Friday, July 12, 2013


I don't agree with what the article below says but I am posting it anyway because it describes the fact that 11 year-old children in New York City public schools will be forced by the school system to learn how to use condoms - whether their parents like it or not. That information alone should be shocking to most. But don't let the rest of this article mislead you. I don't agree with much of what it says because...

(1) I believe schools ARE indoctrinating kids into gratuitous sex with their so-called sex education classes and I believe it is intentional;

(2) I do NOT think it is appropriate for schools to teach 11 year-olds "how to enjoy sex, how to please a sexual partner, how to engage in mutual masturbation techniques, the ancient art of cunnilingus, fellatio, Kama Sutra sexual positions, or about the many and varied delights of erotica and pornography." I think this kind of "education" -- at any age -- only adds to the ever-escalating problems of sexual addiction, haphazard conception, unwanted babies, abortion, sexually-transmitted diseases, single parents, fatherless children, and the complete breakdown of human love. In all the focus on hedonistic fleshy indulgence, never is there a conversation about human love, or healthy relationships, or conscious parenting. Never is their a discussion about the spiritual ramifications of abortion, or the psychic pain involved in gestating a baby in a womb where it is not wanted, or giving birth to an unwanted child. NEVER is there a conversation about what really matters!!! ALWAYS the conversation is about "safe sex" and "protected sex" and condoms -- the underlying message being... GO AHEAD, HAVE SEX. HAVE SEX. HAVE SEX. AS LONG AS YOU PUT ON THIS PIECE OF SHIT CONDOM, IT'S ALL GONNA BE OK!!!


(3) Schools do not give a damn about discouraging sexual activity, and neither do those "experts" and "district education authorities" who create the warped sex education curriculum in the first place. The people behind all of this, including planned parenthood (which, by the way, is an organization run by the Gates family and funded by the Rockefeller Foundation), benefit enormously from young people having sex because the young people become food for the abortion industry and the pedophiles (who, by the way inhabit large portions of these very sick bloodline families). And.. the poor, unwanted, haphazardly conceived babies -- most of whom are aborted -- end up in vaccines, stamina boosting pills, in research laboratories for things like "flavor-enhancing research" (see articles about Senomyx on this blog), and on satanic altars where their organs and blood can be consumed by the same demonic bloodline creatures who are so involved in promoting abortion and planned parenthood and sex education -- the latter of which, by the way, they want to bring into kindergarten classrooms.

To sum it all up... young people having sex (and making unwanted babies) provides big business for the abortion industry and is fundamental to feeding the satanic psychopaths who are behind all of this sex education in the first place.

Add to that the fact that kids under 18 have underdeveloped brains, which brains are being warped by premature sexual activity creating sexual addiction (which of course fuels the pornography industry -- also run by the satanic bloodline families mentioned above) and mutations in thinking and behavior that make them excellent slaves...

Now, we begin to see the big picture.

If you were bent of the breakdown of the family and the enslavement and/or destruction of human beings, wouldn't you too work at manipulating their carnal appetite and behavior?

Source Article:
Condoms & Kids in New York City

"It’s official. Eleven-year-old boys and girls in the Big Apple’s public school system will soon be forced to learn how to put on a condom as part of a comprehensive sex education curriculum described by the district education authorities as “long overdue.”

That’s right; New York City schools are interested in meddling into the potential sex lives of your children; to “teach them what they need to know about sex” while they remain a captive audience in their sixth-grade through high school classrooms; and the officials are not going to take “no” for an answer. This will be mandatory.

From my own limited personal experience in the matter I discovered that putting on a condom is several steps easier than tying my shoe laces, a skill I had mastered completely with the help of my parents by the time I was four-years-old.

Donning a pair of gloves is slightly more difficult than rolling on a condom, mainly because one must learn how to don two gloves, a left one and a right one, as opposed to only one condom. Yes, even getting dressed in the morning and ready for school is substantially more difficult for a kid to learn than how to use a condom, a skill any self-respecting imbecile can accomplish in 5 minutes tops.

“I believe the school system has an important role to play with regard to educating our children about sex and the potential consequences of engaging in risky behavior,” Dennis Walcott, Chancellor of NYC Schools, sanctimoniously proclaimed.

Obviously, it’s not really about how to use a condom to avoid sexually transmitted diseases; it’s about indoctrinating kids against gratuitous sex in much the same way they are indoctrinated against recreational drug use.

So NYC children as young as 11 years old will participate in discussions on a variety of topics ranging from the risks of unprotected sex to the appropriate age for sexual activity whether they or their parents like it or not.

Note that none of these topics will be about how to enjoy sex, pleasing a sexual partner or anything even close. Mutual masturbation techniques, the ancient art of cunnilingus, fellatio, Kama Sutra sexual positions, and the many and varied delights of erotica and pornography will most certainly and emphatically not be discussed.

That’s because the city school district sex police authorities are not interested in sharing useful knowledge about the positive aspects of sexual activity with students; they only want to teach the negative points; to discourage sexual activities altogether if possible, and failing that, to scare the living daylights out of children by over emphasizing how “risky” and “dangerous” this perfectly normal human activity is.

Of course, it will all be to no avail; the kids will learn what they want to know about sex anyway the way all kids have done since time immemorial; from their parents, peers, older siblings, popular culture, and experimenting on their own. That is as it should be in a free society. The government has no business “educating” kids about sex, aside from basic health information topics.

According to the latest figures from the U.S. Census Bureau, the state of New York spent $18,126 in education costs per student in the year 2009, a sum which is above the national average by far. Yet 38 percent of New York schools fell short of the educational goals set under federal education laws -- far below the national average.

Instead of teaching kids how to put on a condom, they should be teaching them how to read. Then they would have the skills necessary to decipher the instructions on the package to find out on their own how to use condoms.