Garner: Muslim Journeys Jihadists Recruiting Our Children #txed #21stCenturyTech

“Muslim Journeys, Jihadists Recruiting Our Children, Alice LInahan Conference Call” 
by Donna Garner
9.26.13

Leave it to the American Library Association (ALA) and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEA) to use our tax dollars to promote the Obama administration’s leftwing agenda – “Muslim Journeys Program” in Denton, Texas. 

As best I could determine, the ALA receives around $184 Million per year of taxpayers’ dollars appropriated by Congress; and the NEA receives close to $154 Million. 

The NEA is well known for such grants as the one in which an artist produced Piss Christ, a photo of a plastic crucifix submerged in urine. 

In 2006 the American Library Association gave its prestigious “academy award” for Young People’s Literature (ages 12 – 18) to Looking for Alaska by John Green. The ALA award propelled this porn novel to popularity all around the country. See “Actual Quotes from the Book” —http://www.safelibraries.org/pushers.htm#language ). 

For years, we have tried to get Congress to cut the funding for ALA and NEA. With our country on the edge of the fiscal cliff, now would be a great time to let these two leftwing entities stand on their own. 

Let the ALA and NEA raise their own funds to promote their leftist agenda and see how far they get. If the local taxpayers are sold on what the ALA and NEA want to do in their local communities, let the locals pay for it. If the people of Denton, Texas, want to fund “Muslim Journeys,” let the locals pay for it. 

With the brutal killings in Kenya, Benghazi, Boston Marathon, Ft. Hood, 9/11, Mali, London, Tel Aviv, Baghdad, Basra, Marrakech, Nigeria, Thailand, Frankfurt, Manilla, and many more by Muslim terrorists, I think the ALA and NEA might find themselves with very little local support for “Muslim Journeys.” – Donna Garner

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9.19.13 — http://www.cityofdenton.com/about-the-city/news/-item-4158

Denton library hosts Muslim Journeys program
National initiative aims to increase understanding of Muslim culture
Post Date: 09/19/2013 01:54 PM

The Denton Public Library will host a day of lectures and perspectives Oct. 5 with the Bridging Cultures Bookshelf: Muslim Journeys program at the Emily Fowler Central Library.

The Bridging Cultures initiative is sponsored by the American Library Association and the National Endowment for the Humanities to encourage understanding between cultures and religions…

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9.26.13 – Good news – a victory – This video in Ohio will not be allowed to indoctrinate 7th graders any longer: 

“Ohio Mom Teams-up with Thomas More Law Center To Remove Islamic Proselytizing Video from 7th Grade History Class” — http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=adf1a83154acea60d091b413c&id=de48954ca5&e=c716ca56d1
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Advice from Donna Garner to parents: 

With schools so caught up in the 21st Century technology craze, I would encourage parents not to allow their school children to go on Skype or other online venues to dialogue with “global pen pals” – during the school day or on their techie devices at home. Jihadists are trying to lure our American children to join their terrorist networks. CNN recently reported that the Kenyan mall attacks may very well have involved jihadist Somali young men who have been lured from America over the Internet. 

All of us need to be very concerned about an effort in the United States to desensitize our school children through their curriculum to destroy a belief in American exceptionalism. Such desensitization leaves our school children open to being linked up with unknown “global pen pals” who may very well be Muslim jihadists trying to recruit our children into their cause. 
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Alice Linahan Conference Call – 9.25.13 – The power of one mom saying…#CanISee…my child’s homework, textbooks, tests, worksheets, etc. 
http://soundcloud.com/alice-linahan/womenonthewall-org-2?utm_source=soundcloud&utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=twitter

Donna Garner

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