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    ADL's New 'Trojan Horse' Hate Bill
    Political Correctness; Posted on: 2009-01-15 09:24:26 [ Printer friendly / Instant flyer ]
    ADL Expands Gay Education for Teachers

    By Rev. Ted Pike

    The Anti-Defamation League, architect of hate laws worldwide, has served up two hate bills to Congress this term. These include a condensed version of the same one that failed to pass over the past ten years, "The David Ray Hate Crimes Prevention Act." Reintroduction of the familiar bill was no surprise, as it had been rejected five times.

    The big news is emergence of a different sounding hate bill, a seemingly harmless version with ostensibly humanitarian, not punitive, ambitions. This is the David Ray Ritcheson Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009, H.R. 262. It is classic "Trojan horse" legislation, attempting to charm wary legislators into making America a hate crimes bureaucracy.

    H.R. 262 wants to establish a federal hate crime "clearinghouse" or "resource" center and database. Through a website and 24-hour hotline, it will receive hate crime complaints nationwide. "Anti-bias" pro-homosexual education will pervade every level of American schooling, from kindergarten to graduate school. It will "prevent" hate crime through an extensive curricula dedicated to eliminating those "seed ideas" which cause hate crimes, i.e., Christian disapproval of homosexuality. Such reeducation will be enforced upon students, teachers, professors, and administrators everywhere. Price tag: $10,000,000 annually.

    Who will administer this new hate crime bureaucracy? H.R. 262 says that, although Congress will make it law, it won’t be run by the government. Instead, the bill says the government will be looking for a private non-profit organization with broad experience in hate crimes education, prevention, and statistics gathering.

    Where might such a high-minded, illustrious, and experienced organization be found? You guessed it. There's only one "civil liberties" group remotely equal to that task, the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.

    News Source: National Prayer Network


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