Coastal Voices: Gay-history bill an affront

Submitted

I suppose that by now many parents of California-schooled children have awakened with a shock to the fact that their children are no longer theirs to raise in a manner congruent with their deeply held religious moral values.

With a deft stroke of the executive pen Gov. Jerry Brown has approved the ever-deepening chasm of degradation of the California school curriculum by requiring the textbooks to be altered to reflect the historical "contributions" of homosexuals to America's once-preeminent status among world governments.

Perhaps I understate the sweep of this glorious re-evaluation of history. It may even include all people of all times, of that I'm uncertain. I am fairly assured of one thing, however, this pox has not been brought upon the esteemed field of "science" collectively known as the theory of evolution yet. To my knowledge, the push to review the theory of evolution has not advanced an agenda of the homosexualization of homo-erectus although I see fertile ground for development of that inanity.

The acceptance of homosexuality appears to have won the round as

there is no longer any public discourse on the subject in the mainstream

media. Then again, why would there be with the George Soros-backed

media juggernaut crushing any and all opposition?

Additionally, federal judges have come to the fore and, along with

courts in some instances, punished dissent with the legal apparatus

which has, in some cases, had access to Soros money. It's a given, then,

that mainstream media plays a decisive role in the determination of

what is and is not acceptable in America today.

Predictably, there will be some knee-jerk reactions by incensed

parents directed toward school boards when parents become aware of their

child's homework assignment consisting of a book report on that

preeminent public figure Harvey Milk and his grand contribution to

California society.

But adverse reaction directed against school boards is totally

misdirected in the instant case. The objection should have begun long

ago with the introduction of this legislation to the Senate floor. The

protestations should have poured into the offices of elected

representatives and lastly to the governor's office, where you will be

greeted by a friendly automated service that directs you to vote for or

against pending legislation.

Of course, the media, by burying the subject on the fifth page of

your local paper in a one-paragraph blurb (if at all), lends little to

the democratic process. And, yes, the sports page with all its splash of

color and hoopla presents a one-sided competition for many a reader's

attention.

While it is obvious that parents (who presumably outnumber proponents

of this egregious new law) were asleep at the switch and the media

played its well-earned role in the politics of deviant sex, one other

culprit sits silently in the shadows of complicity.

Of recent history public labor unions have been embroiled in some

rather raucous debates. Whether one is pro or con on the issue, it must

be admitted that the powerful National Education Association was very

silent on this issue (SB48). If it opposed it, which is highly unlikely,

it was in "soft mode."

If it was merely silent on the pending legislation, that is

tantamount to favoring it by allowing it to proceed unchallenged by the

very ones that will be compelled to subvert young minds, the teachers.

One wonders how this homosexual indoctrination of children sits with

those instructors who still hold to traditional values. Will they

proceed against their own core values or seek careers elsewhere?

If, however, most teachers are in accord with teaching homosexuality

as a normal sexual practice then a new era of civilization is dawning

for America. As a parent I would see it as incumbent upon me to remove

my children from the public school system and see to their instruction

in an alternative system.

I not only welcome all criticism against this writing but I challenge

it. The time for fence-sitting is over. I do, however present one

caveat - that being that the critic be willing to enter into a

plain-speaking debate in which the central theme of what constitutes

homosexual practices of the male homosexual be presented to the paper

for public purview - if the editor, who espouses open debate, will print

it.

Dale L. Bohling is a Crescent City resident.

Editor's note: The article, "Law requires the teaching of gay

history," appeared on the front page of the July 15 Triplicate.

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