Wow! – The Prophesied Madness of State Sponsored Child Abuse has Arrived

Aug 7, 2018 by

by David Robertson, theweeflea:

I’m just about to speak at Creationfest  but before I do so I want to share with you something that was published in The Scotsman today.   Look at the comments section as well – but read the text.   When I warned (‘prophesied’) about this a few years ago I was abused and told I was mad – even by some Christians who told me basically to shut up because I was scaremongering and this would never happen.   (See this article which the Scotsman article refers to and many other articles on this blog – I will put the links at the end of this blog) The reason I have been so persistent on this is because I saw precisely this day coming.


Children from the age of five could be taught in school that they should “decide” their gender. Teachers across Scotland will tell children it’s up to them to decide if they are a boy a girl or if they “don’t like to decide that” from as early as primary one.  Under the draft guidelines created by Education Scotland, NHS boards and the Scottish Government, children will be told in classrooms that “Your gender is what you decide.” The guidelines, set to come into effect in 2019, say, “Your sex is what you are told by a doctor when you are born. Most people are told they are a male child (a boy) or a female child (a girl). “People might think they know your gender because of the clothes you wear or the things you like to do. You are a unique person, you know who you are.”

But politicians and experts have warned that the plans risk confusing young children before they are ready to understand gender and identity. Scottish Conservative education spokeswoman Liz Smith said, “It’s right that we teach children about gender diversity and the meaning of these terms. However, many parents might feel this is too young for their children to learn about it.”

The guidelines will form part of an online educational resource Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood, a teaching resource to be used in schools and early years. •

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