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The following morning, we received calls from the “state-run” media asking what our take was on the assembly program we performed in Dunkerton, Iowa. Little did we know, we were already splashed on the front page of the paper in Waterloo, Iowa, (close to Dunkerton) as an anti-gay ministry. Interesting … because homosexuality was a non-issue amongst the response of the students during the program. We knew of one teacher who was upset about the abortion piece (she did not want people to see publicly what she advocated). Other than that, we received the typical response of students flocking us for autographs and making comments or asking questions about the content presented.
It’s important to note that we hit national news once again on issues created by the socialist media, issues that didn’t exist during the program.
The propagandists reported the following (my explanations in parentheses):
“Not only did Dean show up and sing (I am not a singer), but he added to the entertainment by showing students images of fetuses (murdered babies) and spread his anti-woman (???) and anti-gay (I am pro-family) message.”
“… anti-gay, anti-choice (I am pro-life), right-wing Christian revisionist snake oil.”
“This group spreads anti-gay hate (hate doesn’t tell the truth) messages, teaches Christianity (if, to the media, referencing the Constitution is teaching Christianity, then they are right) in public schools, (and) distributes purposefully misleading information (the United States laws are very inconvenient for unlawful radicals).”
“… his anti-gay, anti-Semitic (I am a Christian), anti-Muslim (???) ministry …”
Folks, each time we hit the news, the propagandists pull another accusation out of the air and attempt to misrepresent who we are and what it is we do, because they are desperately afraid of being exposed. They cry “victim,” as they are trying to implement homosexual (queerifying the elementary schools) and abortion (without parental consent) indoctrination under your radar. They know if you find out what they are attempting to inundate your youth with in public schools, their agenda would come to a speedy halt.
The fact stands true that if you’re not careful, the newspapers will have you hating those that are being attacked and loving those that are doing the attacking.
We put a portion of the Dunkerton assembly regarding homosexuality, adultery, etc. on YouTube, and it received over 100,000 views within a week. It is currently at 159,000. Please keep in mind that we spend about 10 minutes out of a three-hour assembly on homosexuality and abortion. However, the propagandists used their usual tactic of putting words into my mouth, which came from Elton John who stated, “There is nothing wrong with going to bed with someone of your own sex. People should be very free with sex, they should draw the line at goats.” Should not the homosexual communities be outraged with Elton? Nope, Elton is good, Bradlee is bad! Isn’t it interesting that out of the 7,000 comments posted on one media outlet’s article, not one attended the assembly?
And here’s some breaking news for the propagandists: I didn’t even do the assembly. So I went back to Dunkerton, Iowa, to confront the socialist media, and here are the results:
What the socialist media are afraid of (warning: offensive content):
Dunkerton Assembly on Homosexuality:
Dunkerton Assembly on Abortion:
KWWL Video Report on Return Event:
What the media didn’t want you to see from the return event in Dunkerton:
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