NEA Discriminates Against Christians

Posted: October 9, 2015 in Agenda 21/Sustainable Development, Education, Parental Rights

The article below is linked through to the original at it’s end. It’s important to note that the US was first in the world in education prior to the creation of the Department of Education. We were 17th the last time I checked. It’s working the way the want it to work it seems:

NEA Seeks to Strip Christians’ Religious Freedoms

Some buttons and magnets seen at the 2015 NEA Convention

The National Education Association union has long promoted special privileges for those who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning. NEA members seem thrilled about the recent decision by five Supreme Court justices who overruled state laws in favor of legalizing same-sex marriage in all states, even those where citizens voted against legalization.

In fact, on the first day of the NEA convention in Orlando, all business was halted, in accordance with Roberts Rules of Order. Union President Lily Eskelsen García called “a very special Personal Point of Privilege,” so a female delegate could ask another female delegate to marry her.

Not yet satisfied with their social justice progress, the NEA union now wants to assure that the Constitutional rights to freedom of religion, free speech, and free association are taken away from Christians. At the July union convention in Florida, delegates adopted a Board of Directors-initiated New Business Item, NBI A, which seeks to strip religious freedoms from Christians who don’t wish to participate in gay marriages. The union used pejorative wording to describe those who simply wish to back out of the equation, accusing Christians of wanting to “discriminate” against gays and lesbians. (read the rest here)

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