Ontario High Schools Taught to Demonize the Right

The move by the provincial government to include parental input in our public education system is necessary. 

The educational system once promoted free thought and discussion. It once had a strong foundation of academic basics. 

Wynne/Horwath legislation infringed on parental rights. 

  • Bill 13 which destroyed parental rights & religious freedom in Ontario schools.  
  • Bill 171 which abolished the true definition of marriage & family in Ontario law. 
  • Bill 13, the “Accepting Schools Act” which sexualized school curriculum. 
  • Bill 28, which banned the words “mother” and “father” from Ontario law. 

The reason people are upset is because educators and state have infringed too far. 

A full review of what is happening in our public educational system is paramount.  When teachers are giving lessons like this photo demonstrates, there is something seriously wrong. 

No matter where your beliefs fall on the political spectrum, this is outright indoctrination.  

Rather indicative of what was happening in Germany in the 1930’s. 

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  1. Bill 13 which destroyed parental rights & religious freedom in Ontario schools. 
    — There must be no religion taught in public schools, and that includes catholic schools. Religious dogma is unfair, divisive, irrational and illogical. Religion is indoctrination. Good policy based on reason and facts is progressive. This is a good bill.
    Bill 171 which abolished the true definition of marriage & family in Ontario law.
    — The “true definition” is two consenting adults who want to get married. Anything else is just dogma. This is good bill.
    Bill 13, the “Accepting Schools Act” which sexualized school curriculum.
    — This bill is about preventing bullying and teaching acceptance. This is a good bill.
    Bill 28, which banned the words “mother” and “father” from Ontario law.
    — This bill establishes language that recognizes the world as it is. The word “parent” is substituted for the words “Father” and “mother” on all government and school documents or forms. People can still say the words “father” and “mother”. The bill addresses cases where an individual make not have a father, or mother, or may have two mothers, or two fathers. To imply father or mother to some individuals, especially the young may cause them discomfort, or a feeling on not being normal or accepted.

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