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Reason #10,875 for homeschooling – trans-type teaching 5th graders April 10, 2014

Posted by Tantumblogo in Basics, disaster, error, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, sadness, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, sickness, Society.
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And here I just did a post about detraction.  But seeing this has already been covered by secular blogs way, way bigger than mine, I think it fits under the definition of public knowledge.

One might expect this in San Francisco or New York, but not Lumberton, Texas. For those outside Texas (and probably many within), Lumberton is small logging town deep in the pine forests of SE Texas (yes, Texas has forests).  The school district there has actually been the site of a number of scandals of late, from teachers proselytizing for Obama and bashing conservatives to having students dress up in burqas as part of some kind of goofy multi-culti foolishness.  Even though the area is probably 60% hardcore conservative, the district apparently hired a left-liberal superintendent.

In this case, a man who was married and straight up male acting until about 2 years ago, when he went through a traumatic divorce, has now decided he is a woman and has been working as a substitute teacher for 5th graders at a Lumberton school.  There seems a tight correlation between the divorce and the sudden discovery of this poor soul’s “true identity” (talk about Stockholm Syndrome).

So the whole thing’s a mess, and the future employment of this very lost soul will be debated at the school board meeting in Lumberton tonight:

I first heard about the issue when my youngest brother came home and told me about the kids talking about a male substitute teacher that was in a different class. This teacher was signing his name as Mrs. I thought that was strange, but I did not realize the extent of what was going on until I heard Chip Darby talking about the issue on freedom 1300. Apparently there was a male teacher wearing a dress and makeup at the Lumberton Intermediate School.

The teacher’s name is Laura Jane Klug (born Kurt Klug). I looked him up on Facebookand what I found was an emotionally disturbed and confused older man. He has not always wanted to be a woman.

According to a note he posted on his Facebook page on July 7th, 2011 titled “How Much More Can I Take?” Kurt Klug was emotionally distraught and seemingly ready to give in with his life because of the pain of his female wife leaving him. The pain and distraught of his wife leaving him must have driven him to decide that he wanted to become a woman. [So much for born that way] From 2011 until now, Kurt changed his name to Laura Jane Klug and started dressing up like a woman and acting like a woman……

Let me get one thing straight, I do not hate this man, nor am I angry at him. I feel bad for him. [Ditto]  He was so hurt and emotionally distraught that he was driven to wanting a radical change. [In fact, this is the second such story I've read in the past two months, where a divorce drove a formerly normal man into embracing extreme perversion.  It is a gross perversion of nature for people to pretend to be the other sex.  Sacred Scripture repeatedly decries people who fall into such extreme confusion/perversion as balefully sinful.]  He seems like he was and maybe still is a Christian, [deep East Texas is mission territory for the Church]  but he is certainly hurting and has lost his way. We all have issues and this is his issue.

That being said, a school house with young, impressionable, easily distracted and easily confused children is not the place for this man to be. The school has very strict dress codes and boys cannot even have long hair. The environment is controlled to minimize distractions so that the students can learn. Like it or not, a transvestite is a distraction. Not only that, he frightened and confused many students who then went home to their parents who had to have age inappropriate conversations with their children.

So, we’ll see how this plays out. Many parents are outraged, but, shockingly, some parents are supportive.  That’s an indicator of just how nutso upside down the world has become.  But that dang TV signal reaches Lumberton as well as just about anywhere else in the contiguous US.  And TV has perverted the thinking of millions.

There are several reports that this teacher is a huge distraction. Apparently, he’s doesn’t pass very well for a woman.  And many kids are confused.  In a sane time, such a troubled individual as someone who can’t even decide what sex they are would never be a candidate for a teacher.

I won’t go into detail on the stats again, but while negative life outcomes for aficionados of the sins of sodom and sapphos are many times higher those for without those proclivities, those for trans-types are literal orders of magnitude higher.  No single population group is more prone to suicide, drug abuse, suicidal sexual behavior, deliberate self-inflicted injury, severe mental problems, or general unhappiness than those who have become so confused and lost as to no longer know what sex they are. The suicide rate for transgender types is over 33%.

I know most of my readers are well aware that the public schools are no place for their children. But examples like this aside, they might not be the very worst place for your kids.  A priest the other night ranked methods of educating children from best to worst, so far as keeping your kids in the Faith:

  1. Homeschooling
  2. A very rare, private, non-diocesan good Catholic school
  3. Private evangelical protestant school
  4. Public schools
  5. Diocesan Catholic schools

And in fact, diocesan “Catholic” schools are a very distant 5th place; your kids are much better off in public schools than in diocesan Catholic schools, because in those schools – very rare exceptions aside – kids here from people who call themselves Catholic, and especially authority figures, “oh, you don’t have to believe that!”  Or, “we don’t believe that anymore.”  And these kids become so lost and so convicted of error, because they’ve heard it from Catholic authority figures, that it takes a literal moral miracle to convert them back.

And it was through Catholic education that much of the revolution within and against the Church was executed.  Numerous religious orders fell into the modernist heresy during the course of the 1950s and 60s, and they subsequently formed an entire generation of young Catholics in that heresy.  Those formerly young Catholics are the old grey heads around nowadays that continue to clamor for impossibilities like womyn priestesseses and Catholic acceptance of abortion. Frankly, most of those 60s kids fell away from the Faith decades ago.  There have been very few of those moral miracles the priest related.

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1. Woody - April 10, 2014

I remember a parent telling me why she sent her kids to public schools instead of the local diocesan catholic school. She said no religion teaching was much better than her kids getting bad catholic teaching. And yet in the public school system you cannot discriminate against teachers on the basis of their sexual orientation. Think of all the deviant sexual predators that line up to teach at the public schools. Very scary.

2. David - April 11, 2014

I know this sounds like a broken record, but one thing a parent needs to justify if it is worth spending thousands of dollars per year to send a child to a diocesan Catholic school. If I had children and lived either in the Diocese of Lincoln or the Diocese of Wichita, I probably would send my children to a diocesan school, where the faith is stronger and the costs are low. Other places I would have to look at the curriculum and be an involved parent. If I didn’t see much difference between the diocesan school and a public school, I would save the money.

When I attended a Catholic-in-name-only college in the late 1980′s, 40% of the student body went to Catholic school most of their lives. I would say out of those 40%, only 1 in 10 went to Mass regularly.

I also think IMHO that some Catholic high schools are basically higher end preparatory schools than religious institutions, with tuition being compared to the cost of a state college. I went to a public high school in Houston where I was able to take some honors classes, and IMHO that worked out better for me than having my parents pay money to send me to a place like St. Thomas High School, particularly in the 1980′s. I knew some kids that went to St. Thomas High School back then, and it seemed like there was about as much partying there as their was at a public high school. However, a good number of the kids in the honors classes at my public high school were generally good kids, who weren’t into drugs, alcohol, and premarital relations. The kids I remember in the honors classes also had parents who would discipline their children if they brought home a bad grade, so it was easier to concentrate in class. For fun, we would go to movies, church dances, camping trips, bowling, sporting events, out to eat pizza, or build sets for the drama club. Many of us had part-time jobs too – I worked several Saturday nights at a grocery store, so the only date I had was my senior prom.


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