Please see my original IWD post for its history and background information.
Few people from where I'm from know much about this high and holy day of the socialist-feminist movement. Nevertheless, one must keep up with what the proponents of error are up to at any given time and be ready to give the biblical answers to the problems they seek to address through "awareness" and indoctrination.
|Image source: Website of the Socialist Party USA|
- United Kingdom (428 events)
- United States of America (251 events)
- Australia (185 events)
- Canada (159 events)
- India (92 events)
My only conclusion is that the Gospel and discipleship in biblical roles of men and women in these countries have been trumped by the media, entertainment, and all levels of education from preschool through university. Christian parents would do well to protect their children, especially their girls from these influences and, rather, instill in them right teachings according to biblical truth.
It is not an option to allow the modern church to do it for us. In fact, we would do well to investigate what our children are being taught about these things by those who influence them when they are at church or in church programs, even church-sponsored Girl Scouts.
I was alarmed to see that the International Women's Day website donates 50% of its page advertising to the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. Why do they do that?
Girls are change agents for the future. By internationalwomensday.com drawing the world's attention to the inclusion of girls in all IWD activity globally, many more minds will be inspired, barriers broken and expectations for fulfilling potential realised. Girl Guides and Girl Scouts are tomorrow's [feminist] women leaders.1 [Inserted by me.]Here is the video currently being used to indoctrinate our Girl Scouts:
The danger is in how good this all sounds in some points. Yet, there is an underlying socialist agenda all throughout this flagrantly propagandist piece:
"In the world called now..."
- a girl has many siblings. What's wrong with that?
- a girl collects water and fire wood. What's wrong with that?
- a girl looks after her siblings. What's wrong with that?
- a girl has no time to play, only chores to do. What's wrong with that?
Do you have experience with the Girl Scouts? Have you seen any of these issues being raised in recent years? Please feel free to share with us in the Comments below.