Saturday, April 09, 2005

Book Review: Seeds of Deception

In Seeds of Deception: Planting Destruction of America's Children, Georgiana Preskar documents her own battle with her local school district over a program called SEED which stands for Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity. Although on the surface it sounds like a program that is designed to promote "diversity" it is in fact a curriculum designed to condition school children to not only accept homosexuality as normal but encourages them to participate in homosexual behaviors.

Ms. Preskar does an excellent job in researching the history of the homosexual movement and its profound influence throughout history. She obviously put a great deal of time and effort into fully understanding the techniques that programs such as SEED utilize in order to accomplish their goals.

This book is not a book that you go into thinking that you will enjoy it. There is a lot of worthwhile material contained within the book. Parents may wish to consult this book to get a better understanding of the types of techniques both subtle and not-so-subtle that are being used to influence (brainwash, according to Ms. Preskar) America's children.

The message of this book is simple: parents need to be fully aware of what is being taught in our schools. If SEED is any example of what is being forced onto children by public educators then there is reason to be very afraid. Parents need to be willing to step up and take a stand against programs such as SEED.

This book was provided by Authorhouse through Mind and Media. I do not receive any consideration for this review other than the book.

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