This past Saturday, Rachel Notley apparently gave a super speech to the faithful, attacking the policies of the United Conservative Party. Let’s get right into the specifics.
Rachel accused both Brian Jean and Jason Kenney of: “wanting to go back to the same failed (economic) policies that left us the mess that we are currently trying to clean up.” Obviously, that was a lie. Not one of the four UCP candidates wants to go back to the corruption, collusion, and big government/big spend economic policies of the Conservative Party of Alberta.
In fact, later in the speech it becomes very clear that Rachel’s real problem with the UCP is that all four candidates want to reduce public spending. That would obviously mean fewer jobs for her union buddies, and Rachel doesn’t want that! Her preference is to run up a 90 billion provincial debt by 2020. Take that you Millennials!
Then with an almost Trumpian rhetorical flourish, Ms. Notley said that Jason Kenney’s position on parental involvement in their kid’s education is, and I quote……”not just supersized, whatever. It’s super-cruel, it’s super-extreme, and it’s super-backwards.”
Doesn’t Rachel sound super-silly?
But here’s her beef. Alberta Education has ruled that that, when requested by even one student, a school must provide a GSA or Gay Straight Alliance clubs. EGALE, a radical gay rights organization has provided the “guidance” for setting up these clubs. When a student joins a club, parents must not be notified. Agenda anyone?
Mr. Kenney objects. He actually believes that when a child joins a club at school, parents must be notified. In fact, that’s exactly what provincial law calls for. The law states, explicitly, that parents are to be notified of all extracurricular activities that a child is involved in at school. It’s in plain English. National and international law says the same. But apparently, upholding the law is now considered super-extreme!
It gets even nuttier, and unfortunately, sicker.
To supervise the GSA website construction, David Eggen, the NDP Minister of Education, hired his friend; gay rights activist and agitator, Kris Wells. The website was duly launched. Several months later, Theresa Ng, an Edmonton mother and blogger, discovered and reported that there were links on the website to multiple, explicit “resource” sites. That’s X rated explicit. The links taken down. Think I’m exaggerating? Read ALBERTA’S PORN PUSHING POLITICIANS, and follow the links.
But then, Kris Wells, the website supervisor, attacked Theresa Ng for being hysterical and sensationalist. Remember, the website is for children, kindergarten through grade 12.
Kris Wells is still an advisor to the Minister. Ms. Premier; who in your opinion is the extremist here? Kris Wells and David Eggen should both have been fired.
The “moderate” GSA website itself has “educational” information, like the Gender Bannock Bread Person, (above) which deliberately sets out to promote the same gender fluidity confusion as Planned Parenthood’s guide for parents, which suggests the following. Tell your child that: “Boy, girl, man and woman are words that describe gender identity, and some people with the gender identities ‘boy’ or ‘man’ have vulvas, and some with the gender identity ‘girl’ or ‘woman’ have penises/testicles. Your genitals don’t make you a boy or a girl.” (Emphasis mine)
Bet you didn’t know that, did you? Here’s the troubling result of this sick and unscientific crap.
A few days ago, a friend of ours was at an energy industry related conference, and she struck up a conversation with another woman. This woman related that recently, their 10-year-old son had come home from school, and quite concerned asked: “How can I be sure that I’m a boy?”
Really? That poor kid had been deliberately confused and unsettled by Alberta Education propaganda. Our taxes are funding child abuse, and if you care about kids you should be outraged!
Listen, a lot of people in the LGBTQ community are just as appalled by this as you should be. Camille Paglia, a prominent lesbian feminist educator says bluntly, that this fluidity fad is child abuse.
But Rachel Notley’s apparently fine with it because David Eggen is still Education Minister, and Kris Wells is still an advisor. I say again; they should both be fired.
While teaching children to care for other children and adults that are struggling with sexual disorders is a good thing, I’ll take the risk of sounding like Premier Notley herself and say that the agenda driven GSA program is, super-unscientific, super- subversive to parents, super-abusive to kids, and should be super-eliminated.
The only way to fight it is to buy a membership, right now, in the United Conservative Party, or UCP. The deadline so you can vote for the leader is 5 PM, this Friday September 29th.
Again, here’s the link. Join for the kids.
I’m Dave Reesor