Disturbing School Assignment Is A Sign Of Things To Come

Public schools in the United States have gradually become indoctrination centers for leftist propaganda.

The LGBT agenda has been a major focus of health, science, and sexual education classes not only in our country, but abroad.

We are all aware of the global progressive agenda pushed on the youngest of children, and now we have a shocking new look into what kids in the U.K. are learning.

Bewsey Lodge Primary School in Warrington, England just released a video they were quite proud of.

The topic?  Kindergarten-aged children being forced to write “love letters” between an imaginary same-sex couple to promote “tolerance” and “diversity.”

One teacher explained the assignment by stating: “This class of 6-year-olds is learning about gay marriage. In this fairy tale, the prince wants to marry his [male] servant. And the children are writing a love letter,” as reported by The Blaze.

She believes it is important for these concepts to be introduced to children at a young age so they can be “accepting” now, and as they get older.

In other words, the government believes the propaganda must be instilled when children are young and vulnerable so they grow up thinking it is the only way to believe.

Sounds like something from a scary time in world history, right?

This frightening scenario is already well-embedded in schools in the U.K. and other parts of Europe, and we are not far from it in the U.S. by any means.

The Bewsey Lodge staff was also extremely proud of receiving the first LGBT Award for a primary school for anti-“homophobic and biphobic” education efforts.

The primary school’s curriculum is established under the PSHE program – Personal, Social, and Health Education.

And this program is implemented from “nursery to age 6,” the youngest of impressionable school children.

The Programme of Study guidelines, formed under the U.K.’s Education Act are disturbing to say the least.

The children wear “non-gender specific” uniforms and complete homework about the LGBT community and “living in the wider world.”

The PSHE guidelines also encompass “SMSC” development – Spiritual, Moral, Social, and Cultural – all with the goal of expanding understanding and acceptance of progressive “values.”

Schools setting up curricula for the year must consult the PSHE guidelines but can vary what is taught in core subjects like math and language arts according to the policies of individual schools.

But the guidelines specifically state that schools must defer to Department of Education guidance relating to “Sex and Relationships Education…it is essential that any aspect of sex and relationships education is taught within…the sex and relationships education policy.”

In other words, schools can develop curricula that best suits the needs of their students in any subject except “Sex and Relationships.”

There, the school must adhere to the guidelines that push the radical agenda of the LGBT community.

And if you think this can’t happen in the U.S., it already has.

Many school districts used to allow parents – the ultimate authority in a child’s life – to “opt-out” of sex education classes or portions of those classes that taught subject matter that conflicts with their values.

No longer.

Mommy Underground has reported on this revocation of God-given parental rights in public schools and what it means for the future of our nation.

What is happening in the U.K.’s schools is what will happen here if parents do not fight back.

While many parents choose private school or homeschooling as an alternative to this madness, others have little choice but public education.

The U.K. is just a few steps ahead of the U.S. in this war against traditional values, but it is coming.

If you’re concerned about what your child is being taught in school and have not been able to opt-out, contact your school board, write your Congressman, and make your voices heard.

If we do not stem the tide of this propaganda now, our nation faces a very grim future.

What do you think of the U.K.’s PSHE program and the “love letter” lesson taught to 6-year-olds?  Leave us your comments.

 

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