Today, Life Dynamics has published a report on how dozens of pro-lifers are picketing the NEA Teacher’s Union Convention to expose their support of abortion.
I am republishing a portion of their report, but, I want to camp on the part where the NEA seems concerned about minority pregnancies.
According to Bob Pawson, director of Pro-Life Educators of America, who heads up the annual campaign, pro-Life teachers, parents, and students from the greater Orlando area hope to educate the 10,000 delegates about the NEA’s stand on abortion as they arrive for the National Education Association’s annual convention in Orlando.
“This demonstration is somewhat unique,” said Pawson.
“Usually, NEA itself does the picketing— presenting demands in front of schools or school board buildings in towns across America. This time, NEA itself is being picketed— by children, taxpaying parents, and educators (including NEA members)— at the union’s own convention. Ironically, NEA touts itself to be the “champion” of all three constituencies.”
Pawson is calling on the National Teacher’s Association to repeal the pro-abortion policies such as Resolution I-17 (“Family Planning”).
That resolution, which uses the euphemism “reproductive freedom” another term for abortion rights, reads:
The National Education Association supports family planning, including the right to reproductive freedom. The Association urges the government to give high priority to making available all methods of family planning to women and men unable to take advantage of private facilities. The Association also urges the implementation of community-operated, school-based family planning clinics that will provide intensive counseling by trained personnel. (1985, 1986
NEA resolutions also include comprehensive sex-education including teachings on “birth control” ,”family planning”, “sexual orientation” and “gender identification.”
In addition, the teacher’s association seems very concerned about the high rate of pregnancy among the Hispanic and Black communities, something Life Dynamics addressed in their documentary film on eugenics, Maafa21:
The rest of Life Dynamics’ report can be found here.
Now for my rant….
I want to ask why, a teacher’s association is “concerned” about the “disproportionate” rate of pregnancy among minority students?
Perhaps that explains why schools have allowed Planned Parenthood, whose founder was an avowed racist, to teach “sex education” in most schools.
If the concern were strictly the student’s education, that might be one thing, but, then why would schools use a group whose sole purpose was to exterminate the races they deemed unfit to teach those same students?
Not surprisingly, Obama’s Teen Pregnancy Initiative has given millions to the abortion giant. (more on that here)
And the Healthy Teen Network which also promotes Planned Parenthood is being funded by the CDC. ( read here)
Interesting how the NEA and many of these other organizations fighting teen pregnancy promote the largest chain of abortions, Planned Parenthood.
In a separate place in their “resolutions” the NEA states their views on Genocide;
The National Education Association deplores any act of genocide, which is the deliberate and systematic eradication of members of any group based on culture, ethnicity, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, and sexual orientation/gender identification. Acts of genocide must be acknowledged and taught in order to provide insight into how such inhumanity develops, prevent its occurrence, and preclude its recurrence. (1993, 2005)
If Genocide is the deliberate and systematic eradication of members of any group based on culture and abortion is the systematic killing of unborn children- future students- which, affects the Black and Hispanic communities the greatest, why does the NEA support it?
Something is not matching up here.
In addition, the NEA’s list of resolutions state their opposition to child abuse:
The National Education Association believes that all children should be protected from the psychological and physical aspects of child abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
Saying that they want to, “Encourage the development of programs that stress the identification of, reporting procedures for,
legal responsibilities for,and techniques for dealing with abused, neglected, and exploited children.”
So, tell me, if that is really their goal, why do they bring in Planned Parenthood which has been documented by Life Dynamics to knowingly cover for sexual child rapists and pedophiles?
See that documentation here.
The NEA then claims to want to protect children from “sexual content” writing:
The National Education Association believes that children are an especially vulnerable and easily exploited audience who must be protected from exposure to violence, prejudice, sexual content, and stereotyping by mass media, the Internet, and products that are accessible to children.
This is admirable, but, why then do they invite Planned Parenthood which has a record of exposing children to all sorts of graphic sexual content?
One example of that is here.
As you can see there appears to be a deliberate agenda going on here. One that ignores all the harm and ideology of Planned Parenthood while pretending to care about children.
( note: some teacher’s unions have been in bed with Planned Parenthood since the 1940’s.)
It is time to speak out and get involved and take over the NEA and change them into an organization which values all children, all races, and eliminates sexual abuse by refusing to partner with ANYONE who hides the rape of children.