HOMOSEXUAL PROPAGANDA IN SCHOOLS NOT IN SOCIETY'S INTEREST
Lately I have become increasingly disappointed in our culture and where we are headed. The radical homosexual agenda has so effectively spread its message, and continues to do so at an alarming rate, not only among adults, but more importantly among our children. Man is no longer concerned with "sin" which offends God instead he is concerned with offending his fellow man's feelings about himself.
A culture that immerses itself in the pursuit of mortal sin cannot grasp the things of God. We have become a culture that is impervious to God's grace. The depth of the blindness and disregard to spiritual realities is unsurpassed historically and unsurpassed in depravity. Satan knows that the corruption of youth is the key to the future, and apparently so do his cohorts. This world is his dominion and he seals his citizens with a deadly mark on the soul. No wonder souls are said to be falling like snowflakes into hell.
These are a must watch couple of videos--click here. We cannot turn a blind eye to the methods used to corrupt our youth--no matter how disturbing. We must expose the darkness so that we can effectively do battle for souls.
But amidst the darkness of our wholehearted acceptance of homosexuality as equal to heterosexuality, is a nation that seems to be hanging on by a thread to the truths of God and His church. It is a nation that is clearly like a lamb in the midst of wolves. From Guardian Unlimited:
Not in society's interests to have more gay people, says Polish PM
Poland's prime minister, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, rejected EU criticism of a ban on "homosexual propaganda" in schools yesterday, saying that it was not in society's interests to increase the number of gay people.
Mr Kaczynski dismissed suggestions that homosexual people faced discrimination in Poland, in a blunt response to an EU parliament vote earlier in the day in which MEPs called for a fact-finding mission to the country to investigate recent anti-gay comments by senior officials.
"Nobody is limiting gay rights in Poland," said Mr Kaczynski, leader of the Law and Justice party, which stresses Roman Catholic Values and governs with the small League of Polish Families, which is militantly anti-abortion and anti-gay rights.
"However, if we're talking about not having homosexual propaganda in Polish schools, I fully agree with those who feel this way. Such propaganda should not be in schools; it definitely doesn't serve youth well. It's not in the interests of any society to increase the number of homosexuals, that's obvious."
In Strasbourg the European parliament issued a resolution calling for more robust action from Polish leaders. "The European parliament ... calls on the ... Polish authorities publicly to condemn and take measures against declarations by public leaders inciting discrimination and hatred based on sexual orientation," said the resolution, which was sponsored by socialists, liberals and greens but largely opposed by conservatives.
Last month Poland's deputy education minister, Miroslaw Orzechowski, said that teachers deemed to be promoting "homosexual culture" in Polish schools would be fired, and the government has drafted corresponding legislation.
This year the education minister, Roman Giertych, the leader of the League of Polish Families, said "one must limit homosexual propaganda so that children won't have an improper view of family".
Mr Kaczynski had previously distanced himself from the comments. His twin brother, President Lech Kaczynski, has drawn criticism from human rights groups after he banned a gay parade when he was mayor of Warsaw.