Monday, December 7, 2009

Kevin Jennings is a Threat to America's Children: Why Does Obama Trust Him?

This is a stinging open letter to Barack Obama from a mother of three children, Jennifer Hartline, who is utterly fed up with the revelations that Kevin Jennings, who was appointed by Obama as his "Safe Schools Czar," has created and led an organization GLSEN which promotes the sexualization and corruption of children as its mission. She is really angry and calls out the man who hired Jennings and refuses to fire him. Listen to what she has to say:
"An open letter to Mr. Obama

I will not address you as Mr. President. I question whether you are fit to lead anyone. What I have learned today is the very last straw. I cannot even give you the benefit of the doubt any longer. Frankly, I feel foolish for ever being inclined to do so.

We have endured a great deal from you in one short year, and it is simply too much to bear any longer. You are clearly bent on taking our country down a road of unabashed immorality and debauchery no matter what the people think or say to the contrary. It is time for our elected leaders to take a bold initiative and curtail your abilities to do any further damage.

You have filled your administration with people who hold the most outrageous, insane, and frightening views on everything from our climate to our animals and worst of all, the sexuality of our children. You plainly gravitate toward these radical sorts who have a view of America and the world that I and many other will simply never tolerate. Your intentions have been revealed, and they are divisive and destructive.

Do not attempt to distance yourself from the views of Van Jones, Cass Sunstein, and John Holdren. You don’t get a pass anymore. The buck stops with you. If you appointed them, then you believe what they believe. If you think they’re off-base and you disagree with them, then you shouldn’t hire them to do your laundry, let alone fill a cabinet-level position. If they’re on your team, then you’re okay with everything they’ve said and published – period. You’re the one who wanted the job, so stop crying about being unfairly aligned with crazy radical views.

Quite possibly the worst of all is Kevin Jennings, your so-called Safe Schools Czar. That you have given this man the task of making our public schools “safe” for students to learn is stunning. Jennings has a view of “health” and “safety” for our kids that is shockingly corrupt and devoid of morality and you gave him the job.

I am unutterably sick to death of the hyper-sexualization of our children in this culture, and I will not silently allow you and Jennings to further this twisted agenda in our school system under the banner of tolerance and equality. How dare you use the power of your office to pollute my children’s futures with rampant, forced, immoral sexual indoctrination!

I read through as much as I could stand of Jennings’ list of “safe reading” for our school children beginning in kindergarten all the way through 12th grade. I saw some of the illustrations in these recommended books and I was glad I had an empty stomach. What I read and saw was revolting and pornographic. This filth is what your czar wants our children to read in order to foster understanding, tolerance, and create a safe environment for learning? This putrid smut has one purpose only and that is to break down a child’s moral center and make them slaves to selfish, destructive, immoral, and even deadly sexual behavior."
There is much more. Take the time to read it all.

The GLSEN, which has been Kevin Jennings life work, is the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network. This organization is described by Rod Dreher as:
"The pervy organization, whose disgusting, pornographic reading list for students we talked about over the weekend, passes itself off as advocates for kids. Really, they do. And the administration thinks so highly of GLSEN that it named the organization's founder and longtime director America's safe schools czar."
The disgusting, pornographic reading list for students Dreher mentions is what has Jennifer Hartline so angry. She links to it and you can see it here.

Dreher's post is entitled "Kevin Jennings and GLSEN Sicko Reading List" and he quotes Gateway Pundit, a blog at First Things website, which has an article entitled: "Breaking: Obama’s “Safe Schools Czar” Is Promoting Child Porn in the Classroom– Kevin Jennings and the GLSEN Reading List. This article is must reading for anyone concerned about public education today and the implications of social approval for homosexual behavior for schools and children. It comes with a content warning. But go ahead and read it. If elementary children have to read this stuff, then adults should be able to wade through some snippets in order to realize the depth of evil we are up against.

The single most important issue at stake in the battle for legal recognition of same-sex "marriage" is the right of pro-promiscuity agitators to gain the legal power to set the agenda for public school curriculum. If same-sex "marriage" is legal: that is, if it is against the law not to pretend that a man can "marry" another man, then the activists can bully and intimidate schools into implementing their indoctrination of young children with regard to sexual experimentation, gender fluidity, and the importance of being sexually active as the basis for personal fulfillment.

They want your children. And they intend to make them believe their lies and perversions. This is what is at stake. And Obama is just another woolly-headed liberal enabler, which is why he trusts Kevin Jennings.

5 comments:

Peter Dunn said...

The communist Frank Marshall Davis, who was BHO's mentor in Hawaii, was a notorious pervert. Therefore, it is not surprising in the least that he would choose perverts to work for him in his administration. He is only being a true disciple.

apdraper2000 said...

Elementary children DON'T "have to read this stuff."

Jennings' job does not grant him any kind of totalitarian authority over the American public schools (which are considerably decentralized). And the work of GLSEN does not make a reliable guide as to what Jennings will be doing in his new position.

You can't just unload the latest conservative talking points under a name like "The Politics of the Cross Resurrected." Either stick to the high road or change the name of your blog, please.

Craig Carter said...

APDRAPER,
Your desire to defend Jennings is completely inexplicable.

1. He doesn't have to have totalitarian power to have influence(a red herring).

2. And he founded and guided GLSEN for decades so on what basis can you categorically say that organization's work will not be a reliable guide to what Jennings will be doing? I see no reason for such hopefulness except wish fulfillment(and liberal talking points.)

3. When the conservatives are right the fact that conservatives said it is irrelevant (the Generic Fallacy).

I'll let you make wrong points in the comments and I'll say whatever I want on my own blog. (I must have struck some kind of nerve; you are really grumpy today!)

papercut said...

MassResistance is the primary source for much of the damning info on Jennings, including Fistgate and the Little Black Book. http://www.massresistance.org/docs/issues/kevin_jennings/index.html

apdraper2000 said...

Grumpy, yes - that day, and most days of late that I read "The Politics of the Cross Resurrected."

It's profoundly depressing to see you cite Augustine on Jesus in his role as judge, on any day when it's followed by you playing judge yourself with so much relish. The whole point is that only Jesus has the authority (and the wisdom) to cast people into the lake of fire. You've got your own little lake of fire going and are altogether too quick to find offenders and pitch them in.

Indeed you are free to write whatever you care to write in your own blog.

Since we're both Christians and supposedly reject this idea of radical individualism where "no one can tell me what to do with my own private life," I feel free to tell you this one thing you can do with your own blog (which remains, fear not, forever and amen YOURS): Taking the phrase, "the politics of the cross," and appending to it your anathemas is improper.