HOW THE ACLU STOLE CHRISTMAS
Jen Shroder
 
"Mom, why can’t we say ‘Christmas’ in our song?" a seven-year-old asks. Darla Dowell didn’t want to tell her daughter the truth, "Because the birth of Jesus is banned."

As children attend celebrations that include Islam’s Moon or the Jewish Menorah, Christian children feel the cold slap of oppression. No Christmas. How did this happen?

Because in 1995, Clinton’s Presidential Guidelines, Religious Expression in Public School, were originally drafted by the ACLU. These guidelines appeared to protect Christian rights, but for every single "religious expression," there is a clause of escape, a backdoor for groups like the ACLU to attack Christianity at will.

These guidelines were presented to America as drafted by "thirty-five religious groups." The truth is they were drafted by the American Muslim Council, American Humanist Association, Americans United for Seperation (sic) of Church and State, many more recognizable secularist groups among a few Christian-sounding names, along with the ACLU which also holds the copyright.

Clinton sold us these guidelines with much profession of his Christian faith. Sincerity is lost, however, when one remembers how Hillary demanded public funding for (brace yourself) a dung covered depiction of the Virgin Mary, with breasts of elephant dung, surrounded by genital pornography at the Brooklyn Museum.

Meanwhile, Islam is alive and well in our public schools. Textbooks proselytize Muslim beliefs as fact, children are asked to PARTICIPATE in religious practices, university freshmen are MANDATED to read quotes from the Quran supported by the ACLU, and nothing happens. Why?

Because Clinton preferred to "negotiate" with Muslim leaders rather than answer terrorists with our military. Clinton’s religious guidelines are applauded by many Islamic organizations that remind Muslims it is their RELIGIOUS OBLIGATION (Dawa) to promulgate Islam:
  • "In the U.S. one of the strongest arguments in favor of seeking religious accommodation for your child is President Bill Clinton's 1995 statement of principles addressing the extent to which religious expression and activity are permitted in public school. This was given to every school district in the United States."
Clinton’s guidelines state:

  • "Students may also speak to, and attempt to persuade, their peers about religious topics just as they do with regard to political topics."
  • "Students have a right to distribute religious literature to their schoolmates."
  • "Public schools may not provide religious instruction, but they may teach about religion…comparative religion, the Bible (or other scripture)-as-literature."
- When the Bible is presented, "Public schools may not provide religious instruction" kicks in. When the Quran is presented, "other scripture as literature" suddenly shines.

President Clinton even went beyond the ACLU's issued guidelines and added:
"Students generally do not have a Federal right to be excused from lessons that may be inconsistent with their religious beliefs or practices."
Pay attention. There went religious freedom.

At the end of his term, then-President Clinton seemingly relayed fulfillment of a promise as he addressed Muslim nations in his Ramadan message:
  • "As America's six-million-member Muslim community grows in numbers and prominence, Americans of every religious tradition are learning more about the origins and meaning of Islam. That on "the Night of Power," the Angel Gabriel appeared to the Prophet Muhammad and revealed to him the first verses of the Koran. That the Koran declares that Ramadan was the month Allah's words were sent down, and so should be spent in fasting."
America's children certainly are learning these Muslim beliefs as fact, overseen by another Islamic educational organization that flourished under Clinton's regime, the Council on Islamic Education (CIE). Shabbir Mansuri, director, boasted that he is waging a "bloodless" revolution, promoting world cultures and faiths in America's classrooms. CIE has warned scholars and public officials who do not sympathize with its requests that they will be perceived as racists, reactionaries, and enemies of Islam.

America does not comprehend Muslim resolve to make America Islam. Suicide bombers have already demonstrated their willingness to kill and die for it. Clinton gave them Dawa, our schools, our very children with his religious guidelines and cloaked it with a false inclusion of Christianity. America, it is time to shout "ENOUGH." Our children are not for sale, we will fight for our religious freedom and YES, a seven-year-old MAY say the word CHRISTMAS!



SOURCE: How Clinton Surrendered Our Children to Islam,

 Clinton Embraching Islam

13 comments:

  1. raisin cane8:05 PM

    Another section of that damn bridge Klintoon built taking Amercia down with the 21st century.

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  2. Kenton8:06 PM

    It strikes me that this would be a great campaign issue, if Bush had the courage to address it. Unfortunately, he only seems interested in appeasing Muslims.
    Here's how I feel about it:

    Merry Christmas to those of you who celebrate the holiday.
    To those who don't, have a nice day off, enjoy doing whatever it is you do on December 25. Just keep your hands off Christmas.

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  3. BSunday8:22 PM

    Darla Dowell didn’t want to tell her daughter the truth
    And why not ?????

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  4. SpineyNorman8:52 PM

    Time for a Crusade!! Onward Christian soldiers........!

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  5. Kenton8:52 PM

    Hear hear!!
    G-d Bless America and Her Brave Soldiers, of which an outstanding one is Joey Bianchimano, 7th Marines, 1st Battalion, Bronze Star Recipient, Iraq.

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  6. TommyDale8:53 PM

    My thoughts exactly. THAT is the real problem! Parents and our own church leaders have sat back and done nothing to stop this barrage on our religious freedoms.

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  7. tang soo8:53 PM

    Another section of that damn bridge Klintoon built taking Amercia down with the 21st century.

    /pregnant pause ... and beyond!

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  8. LadyLib8:54 PM

    To TommAnd the discrimination could end so quickly if parents went to their school boards and not just asked them to stop marginalizing Christianity, but telling them that if it doesn't stop, they will pull their Christian children out en masse.

    Believe me, this tactic works. In my area, the situation was different, but a group of parents didn't like the way things were going in their town's public schools and they went down to the school board and told them what would happen if they passed an unpopular policy. The school board got the message, because they knew that it wasn't an idle threat.
    yDale

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  9. bdeaner8:54 PM

    One word: Vouchers.

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  10. F16 Fighter8:55 PM

    Clinton’s Presidential Guidelines, Religious Expression in Public School, were originally drafted by the ACLU.
    Leave it up to Bubba -- Clinton probably consulted Jeffery Dahmer on FDA guidelines for the meat packing industry.

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  11. Geek DeJure8:55 PM

    Attention all Muzzle-em lurkers...
    Merry Christmas !!!

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  12. You should be ashamed of yourself. You want Christmas forced on non-Christians, but can't seem to be able to tell the truth. No one has "banned Jesus." They have made him equal with all religious figures. Honestly, THAT is what makes you angry.

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  13. Desert Walk4:06 AM

    To Steve:

    Do you not see the double standard? Everything Christian is abolished and everything else is to be embraced and even practiced in public schools. That's especially offensive since Christmas has been an American tradition since the birth of our nation. That our own culture is being attacked while other beliefs are imposed is not religious freedom nor tolerance, but oppression.

    And wouldn't ya know, stripping a nation of Christianity has always been paramount to Marxists and Communists. I never understood why but it's in their manifestos.

    Remove Christianity and something else will be imposed. Look at other nations and cultures. It won't be pretty.

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