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April 17th has been hijacked by the gay and
lesbian community, called the "Day of Silence."

The Day of Silence is sponsored by the Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network [GLSEN]. It will take place in US schools this year on Friday, April 17. Participating teachers and their students are told to remain silent during all classes that day as a sign of protest against the "discrimination" and bullying of homosexual and lesbian students receive at the hands of "Christians." The Illinois Family Institute, which is promoting this video, notes that in America's public school calendars "Earth Day" and "Spring Break" have replaced Patriot's Day and Easter. These holidays have been supplanted by political correctness and radical environmental ideals.

Right now, around the world, people of faith are being told to sit in the back of the bus and be quiet. Schools across the nation are being encouraged—and in some cases, coerced—to observe a day in April to bring attention to name-calling of homosexuals and lesbians by other students. The purpose of the day of silence is to "honor" the "brave struggle" of the quest for equal rights by homosexuals and lesbians and to show empathy for that struggle and to portray the bigoted oppression of a racist America.

Christians are increasingly portrayed as racists and bigots. Radical extremist Muslims savagely attack Jews, Christians and other religious groups and indiscriminately kill those who do not practice Islam simply because they don't practice Islam. We have almost reached the gates of a place called Laodicea. And, when we arrive and look around, we will see a great multitude which no one will be able to count from every nation speaking in every known language. When we ask who they are, we will be told, "They are those slain for their faith during the Great Tribulation." Many of them, I suspect, may well be people who thought the "Day of Silence" was a good idea.

 

 

 

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