You might be a member of the International Perverts and Pedophiles’ Federation (IPPF) if…

By Barbara H. Peterson

Well folks, I’ve just about seen it all now. I can truly say that I never thought I would see something like this in my lifetime, but hold onto your horses, it’s true. The Girl Scouts are receiving sex training manuals from the oh so thoughtful folks at Planned Parenthood.

This is a step-by-step instruction booklet in an easy to read format. Heck, even I can understand what to do. Can someone please tell me what earthly good it serves to train children how to have sex with anyone they want to whenever they want to, from as early as five years old? And then go so far as to distribute an instruction manual????

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The Forgotten History of Eugenics

American Eugenics Society

By Alan Stoskepf

Source: Rethinking Schools Online

At the beginning of the century, one of the most damaging experiments in public education began. Under the banner of educational reform, the American eugenics movement captured the hearts and minds of some of the nation’s most influential educational researchers and policy makers. While the history of the eugenics movement has been virtually written out of American history textbooks, it nonetheless has had an insidious effect on the lives of students and the organization of public schools. It also has become part of an unexamined legacy that shadows today’s standards and testing movement.

What was eugenics? The English mathematician Sir Francis Galton first coined the term in 1883. He wrote, “Eugenics is the study of the agencies under social control that seek to improve or impair the racial qualities of future generations either physically or mentally.”1 What Galton saw as a new branch of scientific inquiry became a dogmatic prescription in the ranking and ordering of human worth. His ideas found their most receptive audience at the turn of the century in the United States.

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