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[COMMENT: Everything below is from a 11/20/08
Massachusetts Resistance Update email -- (http://www.massresistance.org/
) The average leader in America today is either cowardly, ignorant,
or morally challenged. There is no good reason why the homosexualists
should be getting away with this travesty in our schools, government, and
The evidence is
clear, and there is a good strategy
for turning the tide. Any group which bases its thinking and practice on
feelings rather than truth will become totalitarian. When truth goes,
there is no way of deciding disputes other than by coercion or mind-control.
Homosexualists routinely use both. See After the Ball, by Kirk
and Hunter Madsen, two primary homosexualist strategists who spell out their
mind-control strategy openly for all to see. They describe exactly what
has been happening, as instanced below.
Wake Up! America!
1. Homosexuals stage huge
Fascist-like Prop 8 protest in Boston. Police needed to stop gay violence
against MassResistance counter-demonstration.
2. Across America:
Intimidation, rage, religious bigotry, violence as homosexuals "protest" their
losses in Marriage Amendment votes.
3. Two members of Congress
participate in Boston homosexual "protest", endorse the disgusting "efforts" to
overturn Prop 8. Express YOUR outrage to both of them.
Christian dating service forced to provide homosexual dating services and
advertise on gay media outlets -- for violating "anti-discrimination" laws in
5. With MassResistance research: Boston Herald columnist
exposes how the homosexual movement dupes Mass. politicians to get into your
VIDEO from homosexual anti-Prop 8 rally in Boston
A group of about 20 MassResistance people had decided to stage a peaceful
counter-demonstration. With the permission of the Boston police they set up over
to the side with a few signs and pro-marriage banners. The "peaceful" part
didn't last very long. A mob of enraged homosexual activists came and surrounded
them and attacked them. But the MassResistance people stood their ground,
and soon the police restored a semblance of order. Nevertheless, the crowd of
activists continued to surround them, scream at them, block their banner with
gay signs and flags, and do whatever they could to harass and intimidate them.
But they got the point that our side was not about to back down.
[Caption for picture: Out of control. Mob
of angry homosexual activists (with signs and "gay flag") attack peaceful
MassResistance people, tearing down white pro-marriage banner. Luckily, Boston
police were able to restore some order.
Sign in foreground says: "Step
onto the Gay Side! You know you want to. God don't discrimate [sic] only
It's very clear that the homosexual activists do not consider reason,
discourse, and general citizenship to play any part in their game plan. It's all
about anger, emotion, and doing whatever it takes to get their way.
MassResistance research: Boston Herald columnist exposes how the homosexual
movement dupes Mass. politicians to get into your schools.
It's been called the most dangerous fraud in public schools today.
Back in 1995, when we were known as Parents Rights Coalition, someone gave us a
disk of downloaded postings on Internet bulletin boards from homosexual groups
(there weren't many Web sites back then). We noticed that one of the postings
was the keynote speech by Kevin Jennings, the president of the Gay Lesbian and
Straight Teachers Network (GLSTN) at a recent national homosexual conference.
Titled "Winning the Culture War", Jennings described how the homosexual
activists were able to fool the hapless Massachusetts Legislature into promoting
the homosexual agenda in the schools, by framing it as a "safety" issue.
Read the speech "Winning the Culture War" here.
(GLSTN now calls itself GLSEN - Gay Lesbian and Straight
Education Network - in order to downplay the fact that it started out as a group
of homosexual teachers.)
We sent a copy of the speech to Boston Herald
columnist Joe Fitzgerald. Joe immediately understood what it was all about.
Since then, Joe has devoted several columns to that speech. His latest was
published this week.
'Cultural War' won at democracy's cost
By Joe Fitzgerald, Boston Herald
November 19, 2008
More than a dozen years have passed since the game
plan was disclosed, and today no one can deny its success.
speech he titled "Winning the Cultural War," a nationally prominent gay
activist named Kevin Jennings told a New York audience of the success his
movement was having in suppressing opposition here in Massachusetts.
"Effective framing of the issue was the key," he boasted. "We explained how
homophobia represents a threat to students' safety by creating a climate
where suicide is common.
"We threw our opponents onto the defensive
and left them backpedaling from day one. This allowed us to set the terms
for the debate. In Massachusetts, no one could speak against our frame."
Yes, and eventually no one could vote against it either, because
Massachusetts legislators, terrified of incurring the wrath of a politically
potent gay community, quickly fell into line like the lemmings they are,
unconscionably assuring that the issue of gay marriage never appear on a
Those reminding them that "governments are instituted among
men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed," were
dismissed as cultural relics, and those maintaining that the institution of
marriage was Scripturally ordained and historically defined were maligned as
hateful or ignorant.
The crowd that once pleaded for tolerance had
become the most intolerant crowd of all.
So it wasn't surprising to
see an angry gathering on City Hall plaza last Saturday, livid over
California's passage of Proposition 8, formally banning same-sex marriage.
Their arrogance was appalling, clearly reflecting their sense of
entitlement. Imagine, people who didn't agree with them had been allowed to
voice their opinions.
Can you believe it?
Well, yes, and some
of us can actually remember it, too.
It's called democracy, and it's
what we had here before, as Kevin Jennings correctly noted, our weak-kneed
leaders began to cower and backpedal.
"Massachusetts is the norm,"
one rally participant bitterly insisted, indicating just how effective the
indoctrination has been.
Please, has anyone in that crowd ever read a
Massachusetts is as abnormal as it gets.
the rest of America, thankfully, it is still considered OK to stand for what
you believe, even when you're made to feel you're standing all alone.
Link to this article on Herald website.
Framing the issue -
How the homosexual movement
got into the
The homosexual movement's lies and deceptions --
"safety" and "suicide prevention".
Dec. 1, 1996
SEE BELOW: Read their own words from 1995 speech bragging
about how they tricked the Massachusetts Legislature
The homosexual movement in the public schools has always been based on lies
and deception. But until the mid-1990s, they were still having difficulty
getting into the schools. Then they found the key to their huge success -- what
they call "re-framing the issue". As a result, they've been able to persuade the
Massachusetts Legislature to budget hundreds of thousands of public dollars for
programs promoting homosexuality in the public schools. And their "gay-straight
alliance" clubs, which started in Massachusetts, now are in hundreds of schools
from Maine to San Diego.
The following is from a speech entitled "Winning the Culture War"
by Kevin Jennings, Executive Director of the "Gay, Lesbian, and Straight
Education Network" (GLSEN). It was delivered at the "Human Rights Campaign Fund
Leadership Conference" -- a national homosexual activists' event -- on March 5,
In this landmark speech to the national gay movement, Jennings described how
GLSEN and Gov. Weld's "Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth" brought
homosexuality programs into Massachusetts schools by purposefully confusing the
argument in order to intimidate critics. Since then, it's been used as a model
for getting their propaganda into school districts across America. (In the first
sentence, note the "big lie" technique of marginalizing normal, mainstream
opposition as "the Radical Right.")
Framing the Issue in Massachusetts
by Kevin Jennings, founder of GLSEN
speech entitled "Winning the Culture War"
Human Rights Campaign Fund Leadership Conference
March 5, 1995
"If the Radical Right can succeed in portraying us as preying on
children, we will lose. Their language -- "promoting homosexuality" is one
example -- is laced with subtle and not-so- subtle innuendo that we are
"after their kids." We must learn from the abortion struggle, where the
clever claiming of the term "pro- life" allowed those who opposed abortion
on demand to frame the issue to their advantage, to make sure that we do not
allow ourselves to be painted into a corner before the debate even begins.
"In Massachusetts the effective reframing of this issue was the
key to the success of the Governor's Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth.
We immediately seized upon the opponent's calling card-- safety--and
explained how homophobia represents a threat to students' safety by creating
a climate where violence, name- calling, health problems, and suicide are
common. Titling our report 'Making Schools Safe for Gay and Lesbian
Youth,' we automatically threw our opponents onto the defensive and stole
their best line of attack. This framing short-circuited their arguments and
left them back-pedaling from day one.
"Finding the effective frame for your community is the key to
victory. It must be linked to universal values that everyone in the
community has in common. In Massachusetts, no one could speak up against our
frame and say, 'Why, yes, I do think students should kill themselves': this
allowed us to set the terms for debate.
"In Massachusetts, we made creating an environment where youth
could speak out our number one priority. We know that, confronted
with real-live stories of youth who had suffered from homophobia, our
opponents would have to attack people who had already been victimized once,
which put them in a bully position from which it would be hard to emerge
looking good. More importantly, we made sure these youth met with elected
officials so that, the next time these officials had to vote on something,
there would be a specific face and story attached to the issue. We wanted
them to have an actual kid in mind when they had to cast their votes.
We won the final vote in the Senate 33-7 as a result."
The losers: parents and children
Now do you get it? Parents are always astounded when they are told that
the gay assemblies, gay-themed plays, gay clubs, secret counseling sessions, gay
books, and other school-wide homosexual events are for "safety" and "suicide
In fact, none of these so-called suicide prevention programs have any
legitimate medical or psychological basis. No one with actual credentials to
deal with suicide, or even mainstream suicide-prevention groups such as the
Samaritans, are ever involved. Yet, they're dealing with vulnerable children.
Upon examination, you see that all of these programs are simply put together
by homosexual activists to normalize homosexuality in the minds of as many kids
as possible -- and if possible without any parental knowledge or consent.
Why don't our public officials hold these up to the light, like other
academic subjects, and objectively examine their content? We've asked that
question a lot -- of school officials, teachers, and legislators. And we
never get an answer. Actually, we know what the problem is. Too many
of our public officials are intimidated by the homosexual movement, and are
afraid to challenge them.
So they continue to get hundreds of thousands of your tax dollars from your
legislature for their insidious programs in your public schools.
What to do?
The homosexual movement cannot operate without using lies and deception. When
the light of day is shown on their activities in the public schools, and when
people are forced to objectively examine them, they are seen for the destructive
things they are.
Parents must shine the light of day on these activities and loudly and
forcefully demand that public officials get rid of them.
But unfortunately, until this happens, it's the children who are continued to
be experimented on and used -- and it's the parents who are eventually left to
pick up the pieces.
A final interesting note: In 1995, when the speech referenced above
was given, GLSEN was officially known as GLSTN, "Gay, Lesbian, and Straight
Teachers Network." This was a more accurate description of the organization,
since it is in fact a mostly network of homosexual teachers working to bring
homosexuality into schools. But being honest is bad public relations in this
case. So soon afterwards, they changed their name to GLSEN - "Gay, Lesbian, and
Straight Education Network." Talk about framing the issue!
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Date Posted - 11/21/2008 - Date
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