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Monday, January 25, 2016

Governments in Canada to Ban the Words "Mother" and "Father" in Schools. Imitating European countries?

Ontario MPPs approve removing words mother, father from government forms

Alberta, Canada's Progressive New Government Bans the Words "Mother" and "Father" in Schools

Now that progressives have consolidated their power over schoolchildren, you'd better not be overheard in the hallways saying, "So's your mama." 
It's "So's your caregiver."
Now, has this kind of B.S. happened somewhere else?  
Yes, it has, in Sweden.
Alberta and Ontario are trying to imitate frigging Sweden...who replaced him or her with...HEN.
And how is f*cked up progressive Sweden doing these days, with all the changes to their national identity? 
They just went stupid over there, all thanks to idiotic, unnecessary twisted beliefs, promoted by a anti male agenda, which if you really think about is self destructive.

We wrote about this a while back, warned that it will just a matter of time before our own "progressives" would try to bring this crap here...And we where right.
Sweden's curse; radical feminism coming to a Canadian school near you.

To be fair, Sweden is not the only one going to the craps because of progressive, or left wing policies, others are trying to "accommodate micro minorities" at the expense of tradition stable lifestyle for families, kids and even a nations prosperity.

As for Alberta's NDP, they better enjoy their miraculous 4 years in office, because that's all they are going to get. 
It's not that anyone is against protecting human rights, it has absolutely nothing to do with that, this is about doing it for one at the expense of sanity. When you go this far, you enhance resentment, and that has a tendency to promote hatred. It's just not good policy, as we can clearly see with what's happening to countries like Sweden.

Progressive, liberal, feminism, left wing, are no longer in control of their own ideals, it has been take over by those who are imposing their own "personal" twisted views. I remember a few years ago talking to a staff member of a Senator in Ottawa, I was referring to the left going bananas and they kept on saying this was not who the left really was. So I asked, "if you know this is going the wrong way, why aren't you saying something about it?" No answer.

Nowadays, these same people will try to shut any opposing ideas by saying people who do not agree with them have some kind of phobia. No one wants to step on anyone's rights, but we certainly don't want our own stepped on for the benefit of others.
Where is getting rid of words like mother, father, him, her, advancing anyone? 
On the contrary, what it does is divide us even further. 

Kids have to be thought, and given a certain path to follow, getting rip of some words that have been around since the beginning of civilization, and changing them overnight, does not promote equality, it only produces confusion in them.
Whatever a families composition, these types of changes must not be "imposed" by the state, it has to be handled by the parents, otherwise, the confusion in kids develops into uncertainty, and that usually lead to mental disorder, and in some cases suicides. Maybe that's why teen suicide is on the rise.

Families, Parents, handling the raising of their own kids got us to where we are today, which is not such a bad place. 

Now that the state has stuck there noses where it does not belong, in every aspect of our lives, society is in a tailspin to nowhere or better yet, on a path to destruction.

We seen what happens when the state takes over the raising of children over the wisdom of parents and families...

It used to be: "Heather has two mommies."
Now, it's: "Heather has two non-gendered and inclusive caregivers."
That's the language the New Democratic Party government in Alberta, Canada, is telling teachers and school administrators to use when adressing the adults with whom students are living. Out: "mother" and "father." In: "parent," "caregiver," "partner," whatever.
And God help you if refer to one of the little rascals as "him" or "her."
- See more at: http://iwf.org/blog/2799131/Alberta,-Canada's-Progressive-New-Government-Bans-the-Words-%22Mother%22-and-%22Father%22-in-Schools#sthash.ohGvWIBx.dpuf

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