When it comes to LGBT advancement in Canadian society, it doesn’t much effort to delineate defined attitudes within society.
Government, Media, Academia: For. General Public, Parents: Against.
An interesting dichotomy it is, as manifest in blind dedication to LGBT dogma from all levels of government in Canada.
A protest group called 1 Million March 4 Children say participants across Canada are “standing together against gender ideology in schools.” In British Columbia, gender indoctrination refers to the teaching of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI). programs in public schools.
Recently, a search on Pubmed using the search terms “COVID-19 vaccines” revealed a shocking trend. So, what did I find?
There are literally thousands of peer-reviewed studies on vaccine hesitancy and how the government can overcome it. In sum, there are over 6,000 such studies on Pubmed.
A more narrowly focused search on endnote pulled up about 1,250 studies. These studies have a wide range of topics, but most focus on which groups of people are vaccine-hesitant, statistics on these populations, as well as how to overcome vaccine hesitancy through propaganda, censorship, the law and behavioral control.
The fact is that our government, governments from around the world, the World Health Organization and UNICEF have spent billions of dollars in a misguided attempt to try to figure out how to make people take (coerce, compel and entice) these experimental medical products (COVID-19 vaccines). This was clearly a coordinated effort.
A Biden administration that vowed to restore Americans’ faith in public health has grown increasingly paralyzed over how to combat the resurgence in vaccine skepticism.
And internally, aides and advisers concede there is no comprehensive plan for countering a movement that’s steadily expanded its influence on the president’s watch.
In his 1923 book The Goose-Step, renowned muckraking journalist Upton Sinclair examined the consequences of plutocratic capitalist control of American colleges and universities, writing that “our educational system is not a public service, but an instrument of special privilege; its purpose is not to further the welfare of mankind, but merely to keep America capitalist.”
If Sinclair were alive today, he would likely be horrified though not surprised by the appointment of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to a professorship at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) and Presidential Fellow at Columbia World Projects (CWP).
Clinton is offering a class at the school this fall, with Dean Keren Yarhi-Milo, called “Inside the Situation Room.” It will have students “examine decision-making in a variety of historical and contemporary contexts, from the search for Osama bin Laden, to the ‘red line’ in Syria, to negotiating with Iran,” according to a press release from the University.
Clinton is also, along with Dr. Yarhi-Milo—a veteran of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and a protégé of the late CIA-connected Columbia professor Robert Jervis—helping to set up a new Institute of Global Politics at Columbia, where an inaugural group of fellows include Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine; Stacey Abrams, the former Georgia candidate for governor, and Eric Schmidt, the former CEO and Chairman of Google.
Wednesday, September 20th, 2023, will go down in history as a turning point for the parental rights movement in Canada.
The Million Person March For Children was an unequivocal success, uniting parents and grandparents with aunts and uncles and people from diverse religious communities with a singular goal in mind …
To protect all children from the dangers of the LGBT indoctrination and Gender Ideology that have been taking over our schools.On this historic day, the shout “Leave our kids alone!” rang round the nation at parliament buildings, city halls, and school board offices.
I would like to congratulate – and profoundly thank – the organizers of the Million Person March For Children, especially Kamel El-Cheikh, the muslim dad and Ottawa businessman who came up with this idea. While we may not agree with all of the organizers talking points, we acknowledge being in their debt for pulling off this amazing event.
Even though Campaign Life Coalition’s role was promotional rather than organizational, we had many of our staff members out on the front lines for this extraordinary #1MillionMarch4Children (this hashtag trended the past three days!).
Yesterday I published my take on the now infamous union meeting of radicals – a joint meeting of Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) and Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) where members incessantly characterized parents concerned with the indoctrination of gender ideology in schools as bigoted fascists. The leaked video of the meeting caused quite a stir. Canadian law professor Bruce Pardy, who reacted with a post on X, expressed a sentiment shared by many:
In a quest to be more “inclusive,” a Canadian school board in Mississauga, Ontario has decided to purge its library of all books published before the year 2008.
Erindale Secondary School in Mississauga, Ontario, ‘burned’ roughly 50% of its library book, including Harry Potter and the Hunger Games series, as part of a new “equity-based book weeding” implemented by the Peel District School Board earlier this year, according to the CBC.
The board insists it was following a wider directive from the Minister of Education to make learning resources more inclusive and reflective of the community.
Yes, a library with empty shelves sounds very inclusive…
Alberta’s chief medical officer of health says he has been made aware of additional daycare sites in Calgary where children have tested positive for E. coli.
Dr. Mark Joffe issued a statement late Friday night saying out of an abundance of caution, the additional facilities will be closed.
He says the sites will be required to be cleaned and sanitized and all children will be tested to confirm their negative status before returning to the centre.
All facility operators have been contacted, and Joffe says parents of these facilities will be directly notified as soon as possible by the operators working with Alberta Health Services.
WE THE UNDERSIGNED PETITION THE GOVERNMENT OF SASKATCHEWAN TO:
Not yield or be swayed by the threats of activist organizations, and to stand with Saskatchewan parents as the primary educators and caregivers of their children.
Invoke Section 33 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the notwithstanding clause, to fully uphold and enforce the Government of Saskatchewan’s newly announced pro-parental rights policies listed above.
Fully enforce the above pro-parental rights policies in all publicly funded Saskatchewan schools, with all employees and organizations under the Ministry of Education required to adhere to the new policies.