentally and physically, all who do are.  And the more you teach your children this truth the happier and healthier they’ll be. And the further you keep them from fools who desire to teach them the opposite, the easier that task will be for you.

 

 

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Reason 268: Because Your Children Really Do Need To Be Taught Right From Wrong

I find this story somewhat fascinating.

Authorities: Teacher Admits She Became Pregnant by Young Student, Says His Parents Approved of Relationship

It’s the typical story of a teacher having sex with a student. But the story has a little bit of twist to it beyond the fact that her young lover is one of her middle school students, or even beyond the fact that she got pregnant, or that his parents evidently knew about the fling. The twist happens when some people from Child Protective Services come snooping around her school asking questions. So she’s off to the local Planned Parenthood butchers to have their baby murdered.

Yes, that’s a harsh description of what she did. The word “abortion” is much more palatable. But a crushed and dismembered baby is a crushed and dismembered baby no matter how much the act of crushing and dismembered the baby is sugar coated.  Yet those who are charged by your government to “protect children” could care less about the crushing and dismembering of children. It seems they’re much more concerned with two people copulating because that’s not “appropriate”.  And it’s so “not appropriate” that the police are involved and she’s in a little trouble, the worst of which is she may have to register as a child molester.  could have identified as a man and walked into this boy’s bathroom and dropped her pants in front of him and she would have been called a hero. She could have had sex with the entire Dallas Cowboys football team and had it filmed and she would have been cheered. She even murdered their baby, and could have gotten on TV in her few minutes of fame and bragged publicly about it and gained the accolades of her employer… and she might just do that yet. But the act of having sex with him is… well inappropriate.

But she could have identified as a man and walked into this boy’s bathroom and dropped her pants in front of him and she would have been called a hero. She could have given him the gory details about every debased form of sexual activity known to man just by following her state’s dictates on perverted sexual indoctrination. She could have had sex with the entire Dallas Cowboys football team and filmed it and she would have been cheered. She even murdered their baby. But the act of having sex with him is… well… inappropriate.

Please don’t get me wrong. I’m not okay with her having sex with this young man. But I don’t think it was “inappropriate”. I think it was a sin. But the state doesn’t do sin anymore. let’s look at it. For one, sex is a procreative act, and as such it is reserved for those who are married so that the child, both in and out of his mother’s womb, will have

So let’s look at it. For one, sex is a procreative act, and as such is reserved for those who are married so that the child, both in and out of his mother’s womb, will have care-takers who will actually take care of it and won’t have it butchered. Whether or not these two were ready for marriage is another question entirely. But just because two people are not ready for marriage is not a permission slip to act as if they are married anyway, and create offspring, and then murder that offspring.

There was a time in America that the state had an interest in the welfare of society. (Not the Orwellian “welfare” that is the enslaving vote buying scheme we know today.) Such ways are now fairytales. The only welfare the state is interested in now is the its own. And one of the best tools it has for ensuring that welfare is the sprawling, flat-roofed, brick and mortar compound just down the street. But sometimes the knowledge of some of the escapades that go on there escape into the media when the people encapsulated within actually begin to practice what is preached a little too early, and get caught.

The state, and it’s schoolhouse, will not teach your children right from wrong.  On the contrary, it will teach them a bazaar and ever-changing list of what the judicial oligarchy has decreed is appropriate and inappropriate things that can and cannot be done or said. If that sounds good to you, then by all means send your child to the state to be turned into confused little slaves who think they are free because they can have sex with no limitations. But if that doesn’t sound all that wonderful to you, there is a legal alternative. Keep them home far from this madhouse.

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Reason 250: Because Even Though The Schools May Look Different, They’re All Cut From The Same Cloth

I grew up in a very rural part of America. I began school in the little schoolhouse just down the street which was a picture of the old going out and the new coming in because of the schoolhouse itself. It consisted of an old and a newer section.  The newer section was a small addition that housed a lunchroom and 4  classrooms. It was a typical 1960’s government design. Rectangular, metal rectangle windows, and of course a flat roof. The old section had four classrooms that were at each corner of an auditorium. Its roof had a high pitch and its windows had a grid pattern; they were tall and were made of wood.  all of this gave it character and personality. The two buildings standing there together provided a nice juxtaposition of eras; the old and the new.

But there was nothing rural about the education that went on inside. It was straight from Washington whose agenda was being installed into my head even then, and even way our there in the sticks… an agenda that I lived by for years much to my shame. Fortunately, I figured out that the whole thing was nothing but a great big fat lie. So the thought of putting my children out on the side of the street every morning for the yellow monster to eat up never even entered my head.

No matter where you live, your schoolhouse is a different culture than yours and is controlled from on high by the state. It may look different than those on the “bad side” of town, and it may have newer paint and all, but’s it the same old schoolhouse teaching the same old religion on the inside… because that’s the law.

So I found this. It’s a short clip from the documentary “indoctrination”, a surreal little video that takes a deep look at American schools from a Christian perspective:

If you haven’t seen the documentary “Indoctrination”, please do. Click here for the info. But if you want to keep thinking that somehow your situation is different, then please don’t watch this film, because it ain’t different. Yes, the state is doing everything it can to turn your child into a mindless slave that worships that same state. It’s in the state’s best interest to do this. But it’s not in your best interest to let them. And it certainly isn’t in your child’s best interest.

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Reason 240: Because The Schoolhouse Isn’t Experiencing Cultural Rot, It’s Leading The Charge

Here is an article I find to be fascinating:

Teacher Who Had Sex with Minors Wore a Necklace to Her School That Just Says It All…

I find it fascinating, not because of the obvious, but because of the blindness of those on my side of things. It amazes me how many articles I read, for example, that use feminine pronouns for men. I guess they never heard that those who frame the debate win the debate… and they always win the “debate” even if they have to do it by force.

So in this article we see this:

In 2014, there were 781 reported cases of teachers and other school employees accused or convicted of sexual relationships with students, according to The Washington Post.

Many believe there is a reason that this conduct has ballooned over the last 10 years :social media.

This reminds me of the movie, The Jerk, where Steve Martin thinks that the man attempting to shoot him hates the oil cans that are behind him because the shooter missed him.

To blame the explosion of teacher/student sex on social media, while ignoring everything else that the school teaches is absurd on its face.

And here is another quote that connotes our moral corruption as a society:

According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Wilfinger follows a slew ofother teachers who have recently been charged with inappropriate student/teacher sexual misconduct.

This is only “inappropriate” behavior. But in a society as highly sexualized as ours, one that even conservatives wink at all kinds of sexual sins, what should we expect? When our society has rejected absolutes and has passed that rejection along to the schoolhouse to be fed into the minds of millions of poor young souls starting as early as four years old, what other word might we use?  And how long will it take for “inappropriate” to become, perhaps just: “not the best choice”? Once the walls are taken down, the mud pours where it wills. How long before the ACLU and the NEA step in and stop this shameless harassment of teachers who are only doing what they’ve been taught to do their whole lives with students who have been taught the same thing? Soon I’m sure. And still, parents will send their children to this mess.

But it doesn’t have to be that way for you and your family. God is still on the throne, and it’s legal for you to give your child a decent education and to indoctrinate him with absolutes. Future generations, those yet to survive the womb, will one day thank you for doing it.

 

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Reason 210: Your Culture Is Obsessed With Sex, Your Schoolhouse Isn’t Immune

We live in a culture that is obsessed with health. Yes health. Check it out the next time you go to the supermarket. There’s a gluten-free fad going on. Organic is better, and Monsanto is Satan incarnate. Big gulps are illegal in New York, and so is trans-fats… whatever that is.

You’d think that this obsession with health would apply to unsafe sexual practices. But if you did, you’d be wrong. Sex is pleasure. And though we might frown on the pleasure given to us by a Krispy Kreme Doughnut, we are all in for the pleasure given to us by sex, any kind of sex. Sometimes it seems the least healthy the sex is, the more we applaud it.

But that’s the way of secular humanism. We’re just evolved bags of flesh, bones and some chemicals, so why not get all the sex you can, however you can, as much as you can, until you die; because that’s what life’s all about, right? Well if you’re a secular humanist, I guess so.

So if you love the idea of your daughter being a semen urinal for the boys running around the schoolhouse, and her health isn’t all that important, then I guess the schoolhouse will be right up your ally.

But if you think there’s more to life than instant gratification; and if you think that sex is a gift from God and is a means of procreation; and if you desire to have healthy children, and healthy grandchildren, you’ll do what you can to teach your children something different than what the schoolhouse and their buddies, the butchers at Planned Parenthood, have in store for them.

For one thing, there’s more to our being than flesh and blood. We are spiritual beings as well. And we were never designed to hook up with everybody and their brother. To do so exposes us to a lot of health risks, yes, but it also damages our inner beings. We were designed to leave our parent’s house and then become one with someone of the opposite sex.

This article is not about school, per se. But it kind of is. It discusses the pressure and ridicule our children will receive if they’re sent into the institution. And that pressure will come from the campus culture, for sure, but it will also, in a more covert sense, come from the institution itself.

Here’s the article:

Virginity is a Sacred Choice, Not a Shameful Status

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Reason 186: Because Morally Confused “Officials” Will Make Morally Confused Decisions

We’ve talked about the many sexting scandals and the teacher-student sexual escapades, and other “inappropriate” behavior. And we’ve seen the institution wringing its hands over these young students actually doing what they were taught to do from the beginning. But now we have a married woman–in the traditional sense of that word, “marriage”.  And, as a teacher who lives in the digital age might do, she took some nude photos of her husband which she planned on using somehow for a Valentines Day present. Sounds like fun so far to me, and, there’s nothing “inappropriate” either. But then this poor lady steps out of her classroom for a few minutes and a student steals her phone, discovers the photos and distributes them around the schoolhouse. It looks like this has put the schoolhouse in quite the quandary. But they, being serious geniuses, figured out the right course of action: fire the teacher.

A Teacher Texted Nude Photos to Her Husband. Then She Left Her Phone on the Classroom Desk…

When 13-year veteran teacher Leigh Anne Arthur stepped out of her classroom to act as a hall monitor, she says she was only outside for about 5 minutes.

It was during that time, however, that a student at South Carolina’s Union County High School was able to get her cell phone off her desk, find nude pictures of Arthur on her phone, and – using his own phone – snap some copies for himself.

But it was a safe course. They certainly can’t blame the thief and distributor of the porn. Because–well just because. The teacher is a safe fall-guy because she’s married… to someone of the opposite sex, and she’s not a child.

This whole thing is pathetic. This thief should be prosecuted. In the end, however, this vile thief who has violated this poor teacher’s privacy and her personal property has learned a lesson that will stay with him for life; and the other students have learned it too. That lesson is that they live in a morally bankrupt society, and they attend a morally bankrupt institution put into place by that society.

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Reason 175: Because Of The Increasingly Familiar Sexual Predator On The Payroll

Here’s the all too familiar story:

Kindergarten Teacher Accused Of Molestation

The headline is misleading. This woman’s profession was a kindergarten teacher. The young man she had the “inappropriate” relationship with was 14; hardly a kindergartener. She was 47, which means that if he had been her son, she’d have been 33 when she bore him.  That’s quite an age difference in my opinion, but what does it matter? The teacher and this young man were only doing what they’ve been indoctrinated to do. The institution and the media can only muster a word like “inappropriate” to describe it. Do people go to jail for “inappropriate” relationships? I think not, but this woman may.

But why don’t we put this in some context for discussion’s sake. We have the institution, from its highest levels confused on who is male and female. They can’t figure out who should be using female and male locker rooms; a thing that no civil society has ever been confused on before. In its moral confusion, it has decided that this very same young man ought to be able to walk into the girl’s locker room and undress among them if he says he feels like a girl, and it says that if you don’t like that there’s something wrong with you. And he can even have sex with one of those young girls without breaking any laws, and then he can impregnate her and the institution will help her murder the child, after which they will send you the bill. All this goes on without a peep from the institution.

If this had been an older man who fornicated with a young woman, for his sake the institution also invites Planned Parenthood on campus, an organization that has repeatedly hidden statutory rape from authorities. So, I’m sorry, I’m not “shocked” that this older woman had sex with this young man, and in comparison with all the activities that the institution considers legal, I think this actually pales. But I am sorry for both of the poor souls in this story because, in a way, they’re both victims of the zeitgeist of lawlessness that the institution has done its best to bring about. This couple simply made the mistake of believing the institution’s lies that there is no ultimate morality, and now she is receiving the wrath of the same institution that told her she was the sole arbiter of right and wrong for herself.

So a few points:

  1. Not everyone who does this gets caught. It would be naive to think that it isn’t a common thing.
  2. The schoolhouse has painted itself into a corner and looks hypocritical and foolish reacting the way it does on account of a little “inappropriate” behavior. Who are they/you to judge after all? People gonna do what people gonna do. They can’t control themselves. Right?  The only thing they might have done wrong, if one listens to the institution, was to not use a condom.
  3. Please don’t ever be the moron who says “I’m shocked!”. It really does make you look like you live under a rock.
  4. Your children are not safe in that little small-town school that makes you feel all warm and fuzzy. The zeitgeist everywhere receives federal money and has the internet, which means it’s everywhere, with the possible exception of your home. There it’s up to you whether or not you invite it in, to defile your children.

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Reason 174: Because The Institution Is Full Of Dragons

Below is a great article concerning suicides among young women. The author sets up the point of his article by drawing an analogy from Token’s description of dragons in “The Hobbit”.  He then applies that analogy to modern culture and its rejection of morality and a particularly troubling consequence of that rejection, the sharp rise in suicides by young girls.

The article:

Rescuing Our Maidens from the Culture of Death

Just a bit, but please click over and read it in its entirety:

It will come as no surprise to those who know something about dragons to learn that a dragon-culture will devour the innocent in a feeding frenzy of salacious wickedness. We know of the unholy holocaust of abortion, which devours the innocent flesh of babies, but we sometimes overlook the harmful effect on women that the unleashed dragons inflict. This was brought home to me by a recent article in the UK’sTelegraph which highlighted the fact that suicide had become a plague among British women, reaching record levels.

The schoolhouse is lost in a moral swamp. It can’t help your children, and it won’t. It is beholden to Secular Humanism which offers no reason to exist, nor purpose.

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Reason 173: Because The Institution Is Foolish

Wise or foolish for school board to do this?

PARENTS UPSET OVER SF SCHOOL BOARD’S PROPOSAL TO MAKE CONDOMS ACCESSIBLE TO MIDDLE-SCHOOLERS

Do wise parents provide condoms to their precious children… you know, just in case? I don’t think so. But then again, I’m all about life having meaning too, and humans having purpose that transcends a present bodily urge. And if I’m successful, my children will be all about those things too. So that raises a question.  What will the child be like if the institution is successful? What will be the ultimate purpose of her existence? How many times will she “fall in love” and give herself away… because condoms? And how many babies will she kill in the process? Is the only worthy goal to make as much money as possible while complaining about so called “climate change” and the guy across town making too much? These are important questions I think.

We get a little insight from a parent in the article:

“It seems so casual. It’s like you get a free lunch for low-income families, but if you need it you can get a free condom,” said Grace Lau, a parent.

Why are these parents upset? What did they expect? They live in San Francisco for goodness sake! Were they too busy being the government stooge to grasp what is readily apparent all around? Evidently so.

So when your child comes home and reveals something about the institution that you think is insane, please don’t look like a moron and and say “I’m shocked”. No one should ever be shocked by anything the institution does, or what happens while your child is in the institution’s care. You just shouldn’t.

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