Two semester’s ago I took a woman’s history class. My teacher was extremely liberal and had a strong and obvious agenda in her class to affect the students in seeing the world the way she sees it. Like so many, she truly believed her perspective was the right perspective rather than just realizing it was one perspective among billions.
One day she came into class very perturbed and leaned in to tell us why.
“I am VERY SORRY,” her dramatic discourse began.
“Did any of you have a run in with that group on campus?”
“I apologize. Our hands are tied. We are not allowed to ask them to leave. If you run into them, just walk away. It’s really sad that we have to put up with these type of fanatics. Did anyone here have a run in with them?” She asked with great concern.
One petite young lady sitting in the back of the class spoke up,
“What happened? Did you have any trouble with them?”
“No, not really. Actually I thought what they had to say made a lot of sense. They offered a lot of studies and information. There were things they said that really made me think.”
The teacher quickly gave a dismissing nod and asked if anyone else had run into to them.
I sat there feeling pretty dumb, not having a clue to what she was talking about, until finally someone raised their hand and asked her what group she was referring to.
“Oh, its that “pro-life” group. They come here about once a year to spread their propaganda. Unfortunately, legally we can’t ask them to leave.”
At that point I was pissed off. Here this teacher was completely undermining the integrity of a movement bound by love and compassion, and instilling a disrepute in the minds of her students in such a way as to shut down their own reasoning skills and accept the narrow-minded view of one perspective.
All throughout the semester she rallied against the atrocities committed on Native Americans, African Americans, Jews, and women. Her biggest emphasis was on the fact that in order for people to come to a place where they can commit these horrific human sacrifices without a prick in the conscience, they have to first DEHUMANIZE them.
BAM! She hit the mark spot on. And yet, here she was dehumanizing unborn children so she could assuage her conscience for her part in the annihilation of 40-50 million unborn children a year world wide.
Some day this mass extermination will be a thing of the past; then, future generations will look back at the holocaust of unborn children with horror and ask, how could anyone have done such a thing? How could so many people have believe that it was okay???