Preskar reveals shocking information about secretive school programs such as Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity (SEED). Aside from its acronym, the programs content is mysterious to the general public known only to its indoctrinees.
After confronting officials at her childrens high school about Silent Day, an event in which homosexuals and supporters use silence to strengthen their "cause," she realized that the world was far different than the "apple pie" Midwestern state she grew up in. Preskar began to gather information, such as the "Homosexual Manifesto," which explains philosophies of the activists homosexual agenda.
She concludes that multiculturalism, diversity, environmentalism, feminism, globalism and paganism plant deceptive seeds of Humanist Religion that are dangerous for all ages, but especially destructive for youth. Robbing the American people of their mental privacy, such programs, says Preskar, implement "Hitler-esque" tactics such as mind control to propagate deception, lies and well-planned methodology, which she clearly outlines in her book.
Harassment inflicted by militant homosexual students, unexpected phone calls and untruthful media coverage brings suspense to her journey. Preskars experiences during the 60s have led her to believe that multiple "causes" and Marxist philosophies can lead America to a point of no return. She believes its very survival depends on the actions taken now and that the children need to be a priority in the action plan.
A thought-provoking analysis of previously unquestioned social programs and doctrines, Seeds of Deception is an enlightening investigation that the author actually lived while uncovering the "hidden agendas" of SEED and similar organizations. It offers concrete solutions to aid Americans in their fight to reclaim the Founding Fathers values and principles to prevent deceptive seeds from planting destruction.
Preskar hopes that by sharing her experience and research, parents and others concerned about Americas future will be able to discern fact from fiction in order to "protect our children for survival of America."...Continua