The Religious Liberty of Parents to Teach their Children their Religious Beliefs

My Summary of this awesome article:

The public schools teach LGBT doctrines to our kids in schools. We as parents are obligated to teach our own children about our beliefs (esp. about the plan of salvation and that marriage is between one man and one woman) in the gospel of Jesus Christ. We must allow our public schools to respect the religious freedom of all and to teach their children what they think is correct and true. We must love those who believe differently about the family and marriage, with Christlike love. We must respect their rights to have their own beliefs and fight for our own religious freedom. We must fight to keep the liberties of all parents to raise and teach their own children their own beliefs.

The Eternal Importance of Family

Learn about Religious Freedom

The Family: A Proclamation to the World (1995)

Summary & Notes from “Education 2030 Incheon Declaration & Framework for Action,” 1 of 2 posts

Lifelong learning (baby day care from birth, preschool, k-12 and adult lifelong education)

gender equality

ensure all children are in school

global citizenship

Themes (essential for peace, tolerance, human fulfilmnet and sustainable development): 

  • human rights and dignity (dignity means die with dignity, which means euthanization or starvation to death for the elderly)
  • social justice
  • inclusion (this means no religious freedom)
  • protection (by the New World Order, from activists like me who blog like this)
  • cultural diversity
  • linguistic diversity
  • ethnic diversity
  • shared responsibility (worldwide communist-fascist communitarian tyrannical Government)
  • accountability

Take money from first world countries to give to third world countries to implement this world order, improve their indoctrinating schools, etc. (Impementing Our Common Agenda, 14, 15)

Comprehensive national monitoring and evalutation throug data collected, Improve data collection ( Implementing Our Common Agenda, 18)

All children, young people and adults will become responsible global citizens and will be on the right side of change!

“We need every child in school and learning,” Anthony Lake, Executive Director, UNICEF

Values:

  • Peace
  • Justice
  • Human Rights
  • Gender Equality
  • Women’s Empowerment

(Statements of the Heads of the WEF 2015 Convening Agencies)

“…Education can accelerate progress towards the achievement of all of the SDG’s…” (Sustainable Development Goals)

Children need skills necessary to live in a world which is more:

  • secure
  • sustainable
  • intedependent
  • knowledge-based
  • technology-driven

Education will have to take into account “multiple dimensions of human existnce,” in “promoting democracy and human rights and enhancing global citizenship, tolerance and civic engagement, as well as sustainable development (I.A.6).” This means places of worship, homes and group meetings will be monitored, too.

“enabling girls and women, empowering them economically…saves the lives of millins of mothers and children…essential element of efforts t reduce malnutrition.” (I.A.6)

I.A10: “Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women,” and “full development of the human personality and promote mutual understanding, tolerance, friendship and peace” (This cannot happen where the government is not in complete control of homes, families, education. group gatherings, the media and religion).

“Realistic intermediate benchmarks and stepping stones should be set at the national level…”and “…education content, approaches  structures and funding strategies…” (I.A.19)

“Education and training opportunities must be ensured (by) cross-sector approaches traversing education, science and technology, family, employment, industrial and economic development, migration and integration, citizenship, social welfare and public fincance policies…”

From Whom Should the Children Learn?

Let’s discuss whose job it is to teach our kids. Let’s talk about nature. Here are a few examples from nature:

  • There are always ducklings waddling behind their schoolteacher ducks and the schoolteacher ducks have been taught how to teach waddling to their students, by the government ducks. The schoolteacher ducks are the only ducks properly trained to teach swimming, diving for food, seeking mates, quacking, defense strategies, pecking, preening of feathers, flying and running. Parent ducks are only the ducks who provided life.
  • Lion cubs are always taken from their moms when they learn how to whelp, and put in dens led by schoolteacher lions. These schoolteacher lions are the only ones properly trained to teach the correct standards in being Lions. Schoolteacher lions have specialized tools for the training in hunting. They have been given the tools by the Centralized Lion Government. They are the only ones able to teach roaring in the correct way. They are the only ones given the knowledge of how to teach the little lions and lionesses how to pass the lion tests (of course, they do not know what is on the tests–that would be wrong–only the government knows).
  • Fish swim in schools because they leave their parents immediately and their parents do not swim in the same school with them (because that would be ridiculous). The little ones swim with ocean life of many species, born at the same time they were. They are taught safety and science by a schoolteacher. We learn this in the movie, “Finding Nemo,” wherein a stingray is the valued and respected teacher for many species from the same area. They must be taught alongside other species because diversity is valued and, after all, learning alongside a bunch of others in their own species or family, would be very laughable.

This makes it logical and natural for children not to be taught and nurtured by parents, but by teachers who are trained to teach Federal government-approved standards. Learning from  parents and in the company of siblings is downright unnatural. Even ducks do not learn that way (as I have established above).

Propoganda in 7th Grade Language Arts

Someone posted this picture of her 7th grade daughter’s homework online. Please make note of numbers 2, 7, 9 and 10. This is Social Studies political indoctrination for English homework.

2 may appear to just be an opinion, but they inserted this opinion on purpose, for social indoctrination. Why does this have to be used to teach verbs?

7: When I was a kid, we were taught to respect the right to bear arms being part of the Constitution and were taught about its revolutionary war beginnings, and its reason for being put in the Constitution, instead of taught that it is an “issue.” They have put this here on purpose, so that kids in 7th grade can think that this is an evil part of the Constitution that must be taken out. Why is it important to teach verbs this way?

9: The wildlands project is very real and happening now. The wildlands project is placing wild animals (such as lions, but also including wolves, bears, rattlesnakes, alligators, sea lions to attract sharks, etc.) back in their native habitats and coming with laws about not shooting them, not even in self defense. This project puts “green” and “earth” before humans and in my opinion, is part of putting earth before God, which bothers me because it violates the commandment, “Thou shalt have no other God before me.” You may not see it, but I do. This does not show a fear of a rampant (wild, uncontrolled, not in a zoo, free) lion, but talks about how glorious and awesome a rampant (wild, uncontrolled, not in a zoo, free) lion is to see. Why are they needing this to be part of teaching verbs, again?

10: This is part of their awesome goal to divide and conquer (divide parents and their children). Their goal here is for the child to see their parents as financially weak. (This is so that later, they can come in and promise this stuff to your child, stuff the parents cannot give the child). If you look closely at the homework of your own kids, you may see inserted, a love of, a respect for, a duty to, and a dependence upon, community, instead of to siblings, parents and grandparents.

These things are all subtle, but if you look carefully, they will be found in your own child’s/ student’s/ grandchild’s school work. It will be with the Language Arts work. It is propoganda.

Awesome, eh?