“You’re Prince Henry,” said the teacher. “You’re going to tell Thomas why it’s a brilliant idea for him to marry you.”
This instruction was given to a class of six-year-olds, as they were told to write same-sex love letters, according to a BBC video. The indoctrination occurred in a British school, but it’s a glimpse into America’s future — that is, if the sexual devolutionaries continue to hold sway.
The video is found at BBC Radio Manchester’s Facebook page and bears the title “Primary School Teaches Pupils About LGBT Relationships.” The institution is Warrington’s Bewsey Lodge Primary School, according to headteacher Emma Wright, posting at the BBC Facebook page. It’s in the region of Cheshire, England.
Or is it the Twilight Zone? Read what the BBC video relates and judge for yourself.
It opens with a female teacher instructing the six-year-olds, “You’re Prince Henry; you’re going to tell Thomas why it’s a brilliant idea for him to marry you.”
Subtitles then read:
This school teaches children about LGBT relationships from an early age. This class of 6 year olds is learning about gay marriage. In this fairy tale, the prince wants to marry his servant. And the children are writing a love letter. The school has no boy or girl uniforms. And all ages take part in LGBT lessons.
The teacher then explains to the BBC, “They’re going to go out into that world and find this diversity around them, and they’ll find that at a young age as well.”
“And the more they can be accepting at this age, you’re not going to face it further on because the children will be accepting now and will be accepting this diversity around them” (video below), the woman continued, with a self-satisfied smile on her face.
Six year old school kids taught to write same-sex love letters pic.twitter.com/UmBrNORwfv— Ismail Royer (@IsmailRoyer) September 27, 2018
The teacher’s comments reflect typical shallow modernist “thinking.” Homosexuality is not “diversity” but represents only a small part of it. Diversity is diversity because it involves a variety of different, unlike things. And does something’s status as part of “diversity” — that is, its mere fact of existence — mean it should be accepted?
Diversity tells us nothing about quality. “Marrying” animals (which some people claim to have done) is part of diversity. So are murder and murderers, rape and rapists, and lies and liars. So whether or not “LGBT” should be accepted — which is a moral debate — “diversity” has nothing to do with it. “Diversity!” a physical reality, is not a moral argument.
Moreover, does Bewsey Lodge teach acceptance of the diversity of Christians and others who consider homosexual behavior sinful?
In reality, there’s no diversity reflected in the school’s LGBT teaching: It’s all one specific message. Just consider the Bewsey Lodge video below, featuring young pupils and created last year:
Then there’s a video from this year, touting the school’s LGBT indoctrination (interestingly, the boys and girls in it are dressed differently):
Don’t expect anything to change at Bewsey, however, if the BBC Facebook comments are any indication. Virtually all of the hundreds posted are supportive of the school, and many display toward the few dissenters the “tolerance” you’d expect (to paraphrase, “Those disagreeing are over 50 and will be dead soon, so don’t worry”).
Additionally, the headteacher tells us in a long Facebook response that what they “are trying to achieve is a culture of acceptance and respect.” This is self-delusion. Acceptance of and respect for what? Certainly not anything opposing leftism.
Wright also says she wants children to leave her indoctrination center with “enough information to make their own informed choices,” but it’s clear what she wants those choices to be. As she writes:
I would challenge anyone who doubts the power of what we are trying to do around lgbt+ to come and talk to some of our little people. They could tell you about respect and how, if you want to wear a skirt for school and you’re a boy, it’s fine, if you have 2 mums or 2 dads as long as you’re loved it’s cool and there’s no such thing as boy’s and girl’s stuff it’s just — whatever!
Whatever — as long as it falls within the narrow range of politically correct (un)thought.
The philosophy expressed above is as childish as the writing. As G.K. Chesterton put it, “In truth, there are only two kinds of people; those who accept dogma and know it, and those who accept dogma and don't know it.”
Wright and her wrong fellow travelers don’t know it. If they realized they had dogmas and drew lines as does everyone else, we could perhaps have an intelligent discussion about what our dogmas should be. But this can’t happen when people, living unexamined lives, delude themselves and fancy they’re unquestionably right because they’re “inclusive,” “respectful,” “nonjudgmental,” and “tolerant.” Of course, these sexual devolutionaries exhibit those behaviors no more — and often quite a bit less —than those they condemn as bigots.
Interestingly, “diversity” is partially derived from an Old French word, one of whose meanings was "wickedness, perversity.” Speaking of which, communist political activist Willi Münzenberg is reputed to have said, “We will make the West so corrupt that it stinks.” Well, Willi, old boy, you and your diverse crowd sure did pull that one off.
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