14 August, 2008

ADL Expands Pro-Gay Education for Teachers

Posted by Socrates in ADL, Socrates, Ted Pike at 2:33 pm | Permanent Link

by Rev. Ted Pike: [Here].


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  7. 9 Responses to “ADL Expands Pro-Gay Education for Teachers”

    1. Poindexter McCool Says:

      I read somewhere that teachers were the lowest IQ’d profession but I can’t find a reference for it.

    2. Heinrich Himmler Jr. Says:

      The System doesn’t want smart, competent teachers, they want people who are willing to promote the pro-homo, Jew, Negro, non-White, world government line to your kids. They want indoctrinators, not educators. No wonder kids today can’t think critically. Nor do they have any sense of loyalty to anything other than their favorite niggerball team or brand of soft drink. It’s all part of the plan to make White people into nothing more than rootless cosmopolitans and docile consumers.

    3. John Says:

      Kikes and fags are natural allies in the war against whites.

    4. Jim Says:

      The jews are behind EVERYTHING that has destroyed the healthy White society that we had sixty years ago. Whether it is homosexuality, feminism, nigger rock ‘n roll, race mixing, selfish consumerism; in fact everything base and degenerate. And then the kikes have the chutzpah to label any opposition to their evil as “hate”.

    5. Christards Are Annoying Says:

      I notice Reverend Ted is a promoter of the bogus khazar theory and the good jew/bad jew dichotomy.

      Acceptance of these two things appears to be nearly universal among christards who understand the true nature of the jew.

      Perhaps it’s their way of dodging the anti-semite label.

      Or perhaps it’s their way of hinting that even if jeebus was a jew (something they usually deny), he was one of the good ones.

    6. Heinrich Himmler Jr. Says:

      I agree with everything you wrote, Mr. Christard. This baloney about “Khazar Jews” and “real Jews” is JUNK ANTHROPOLOGY, just like that Adamic Race/Ten Lost Tribes of Israel jive that Christian Identity types believe. Some Jews have Oriental features, some have Negroid features or even a little Caucasoid in them, but so what? They’re all Jews and they all think and act like Jews. Some Negroes have green eyes or light skin or red afros or even freckles but they’re all still Negroes, right?

    7. ANDREI YUSTSCHINSKY Says:

      For Immediate Release
      August 28, 2003

      COPS AWARDS POLICE TRAINING GRANT TO ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE / U.S. HOLOCAUST® MEMORIAL MUSEUM PROGRAM
      Program funded by grant draws on negative lessons from Holocaust® to train police

      The U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) announced a $100 thousand grant to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to support a joint ADL/United States Holocaust® Memorial Museum program, Law Enforcement and Society: Lessons of the Holocaust®.

      The training program draws on lessons learned from the Holocaust® to challenge law enforcement officers to examine their relationship with the public, and explores issues related to the personal responsibility of officers to administer their authority in an ethical manner. Law Enforcement and Society: Lessons of the Holocaust® also encourages officers to see themselves as defenders of the Constitution and guardians against a repeat of the horrors of the Holocaust®.

      The training program was conceived when Washington, D.C. Police Chief Charles H. Ramsey visited the Holocaust® Museum in 1998. Deeply impacted by what he saw, he asked the ADL and the Museum to develop a training program for his officers. Since that time, the program has become a required training component for nine Washington area law enforcement agencies, a mandatory part of training for all new FBI agents, and has trained more than 14,000 officers.

      “Community policing is based, in part, on law enforcement officers understanding the cultural norms and needs of the specific communities they protect, and serving the citizens of those communities in an unbiased manner,” said Carl R. Peed, COPS Director. “This program reinforces these professional values, and can be of great benefit to law enforcement agencies.”

      The COPS Office is a federal agency responsible for advancing community policing nationwide and supporting state and local law enforcement agencies. Since 1995, COPS has invested $9.6 billion to advance community policing, including nearly 32,000 grants awarded to almost 13,000 state and local law enforcement agencies to hire more than 116,000 officers.

      For detailed information about COPS, visit http://www.cops.usdoj.gov.

    8. ajiarcher Says:

      Is there any facet of our life these lousy shit jews are not involved in? When is the “average” American going to wake up to the fact that their control over us is total?

    9. ANDREI YUSTSCHINSKY Says:

      California Top Court: Doctors Cannot Withhold Care From Gays
      Monday , August 18, 2008

      SAN FRANCISCO —

      California’s highest court on Monday barred doctors from invoking their religious beliefs as a reason to deny treatment to gays and lesbians, ruling that state law prohibiting sexual orientation discrimination extends to the medical profession.

      The ruling was unanimous and a succinct 18 pages, a contrast to the state Supreme Court’s 4-3 schism in May legalizing gay marriage.

      Justice Joyce Kennard wrote in the ruling that two Christian fertility doctors who refused to artificially inseminate a lesbian have neither a free speech right nor a religious exemption from the state’s law, which “imposes on business establishments certain antidiscrimination obligations.”

      In the lawsuit that led to the ruling, Guadalupe Benitez, 36, of Oceanside said that the doctors treated her with fertility drugs and instructed her how to inseminate herself at home but told her their beliefs prevented them from inseminating her. One of the doctors referred her to another fertility specialist without moral objections and Benitez has since given birth to three children.

      Nevertheless, Benitez in 2001 sued the Vista-based North Coast Women’s Care Medical Group. She and her lawyers successfully argued that a state law prohibiting businesses from discriminating based on sexual orientation applies to doctors.

      The law was originally designed to prevent hotels, restaurants and other public services from refusing to serve patrons because of their race. The Legislature has since expanded it to cover characteristics such as age and sexual orientation.

      “It was an awful thing to go through,” Benitez said. “It was very painful — the fact that you have someone telling you they will not help you because of who you are, that they will deny your right to be a mother and have a family.”

      Benitez has given birth to three children through artificial insemination — Gabriel, 6, and twin daughters, Sophia and Shane, who turn 3 this weekend. She is raising them in Oceanside with her longtime partner, Joanne Clark.

      Jennifer Pizer, Benitez’s attorney, said the ruling was “a victory for public health” and that she expected it to have nationwide influence.

      “It was clear and emphatic that discrimination has no place in doctors’ offices,” Pizer said.

      Robert Tyler, one of the lawyers representing the clinic, said the ruling advanced the Supreme Court’s “radical agenda” and would help the campaign supporting November’s Proposition 8, which seeks to once again ban gay marriage in California.

      “The Supreme Court’s desire to promote the homosexual lifestyle at the risk of infringing upon the First Amendment right to free exercise of religion is what the public needs to learn about,” said Tyler, who leads the nonprofit Advocates for Faith and Freedom in Murrieta, Calif. “This case will have a direct impact and cause people and look very favorably at Proposition 8.”

      The Supreme Court did order a trial court to consider whether the Christian doctors were allowed to refuse inseminating Benitez because she was unmarried. The Legislature in 2006 amended the law to bar discrimination based on marital status, but it’s unclear whether the doctors could legally withhold treatment in 2000.

      The case drew numerous friends of the court briefs from a wide variety of religious organizations, medical groups and gay civil rights organizations.

      The American Civil Rights Union supported the Christian doctors, siding with the Islamic Medical Association of North America, the Christian Medical & Dental Associations and anti-abortion groups.

      The California Medical Association reversed its early support of the Christian doctors after receiving a barrage of criticism from the gay rights community, joining health care provider Kaiser Foundation Health Plan to oppose the Christian doctors.

      The American Civil Liberties Union, California Attorney General Jerry Brown, the National Health Law Program and the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association filed papers backing Benitez.

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