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Carol M. McKinley

Tuesday, June 20, 2006 :::

This in from MassResistance:
David Parker's first-grade son surrounded and beaten up at school on anniversary of same-sex "marriage" in Massachusetts.

School acknowledges that attack by group of kids was "planned and premeditated."

Caps year-long public campaign of anti-Parker hate by activists in town.

Young children also polarized and confused by homosexual normalization programs in schools.

In this special email update:

ACTIVISM PAYS OFF: Lexington, MA, school superintendent asks District Attorney to investigate beating of David Parker's first-grade son on two-year anniversary of same-sex "marriage" in Massachusetts.

Superintendent acknowledges in press release that move comes from pressure from MassResistance!

Local police and state Dept. of Social Services also requested by schools to conduct investigation.

At the same time, Lexington school officials begin nasty public spin campaign against the Parkers to discredit them. Superintendent writes bizarre, rambling account of incident in press release.

WORSE: School officials leak "facts" to local pro-gay group prior to superintendent's press release. Gay group issues its own press release day before Superintendent's press release.

Why did school wait a month to act?

Lexington school superintendent Paul Ash has announced that he is requesting the Middlesex County District Attorney, as well as the Lexington police department and Massachusetts Department of Social Services to investigate the May 17 beating of David Parker's first-grade son by a group of kids during recess.

As we reported in last Wednesday's email: on May 17 - the two-year anniversary of same-sex "marriage" in Massachusetts - David Parker's first-grade son, Jacob, was led to a secluded area and beaten by a group of kids at the Estabrook Elementary School in Lexington during recess, receiving multiple blows to the chest, stomach, and genital area.

Last year David Parker was arrested and made national news over the school's refusal to notify him when adults discuss homosexuality or transgenderism with his son, then in kindergarten. The school system has continued to refuse to notify any parents. On April 27, 2006, Parker, his wife, and another family filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the school system.

MassResistance has chronicled the hostile and at times virulent anti-David Parker campaign both inside the Estabrook Elementary School and throughout the Lexington community by a pro-gay group in Lexington organized specifically to target Parker, which many believe has incited young children in the town and especially at the Estabrook Elementary School.

Read the full MassResistance account here.

Mass Resistance is the only people getting things done around town. The bullies long along blew over the wimpy men talking all nice like to them as children were being trampled, seduced, demoralized raped, fisted, raped - and now beaten in retaliation at the incitment of adults in the community.

Yes, activism pays off!

Last Wednesday, June 14, after a month of waiting to see if the school system would act on its own, MassResistance finally brought this terrible incident to light. The next day it was in the Boston Globe and on the front page of the local Lexington Minuteman newspaper. Your calls and emails, we're told, flooded the school and the superintendent from across the country.

Two days later, in his press release, dated June 16, the superintendent publicly acknowledged that pressure from MassResistance forced the school to confront the issue and to admit and act upon the seriousness of the matter - in the face of growing outrage.

But more anti-Parker spin by Superintendent and other school officials.

Unfortunately, the Superintendent and other school officials now appear have begun a nasty, even vicious PR campaign against the Parker family, and the public's perception of the facts surrounding the incident. This is reflected by the bizarre, rambling account of the "facts" in the press release, which largely contradicts the Parkers' account of what happened, which at the time school officials had generally acknowledged.

(We are also concerned that that the superintendent's decision to get the Department of Social Services (DSS) involved is a retribution of sorts against the Parkers. We don't see any reason for it. The DSS has a sordid reputation for terrorizing families and threatening to take their kids away from them. We will be monitoring that.)

Read the bizarre press release from Lexington Superintendent Paul Ash here.

It gets worse - school officials leak "facts" to local pro-gay group.

Prior to the Superintendent's press release, the Estabrook librarian and other school officials apparently spoke privately with the local pro-gay Lexington group, "LexingtonCares", that has devoted itself to a year of virulent attacks on David Parker.

On Thursday, June 15 - the day before the Superintendent's press release LexingtonCares issued its own anti-Parker press release which presents yet another "official" spin story of what happened. In the press release, LexingtonCares references information they received from the Estabrook principal, assistant principal, nurse, teacher, and school librarian!

The obvious question: Why are these school officials talking to a local homosexual activist group about this incident? This is not only extremely unprofessional, but troubling and offensive.

Read the "LexingtonCares" press release here:

It goes without saying that the hypocrisy surrounding this is breathtaking. If this had been the other side - for instance, a child with "gay" parents who had been assaulted - they would have practically closed the schools over it. But when this incident occurred, it appears to have been downplayed as much as possible. School officials determined that neither the school nurse nor the police should be called - that the school would handle it. No one was suspended from school; instead (as the Superintendent mentioned) they got yet another session of the pro-homosexual "Open Circle" diversity program.

The bottom line: A lot of people want to know why it took the school system an entire month to take this seriously. If we hadn't publicly raised the issue they would still be trying to sweep it under the table. That's why citizens' groups like MassResistance are so important.

We'll stay on top of any developments in this.


1. Stop the homosexual programs that help fuel this in public schools.

This horrific incident exposes the poisonous nature of the state-funded "safe schools" program, which are thinly veiled homosexual propaganda -- that makes schools "safe" for gay activism but dangerously unsafe for anyone who doesn't agree. The Massachusetts Legislature is now poised to quadruple the funding for these programs -- to nearly $2 million! Governor Romney MUST veto this when it happens later this month.

Contact Governor Romney's office. Tell him that he must veto ALL money in the 2007 budget for homosexual programs in the public schools. Give our schools back to the parents and children! He needs to get that message!

State House
Office of the Governor
Room 360
Boston, MA 02133
Phone: (617) 725-4005
(888) 870-7770 (instate use only)
FAX: (617) 727-9725

To email the governor:

2. Tell the activists that their anti-David Parker hate has no place in America.

This anti-David Parker website in Lexington (ironically called "Lexington Cares") obsessively incites and catalogues rhetoric, intimidation, and activism against David Parker and his family.
Contact them at:

This second website coordinates the homosexual activism against David Parker and his family in Lexington:

Note the confusion techniques that both of these websites use to incite people against citizens with traditional values.

Resist. Surrender is not an option.

Contact Lexington Cares. I did.

Dear Lexington Cares,

I understand your campaign to incite little children to beat their classmates to a pulp for their father's refusal to have him subjected pagan immorality has just hit paydirt.

When the dust settles, Catholics would be happy to bring our toddlers up to the Lexington Green where they could be beaten in the public square for having parents who tell them that God gives us rules about sexuality. Please contact me and I would be happy to arrange a day. We could have the press come and really give traction to your efforts.

In fact, why don't you make the Lexington Green a Theme Park? That way, you could choose special days for special beatings. You can beat them up for our beliefs against pornography, heterosexual adultery, homosexuality, masturbation, stealing, fornication, murder. That makes seven, one for each day.

Carol McKinley

::: posted by prolife pundits at 5:43 AM




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