September 24, 2019
În Canada, copiii învață lucruri trăznite.
Printre alte nebunii, au lecții obligatorii de inclusivitate.
Învață despre privilegiu, câte feluri de privilegii există și ce fel de om e privilegiat. Bărbații albi sunt cei mai privilegiați, conform manualului.
Aceasta este doar o mostră, vârful unui iceberg abonimabil.
Copiii învață, de la vârste fragede, despre homosexuali, sex oral, anal și sunt încurajați să se masturbeze.
Dacă vă întrebați cine a introdus această programă școlară…ei bine, numele lui este Benjamin Levin și a fost condamnat pentru pedofilie.
Despite efforts by the Liberal government to distance itself from suggestions that disgraced bureaucrat Benjamin Levin had a hand in crafting the sex-ed curriculum, there’s ample evidence he put his fingerprint on what Ontario children learn in the classroom.
Levin — a former deputy education minister who is expected to plead guilty to child porn-related charges Tuesday — repeatedly highlighted his role as overseeing curriculum issues.
Între timp, conform Wikipedia, Levin a fost condamnat:
Din biografia sa:
Să revenim la articolul din TorrontoSun:
In a 2009 newsletter, the then-deputy minister said he was “responsible for … everything that they do” and to “implement” the “new” approach.
On March 6, 2009, Levin wrote and signed a memo that put himself in charge of Ontario’s school curriculum.
“Dear colleagues, I am writing to provide an update on our sector’s agenda … I will be filling the ADM (assistant deputy minster) position previously held by George Zegarac … The division formerly headed by George Zegarac will be renamed as ‘Learning and Curriculum.’ It will have responsibilty for curriculum and for Special Education including Provincial Schools.”
Then on April 6, 2009, Levin penned a memo saying, “Today, the ministry released its new equity and inclusive education strategy paper … This provincewide strategy has been a priority for our Minister of Education Kathleen Wynne and me.”
On June 24, 2009, Levin wrote that the “Realizing the Promise of Diversity: Ontario’s Equity and Inclusive Education Strategy” sets out a “vision for an equitable and inclusive education system.” He wrote “the principles of equity and inclusive education should be embedded into all aspects of board and high school operations including program, employment, research, curriculum, resources, instructional and assessment practices.”
These memos end the confusion as to just what was his involvement was in the curriculum that expands the traditional two genders understanding to a more “equitable” and “inclusive” six.
In an interview with OISE’s winter 2009 newsletter, Levin said: “I was the deputy minister of education. In that role, I was the chief civil servant. I was responsible for the operation of the Ministry of Education and everything that they do; I was brought in to implement the new education policy.”
The controversial parts has students as young as six learning about “consent” who by 12 are given an introduction to same-sex relations.
Mulți români s-au dus și încă se duc în Canada, crezând că e vreo țară a făgăduinței.
Atenție unde vă duceți copiii la școală!