This is the 4th and final post on the C.P.O.S. plan going forward.
The last prong of the plan is to:
Solidify the Family and parental authority into public education and culture through policy proposals for both provincial government and school boards, and the lobbying of political parties to establish and recognize those principles. To do this via all legal avenues available.
Never before in the history of our country has the family been so thoroughly and unabashedly under attack. We are surrounded by socialist thugs, cowardly conservatives who do not believe principles are worth standing on, and brutal death worshipers who think giving our kids over to predators, abusers, and pedophiles is in the best interest of ‘normal’ development. We must stand against it, and refuse to follow their narratives. Refuse to accept their irrational rationales.
The last prong of C.P.O.S. is about making a stand for the family, and refusing to compromise. Refusing to accept the lies. Refusing to back down because someone might call us a mean name. We must be the men and women that refused to stand by while evil succeeded.
Three weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending the United Conservative Party founding AGM. There I was able to participate with other like minded Albertans, and see several policies passed that enshrined protections for the family into the party constitution and mission. (To be completely honest, I was there as part of this prong of the plan.)
You need look no further than the UCP AGM to see just how badly the family is under attack, and for an explanation as to why this prong of the plan is necessary. No sooner had the party been lectured by a minority cabal of members, clearly ignorant of the reasons and intent of the policy being voted, then a separate(?) cabal of castrated cowardly media virtue signalists were quoting the same ignorant members back to the leader and asking how it felt to be the leader of such a massive amount virulent bigots.
Every media outlet from CHAT to Global was wailing into the interwebs about how conservatives wanted to out gay kids, and let their parents beat them to death. So foolish and inaccurate was their musings, that we had a local bakery think they needed to send a tray of rainbow donuts to their MLA, telling him how it was OK to be gay. Medicine Hat News even openly told me that they think it is a straight line between being conservative and supporting “Gay Conversion Therapy.” (Just so you know, that is code for electrocuting gays, yes, MHN thinks if you are a strict conservative, you want to electrocute gays.)
So what was the policy that had journalists curled up in the corner of the tub showering with their clothes on? A policy asking that the UCP affirm the Family as the foundation of good society, and that parents be informed if their kids are being exposed to explicit sexual or religious content at school. Let that sink in. Stop and pause after the next sentence to really fully understand where we are at as a province and country. The media had immediately leaped from a policy about protecting the family unit, and informing parents if their kids were at risk from sexual and/or religious predators, to “they want to out gay kids, and put them at risk to being beaten by their parents.”
The leader of the UCP didn’t help the situation any either. While thousands of delegates were still debating and passing several other pro family and education policies with 75-90% support, the leader was throwing all their hard work under the bus. Saying that the 100s of hours, and thousands of viewers of the policy, had quote “poorly written” it. Like all the lawyers and professionals that helped write, had no idea what they were doing. Not to mention the leader gave zero mention of what part specifically was “poorly written,” or problematic.
The UCP leader went further down the rabbit hole talking about how Bill 10 had overwhelming support, (by the government that got ousted at the next opportune moment,) that parents don’t have to know if your kids join a chess club, and that he never supported mandatory informing of parents. Immediately falling into the clutches of the ridiculous media narrative that knowing if your kid are going to a GSA somehow outs their sexuality. That is a trash argument. What is the mechanism by which kids are outed? Tell me specifically. In order for that to be true, the GSAs would have to be a bigoted group, ONLY for gay people, with straight people not welcome.
Now, I’m going to go on a bit of a tangent here, and express a view that is wholly mine, and not supported by several other concerned parents. I do not agree with withholding ANY activities from parents, unless they can categorically prove telling the parents would be putting the child at risk. A parent has the RIGHT to know who their children are associating with, and what activities they are up to. What if your child joined a video game club at school, but you only allow them an hour of games a day? They are circumventing and undermining your rightful authority as a parent to raise them as you see fit.
What if the local chess club is a front for the local gang? Used to recruit children. Would it be OK for the admin to keep that a secret from you? GSAs are a front for exposing your children to explicit sexual content. That is a fact. The GSA Network has been repeatedly caught having explicit sexual content linked to their network. The admin across this province were completely oblivious to it. Some, like our SD76 Board Chair even convinced themselves that the network was hacked, rather than admit that it happened. Bill-24 made GSAs exempt from having to let you know if explicit sexual content was being shown in the club. Still trust the admin to make good judgment as to what you need to know about and what you don’t? I sure don’t.
So, back on point. With the UCP AGM being clear evidence, among a mountain of other examples I can’t go into here, that the current media, government, and LGBTQ™ have a hatred and fear of the family, (some might even call it familyphobia,) what specifically can we do to enact the Solidify prong of the C.P.O.S. plan? We must take this one opportunity at a time. There are two events in the next 2 weeks that you can participate in, that could help solidify the family to our government, schools, and courts.
The Concerned Parents of SD76 will be at both.
On June 6th the Alberta School Councils’ Association will be presenting the draft curriculum for K-12, specifically focused on K-4.
Details of the session are as follows:
DATE: Wednesday June 6, 2018
TIME: 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm (or 6:30 pm – 8:00pm)
PLACE: Grant Henderson Learning Centre,
Medicine Hat School Division Central Office
601 – 1st Ave SW,
During this session you will have the opportunity to:
learn about how the curriculum is changing
see the draft K-4 curriculum documents
provide feedback on ways the draft K-4 curriculum can be strengthened
This is an opportunity to have a say in the development of Alberta’s future provincial curriculum, and we are pleased you can participate!
You can register for the event here. I have registered the CPoSD76 for the 1 – 2:30 session. If you have not been able to register, but wish to attend, you can come out to the 1pm session, and I’ll attempt to get you in under the CPoSD76.
The JCCF Bill-24 court injunction is an all day hearing, that is open to the public. Bill-24 is a tyrannical law, that strips parents of their rights, and puts our children at risk of physical, psychological, and emotional harm. Stand with me and other parents at the court house on June 8th at 10AM
We the people of Medicine Hat stunned the justice when we had the petition challenge, with 100 people in the benches. Lets come out in massive respectful, peaceful solidarity for the solidification of our rights as parents, and for the protection of our children, and the family from tyrannical intrusion by the state.
That concludes the series on the CPOS plan. As additional events and activities come up, I will be posting them, and indicating which prong of the plan applies to them. In the meantime, I will close with a somber warning from Wilders, on what happens when you refuse to stand up for your rights, and for your family. Before you know it, you may be arrested for trying to protect someone from a Muslim rape gang, that is being protected by the police, because you are not allowed to criticize any action of the government. That is the consequence for not solidifying the family in government. Government becomes your ‘family,’ with the right to raise you as they see fit.
In my last post, I stated that the CPoSD76 were working on a plan to help combat the clearly insidious intentions of Alberta Public Education to indoctrinate and sexualize our children with their twisted idea of ethics and sexuality.
The plan is being called CPOS. Create, protect, orate, and solidify. … Over the next Month, I will be making 4 separate posts about what exactly each prong of the ‘4orked’ plan is, and how the coalition hopes to implement it. For now though, there are two prongs you can get started on yourself.
This post is the first of 4 that go into detail of what the collaborative plan of the CPoSD76 is. As also mentioned earlier, this is a forked plan, with multiple facets happening simultaneously. Although the acronym, C.P.O.S., may be in a particular order, the execution of it may happen in a different order.
Today’s post is about the “Protect” portion:
As was noted in my comment in the last post, “Life Site” News published an article (Mat Walsh at The Daily Wire also published about it) about how parents are pulling their children out of school to protest the grotesque sexualization of children from k-12 in public education around the globe.
Protect: April 23rd, 2018 is international walk out day to protest the obscene, abusive, bigoted, and abhorrent sex education that is being forced in schools around the world. (Bill-24 provides no limits to the material that your child can be exposed to at school.) I encourage every parent, who’s children are not home schooled, to pull their child out of school on April 23rd. Explain that you do not support the sexualization of our children for the satisfaction of adults with unhealthy obsessions over the sexual development of other people’s pre-pubescent children, that Bill-24 is an unconstitutional violation of human rights, and that parents have first discretion and authority over their children and their education, not the government. Do this whether your school has supported the family or not, as a show of solidarity to those who have not had the ability or choice to send their children to a school that supports their rights.
For the U.S., it is “Comprehensive Sex Education,” for Australia it is “Safe Schools,” for British Columbia it is “SOGI 123“, and of course for Alberta it is the Sex Clubs with ultimate power, the GSAs. The details of the #SexEdSitOut are available here, and you can add your city, and sign a petition etc. I fully endorse this sit out, and the goals are in line with the essential intent of the “Protect” phase of the C.P.O.S. plan. I intend on keeping my kids home on the 23rd, and a generic outline for an e-mail you can send to your child’s principal is available here. (Be sure to CC any other administrative officiall that would need to know of your child(ren)s absence.)
Although my child’s school is not currently supporting the sexualization of minors, they are under the thumb of SD76’s jurisdiction, and that can be forced to change at any moment. I am however pulling my child out in an act of solidarity for those who’s children are being exposed to this obscene material and teaching, and as an act to draw awareness to the actions and intent of Alberta Education. I encourage you to do so as well.
Another action you can take to “Protect” your children from the errant direction of Alberta’s public education, that is also inline with the principle of CPoSD76 C.P.O.S. plan, is to support the challenge of Bill 24. On April 5th, the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms filed a court application challenging Bill-24. Bill-24 gives GSAs the power to form and operate without any oversight, and with the power to teach literally anything. Not only without your consent as a parent, but without even your knowledge of it. You can protect your children from this malicious law by spreading word of it and it’s challenge in court.
I heard directly from John Carpay, that media is minimizing coverage of this in an attempt to keep the public ignorant of the facts, and the challenge. You can counter this be sharing the links provided in the Parent Watch Forum, and by telling as many people as possible about what is going on. One of the groups on the court challenge is Parents for Choice in Education, and you can find out more and support their efforts here. The CPoSD76 are also working with the JCCF to support in any way they can, and may be playing a more active and intentional part in the challenge going forward. One final action you can take is to make a donation to the JCCF to aid in the financial burden of challenging the law in court.
The stated goal of the “Protect” prong is to:
Protect our children from current curriculum, policy, and legislation that undermines the family, and the security or safety of our children through; legal and peaceful protest and/or walkouts, whistle blower or accountability procedures, and assistance for parents and students to navigate the bureaucratic educational system.
The “Protect” page will have a list of current protective actions that the CPoSD76 are undertaking. (Including the two listed above.) The details of how you can participate in those actions will vary depending on action being undertaken.
Some things that are in the works, besides the two mentioned above are:
This list is not exhaustive, and is subject to fluctuations. The CPoSD76 is of course open to feed back and improvement, and if you wish to help or participate in any way, please feel free to contact us for more information.
Concerned Parents will be updating shortly with an election guide. If you would like to see a Parent focused all candidates forum we need YOUR help. Please Contact Us.
Thanks to the threats against me recently, last night the CPoSD76 website crossed over 100,000 hits after only 3 months of operation. Several thousands since the news broke. Based on projections, 100,000 was a feat I wasn’t expecting the site to achieve for another week and a half. Over the last couple of days I and the CPoSD76 have received numerous e-mails and phone calls of support, and asking me to keep up the good fight. In fact, all of them, who had never signed the petition, asked where they could sign. This was a problem, as it became time consuming to write back each person asking.
So thanks to the generosity of local churches, this Sunday is going to be a petition Signing day.
Sunday July 16th
From 11:00 to 11:30 AM at
Victory Lutheran Church 2793 Southview Drive SE, Medicine Hat, AB T1B 2H1
T: 403-527-5617 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
From 11:00am – 12:00pm at
Medicine Hat Christian Reformed Church, 300 Primrose Drive SE, Medicine Hat, AB T1B 3S9
403 529 5650
If you are unable to make the petition signing events, you can contact us, and will be do our best to have a volunteers arrange a meet up to sign the petition.
We got 1500 signatures in a weekend before. Based on the support throughout the community, 138 should be a cake walk.
With 138 signatures, parents will finally be heard by their elected representatives.
What a weekend! The Southern Alberta Conference on the Family was a smashing success! Hardly an empty seat in the room. Theresa Ng, Donna Trimble, and John Carpay all gave articulate well researched presentations, with a clear warning to Parents, that their rights are being stripped, and the family is under direct attack. It is clear that fundamental changes are being implemented in Alberta Education that put children at risk, and shake the very foundations of a free and prosperous society. The situation is dire throughout Canada, not just in Alberta. We can not express enough, the gratitude we have for the guest speakers who were willing to come together and equip parents with the resources they need to prepare for the attacks that are coming, and have already been implemented.
Two quick updates, since I know many of you are eagerly waiting to hear about them.
Over the last 15 months the CPoSD76 been involved in a cultural battle to protect the children of Medicine Hat from a teaching and practice that demoralizes the family, and puts children at risk. Policies have been put into place that restructures the very foundation of known proven biology, and undermines the concept of Male and Female as plainly evident in the world around us.
Though that in itself is a serious issue, those policies have also been used as door by which to pass in other concerning teaching and policy that undermine the authority of parents. Policy has been put in place that gives the ‘state’ an unnatural position of Authority, overriding that of parents. The clear goal of the policies being to reconstruct the family, and replace it with the state. A key pillar of Marxist ideology.
In partner with other residents, Churches, and community organizations in Medicine Hat, recognizing that the agenda to usurp parental authority and suppress family rights pervades in all levels of government, we have organized a Conference on the Family, on June 10th. The purpose of the conference being to prepare and inform families of the issues that threaten them in our society today, how they can fight them, and to know what their rights are.
We have arranged key note speakers with expert knowledge on the Educational and Legal Systems of Alberta and Canada, and we invite you to attend the conference. This is a free conference. Complete details on the location, speakers, and workshops can be found by going to conferenceonthefamily.com
We hope to see you there, and if you have further questions, please feel free to contact us.
Last week I gave a report on a meeting with members of the Board of SD76.
This week, a decision needs to be made on how we should proceed post petition appeal. If option (1.) is chosen, the date of the Meeting would be Saturday, May 27th. The end of the school year is approaching, and this matter needs to be cleared up before the summer break.
Below is a very quick form that would provide us with concrete information on how parents feel we should continue. This is your opportunity. The names and e-mail of those that provide feedback will never be shared publicly. We know first hand the kind of blow back you can get from having an opinion that is not in agreement with the mainstream, and we will do our utmost to protect you from any such blow back.
(See bottom for brief summary)
Another morning at the Court of Queen’s Bench, although cold and windy, at least this time it wasn’t a snow storm. For the 40-50 people who showed in the court room at 9am, it was brief event. Justice Tilleman brought the court to order, introductions were made, and the Justice informed us that his written decision was to be handed out. He dismissed the appeal, and the court was adjourned.
There was a flurry of activity afterwards, as many had questions as to why it was so short. Even some of the reporters noted how brief the proceedings were. I know all of you are eager to here the details, and I apologize that I could not have written this sooner, but I too had to get back to work.
The main arguments that were addressed were:
Justice Tilleman began with a brief statement of background on the appeal, and discussed the nature of the appeal. In paragraph  he states that we were seeking clarification on the procedures for a petition. In  he notes some of the allegations regarding the behaviour of the board leading up to the submitting of the petition, but explains that they are outside the scope of the appeal, and mentions that although outside the scope, it does not mean that relief can not be sought via another avenue. (referencing argument 4)
In the final paragraph of the nature of the appeal , the Justice makes note of the fact that the petition that was submitted to the Board of SD76 can be amended to correct the deficiencies that were outlined by the Secretary. This means that we do not have to start again from scratch. Paragraph  is what allows us to collect 110 new signatures, and correct the 259. Since March 10th, we have collected 194 new signatures, and corrected 75 of those containing only a postal code. That means we only need to correct another 100 postal code signatures, or collect 100 new. I say we shoot for at least 144 to be on the safe side. If we can get 12 people to volunteer to collect 1 sheet each, we will have our goal. If they collect 2 sheets (24 signatures per person), we will be well within a safe buffer. You can download the petition sheets here.
In part IV. the Justice goes on to explain the standard of review. Both parties agreed on the standard of review, and so in this summary, I will skip over that part. The full text of Justice Tilleman’s decision can be found here.
In part V. the Justice analyzes the 3 remaining arguments. The first being the 25% condition. In paragraph  he explains that it would offend basic notions of fairness to expect the secretary to assist the petitioner in identifying the schools to which the signatories belonged. To do so would overlap the duties of the petitioner and the neutral decision maker. This is a fair point to be made. The Justice then explains in  that a second petition submitted (by Sheldon Johnston) 2 days later, had clearly outlined school and parent information. Mr. Johnston had informed me that he received the formatting for his petition from the Secretary. That petition was also rejected.
The second contention that Justice Tilleman’s deals with is the signatures with only a postal code. It was dealt with in paragraphs [37-48]. In which, the Justice states that it is a reasonable interpretation that postal codes are all that is need to identify if a signatory is an elector in Medicine Hat, and that it is relevant that the Lethbridge School Board allowed it. It was his judgment though that it could not be applied to all districts, and one School Board is not subject to the decision of another. He also noted, that although the intent of the law was to establish if a signatory was an elector, the wording of the law required a “postal address,” and the Secretary is bound to follow the wording. He therefor made the judgment that it was reasonable to exclude the 259 signatures.
The Final argument Justice Tilleman addressed was the 110. He noted that (we) the applicant did not contest this, only that the Secretary would not provide us with details in a timely fashion. (paragraph [13 & 14])
Based on these determinations, Justice Tilleman dismissed the appeal. No costs were awarded, or discussed.
This was not an unexpected ruling. Although the appeal was dismissed, sufficient avenues were provided that allows us to complete the petition and have our committee, in a reasonable time frame. (And no costs were awarded.)
Here is the complete text of the press release that was sent to CHAT Radio, CJCY, and Praise FM.
Last October, a large number of concerned residents of Medicine Hat
submitted a petition to have a committee formed that would give
non-binding recommendation on the implementation of SD76’s Policy 621 & 622.
That petition was rejected, without being evaluated for all criteria
outlined in the School Act, and a number of signatures were deemed
disqualified by the Secretary of the Board.
Details were requested on the disqualified signatures and the Secretary
refused to provide them. Jeremy Williamson, who had submitted the
petition, then filed for appeal, on behalf of the signatories, with the
Court of Queens bench, asking that the Secretary’s decision be
overturned, as is the process outlined in the School Act.
Justice Tilleman heard the Appeal and Arguments on March 10th of this
year, and made note of the unprecedented crowd size in the court room.
The signatories of the petition consisted of more than 30 different
congregations and community groups in Medicine Hat, and spanned every
social, religious, and age of majority demographic including those who
identify as LGBTI.
On Thursday April 13, at 9am Justice Tilleman will be rendering his
verdict on the matter.
Mr. Williamson and the Concerned Parents of School District 76 invite
the public to attend and hear the Justice’s decision.
SD76 has asked that the case be dismissed and court fees be levied
against Mr. Williamson on the grounds that the appeal on behalf of 2034
concerned citizens is “frivolous and vexatious.”