Latin Mass in Toronto for St. John the Baptist

Latin Mass in Toronto for St. John the Baptist

Wednesday, 3 June 2015

"WE SAY NO" to the radical sex-ed curriculum

The author of Ontario's new radical sex-education and gender theory curriculum on the left in the picture below has now been sentenced to prison (for too short a time) for his perversions which included the making of child-pornography and counselling single mothers to sexually assault their children. The woman on right is Ontario's lesbian Premier who cannot deny the perverts role in her program. The idiot in the middle is a Catholic and the son of Pierre Trudeau. He longs to be Prime Minister.  


Everyday For Life Canada has written:
It's interesting to note that 4,000 parents signing the petition come form Premier Wynne's own riding of Don Valley West. And during the sex curriculum protest week when many parents kept their children home, Thorncliffe Park Public School had over 90% of its 1,350 students absent. Given the number of people that have signed the petition against the curriculum, we should ask a few important questions. Why have most of the media taken the side of the government? Why are Liberal MPPs silent on the issue? Why are opposition party members reluctant to speak up? The government claimed to have consulted just 4,000 hand-picked parents in order to give the green light to the controversial curriculum, but the CFA has presented a petition against it with 185,000 signatures. We know the Premier can shut down her MPPs and even most of the opposition because of her majority in the legislature. However, the number of people who have signed the petition tells a very different story. The Liberal government on this issue has lost the confidence and trust of Ontarians. Sooner or later every MPP from every party, majority or no majority, will have to answer to parents who have signed the petition from ridings across the province. Democracy has to mean doing the will of the people and not the will of the premier, that of the minister of education, the party or the politics of correctness.
This Sunday, June 7, from 2:00 P.M. please visit Queens Park and make this Premier and the rest of these politicians who have been bought and paid for to work against your family know who really holds the cards!


5 comments:

Aloysius Gonzaga said...

Not a single organization on that list which represents the Catholic Church in this province. I guess the message from our bishops is they just don't care.

Lynda said...

I pray good will overcome evil in this fight; and the poor children will be protected from this filth.

Anonymous said...

I love "the idiot in the middle" lol - can I suggest "moron" or is that too uncharitable?

Lou Iacobelli said...

The bishops and those running our separate school boards can do and say what they want. However, Catholic education and denominational rights belong to all Catholics. It's a civil right guaranteed in section 93 (1) of the Canadian Constitution. The only and important question that remains is this: will Catholics defend that right or let secularism and the politics of correctness undo our Judaeo-Christian roots?

Lou Iacobelli said...

The bishops and those running our separate school boards can do and say what they want. However, Catholic education and denominational rights belong to all Catholics. It's a civil right guaranteed in section 93 (1) of the Canadian Constitution. The only and important question that remains is this: will Catholics defend that right or let secularism and the politics of correctness undo our Judaeo-Christian roots?