Tuesday, March 8, 2011

NEA + UN = Wolves in Wolves' Clothing

You can't make stuff like this up.

I'm actually not going to provide much commentary on this article. It would force me to type words that I really don't want to type. And think thoughts that I really don't want to think. Suffice it to say that the NEA has a dark and scary agenda for our children that is so outrageous it's almost unbelievable. And it's this agenda that is one of my top reasons for keeping my children at home and out of the very determined clutches of the NEA. And just in case there was any wiggle-room in my commitment to homeschool, this article removed the wiggle.  For good.  Why stuff like this doesn't convince every American parent to homeschool is absolutely beyond me.

At the UN's recent "Commission on the Status of Women," Diane Schneider, a representative of the NEA had much to say.  Here's a snippet.
Comprehensive sex education is “the only way to combat heterosexism and gender conformity,” Schneider proclaimed, “and we must make these issues a part of every middle and high-school student’s agenda.”  “Gender identity expression and sexual orientation are a spectrum,” she explained, and said that those opposed to homosexuality “are stuck in a binary box that religion and family create.” (emphasis mine)

If you think you can stand it, you can read more about the NEA's recommendations for your children's education on the website of the Catholic Family & Human Rights Institute*.

And then pop over to The All American Blogger* to read a great commentary on the article.

And then give your children great big hugs and promise them that you'll never feed them to the wolves.

I don't know about you, but the view from our "binary box" is just fine.

(*Please note that both articles linked above contain content that is not suitable for children.)


  1. Visiting from HHH. Great blog. I am your newest follower.

  2. That is disgusting. It's not fit for adult eyes, either.

  3. Linda, thank you for sharing this information. It is equal parts amazing and unsurprising. I've decided that I'd be better off writing a follow-up post than writing a post-length reply.

  4. I have read this post about the NEA and UN. I thought you would enjoy reading about another problem with the UN and Parent's rights. You can find out more by going to parentalrights.org. In a nutshell, the UNCRC is probably going to be signed into treaty by the US sometime in the future. This may seem good in the short time, but it has implications for the family unit and homeschooling.

    I am not affiliated with the site, just signed the petition, but I thought since you support homeschooling I would give you a heads up. I am also not a mom or homeschooling mom, though if I have children they will be homeschooled. :D Just as I was in the late 80s early 90s.

  5. @Arby--I look forward to your follow-up post!! No one writes on topics like these quite like you do!! And I mean that in the best possible way! :-)

    @Ladybug--thanks so much for stopping by and leaving your helpful comment! I've followed the UNCRC very closely and am VERY concerned about its implications for parents and families. I too have signed the petition. Thanks again, though for stopping by!! Please come back!

  6. The NEA wants 5-year olds taught about masturbation, oral sex, and orgasms. You will find that in Catholic Vote's information on NEA testimony at the UN.

    As long as the NEA exists I cannot even respect a single public school teacher. Their dues support this kind of sickness.

    And as you say, I cannot imagine parents, particularly Christian parents, sending their kids to the "wolves."

    One last thing, to anyone who thinks this stuff isn't already being taught now in some schools...I guarantee you it is and parents are CLUELESS.