American Life League is on the alert again. There a school in Oregon ALL asserts may be taking advantage of young students to hook them into a life of… well, teen outreach, I guess.
Luckily, there is a teacher ready to stop (or, I guess S.T.O.P.P.) them from their insidious quest. Which includes stealing children’s souls.
Bill Diss has been under fire since 2007 from Planned Parenthood, the teachers’ union, lawyers, and school administration for his unwavering defense of children from Planned Parenthood’s aggressive efforts to steal their souls. After Planned Parenthood’s recent entrance into his classroom, the Portland teacher is once again asking for parents to take notice of what is going on in Oregon schools—and to take action.
On September 17, 2012, Planned Parenthood operatives entered Diss’ classroom where he was tutoring students in basic math skills and other subjects. They expected to be given the floor to recruit students for a Teen Outreach Program. Instead, Mr. Diss asked them to leave his classroom. They left, and a few moments later the principal and vice principal came to remove Mr. Diss from class. The next day he was forced to sit through a Planned Parenthood presentation. “They were extremely aggressive in obtaining the children’s signatures by promising them all sorts of gifts and cash,” Diss said. Planned Parenthood has filed a formal complaint against Mr. Diss with the school.
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Stealing their souls? Wow, that sounds sort of familiar.
Ah, yes, that’s because last year, American Life League was stopping the group from stealing souls in Nebraska.
Jim Sedlak, vice president of the American Life League and founder of Stop Planned Parenthood International, spoke Thursday to more than 30 people at Trinity Presbyterian Church about the history of Planned Parenthood, the goals of the organization and why it would like to come to Kearney.
“Planned Parenthood is not only after your child’s money, but after their soul,” he said.
Just so we are clear, there were no children’s souls stolen in the production of this post.