ADL EXPANDS PRO-GAY EDUCATION FOR TEACHERS
By Rev. Ted Pike
12 Aug 08
The Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith is
massively expanding its pro-homosexual “World of Difference” educational
outreach to public school teachers in America. "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
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.
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)
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.
- Jay Sekulow’s American Center for Law and Justice portrays
itself as an aggressive legal bulldog alerting the Christian world
whenever the rights of Christians are being violated. ACLJ
ostensibly exists to actively intervene in the courts to obtain
justice for persecuted Christians. This didn’t happen in
2004 when 11 Christians in Philadelphia were arrested by ADL’s
National Executive Board member, Philly DA Lynne Abraham. The
arrest and jailing of the Philly 11, threatening 47 years in prison
and $90,000 in fines each, is perhaps the most egregious act of
persecution against Christians in American history. Yet,
for over three months, even after the case had been dismissed by
a higher court, ACLJ said nothing, giving not a hint of this travesty
to its 100 million viewers on Trinity Broadcasting Network. Without
a doubt, ACLJ was acutely aware of ADL’s high-profile role.
Result: They went silent.
- Pat Robertson’s Christian Coalition and its CBN News also
boast of instant coverage of Christians under persecution. Yet
they responded with the same silence. Finally, after three
months had passed, when ADL had been defeated and their lack of
coverage had become glaringly obvious, they sent a camera crew
to interview Michael Marcavage, head of the Philly 11. At
last, they informed their similarly vast audience of the mortal
threat against free speech that had occurred three months earlier.
pursues "Hate Crimes" Charges Against Christians)
Some Evangelical Leaders Support ADL
Incredibly some new right media and leadership speak well of ADL:
- Danette Daniels, public relations director and talk show host
for the popular Christian/conservative American Freedom (radio)
Network, told me several years ago that their network featured
regularly scheduled radio programs, not only by ADL but also its
terrorist bedfellow, the Jewish Defense League! During an interview
I had with Daniels, I criticized ADL for masterminding hate laws.
She immediately apologized on air, “to all my ADL friends” for
what I was saying. (My recent call to AFN informed me that ADL/JDL
programs are not presently being aired.)
- Pastor John Hagee, who speaks to a TV audience of 99 million,
has publicly boasted of receiving the Humanitarian of the Year
award from B’nai B’rith International, parent of ADL,
as well as “numerous honors and accolades from national Jewish
- “Born again” President
George W. Bush, in a special message to ADL’s National
Strategy Conference this spring, said ADL and director Abe Foxman
are doing a “great job” of fighting intolerance.
As a consequence of the confusion caused by such silence or mixed
messages from the religious right, ADL’s lustrous reputation
as the world’s premiere civil rights organization, fighting
homophobia and anti-semitism, remains unquestioned among elite liberal
educators, jurists, and legislators in America. These are those
who are now “mysteriously” uniting to educate, adjudicate,
and legislate against the values and freedoms of America's
Christian leaders may think there are no consequences to their policy of silence.
In reality, the frightening world now taking shape (including Christian-persecuting
public schools in America) is being created not just by evil people but by
the “good” people who think there is still safety in silence.
The truth is, their silence only creates the vacuum that evil ADL fills.
Rev. Ted Pike is director of the National Prayer Network, a Christian/conservative
Let the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith teach you how they
have saddled 45 states with hate laws capable of persecuting Christians: http://www.adl.org/99hatecrime/intro.asp.
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