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The Alberta K-4 draft curriculum, dangerous people, and the new caste system.

I’ve decided the best way to convey my concerns with the curriculum rewrite is through video, and for those that just want the highlights, I’ve included the outline I used to make the video. Not as much is conveyed, but you get the basic idea of where I am going with the video.


Curriculum meeting opened with a first nations land acknowledgment.

Host spoke of a process to nominate ‘experts’ who helped write the curriculum. No details on who or how were given.

The draft was divided into 5 sections. Math, arts, science, health, and social(ism).

Each section was essentially set up to show goals of concepts conveyed, what vague general items they were trying to convey for those goals, and what the students were supposed to take away from those conveyed concepts.

Arts and Social(ism) were clearly the focus, and Math and Science appeared to be the smallest. (I may be wrong on Math, but it was a small section of the wall, and I didn’t have time to go over it.)

The entire process seemed to indicate to me that they were not really interested in changing anything substantial, just that they wanted to gauge how well it would be received, and change some of the wording to be “more positive” and acceptable when they come out with the next draft.

The intent of the new curriculum seems to be focused on 3 main points:

  1. Changing from the Ministry of Education, to the ministry of parenting.
  2. Infusing identity politics, ‘diversity’, ‘inclusion’ and native spiritual and cultural traditions into everything.
  3. Rewriting society and throwing out all standards of civilization for the establishment of a single world wide socialist state. Your children are the revolutionary agents of change to be the foundation of fodder for the new society.

The meetings were not set up for you to have any sort of reasonable amount of time to give proper feedback. I went to both sessions, and was only able to cover a “Cole’s Notes” overview of about half of it. Each 1.5 hour session had .5 hours of introduction (,including the first nations spiel,) and explanation of what it was they were allowing us to see.

Here is what I got from the individual groups:

1. Math

Didn’t have time to cover it. Appeared to be small, and given what I know of the “new math,” did wish to waste what little time I had on it.

2. Arts.

Clearly their main focus. Massive section. Outpaced all the other groups by several pages of objectives. What better section to incorporate culture and traditions than in the arts. Didn’t go over it.

3. Science

I had the least issue with Science, and the answer I got to questions were direct and refreshing. No attempts to deflect or imply that I was reading into it things that were not there. The main issue I had was a section on energy, and interconnections between all living things, and a deliberate injection of first nations traditions in the ‘science’.

4. Health

Health is where you really see their focus on becoming parents. I was surprised a potty training session wasn’t on the list. Issues of consent are in every grade. Implicitly in K and explicitly in 1-4. There is also crazy ideas of personal space, and parents needing to get permission from kids. (Even for hugging.) Lot of focus on identity, and mental health. (The kids knowing mental health, not the adults.) And there was something about Digital Citizenship responsibilities in grade 1. Not a fan of the sex ed/puberty talks in grade 4 either. Ya, that was in the old curriculum, (or so I’m told,) but just because it was before doesn’t mean it should be there now.

5. Social(ism) Studies

Global citizenship was a goal in every section, every grade. It was the one thing they wanted kids to believe. They also encouraged kids to be activists, and to set their value based on their identity group. Social Studies had zero history, and the only group that wasn’t included was white people. Social Studies was clearly written by the dangerous people peterson is talking about in the below video.


Other links referenced in the video:

California University Encourages Parents To Let Kids Watch Porn

5-Year-Old Boys In Skirts: UK Introduces ‘Gender Neutral,’ Trans-Sensitive School Uniform Codes

Skirts are cool, boys are told: School bans shorts in summer in favour of ‘gender neutral’ uniform policy

WALSH: We Could Reclaim The Culture If We Had Even A Tiny Bit Of Courage

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C.P.O.S. – Protect: The Sex Ed Walk Out & Bill 24

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.

“Protect”

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.

This brings us finally to the specific details of the “Protect” prong of the C.P.O.S. plan. These details will be available via a permanent page in the top menu later [this week].

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:

  • A list of keywords and phrases that parents need to be aware of, and what actions may be necessary should those phrases come up in a classroom.
  • A pledge to pull your child, or instruct them to leave a class should an inappropriate topic be brought up in class. Along with instructions on how to inform the teachers on the rational.
  • A hotline (email or phone is still to be determined) that parents can contact should a ‘trigger’ topic be discussed, or an incident of prejudice or bias against a student, teacher or staff member, or parent that occur within the district; this would also be available for whistle blowers to expose corruption, malfeasance, or professional incompetence with the district. The CPoSD76 would then help the whistle blower follow proper channels and get protections for the information they are divulging.
  • Simple forms that individuals can fill out, if they wish to request assistance in navigating bureaucracy, knowing specific rights on issues, or understanding policy.

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.

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