September 30, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The Canadian National Post, which until the advent of SUN news network was thought to be the most conservative national mainstream media outlet in the country, has shocked conservatives by apologizing for running a pro-family advertisement. Moreover, the National Post says it will be donating the thousands of dollars paid for the ad by the pro-family group to a homosexual activist group.Judging from the comments, the newspaper has capitulated once again, altering the text of their apology. (Just sort the comments from oldest to newest.) In the last sentence of the 3rd to last paragraph, the phrase "people who have made choices about their sexuality with which the group disagrees" was apparently replaced with "people with whose sexuality the group disagrees" - to suit the myths propagated by the homosexualist groups that their perverse behavior is their "identity" rather than an intrinsically disordered lifestyle choice.
The ad, sponsored by the Institute for Christian Values, depicted a large picture of a little girl with the header, “Please! Don’t confuse me.” Below the photo, the youngster said, “I’m a girl. Don’t teach me to question if I’m a boy, transsexual, transgendered, intersexed or two spirited.” The ad specifically addressed the Toronto District School Board’s policy of forbidding parents to opt out of its pro-homosexual curriculum.
Friday, September 30, 2011
They apologized for pro-family ad and promised to donate the proceeds from the ad to a homosexual activist group: