How to confront the “Day of Silence” and other LGBT propaganda

On Friday, April 15, high schools (and many middle schools) across the country will be hosting the LGBT movement’s annual “Day of Silence.”

During this all-day event, student activists and even school officials encourage students to be silent for the entire day as a sign of solidarity with the international LGBT movement. Students are encouraged to wear special pro-homosexual badges, stickers, and bracelets — which are often handed out at the school entrances that day. There are also pro-LGBT posters in the hallways, handouts, and even workshops.

Getting young people to identify emotionally with the overall LGBT movement (going beyond just the “sexual orientation” issue) is very important to the national activists. Besides schools, “Day of Silence” events are also held in colleges and even some workplaces.

Here’s an example of what GLSEN has had kids pass out on the “Day of Silence.”

As with other LGBT programs, in recent years the Day of Silence organizers have shifted their psychological tactic from the “Civil Rights” metaphor (which was not resonating much with kids) to the “anti-bullying” agenda, as a more immediate and emotional vehicle emphasizing victimhood – and intimidating possible critics into silence.

As usual, although the adult activists claim that the “Day of Silence” is put together by “students,” it is in fact organized behind the scenes by adults with the enthusiastic cooperation of school officials. They use materials and instructionsfrom the national homosexual activist group GLSEN — which is funded by major US corporations. […]

Source: How to confront the “Day of Silence” and other LGBT propaganda


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