Gender, White Racism, CRT
Saskatchewan is taking a stand for what’s right, and I’ve got to give credit to Premier Scott Moe.
Last month I wrote about a new policy for students introduced by the Minister of Education. This policy requires schools to obtain parental permission when children under age 16 wish to change their name or the gender pronouns used to address them. It also directs schools to inform parents about the content of health lessons and give them the option to opt their children out ahead of time.
This common-sense policy recognizes that parents have the best interests of their children at heart, and that parental authority must be respected. In addition, it works to prevent pro-LGBT teachers and staff from grooming students into the transgender lifestyle without their parents’ knowledge.
This is a policy that promotes transparency in schools, better communication between parents and teachers, and a safer school environment for students. It prevents the types of abuse that can take place when intimate student-teacher conversations are hidden under a cloak of secrecy. It also saves gender-confused children from experiencing a schizophrenic double-life, where they present as one persona at home and another at school.
An Ontario school board has been “weeding” out all books published before 2008 with the goal of removing any “harmful, oppressive, or colonial content,” according to the board’s directive to school libraries.
The Peel District School Board (PDSB) directive suggests many books from the past are “inherently racist, classist, heteronormative, and/or sexist.”
The issue gained attention after the CBC published an article about empty PDSB school library shelves on Sept. 13. A group called Libraries Not Landfills has raised awareness of these purging efforts at PDSB, saying “the arbitrary relegation of books to the dumpster for simply being old is abhorrent.”
Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce says the board should stop this weeding.
Instagram has taken action against Chloe Cole, a 19-year-old who identifies herself as a “former trans kid” and had undergone a double mastectomy at the tender age of 15. The platform has restricted her profile, deeming its content to be “violent.”
Chloe Cole shared the news with her followers, saying, “Facebook has notified me that my Instagram bio is too ‘violent.’ If you think reading it is violent, imagine actually living through all that!” Cole’s bio explicitly states, “19, female (XX), former trans kid, started T & Blockers at 13, Double Mastectomy at 15, detransed at 16.”
Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools trustee Monique LaGrange was expelled from her provincial advocacy trustee association for posting an image on social media that appeared to compare the LGBT agenda targeting kids to ‘brainwashing’ Nazi propaganda.
RED DEER, Alberta (LifeSiteNews) — A Canadian Catholic school trustee has been expelled from her provincial advocacy trustee association over a social media post in which she allegedly compared the LGBT agenda targeting kids to that of “brainwashing” Nazi propaganda.
Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools (RDCRS) Trustee Monique LaGrange recently posted to social media an image showing kids in Nazi Germany waving swastika flags during a parade, with the bottom of the post showing an image of kids waving LGBT “pride” flags along with the text, “Brainwashing is brainwashing.”
Despite the attempts to cancel the event, Take Back Alberta founder David Parker is determined to make it proceed one way or another.
Rebel News was joined by Take Back Alberta (TBA) founder David Parker to discuss a case in which two venues and ticketing website Eventbrite have decided to embrace cancel culture and do their best to scrap two TBA events featuring Dr. James Lindsay.
For folks who aren’t familiar with Dr. James Lindsay’s work, he is a bit of a polymath with a background in mathematics. He has also been a recurring guest on The Joe Rogan Experience, but he is very likely most well-known for successfully publishing hoax academic papers that point out the absurdity of modern progressive academia via satire.
Our team has just returned from an exhausting – but amazing – weekend in Quebec City at the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) National Convention.
Why was it so amazing?
We helped pass 13 policy resolutions which advance the cause of life, family, faith and freedom! They are now the official policy of the Conservative Party of Canada!
Governor General Mary Simon blames unnamed media for what she called Residential School “denialism.” Unidentified media are trying to “control the story of Indigenous peoples,” she said.
“There are those who deny the stories of Residential Schools, of abuse and neglect and racism,” Simon said in a speech Friday to observe a National Gathering on Unmarked Burials conference. “Even though Residential School denialism is in the minority it is nonetheless present.”
A Prince Edward Island senator billed taxpayers $3,500 for an Indigenous sensitivity training course that typically takes about three hours, according to facilitators. Senator Brian Francis’ office would not detail the expense.
“Senator Francis is the caucus chair of the Progressive Senate Group,” formerly the Liberal Senate Caucus, said spokesperson Jean Castro Werry. “In this capacity he hosted a Kairos Blanket Exercise for senators and staff.”
York Region District School Board (YRDSB) teacher Tubie Wong asked her Grade 8 students to engage in active allyship.
“This material was presented to 8th graders at Silver Stream Public School (YRDSB), Richmond Hill, during their ‘novel study’ on ‘This Book is Anti-Racist’ last year,” tweeted former Ontario high school teacher Chanel Pfahl.
Wisdom2Action Co-owner Fae Johnstone said the Conservatives should not have passed a sex-based rights resolution at the Conservative Convention.
“This is the CPC, as a party, voicing its opposition to 2SLGBTQ+ rights,” tweeted Johnstone.
“This is terrifying.”