Here in Canada, where outspoken priests and politicians can already be hauled in front of a "human rights" commission for daring to defend traditional values, the government chooses to refrain from loud statements, preparing its reeducation curriculum behind closed doors:
Activists want to celebrate B.C.'s "Corren Curriculum" at this "Social Justice Regional Conference" on February 20th and 21st at the University of the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford Campus. This conference is being sponsored by B.C. teachers' associations. The Keynote Speaker, addressing "Faith & Sexuality," is Alex Sanchez, "who tackles a subject ripped from the headlines in this exciting and thought-provoking exploration of what it means to be both religious and gay."That's the same "social justice" course which teaches grade 12 students to "undertake informed action while at the same time not necessarily waiting until having «all the information»". Vancouver Sun columnist Janet Steffenhagen refers to it as "lessons in Isms": ableism, ageism, anthropocentrism, consumerism, cultural imperialism, extremism, feminism, fundamentalism, heterosexism, humanism, racism, sexism, speciesism - you name it. And, in its best reeducating traditions, the government no longer allows parents to exempt their children from this course - effectively turning public schools into radical leftist indoctrination camps.
This is the laundry list of academic whiners and professional victims - disgruntled leftists and professional protestors who despise Western Judeo-Christian civilization. Most of these terms reflect moral categories that mean nothing to intelligent people. It is a gross violation of the intellectual integrity of a one-year old to impose such drivel on them; even worse to waste the time and intelligence of young adults on such foolishness.