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Monday, June 29, 2009

Elementary School Exposes Children to Perversion; Chicago Tribune First Reports, then, Covers Up School Involvement


Photo:Nettelhorst Elementary School parent Amy Goodman prepares a wagon for the 40th annual Pride Parade with daughter Sadie Blade, 3, while son Ben Blade, 6, plays in their home.
(Tribune photo by Phil Velasquez / June 24, 2009)

"The black metal fence in front of Nettelhorst Elementary School is obscured by thousands of strips of dyed fabric -- yellows giving way to greens, then blues, purples and reds -- each one tied on by the small hands of a student.

The ruffled, waist-high rainbow is a symbol of the school's solidarity with its east Lakeview community, and a sign hanging by the gate trumpets that Nettelhorst this year "will be the first Chicago public school to march in the city's gay pride parade."

'We believe family means everybody,' the sign reads,"

reported the Chicago Tribune June 25, 2009 in their article Titled:
Chicago School to March in Pride Parade

After getting wind of this article, OneNewsNow tried contacting the Nettlehorst Elementary School principle, Cindy Wulbert, to request an interview.

"The school does not endorse the gay pride parade; neither is it participating in the event," said the voice on the other end of the phone--relaying that the principle was "unavailable."

She also told OneNewsNow that some of the parents of students were participating in the event with their children but that, again, the school is not supporting that effort. When asked about the strips of fabric, "they do not exist," she lied to OneNewsNow.

Well, low and behold, the school did in fact endorse, promote, & "float" in the depraved event yesterday.

Contrary to their original article from June 25, today (June 29), The Chicago Tribune duplicitously writes,
"For the first time, a coalition of parents -- gay, straight and lesbian -- from a Chicago public school. Nettelhorst Elementary School parents marched near the front of the parade, leaving behind a wave of bubbles. One kid-filled wagon was topped with a sign that read:
"School is out and so are my dads."

UNBELIEVABLE!!!!

However, the Chicago Sun truthfully reports, "Nettelhorst Elementary School were the first grade school to march."

"How depraved does the behavior have to become to which our public schools expose children," asks Laurie Higgins of The Illinois Family Institute, who also got nowhere when she called the school to inquire, "if the small children had tied the thousands of strips on the fence during school time."

"Have Nettlehorst administrators and teachers read, studied, and thought deeply about the nature and morality of homosexuality? No public school educator in their professional capacity has any right to espouse, affirm, endorse, promote, or support either explicitly or implicitly any position on the nature and morality of homosexuality. To espouse, affirm, endorse, promote, or support any position on the nature and morality of homosexuality stands way outside the purview of their jobs and way outside their professional expertise," says Ms. Higgins.

Having been to a "gay pride" parade, I have witnessed with my own eyes precisely what goes on: Public nudity, flamboyant sexual acts, and just flat out perversion. Oh yes, they like to use this public opportunity to show just how "out & proud" they are, no matter who the audience.

Unquestionably, it is NOT the place to bring young children to promote the "gay" agenda. The Parents, teachers and all involved in this scandalous decision ought to be utterly ashamed of themselves.

The exploitation of public education to promote & endorse such behavior is twisted & sick. Consider this a "crystal ball" experience--a glimpse of what's to come in the very near future to public schools near you.

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