Public officials forced to react as MassResistance / Article 8 reveals pornographic homosexual "how-to" booklet given to hundreds of kids at Brookline High School by "gay" activists April 30, 2005
Written by Boston-based "AIDS Action Committee" with help from
Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Boston Public Health
Commission. Funded also by major corporations, universities,
Titled "The Little Black Book -
Queer in the 21st century", contains deadly
misinformation on health.
At statewide "Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network" conference
held at Brookline High School for children and teachers to
promote homosexuality in schools, elementary through high school.
THIS IS THE SAME GROUP that organizes "Gay-Straight Alliances" and the
"Day of Silence" in schools around the country!
Click here to see the booklet
given to kids >
(Caution: extremely gross and disgusting.)
Photos from the
event -- Brookline High School, April 30, 2005.
Over 500 attendees, including hundreds of kids middle school age and
older were present.
Book was prominently distributed at the first table, right after
registration, where everyone would be sure to go.
Deadly health misinformation in the booklet. Statement by medical expert on
sexually transmitted diseases. An instruction manual for death?
Here's where the
funding came from! This is very disturbing. It's not only your tax money at work. Corporate
America and (major institutions) seem to be behind so much of this these days.
Spin control: If you're caught, just lie your way out!
Check out their progression of press releases. Homosexual
groups at first claimed it never happened. Finally, when they had no choice, they were forced to admit the truth. Does this sound familiar?
Now the gays are telling the press that "only ten" books were brought to the
conference. That is another blatant lie. We were told by someone who picked up the book
that "a big pile" of books
was on the table. (And there were probably more stored in boxes below the
table.) Unfortunately, the Boston media doesn't question that
(Does that sound familiar?)
Some of the Boston media coverage:
(This was covered in virtually all the radio, TV,
and newspapers in the Boston area.)
WHDH TV-Channel 7 News report (video)
Rather sterile news story: "Explicit Pamphlets displayed at school. Health center regrets mistake."
Statement from Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (Tues 5/17/05):
“This is not a state-funded publication. Graphic pornographic material on
the gay lifestyle has no place in any school. While I agree that medically
accurate information is essential in AIDS prevention efforts, this particular
publication is grossly inappropriate and should never find its way into the
hands of school-aged children.”
[MASSRESISTANCE/ARTICLE 8 REACTION: This is a curious statement. Not a state-funded
publication?? At least three of the organizations that contributed to this booklet
(including the AIDS Action Committee) get state
money, as far as we can tell. School-aged children?? This booklet should not be
given to anyone.]
Weasly statement from Brookline Superintendent of schools. By reading this statement to parents, you can see that is a huge part of the problem. Out-of-touch school officials buy into the concept of pushing homosexuality to kids, as a "positive" experience.
A police investigation? Charges? Arrests? The Brookline Police first told us they
"didn't know what we were talking about" even though it had been in all the
newspapers and talk radio stations. Then they told us they are "investigating" but we couldn't find out anything after that. The Norfolk County
District Attorney's office said they "aren't allowed to comment". The
Governor's office? Brookline High School? Even now, no one seems to want to talk
Brookline Police: 617-730-2222
William Keating, Norfolk District Attorney: 781-830-4800
Governor Mitt Romney: 617-725-4005
Brookline High School: 617-713-5000
Brookline School Superintendent: 617-730-2403
AIDS Action Committee of Mass: ph. 617-437-6200 fax 617-437-6445
Fenway Community Health: 617-267-0900 or 888-242-0900
GLSEN Boston ph. 617-536-9669 fax 617-236-0334
QUESTIONS NEED TO BE ASKED -
ANSWERS DEMANDED !!