Managing the opposition

Nov 5, 2019 by

from Voice for Justice UK: This, consistently, is the line the Department for Education now seems to be taking when it comes to handling “difficult” (i.e. non-submissive) parents.  In fact, if anything, their determination to compel acceptance of LGBT life-styles and values seems to be hardening.  This mindset now seems to have been taken over by the Welsh government, which has recently published a Consultation into radical plans to make all children between the ages of 3-16 subject to...

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Mayor won’t apologize for condemning LGBT indoctrination as ‘affront to Almighty God’

Oct 30, 2019 by

by Calvin Freiburger, LifeSite: The mayor of a New Jersey township is holding firm against negative reactions to his forceful denunciation of a state law mandating that “LGBT history” be taught in public schools. Democrat Gov. Phil Murphy signed Senate Bill 1569 in January, requiring school boards to develop lessons about the “political, economic, and social contributions of persons with disabilities and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people” throughout history. During an August...

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Tolerating the intolerant in the Moral Maze

Oct 25, 2019 by

by Melanie Phillips: On BBC Radio’s Moral Maze this week, we tackled the issue behind the controversy in Birmingham where mainly Muslim parents have been picketing a primary school in protest at its policy of teaching children about gay families. The city council has now applied for a permanent ban on protests at the school gates. The parents have been accused of bigotry and intolerance towards gay people; the school has been accused of bigotry and intolerance towards people with traditional...

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The gloves are off!

Oct 23, 2019 by

By Lynda Rose, Voice for Justice: Birmingham city council has applied to the court to have its injunction banning parental protests outside Anderton Park Primary School made permanent.  In other words, they want a permanent exclusion zone round Anderton where parents will be forbidden to gather – to protest, criticise staff or hand out leaflets (see Guardian report here).  We await the judgment. Anderton is situated in a predominantly Muslim area and, unsurprisingly, has mainly Muslim pupils. ...

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‘Appalling’ sex ed website pulled down following complaints

Oct 15, 2019 by

from The Christian Institute: A council-run sex education website aimed at teenagers has been taken offline following complaints the content was “dangerous and degrading”. Respect Yourself was set up by Warwickshire County Council to be used by teenagers, parents and teachers, and includes graphic descriptions of different sexual behaviours. But following complaints, the council has pulled it down while it conducts a review of the content. ‘Sextionary’ The website included a 47-page...

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“Relationships and sex education” as a tool for mass shaping of a generation’s worldview: can it be halted?

Oct 15, 2019 by

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream: Since the beginning of the year, Anglican Mainstream has posted a steady stream of articles  on the government’s overhaul of Relationships and Sex Education, particularly as the plans affect Primary Schools. The new guidelines have the effect of standardising across the nation what many schools have being putting into practice already for some years: under the guise of promoting “British values” of “tolerance” and “inclusion”, and in an effort to prevent...

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