Kevin Jennings: Is he any less dangerous than Jerry Sandusky?
As one of the many “czars” that President Obama appointed, Kevin Jennings was given the role of “safe schools czar.” Just what he was making schools safe from, and the children who attend them, you can be the judge. His official title was Assistant Deputy Secretary for the Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools in the U.S. Department of Education, a position he held from 2009-11.
Jennings founded the Gay and Lesbian Independent School Teachers Education Network in 1990, an organization that was later renamed the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN). On its web site, GLSEN describes its mission this way: “The Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network strives to assure that each member of every school community is valued and respected regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.”
The GLSEN web site further states this about its mission, “Since homophobia and heterosexism undermine a healthy school climate, we work to educate teachers, students and the public at large about the damaging effects these forces have on youth and adults alike.”
The primary activity that GLSEN supports in the public schools is the creation and recognition of what it calls “Gay and Straight Alliances” which are student clubs at school to supports gays and lesbians. While they pose as opposing bullying of gay and lesbian students, their real agenda is about advancing the homosexual agenda in the public schools. They are very active in junior high schools and high schools. And there is very good reason for this, these schools serve students at the age at which they are most impressionable and able to be influenced by adults. That is, they are most likely to be influenced by the likes of Kevin Jennings and his activist homosexual agenda.
Jennings, a long time educator and homosexual activist, has past ties to the pedophile group North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA). The key tie is a man named Harry Hay who was involved in NAMBLA. As reported by Cliff Kincaid of Accuracy in Media, “Harry Hay, who “inspired” Obama-appointed Education Department official Kevin Jennings to lead a life of homosexual activism, was not only a supporter of the North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) but a prominent member of the Communist Party USA and “Radical Faerie” who believed in the power of the occult.”
Jennings has said he was inspired by Hay to become a homosexual activist. Jennings was also appointed, quite ironically, to the position of “czar” for Safe Schools by President Obama in 2009. Clearly, someone with the views and agenda of Kevin Jennings, and his ties to NAMBLA supporter Harry Hay, should be the LAST to be appointed a “safe schools czar” to promote this agenda in the public schools. Rush Limbaugh talked about an instance on a school campus where Jennings covered up an incidence of a child having sexual relations with an adult. That sounds like the allegations of cover-up of what Jerry Sandusky did at Penn State University. Sean Hannity also exposed Jennings and his Harry Hay and NAMBLA ties.
What is the purpose and agenda of an organization like NAMBLA and maybe that of GLSEN too? Clearly that agenda is to cover for, make acceptable, and legitimize the behavior of the likes of Harry Hay and Jerry Sandusky. One of the prominent slogans of NAMBLA is, “if you wait until eight it's too late.” They clearly advocate “sexual relations” between children and adults as well as full “sexual rights” of children. Opposition to this pedophile agenda is labeled by them as “bullying.” When we among the public stand up and call this agenda sick and call for it to not be allowed in the public schools, we are branded as “homophobic” by the homosexual advocates like Jennings.
Are these people in this movement any better than Jerry Sandusky? Okay the obvious is, that Sandusky was convicted in court of sexual abuse of children. He got caught. These “Gay and Straight Alliances” in the public schools are an elaborate ruse to protect them from being caught. For that reason, and because how widespread this agenda is in public schools across the country, the likes of Kevin Jennings are far more dangerous than Jerry Sandusky.
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