The November 3 Vote What will America look like after November 3?
Will it be our last?
The choice is yours.
If the Loudoun County School Board's "Equity" agenda (found HERE and HERE and HERE) are not reason enough to vote and vote in defense of Life on November 3, it is difficult to imagine what it will take to rouse 40-million Evangelicals who typically do not vote (Barna) from spiritual ignorance and apathy. There is a reason Divine judgment begins at the House of God (see Amos 3:7, 1 Peter 4:17). In light of the baleful consequences of recent elections, can a failure to vote, or worse, vote contra-unborn life, be regarded a trivial omission?
If on Judgment Day men will account for every idle word they have spoken (Matthew 12:36), is it reasonable to assume that obviating one's sacred duty to vote, or a Shepherd's sacred obligation to lead his flock into and within the voting booth will escape scrutiny? Nature and reason serve us well in this regard. Pastors who obviate their sacred duty to shepherd their flocks into and within the voting booth, which would be to the benefit of the Christ's body and its mission, will undergo more austere scrutiny on that great and terrible day. If America is lost on November 3, it will be the fault of those who did not vote. Bonhoeffer's maxim is apropos here:
"Silence in the face of evil is itself evil; God will not hold us guiltless; Not to speak is to speak; Not to act is to act." —Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Because one's vote is a statement of one's values, Bonhoeffer's maxim applies as much to one's vote, as it does to silence in the face of evil (abortion).
Silence (not voting) in the face of evil (abortion) is itself evil; God will not hold us guiltless; Not to vote is to vote; Not to act is to act.
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Schooling for Totalitarianism
Loudoun County Public School Children to be Indoctrinated in Marxist "Critical Race Theory" Any dissent public or private to result in immediate dismissal. Employees directed to rat out dissenters.
Ibram X. Kendi's theories of 'antiracism' are partly driving Loudoun County's rush to soft totalitarianism (CBS This Morning)
Here's a story about why voting for Donald Trump will not stop 'wokeness' — and through no fault of Trump's.
Thursday October 15, 2020 4:00 PM Eastern/ (3:00 PM Central) Dr. Andy Wakefield & Lori Martin Gregory "1986: The Act"
CORONAVIRUS AND THE MANDATORY VACCINE JUGGERNAUGHT
Education policy is set primarily by state and local leaders. This is, in my conservative view, a good thing. What works for students in Brooklyn might not be right for students in Tyler, Texas. The people whose kids are going to have to live with their decisions should be the one's closest to making those decisions.
This is why, though, Trump (and any president) is largely powerless to stop wokeness at the institutional level.
Over the weekend I had a conversation with a reader who works in an educational institution, and who is in hot water because he voiced opposition on social media to Critical Race Theory. Good thing that teacher doesn't work for Loudoun County (VA) Public Schools, which serve children in Virginia's wealthiest county. If the school board adopts a proposal coming up for consideration at its October 13 meeting,no employee of the system will be allowed to criticize CRT ever, not even in private — and employees will be required to snitch on each other. You think I'm kidding? I am not kidding. Read more:
The proposed change would cover all communication by Loudoun County Schools' employees, on campus or off, by telephone, in person or on social media.
According to the draft policy, employee speech that "will not be tolerated " includes anything that district leaders believe could be perceived as "undermining the views, positions, goals, policies or public statements" of Schools Superintendent Eric Williams or the school board.
These comments could "disrupt the operations or efficiency of LCPS," the policy argues.
Per the policy, LCPS employees would have a "duty to report" their colleagues alleged free speech violations to the school administration.
The policy acknowledges that employees have a "First Amendment right to engage in protected speech" but says it "may be outweighed" by LCPS interest in "promoting internal and external community harmony and peace" and achieving Williams' "directives, including protected class equity, racial equity, and the goal to root out systemic racism."
Here are the key lines:
Any Comments or actions that are not in alignment with the school division's commitment to action-oriented equity practices, and which impact an individual's ability to perform their job responsibilities or create a breach in the trust bestowed upon them as an employee of the school division. This includes on-campus and off-campus speech, social media posts, and any other telephonic or electronic communication.
Notice that the words "Critical Race Theory" do not appear in the draft policy. They don't have to. Here is the Loudoun County School system's "Detailed Plan To Combat Systemic Racism" — which, of course, is based in part on the work of Ibram X. Kendi, the "antiracist" guru who teaches that anything that is not "antiracist" (in his definition) is therefore positively racist. And here is the "Comprehensive Equity Plan".
Very little of this is straightforwardly presented. A parent who didn't understand the jargon would have no idea what is actually being proposed for a vote. Reading this, it would even be possible to think, like debate moderator Chris Wallace and Democratic candidate Joe Biden, that this is only about "racial sensitivity training." In fact, it's about something far more radical — and the policy will include firing people who publicly disagree with it in any way, ever.
If you follow those links and dig deep into the bureaucratese, you'll find that the "Equity" plan involves manipulating passing grades and school suspension rates to achieve "equity" — that is, to reward or punish people based not on their conduct and accomplishments, but on their race and ethnicity. Equality means giving everyone an equal chance; equity means guaranteeing an equal outcome, or at least a demographically proportional outcome. Look:
This is bureaucratic woke speak for "we're going to indoctrinate your children in left-wing identity politics." And look at this:
If your kid goes to a church that is not progressive and LGBT-affirming, she better shut up about her religious views at school, or she will be expelled. If you kid won't consent to calling a trans student by that student's preferred pronoun, that could be the end of him at Loudoun County public schools. Anything that the left identifies as a manifestation of "white supremacy" — and these days, what isn't? — makes students who hold it targets of the system. What if a high school student believes that on balance, Robert E. Lee was a noble, if tragic, figure, and said so in a history class? He would have to fear that Loudoun County public schools, in the state of Virginia, would punish him as a white supremacist.
All throughout the Loudoun County Public Schools documents they talk of "equity" without ever defining it. People not familiar with the way the woke use this word might think of it as neutral, or even positive. Wrong. James Lindsay, in his invaluable Translations From The Wokish dictionary, writes in part:
Notice that, in Critical Social Justice, the meaning of "equity" takes pains to distinguish itself from that of "equality." Where equality means that citizen A and citizen B are treated equally, equity means "adjusting shares in order to make citizens A and B equal." In that sense, equity is something like a kind of "social communism," if we will—the intentional redistribution of shares, but not necessarily along lines of existing economic disparity but in order to adjust for and correct current and historical injustices, both as exist in reality and as have been drawn out by the various critical theories, specifically, Theory—see also, critical race Theory, queer Theory, gender studies, fat studies, disability studies, and postcolonial Theory).
Our October 15 webinar will feature Dr. Andy Wakefield and Lori Martin Gregory who will discuss some of the alarming findings revealed in "1986: The Act," a damning expose on the vaccine industry and plans to make a Coronavirus mandatory. There will be a screening of "1986: The Act" on Friday, October 10 in Fairfax, Virginia, from 5:00 to 9:00 PM EDT. The specific location will be shared only with ticket holders via email 24 hours prior to the event. As one who attended a viewing of the movie last week in Ocala, Florida, I can say if you have the least concern about vaccinations, If you have a chance to see the movie in your area, do not miss it!
The film "1986:The Act" blows the cover off of the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA) which provided pharmaceutical companies with immunity from prosecution for injuries caused by any vaccines on CDC recommended childhood schedule.
The film follows a husband and wife team, expecting their first born, on a journey of discovery as they research safety & efficacy profiles of immunizations and the events leading up to and following the 1986 NCVIA. They are shocked at what they uncover, and you will be too!
As a doctor in London during the 80's, producer Andy J. Wakefield, was a pioneer in the study of the gut/brain connection in modern medicine. After publishing hundreds of clinical studies with renown, he was caught at the center of controversy when his 1997 Lancet study suggested that further scientific review should be performed on the safety of MMR, based on his investigations into the link between unusual patterns of measles exposure and inflammatory bowel disease. He became the victim of a relentless smear campaign and as a result no longer practices medicine. He has since dedicated his life to researching and educating the world on his discoveries.
With an extensive background as a business consultant in entertainment and investor relations, Lori Martin Gregory is the CEO of 7th Chakra Films and Producer of "1986: The Act." She holds degrees in Journalism & Broadcasting from MSU, Denver and a MBA from Boston University. Gregory combines the unique past experiences as both producer and marketer in Los Angeles entertainment industry, with healthcare strategist and advisor, science, and political policy making. She is passionate about truth and transparency in science, and began publishing The Mom Street Journal in 2008.
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