Tuesday, March 26, 2013

A Note from Bill Diss and "Sex Toy Workshop and Soiree" by Planned Parenthood

"Forgive them Father for they know not what they do."  The Lord said this from the Cross and these words were repeated from a follower of Christ, Bill Diss, regarding his accusers.  In my conversation with Bill today he asked for prayers for the Principal, Vice-Principal and all the staff especially in this week when graces are flowing.  They really don't know what they're doing.

The School Resource Officer, a policewoman who escorted Bill out of Benson High School felt uncomfortable about the situation. Picking up on this, he had a calming moment explaining to her the significance the Feast of St. Joseph, March 19th, had for him.  This was also the day our new Holy Father gave his first mass. 

One thing you'll notice about Bill Diss is his unwavering faithfulness to the Truth of Christ.  He was discerning about whether to take his three hundred and fifty plus hours for disability leave and just forget all about this mess.   With deep conversation with the Lord, it came to him that he had it good in his life: a house to come home to, a dear wife and family in that home and his dog.  Most of his students didn't ever have that in their lives.  He had to stay and fight for them.

From Bill Diss to all:


Thank you for your help.  As you can imagine I am being pulled in many directions.  It is so rare that a teacher is dismissed before the end of a contract and then walked out by the police.  It really shows the power of Planned Parenthood and how it is so important for Portland Public Schools to cater to Planned Parenthood.  Unfortunately Planned Parenthood plans are working well.  A few weeks ago there was bad incident at school where police were involved and with children having sex in one of the rooms at school.

I am enclosing an article that was published on March 20, 2013 by American Life League.  Again and again thank you for your support.

God Bless,


from this article "......Let us not forget, Planned Parenthood Columbia Willamette is the same organization that is behind the disgusting video websiteTake Care Down There that features skits with such titles as “Horse Penis Virus,” “Bring your sister,” “I didn’t spew,” “Hot & heavy,” “Let me do me,” “Threesome,” and the “Down There Song.”
This is the influence that Mr. Diss is fighting. And this is what he has been harassed, and summarily dismissed, for fighting. If you are an Oregon resident who is concerned about this huge injustice, contact your state legislators and the state board of education and pass this information along to them, asking that they help right this horrible wrong. In addition, please pass this information along to other residents of Oregon and ask them to take action."

Planned Parenthood values. Why are they allowed in the schools?Why are we spending tax dollars to abort babies at their clinics?


Theodore M. Seeber said...

A problem, revealed in the Oregonian Article, is we're not just fighting Planned Parenthood. TOP is administered by Planned Parenthood, it is true- but we're also fighting the Federal Government of the United States of America, which is using OUR tax dollars to fund this garbage.

I'm not as worried about that- our tax dollars go to fund a lot of garbage. But I think that it is clear that TOP is *specifically* targeting minorities- it's a bigoted disease prevention and population control program specifically trying to sterilize brown people.

VOCAL said...

The MKL PP killing body and soul building is part of that anti-disease, population control machine run by liberals. This is their way of killing minorities and then calling pro-lifers bigots when this hypocrisy is pointed out.

Too Many people have their eyes wide shut against Planned Parenthood.

Kaye said...

I looked at the Planned Parenthood site -- I'm appalled!
We should talk sometime -- My kids (some of them) went to a Catholic High School in PDX about
10 yrs ago - until I removed them..........Unbelievable stuff in the classroom.
(I met some friends of yours in Crane and that's how we got connected.)

Anonymous said...

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the The American Academy of Pediatrics (claimed membership of 60,000 pediatricians) both seem to strongly support comprehensive sex education for adolescents and not to support abstinence only programs as being effective.

Shouldn't VOCAL consider their input? Does VOCAL dispute it?

VOCAL said...

In this case VOCAL does not agree with these institutions on this subject.

Comprehensive means:
covering completely or broadly : inclusive.

Why in the world do kids need their minds loaded with screwed up images of what some adults deem as sex. Egads. It's all about using especially girls. Then just let to gals get abortions and ruin their lives and the lives of their families.

What sane doctor would ever submit a precious child to this. Many of these groups seem to have an agenda of making these kids available to them for sex.

Catholics especially are called to honor the body as holy and from God alone. We have immortal souls to worry about.

Anonymous said...

Actually, aren't you asking the readers to disregard a massive number of medical and psychological studies simply because they don't agree with your own point of view view?

Demonizing these studies doesn't change the accuracy of the conclusions they contain.

VOCAL said...

This is from the Catechism of the Catholic church. To open up children to the wrong way to love is demonic. Pure and simple.

The Sixth Commandment “you shall not commit adultery” pertains not only to sexual infidelity but encompasses the whole of human sexuality (2336), and is thus perhaps the most controversial commandment among the Decalogue for a contemporary audience.

In addressing the commandment, the Catechism begins on an anthropological note: the human person, created in the image of the Trinitarian God who is is love, is made to love (2231). Sexuality is an integral part of what it means to be made in the imago Dei."

The human person is made from the beginning for love, for self-gift. This is what John Paul II called the “nuptial meaning of the body.” This capacity for self-gift is described in the Catechism and also reflected in John Paul II’s Theology of the Body as integrally connected to the importance of gender. It is in the union of man and woman that Trinitarian love is imaged: “Each of the two sexes is an image of the power and tenderness of God, with equal dignity though in a different way.

The union of man and woman in marriage is a way of imitating in the flesh the Creator’s generosity and fecundity: ‘Therefore a man leaves his father and his mother and cleaves to his wife, and they become one flesh.’” (2335).

Gender here is no accident. Rather, the distinction (and equality) of the sexes is part of the divine plan. In this way, the Catechism reflects a view known as “gender essentialism” which is closely connected with the idea of the complementarity of the sexes: