The Liberal and Anti-American Common Core to teach Kindergarteners about Sluts, Gang Bangs and More

via Bretibart:

The New York State Education Department (NYSED) site contained a section called “Make test prep fun,” which directed students to a site with quizzes that help them find out if they are a “sexy bitch,” “evil,” a “freak,” “insane,” etc.

Scrolling down and right on the page, students could also click on the links to take quizzes that would help them find out if they are “sluts,” or “losers.”

Questions on the “Are you a slut?” test include:

How many sexual partners have you had?
Would you have a threesome or a gang bang?
Are you often called a slut?
Have you ever let a boy hump you or grind on you in your younger years?
Have you ever messed around with brothers, cousins, or some other people related somehow?
What type of sex do you enjoy/prefer?

Students who wish to find out if they are a “loser” must answer these questions:

Are you a virgin?
Do you pay to talk to hot girls, and or pay for any female interaction?
How many times per day do you jerk your dick to porn/female pictures?
When did you last have sex?
How much is in your savings and checking?
What’s the average size of your dick?
How much time do you spend on femdom sites per day?
Do you cross dress?

George Bernard Shaw: The Progressive And Evil Thinking That Freedom Loving Americans Are Fighting Against-Repost

GBS is a truly evil man who so many of the progressives look up to.

If this video does not scare you, I do not know what will. These are the real death panels that progressives want to implement in America and around the world.

This is the type of thinking freedom loving Americans are fighting against. It is truly a battle of good vs evil. Those who want government to control the lives of everyone, and ultimately the death of all, are evil people. There is no other way to describe totalitarians, but as evil.

–C. Lewis

“You Can’t Ban Evil”

‘Villain of Year’ arises from ‘evil’ day in Connecticut

The act took only minutes to carry out, but out of it arose the “WND Villain of Year” for 2012, Adam Lanza.

His shooting attack in Newtown, Conn., claimed the life of his mother along with five adults and 20 children at an elementary school. While the analysis likely will continue for years, several prominent leaders deduced the problem in seconds.

“All I can say is this was pure evil,” said longtime evangelist and prolific author Greg Laurie. “The heartlessness and wickedness of this man that did the shooting is really unimaginable.”

Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy was of a similar mind, stating, “Evil visited this community today.”

The deaths make the attack by Lanza, described as a loner and possibly mentally troubled, the second-worst school shooting in American history. The attack trailed the Virginia Tech slaughter in 2007 in which Seung-Hui Cho, described on a memorial website for the victims as a “sick, evil loser,” killed 32 people, injured 29 and then, like Lanza, killed himself.

The Newtown massacre was worse than the 1996 Dunblane, Scotland, attack in which Thomas Hamilton shot and killed 16 children and one teacher at a primary school before killing himself.

Like Newtown, the victims mostly were ages 5 or 6.

Lanza topped other candidates for the “Villain” designation for 2012, including Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and American leftist George Soros.

Many of the “why” questions regarding Lanza’s decision to get up in the morning last week, kill his mother, then drive to the nearby elementary school and start destroying lives likely never will be answered adequately.

Read more here.

America Has A Crazy Problem, Not A Gun Problem

Could the nation’s mental health services be improved in the wake of the Connecticut school shooting?

Families and doctors who treat the mentally ill say they hope that Friday’s tragedy in Newtown, Conn., will refocus the nation’s attention on improving mental health services.

Police have not yet released details about the motives or mental state of shooter Adam Lanza. But the perpetrators of similar mass murders — at Virginia Tech, Northern Illinois University and a Tucson gathering for Rep. Gabby Giffords, for example — all suffered from serious mental health conditions.

“We wait for things like this to happen and then everyone talks about mental health,” says Priscilla Dass-Brailsford, an associate professor of psychology in the psychiatry department at Georgetown University Medical Center. “But they quickly forget.”

There are hundreds of multiple-casualty shootings every year, says forensic psychologist Dewey Cornell, director of the Virginia Youth Violence Project. People have become so desensitized to the horror, however, that they pay no attention.

Read more here.

Obama Politicizes Connecticut Shooting

Obama, Hitler and Evil vs Good People

“His Primary rules were: never allow the public to cool off; never admit a fault or wrong; never concede that there may be some good in your enemy; never leave room for alternatives; never accept blame; concentrate on one enemy at a time and blame him for everything that goes wrong; people will believe a big lie sooner than a little one; and if you repeat it frequently enough people will sooner or later believe it.”

Sounds like an excerpt from the Obama playbook, right? Or maybe Saul Alinsky? No, this text comes from an analysis of Adolf Hitler’s strategies and use of the “Big Lie” to manipulate and control the masses, as prepared by the United States Office of Strategic Services.

It’s interesting how history cycles around to the same old thing, over and over. Ecclesiastes 1:9 reads: “What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.” Ominous words that are sadly true — a warning that mankind continuously fails to heed.

Historically, societies have good people and bad. The good people tend to live their lives with good intentions to stay informed, be involved in the community, heed their belief system, behave in a moral way, raise their children to be good people, and work hard. They innocently get swept up in the assumption that everyone else is also, basically good. So, they overlook the evil that encroaches upon their society in dribs and drabs. They look the other way, they make excuses for the bad behavior of others, maybe even taking blame for being the cause of the bad behavior — all because of their internal belief that everyone wants the same things they want, and believe the same things they believe.

But eventually, and out of nowhere, evil takes command of the society. The good people finally see the evil that has been there the whole time. While evil was still powerless, the good people did not see it, or did not want to see it, so they were blind. Perhaps they could not see it because they did not know what it looked like, smelled like, or sounded like.

Evil is silent. It sneaks up in the night, gaining footholds one drib at a time; one drab at a time. While the good people sleep, it sets a trap for its prey. When morning comes and the people awaken, they find themselves impossibly ensnared by the power of the beast, as it rains terror down upon the land, with full abandon.

How does evil do this, time and again? Evil studies history. It analyzes previous evil doing, making note of what worked, as well as what didn’t work. It uses the playbook of any and all evil which came before it, adding new dialogue and vocabulary, simply to be current with the times — progress. The core of the playbook remains intact throughout time: agitate the poor; create division among the people (through race-baiting, anti-Semitism, anti-Capitalism, anti-Tea Party, anti-whatever); find weaknesses in the good people through their emotions — such as guilt, anger, jealousy, covetousness, fear, confusion — and then exploit them; and finally, incorporate the Big Lie about anything and everything that is necessary to manipulate and dupe the good people. Finally, the good people have been groomed and prepared for the evil that will sink its lethal talons into the society, intending to never let go.

As the historical cycle goes, the good people don’t stand a chance for they don’t study history with the same rigor and attention to detail. Good people learn the stories of evil historical events, such as the Holocaust, with the focus on the horrible outcome. What they learn from the personal stories, the destruction of lives, and the devastating aftermath, is what evil looks like in its death. This is important, to be sure, but much more than that is required if they are to truly learn from history in order to avoid repetition. Good people must study the events that led to the horror with greater scrutiny. They must learn what evil looks like at its birth. What gets lost in the message of history is how, nearly always, good people were duped into complicity and cooperation, with and by, evil. Only if history is analyzed in such a way to determine what the silent evil looks like, and how it draws the good people to its side, will societies avoid allowing the evil to rise, again. And it always rises again.

Evil studies and analyzes history so adeptly that each time it resurfaces it is able to advance more quickly and more powerfully than before, simply because it has learned from history. Good people must then do the same. They must be sure their children learn history — the causes as well as the effects. If they aren’t learning it in school, then it is up to the good parents to teach them. If they don’t, they may find themselves like the good people of Germany — duped, complicit, and guilty.

What Is Agenda 21?

Most of my energy has been focused on domestic issues in our fight to restore our country back to its original values. I have heard Agenda 21 mentioned in many forums including Facebook and Twitter, but I have not paid much attention to what this nefarious plan means to the future of America. To be frank, many of the people who I hear mentioning Agenda 21 follow up comments with references to the Bilderbergs, CFR and Illuminati, which automatically turns me off. But as I peel back the layers of this onion, I find that this plan is anything but a conspiracy.

Agenda 21 made its public debut in Rio back in 1992 at The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) or the Earth Summit and more than 178 nations adopted the plan including the United States. Agenda 21 states that it ”is a comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations of the United Nations System, Governments, and Major Groups in every area in which humans impact on the environment.” To further secure the implementation of UNCED, the United Nations developed the Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD) in December 1992. The use of the word sustainable should send chills down your spine when you think about the fact that Obama has chosen Eugenicists as members of his cabinet and that much of the world, particularly the Communist Chinese, believe that the earth is becoming overpopulated. CSD was ”to monitor and report on implementation of the agreements at the local, national, regional and international levels.” The goals of Agenda 21 were reaffirmed in Johannesburg in 2002.

Barack Obama declares on a regular basis that everyone needs to be on “fair” footing, that everyone needs to have shared sacrifice and that we need to bring about shared prosperity and spread the wealth. This ideology is a core goal of Agenda 21. This section of the document details combating poverty and states:

3.1. Poverty is a complex multidimensional problem with origins in both the national and international domains. No uniform solution can be found for global application. Rather, country-specific programmes to tackle poverty and international efforts supporting national efforts, as well as the parallel process of creating a supportive international environment, are crucial for a solution to this problem. The eradication of poverty and hunger, greater equity in income distribution and human resource development remain major challenges everywhere. The struggle against poverty is the shared responsibility of all countries.

It would be easy to relegate Agenda 21 to a powerless United Nations’ resolution. Easy, if not for the fact that Agenda 21 has slowly been implemented right here in America and right here in the state of Florida where I live. The United States signed onto Agenda 21, but it was never ratified by Congress. One reason why I abhor Executive Orders is that it gives the President power never intended by the Constitution. It allows the President to subvert Congress and erases checks and balances. President Bill Clinton went forward with the plans first laid out by President George H. Bush by signing Executive Order 12852 in 1993, The President’s Council on Sustainable Development (PCSD).

Read more here.

Norway Suspect Borrowed From Unabomber’s Manifesto

Parts of the manifesto written by the suspect in Norway’s terrorist attack were taken almost word for word from the writings of “Unabomber” Ted Kaczynski.

The passages copied by Anders Behring Breivik appear in the first few pages of Kaczynski’s manifesto. Breivik changed a Kaczynski screed on leftism and what he considered to be leftists’ “feelings of inferiority” — mainly by substituting the words “multiculturalism” or “cultural Marxism” for “leftism.”

For instance, Kaczynski wrote: “One of the most widespread manifestations of the craziness of our world is leftism, so a discussion of the psychology of leftism can serve as an introduction to the discussion of the problems of modern society in general.”

Breivik’s manifesto reads: “One of the most widespread manifestations of the craziness of our world is multiculturalism, so a discussion of the psychology of multiculturalists can serve as an introduction to the discussion of the problems of Western Europe in general.”

Breivik did not cite Kaczynski, though he did for many other people whose writings he used in his 1,500-page manifesto.

He used at least one portion verbatim: “Feminists are desperately anxious to prove that women are as strong and capable as men. Clearly they are nagged by a fear that women may NOT be as strong and as capable as men.”

Breivik is accused of killing at least 93 people Friday by setting off an explosion in downtown Oslo and then gunning down young campers on a nearby island. Kaczynski is serving a life sentence in federal prison in Colorado for mail bombs that killed three people and injured 23 others across the U.S. from the 1970s to the 1990s.

Former FBI Agent Terry Turchie, who supervised the federal task force to capture the Unabomber, said Sunday that he saw similarities between the two men.

“They seem to have this anger, the loner aspect, this desire to look back at the way things were and think of themselves as self-reliant,” said Turchie, who wrote “Hunting the American Terrorist: The FBI’s War on Homegrown Terror” in 2007.

“The real problem is these loners are much more difficult to find and prevent from killing people than other kinds of terrorists,” he said.