Monday, November 15, 2010

Kevin Jennings: Safe School Czar

Over a year ago, President Obama appointed Kevin Jennings as the "Safe School Czar" to the Department of Education. Let me tell you about him. He is a former schoolteacher who has advocated promoting homosexuality in schools, written about his past drug abuse, expressed his contempt for religion and detailed an incident in which he did not report an underage student who told him he was having sex with older men. [1]

I suppose President Obama thought he'd be the perfect person to help stop bullying of children in public schools, since Jennings has a longtime record of working to end bullying and discrimination in schools. Being a closet gay student in school, he has compassion for students who find themselves with the same circumstances. To battle this narrowness of mind that he feels exists, in 1990 he founded the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) in Massachusetts. This network now has over 40 chapters at schools nationwide. He has also published six books on gay rights and education, including one that describes his own experiences as a closet gay. [2] Peter Sprigg, a senior fellow on the Family Research council said:
"Jennings was obviously chosen for this job because of the safe schools aspect… defining ‘safe schools’ narrowly in terms of ‘safe for homosexuality.’"
As Jennings has been promoting GLSEN in all of his public appearances, he speaks openly about his gay choice. During a March 20, 2000 address in a New York City church, Jennings outlined his political strategy for gay activism:
“Twenty percent of people are hard-core fair-minded [pro-homosexual] people. Twenty percent are hard-core [anti-homosexual] bigots. We need to ignore the hard-core bigots, get more of the hard-core fair-minded people to speak up, and we’ll pull that 60 percent [of people in the middle] over to our side. That’s really what I think our strategy has to be. We have to quit being afraid of the religious right. We also have to quit — I’m trying to find a way to say this. I’m trying not to say, ‘[F—] ’em!’ which is what I want to say, because I don’t care what they think! Drop dead!” [3]

In the following video, Jennings tells his listeners that he is impatient to grow his cause. A Focus on the Family representative explains that his plan wants to introduce homosexuality as early as the first grade, and how a parent can be cautious to the agenda.  It is also disclosed that Jennings was Obama's campaign LGBY Finance Co-chair.

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This is a sample of gay education. It's a new way of marketing evil.

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