Germany’s Common Core— parents attacked for protesting child sexualization in schools…
(CUSA) – Centralized and imposed educational liberalism is not unique to the United States. This is not to be confused with a liberal education but is instead an anti-Christian agenda imposed upon public schools.
The agenda is much more advanced in Europe in the name of “promoting tolerance” but it is advancing here as well in our Common Core curriculum. Nonetheless, Jesus insisted on Love not tolerance. Below is an example that the foundation of this agenda is hatred and that Common Core will lead to the same level of suppression. It must be rejected from root to stem. —Ed.
by T. KEVIN WHITEMAN—
Parents in two of the few regions of Germany that still retains a sizable demographic of politically and socially conservative minded citizens have found themselves at the receiving end of physical assaults and destruction of private property.
This includes having feces thrown at them at the hands of militant pro-homosexual activists, as reported by Life Site News.
To further inflame the situation, local police reportedly ordered the estimated 1,000-strong peacefully protesting parents and children to disperse “in order ‘to avoid escalation.’”
Parents and children in the South and West regions of Baden-Württemberg and Cologne, Germany have organized a peaceful protest march and speakers rally to voice their opposition to the government’s introducing a the new sex-ed curriculum initiated by Baden-Württemberg’s ruling Green Party/Socialist Progressive Democrat (SDP) coalition.
Proponents of the new sexual education courses claim the new classes of instruction “will promote tolerance of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual and intersexual people.”
However, according to critics, it will “go beyond the aim of preventing discrimination” and will advocate “the ideology of the rainbow” also known among opponents as the militant homosexual advocacy movement.
According to cited sources, many parents and teachers were concerned about the early-age indoctrination of children to a government-mandated “early sexualization.”
Concerned parents were previously approved by the civil authorities earlier in the year to hold their demonstration, but upon being disrupted by militant gay activists, the march was postponed until late March.
Again with their permits in order from the Stuttgart civil officials, this year’s march was met by an “aggressive mob of young left wing groups and ANTIFA (Antifaschistische Aktion – translation: ‘Anti-Fascist Action’)” members.
The peaceful marchers reportedly had insults screamed at them, were spat upon, had eggs thrown at them. They also had small bags filled with feces flung on them.
Adding insult to injury, it was noted that certain agitators were seen ripping pages out of a Bible, wiping themselves and throwing the soiled pages at the parents and children.
The organizers of the demonstrations expressed their disappointment at the missing support of the police and that a basic right – the right of assembly, was not protected.
One of the marching parents was quoted:
Apparently, they [the Stuttgart police] did not expect such a violent counter-demonstration, even though we expressed our concerns in this regard beforehand.
Prior to their march and rally, concerned parents and teachers submitted a 200,000 signatures-strong petition to state government asking that the new sex-ed curricula be shelved.
Translated by way of Google, the petition clearly states:
We support the concern, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual and intersex people. Existing discrimination should be addressed in the classroom.
However, the concerned adults also made it clear that the new blocks of instruction place an “over-emphasis of individual groups and their interests.”
Also cited in the petition was “the preservation of the trusting relationship between home and school” and also for “the immediate stop of propagating [a] new sexual morality.”
T. Kevin Whiteman is a retired Master Sergeant from the Marine Corps, now residing in North Carolina.