November 28, 2011 | permalink
The anti-“government school” movement may be coming soon to a screening room near you. Exodus Mandate, a ministry seeking to “encourage and assist Christian families to leave government schools for the Promised Land of Christian schools or home schooling,” coproduced the film “IndoctriNation: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity in America.”
The film follows Colin Gunn, a homeschooling father of seven, as he drives around the country “exposing” the dangers of public education. (I.e. “wonderful public school ‘teachers’ have [students] prattling and lisping about ‘gay’ and ‘lesbian’ and ‘marriage equality,’ etc.”)
Gunn’s production company is also responsible for the films: “Shaky Town,” which debunks San Francisco as a tolerant town (“real video footage of Christian churches in San Francisco being attacked by violent groups of homosexuals!”); and “The Monstrous Regiment of Women,” a “documentary” that blames feminism for destroying the church, state, and family (the film’s tagline is “Extolling Femininity, Blasting Feminism”).
IndoctriNation condemns the “educational elite who are pushing godlessness.” Public school classrooms are described as “gulag[s] where everything that the pastor teaches them in Sunday school is contradicted by their ‘teacher’ who bleats the mantra of the anti-Christ educational establishment,” according to one sympathetic reviewer.