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First grade boy attacked & beaten
for father's stand against homosexuality.

[COMMENT:  Dear Reader, these goings on, the control of education by criminal interest groups, is right in line with the "conspiratorial" take-over of Western Civ, and of America in particular.  The destruction of moral consensus and of honest education is all part of the subversion of society.  You can be sure the beating below was not merely "one of those things" that happen on the playground occasionally.  Read the story, and then read the article on The Quigley Formula vs. the Jesus Formula.     E. Fox]

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In this special email update:

David Parker's first-grade son surrounded and beaten up at school on anniversary of same-sex "marriage" in Massachusetts.

School acknowledges that attack by group of kids was "planned and premeditated."

Caps year-long public campaign of anti-Parker hate by activists in town.

Young children also polarized and confused by homosexual normalization programs in schools.

(See related pictures below)

On May 17 - the two-year anniversary of same-sex "marriage" in Massachusetts - David Parker's first-grade son, Jacob, was dragged and beaten at the Estabrook Elementary School in Lexington during recess, receiving multiple blows to the chest, stomach, and genital area.

Last year David Parker was arrested and made national news over the school's refusal to notify him when adults discuss homosexuality or transgenderism with his son, then in kindergarten. The school system has continued to refuse to notify any parents. On April 27, 2006, Parker, his wife, and another family filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the school system.

During the recess period, a group of 8-10 kids suddenly surrounded Jacob and grabbed him. He was taken around the corner of the school building out of sight of the patrolling aides, with the taunting and encouragement of other kids. Jacob was then positioned against the wall for what appeared to be a well planned and coordinated assault. Many children stood, watched silently, and did nothing as the beating commenced.

The group of kids surrounded Jacob and he was beaten and punched. Then, as he fell to the ground, another child was heard saying to the group of children, "Now you all can finish him off," and as he was down on his hands and knees, the beating continued on his back. Then, fortunately, one little girl ran to contact the oblivious playground aides to stop it.

Four of the attackers were from Jacob's first-grade class; the others were from other classes at Estabrook.

The teachers' aide apparently determined that since she could not see external bleeding, and since Jacob apparently was not hit in the face, she did not send him to she school nurse. The Parkers were notified by the first-grade teacher within an hour of the incident.

School authorities told the Parkers that from their investigation they have determined that the beating was indeed planned and premeditated.

Safe schools? Tolerance? Diversity?

There can be no question that this beating has little to do with children. It was fueled and incited by adults (and, yes, school officials) in the town of Lexington. And it reflects the culture of extreme intolerance against anyone with traditional beliefs, and the willingness of adults to bring children into adult issues.

Statement by David Parker:

"We understand that skirmishes happen on the playground. What concerns us greatly is the premeditated, well planned and coordinated nature of the assault.

"We are aware that the school administration sent notices home with all the young children concerning the Parker arrest, the "King and King" incident and the federal lawsuit. In addition, the school administration prominently displays the front-page Minuteman biased headlines of such incidents in the elementary school library for the children to see, read, and discuss. We also know that activist lesbian mothers and vehement anti-David Parker parents are spewing hateful, inflaming rhetoric, and probably also to their young children. What kind of atmosphere are they creating? Are their children acting out their parents' hate? Was this attack part of the "group think" that the pro-homosexual crowd espouses?

"Isn't the school supposed to be addressing safety and preventing bullying and violence? Or are such programs only focused on children with homosexual parents? You can be certain that if this happened to a child with homosexual parents more would be made of this and that "lessons" teaching tolerance and diversity of homosexual behavior normalization would be forced upon the young children."

Just waiting to happen.
This outrageous incident should not come as a surprise to anyone. The hatred and vituperative nature of the homosexual activists and their allies, both in the schools and in the community, toward anyone who does not agree with their agenda has been well documented. This also clearly demonstrates the complete ineffectiveness and moral bankruptcy of the so-called "safe schools" programs, which cause far more problems than they solve. Unless things are forced to change, more innocent children will be at risk.


Calculated to incite? In this picture, taken June 2, 2006, in the Estabrook Elementary School library, these two back issues of the Lexington Minuteman are prominently placed on a table for children to look at. The top newspaper has the headline "Curriculum controversy - Parents upset with 'King & King' and a color picture of the cover of the book. It also has the headline "Standing in Silent Support" and a big picture of students and adults supporting the pro-homosexual event "Day of Silence" in Lexington. The bottom newspaper features the headline "Parents file federal suit" about David Parker and other Estabrook parents filing a federal civil rights lawsuit against Estabrook school officials, and others.

Children holding signs at anti-David Parker demonstration, September 2005. The kids' signs have particularly insidious messages: "Support ALL Our Children, Families, Schools" and "Anyone Can Go to School." Note that these imply that David Parker does not support all children, and that he believes that not everyone can go to school. This is the angry mindset these people have, and they're transmitting it to young children.

Entire families in Lexington holding signs at anti-David Parker rally, September 2005. (This, and the pictures above and below, were at a counter-demonstration called to coincide with an announced event supporting David Parker across the street on the Lexington Battle Green.)

Inflaming the crowd. Estabrook parent and lesbian activist Meg Soens exhorts the crowd at anti-David Parker rally.

For more on the Davie Parker issue, see www.MassResistance.com.


1. Stop the homosexual programs that help cause this.

This horrific incident exposes the poisonous nature of the state-funded "safe schools" program, which are thinly veiled homosexual propaganda -- that makes schools "safe" for gay activism but dangerously unsafe for anyone who doesn't agree. The Massachusetts Legislature is now poised to quadruple the funding for these programs -- to nearly $2 million! Governor Romney MUST veto this when it happens later this month.

Contact Governor Romney's office. Tell him that he must veto ALL money in the 2007 budget for homosexual programs in the public schools. Give our schools back to the parents and children! He needs to get that message!

State House
Office of the Governor
Room 360
Boston, MA 02133
Phone: (617) 725-4005
(888) 870-7770 (instate use only)
FAX: (617) 727-9725

To email the governor:

2. Tell the activists that their anti-David Parker hate has no place in America.

This anti-David Parker website in Lexington (ironically called "Lexington Cares") obsessively incites and catalogues rhetoric, intimidation, and activism against David Parker and his family. www.LexingtonCares.org 

This second website coordinates the homosexual activism against David Parker and his family in Lexington: www.RespectingDifferences.org

Note the confusion techniques that both of these websites use to incite people against citizens with traditional values.


Also, check out the MassResistance blog (for you red-meat activists)!

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