(Photo by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)
On Tuesday February 6th I shared on my public Facebook page, an article about a Father Daughter dance at a school in Statin Island that was canceled because of gender neutral policies. I made a reference to how it was more evidence that the LGBT™ hate the family. Which they do, and the hate crimes against the family continue to mount, but I’m getting off track here….
I’m sure you all have either seen or heard our Prime Minister’s ridiculous assertion that “mankind” be replaced with “peoplekind,” and then his double down absurdity that he was joking. Just ignore his past behaviour of declaring himself a Feminist, that his sons suffer from toxic masculinity, that he pushed through C-16, a law about forcing a change in language, or his demand that all Canadians swear allegiance to his party’s believe that baby murder is OK. Ignore all that. Ignore that he has since told government employees that they are not alowed to call people Mr., Mrs., or Miss., and that Father and Mother are outlawed terms. Trudeau was tooaootally joking.
We are seeing a trend. A very unsettling trend. A trend descending into madness and tyranny, and to be frank, I’m getting tired of pulling peoples heads out of the ground. Look, I get it, you are tired. You are busy. You are trying to eek out a living, and you are doing the best you can to provide for your family and educate your kids. I had a resident recently say, “We need to get these people voted out.” We just had an election, and the majority kept the status quo. The cold hard reality is, most of you aren’t helping the situation. The last school municipal election saw 6000 votes. Out of 60,000? Nearly three times that voted for city council. Are you telling me you could get out to vote for a mayor, but not a school board? I’m hearing the Catholic Board vote numbers were just as abysmal. Lets take the two combined. Do you expect me to believe that only 20% of the population of Medicine Hat has kids? (Ignoring that you don’t have to have kids to vote for a school board.) The government isn’t going to leave you alone, they are already going after your kids.
I can’t put it any other way. If you didn’t vote, you have contributed to the problem. But lets not cry over spilled milk. The past is the past, and although we need to learn from it, (which AB Ed doesn’t seem to be able or want to do,) we do not need to dwell on it. So, how can you help, and how can you fix this?
Well first, admit and recognize the problem. What exactly is the problem you ask? Well you could read through the old post on here to learn in more detail, but it can be summed up in one word. Pernicious. You see, over the last couple of years, I have struggled to find language that can get my point across, make people uncomfortable enough to pay attention, and drive people to action. The ‘left’ has done such a fine job in redefining everything from lying, to rape, that it is near impossible to have an intelligent conversation anymore. Truth isn’t even THE truth anymore, it is YOUR truth.
So in my effort to stay informed and educated on world events that will affect my family, I came across a video clip from Fox News Insider. In which Jordan Peterson is being interviewed about the range of topics I’ve mentioned above (Trudeau, Peoplekind, Father Daughter Dances, Ze, Zer, and Zem). At one point while talking about policy to enforce language, he states
“It is not compassion and care that is driving this. It is the desire to put forward a very pernicious ideology.” – Jordan Peterson
It struck me. There is the perfect word to describe the problem in our school district, and Alberta Education as a whole. Best of all, untainted by the language jackboots. But I better give you the definition before I continue, or they may have a chance to defile it.
“Definition of pernicious
1 : highly injurious or destructive : deadly
2 archaic : wicked” – Merriam-Webster
No word better describes the situation in Alberta Education.
David Eggen’s Bill-24 was/is Pernicious.
Kris Well’s handling of the GSA Network was Pernicious.
Eggen’s attack on Wisdom Home School was Pernicious.
Rachel Notley’s statements about Catholic education were Pernicious.
Alberta Health telling parents their 3 year old might be trans-gender is Pernicious.
The ASBA, PSBA, and ATA attack on school choice was Pernicious.
The deception of and lies told to parents by the Calgary, Lethbridge, and Medicine Hat School Board’s was Pernicious.
The Guidelines to Best Practices (GTBP) are Pernicious.
The handling of SCHS Washroom issues is Pernicious.
The handling of bullying at Alexandra School is Pernicious. (They know what I am talking about.)
The unjust persecution of students who have refused the enlightenment of the LGTB™ at Medicine Hat High is Pernicious. (Again, they know what I am talking about.)
Honestly, I don’t care if what I just said offends you. You should actually be offended by the obscene actions I’ve just listed. You should be irate. Blistering with intolerance. One does not tolerate if your child is shooting up with heroine in your home. That is what is happening with Alberta Education. The education minister, Guidelines to Best Practices, and the various local school boards are forcing your kids to adopt, celebrate and participate in a pernicious life of physical, sexual, and emotional abuse that will destroy their lives. It will remove any chance of them being content with their bodies, having healthy long term relationships with partners, and in 2/3rds of the education, remove any hope of having children….unless of course they take the children from the parents that wouldn’t push this pernicious life.
The parent council of Ross Glen Elementary told me a few months ago that the Alberta Health Services resource on sex and sexuality was a great source of help for parents, and that is why they were endorsing and promoting it at the school. As I told them, a resource that talks about preventing STD/Is, but then says a 3 year old can be trans-gender, is a terrible resource. (It is also child abuse.) It shows that AHS doesn’t even understand basic human biology, medicine, or pediatric development. AHS, is there by the least competent organization to be educating on sexual health.
Hitler took Germany out of the worst economic disaster in it’s history and turned into a super power. But we don’t have children read “Mein Kampf” in school, or recommend it as reading material for political office. The Guidelines to Best Practices may say ‘bullying’ is bad, and tell you to treat everyone equally, but when they say this is done by making the sexually ‘diverse’ more equal than everyone else, and saying that uncles who identify as aunts should be allowed in the change room with nieces, you need to reevaluate it’s value as a whole. I mean, it’s first version recommended that students call each other comrade. Comrade. That isn’t a great resource, it is trash with a bow on top. At that point you start over, with less self-serving individuals developing it. Evil should never be tolerated, no matter how much you dress it up. If you can’t cut the uncomfortable stuff out of the Bible, or the koran, you can’t cut the uncomfortable stuff out of the GTPB. You adopt it as a whole, or not at all.
The coming years are not going to be easy. We are stuck with essentially the same school board for the next three and a half years, and we have to put up with the tyranny of the NDP for the next one and a half at least. We know they are not above insulting, lying, harassing, and general childish tantrums, so how do you stop this pernicious direction of the government?
The Concerned Parents of SD76 have come up with a 4 pronged plan to help combat this pernicious governance, but it is going to take parents of conviction who are committed and willing to put the best interests of their children above all the threats, harassment, and general childish tantrums of the LGBT™, Alberta Education, the NDP and their (philosophical) hit squads in social/media.
The plan is being called CPOS. Create, protect, orate, and solidify. Ya, terrible acronym, but have you seen the current LGBT™ one? It has a 2 in it. So you will have to excuse me for not caring about how well it rolls off the tongue.
Over the next Month, I will be making 4 seperate 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.
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.
Orate: Take the time April 23rd to educate yourself and others on the dangers of Bill-24, what is being taught in your district on gender identity and sexuality. Familiarize yourself with the details of your districts ‘safe and caring’ policy, and learn if it really is ‘inclusive, equal, safe and caring’. Share what you learned on social media and at family outings. The time to keep silent has passed. Leaving them alone will not make them leave you alone. Living in a bubble will not help your children.
Let people know that Bill 24 is being challenged by over a dozen individuals and groups, and that the government is trying to cross a line that they “shall not pass.”
Our governance and education is swiftly moving toward a tyrannical system of oppression and malevolent malfeasance, and we need to stand up to it, or face a generation or more of misery.
On March 22nd, Steven Crowder was live at SMU. After the show, a young man who identified as a protest sign asked if he should have kids in a time when you are accosted for your believes. Crowder at one point states that “Fear is not bad, how you handle it is.”
I know all of you are afraid. I have been too. You think then when I took the petition to appeal at the Court of Queens Bench, the first challenge of it’s kind in Canada, that I wasn’t afraid? Do you think the School District didn’t WANT me to be afraid? Why do you think they said they were going to come after me for ‘hours of time’ spent on evaluating the petition? Why do you think they threatened a teacher who witnessed the petition? How about the ridiculous accusation that somehow I was defaming an institution and a policy? They did this because, like every corrupt and dictatorial governing body in human history, they know that fear is the most likely tool to keep the populace in line.
So how do you know if you are handling the fear correctly? The way I measure it, is are you brave enough to risk your own health and reputation to protect and serve another, or are you taking the cowards route of saving your own skin?
John 15:13 – Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends.
If you are able to overcome your fear, to help another, than I say you are handling the fear correctly. Who is more deserving of selfless bravery than your children? Who better to stand up to than those too cowardly to protect your children from those who wish to harm or use them?
Don’t forget, most times, they are more afraid of you, (or their superiors) than you are of them. Paranoia is fear on steroids, and who is more paranoid than a dictator afraid of losing their power. When you stand up to a bully, he realizes that fear can no longer be used against you, and he is the one who becomes afraid. There is no greater evidence of this, than to see how vilely they came after the Include Parents campaign, and the level of fear that was expressed at the thought of myself getting elected to the School Board. (They were really sweating that one.)
Take courage fellow parent, and don’t take garbage from anyone. Your children are quite literally your birthright. Literally yours, by birth, and no sycophantic bureaucrat has any right to tell you how to raise them, especially when they want to subject them to abusive ideology like prepubescent transgenderism.
Take courage, or you just might find you have no children or grand children; whether by fear, by abusive sterilization, by suicide, or by tyrannical kidnapping.
The truth is, concepts affirming gender confusion are far more dangerous and abusive than providing counseling to a child to act and behave as what they are. Unless a child has an intersex defect, (and even then you better have a pretty strong argument to present,) there is no justification for trying to convince the child they are the opposite gender. Saying transgender children are 40-80% (that is just how widely the stat varies) more likely to contemplate suicide, and then pushing them to become transgender and ‘affirm’ it as a means of mitigating risk is utterly idiotic.
People who don’t wear seat belts are substantially more likely to die in a serious car accident than than those that do. When someone says they don’t like to wear a seat belt, because they are uncomfortable, we don’t affirm that belief and tell them not to wear one. We don’t force everyone else to take the belt of their children if they even so much as hint at it being uncomfortable. That would be neglect. That would be abuse, and it most certainly isn’t the solution to reducing serious car accident deaths.
So, when parents see a program like SOGI, and the clear signs of child abuse, (some might say child sexual abuse, but that depends on how you define sexual abuse,) and that it is being not only endorsed via policies like 622 by their schools, but enforced under law and threat of penalty, they are rightly and justly outraged.
Parents saw the clearly abusive, secretive, and subversive program being injected into schools, and saw the deliberate lies by self proclaimed ‘experts’ telling them that what was plainly in front of them is the exact opposite of what they see. “This is about protecting the kids, and your a bigot,” was the only answer they got. One can see why parents have so vehemently fought the ‘education’ system, and will continue to fight. Children are not guinea pigs for social experiments. One would do will to prepare for things to heat up again soon. Not even -38c will stand in their way.
An interesting note on forced political correctness, and it’s link to radicalization on all sides.
Here is a fact that’s gonna sound ragingly controversial but is not, and that is that capitalist societies are better than communist ones. If you doubt it, then just ask yourself the question, would I rather live in South Korea or North Korea. Would I rather live in West Germany in the 1970s or East Germany or in the 1960s? I submit that this is actually not a controversial statement, but in university campuses, it would be considered flamingly radical.
Here’s another one. Men and women are not identical in their life priorities, in their sexuality, in their tastes and interests. This is not controversial to anyone who has even glanced at the data. The kind of vocational interest tests of the kind that your high school guidance counselor gave you were given to millions of people, and men and women give different answers as to what they wanna do for a living and how much time they wanna allocate to family versus career and so on. But you can’t say it. A very famous person on this campus did say it, and we all know what happened to him. He’s no longer, well, he is on this campus, but no longer in the same office.
Here’s a third fact that is just not controversial, although it sounds controversial, and that is that different ethnic groups commit violent crimes at different rates. You can go to the Bureau of Justice Statistics. Look it up on their website. The homicide rate among African Americans is about seven or eight times higher than it is among European Americans. And terrorism, go to the Global Terrorist Database, and you find that worldwide the overwhelming majority of suicide terrorist acts are committed by Islamist extremist groups.
If you’ve never heard these facts before and you stumble across them or someone mentions them, it is possible to come to some extreme conclusions, such as that women are inferior, that African Americans are naturally violent, that we all ought to be Anarcho-capitalists and do away with all regulation and social safety nets, that most terrorism in this country is the fault of Muslims. These are unwarranted conclusions because for each one of these facts there are very powerful counterarguments for why they don’t license racism and sexism and Anarcho-capitalism and so on…
Now let’s say that you have never even heard anyone mention these facts. The first time you hear them, you’re apt to say, number one, the truth has been withheld from me by universities, by mainstream media, and, moreover, you will be vindicated when people who voice these truths are suppressed, shouted down, assaulted, all the more reason to believe that the Left, that the mainstream media, that universities can’t handle the truth. So, you get vindicated over and over again, but, worst of all, you’re never exposed to the ways of putting these facts into context so that they don’t lead to racism and sexism and extreme forms of Anarcho-Libertarianism. So, the politically correct Left is doing itself an enormous disservice when it renders certain topics undiscussable, especially when the facts are clearly behind them because they leave people defenseless the first time they hear them against the most extreme and indefensible conclusions possible. If they were exposed, then the rationale for putting them into proper political and moral context could also be articulated, and I don’t think you would have quite the extreme backlash.”
– Steven Pinker