The Children Meme: Two Can Play at That Game

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What’s the most effective way to scare folks to the conservative side? Make them feel like their children are threatened. Their kids will be turned gay, or taught about gay sex, or taught by gay teachers, or taught that gay marriage is okay, or just shown pictures of two guys holding hands… it drives them crazy. It doesn’t matter whether there’s any truth to the claim or actual risk involved; it just has to be perceived as a threat.

Now, I could do the same thing. I could make shit up about what the religious right is going to do to your secular-minded gay-friendly progressive kids to scare you! But I don’t have to make anything up. The religious right sends it right to my email!

Get ready for WorldNetDaily back to school essentials! (Nope, not making any of this up.)

I’m sure the photographer thought, “Oh, we only need one black kid to look diverse; it doesn’t matter how white the rest of them are. Besides, the flag is a great excuse to keep the rest of the kids from making eye contact with him. Also, we’ll put him in yellow next to the girl grabbing her boob in green to help our readers remember which Metro lines to avoid when they come to DC. Ooh, and we can’t let those colors be in order!

Yeah, that was incredibly snarky, but that kind of snark is the only that’s going to get us through the rest of this WND promo email. I’m going to go ahead and leave in the links, but just be wary of what you’ll find on WorldNetDaily… they’re a bit wacko.

It’s back-to-school time, whether your children go to public or private schools or you’re their teacher at home.

Either way, your kids need the essentials of a classical education – one they surely won’t get in a traditional school.

You know this already isn’t boding well. The “back to school” catalog isn’t notebooks and pencils for when they get to class. It’s all propaganda that students won’t get in school.

The WND Superstore has many of the essential resources you and your kids need.

It starts with the Bible – and there’s a great selection of low-cost choices.

Then there are great Bible study resources.

See, there are all these different versions of the Bible, and then a whole bunch of different ways to interpret each of the versions. (It’s not unlike the recent Indexed comic…) How do you know which is right for you? Well, with all the audio and video versions available, you’ll never have to actually parent or teach your kid a thing! Leave it all to the theological experts. Just point at whichever one you’ve been scared into thinking is most important and it’s yours!

Here’s something your kids won’t get for sure in a traditional school – “Nothing From Everything: The Impossibility of Atheistic Evolution” by Ray Comfort. You don’t want your kids believing they are the products of random chance and millions of years of evolution.

*Takes long deep breath.* Yes. WND wants your kids reading Ray Comfort. And they’re telling you want you want and don’t want. Random chance? Evolution? Malarkey! This isn’t stuff to help kids learn better at school; it’s stuff to help them unlearn when they get home.

The Constitution of the United States! Every child, no matter what age, should be grounded in the Constitution. Make sure your child has a pocket copy for only 99 cents.

I’m actually okay with that. And it doesn’t even seem to have one of those Ray Comfort “forwards of undoing,” if you will. It’s just the Constitution. I got my pocket constitution for free from the ACLU. (They actually know how to defend it.)

Here are some products that make politically incorrect learning fun:

Wow. These books are ridiculous. Here’s a description of the “…Under My Bed” which was the first in the series.

This full-color illustrated book is a fun way for parents to teach young children the valuable lessons of conservatism. Written in simple text, readers can follow along with Tommy and Lou as they open a lemonade stand to earn money for a swing set. But when liberals start demanding that Tommy and Lou pay half their money in taxes, take down their picture of Jesus, and serve broccoli with every glass of lemonade, the young brothers experience the downside to living in Liberaland.

The second one (“…in My Hamper”) I might have a bit of tolerance for, because I’m not thrilled about the worship of celebrities either, but it has Mike Huckabee’s endorsement, which is a big red flag. The last one is about a school nativity play that gets ruined because of liberals obsessed with “diversity, global warming and stinky French cheese.” Maybe they could whip out that Constitution and read the 1st Amendment… but I’m sure that’s not the moral of the story.

Seriously, I’d be scared about my kids being read these books. Luckily, I don’t have to worry about that, for a number of obvious reasons.

Would you like to provide some historical perspective on the 20thcentury and the battle for freedom? There’s no better way than the remarkable documentary, “In the Face of Evil.” Joseph Farah calls it one of the most important films ever made.

This film will make sure your kids are worshiping Reagan at an early age. I’m sure the portraits on the wall in every room are good clues, but the film will help seal the deal.

As for classic, don’t forget C.S. Lewis’ “Letters to Children” and “Pilgrim’s Progress” by John Bunyan.

Balance out Lewis’ apologetics for children with a century-old tome with even more religious dogma. Interestingly enough, “Pilgrim’s Progress” is listed under Fiction on the site.

Your children should be scared, very scared. The radical extremists want to circumvent science and civics to recruit their own army of brainwashed children.

Gosh, it sounds legitimately scary when it reflects reality and isn’t just a scare tactic meant to deceive.

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There are 5 Comments to "The Children Meme: Two Can Play at That Game"

  • Linda says:

    Wowza–thanks for bringing these items to my attention! I kind of really want to buy those books (hamper, bed, nativity) — they’d really go well with my other fun kids books (Dangerous Animals That Can Kill You, Uncle Shelby’s ABZ book, Ayn Rand for Young Readers, etc.) If only I could figure out how to get my hands on them without, you know, giving money to this nutcase organization.

  • Buffy says:

    Help, mom..WND is in my bookbag!

    Can you say “indoctrination”? I knew you could.

    Seriously. The only thing that truly scares the RRRW is that their children might actually start thinking for themselves.

  • Audrey GetEQUAL Smith says:

    Interestingly enough, if these kids continue to read C.S. Lewis as they get older, particularly works like “The Problem of Pain”, they will end up becoming liberals! 😀

    It makes me laugh that the WND people champion and promote Lewis — they obviously have never read his more challenging adult works and don’t realize he was squarely for a critical scholarly study of “holy books”! He didn’t believe what they THINK he believed!

  • ZackFord says:

    But he was still an apologist, through and through.

  • Ahab says:

    “Responsible, self-governing citizens”? More like indoctrinated, misinformed citizens!

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