Maybe you haven’t, but the campaign to re-norm your children has already started—at school.
In January of this year, the managing editor of Vancouver’s homosexual newspaper made a startling declaration: “We will teach your kids the new norms!”
That campaign is not really new; it’s been lurking in the woodwork for at least four years, probably longer.
In 2008, writing in the Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, Catherine McGregor of the University of Victoria published an article entitled “Norming and <Re>forming: Challenging heteronormativity in educational policy discourses” (PDF).
Who is Catherine McGregor? Dr. McGregor is an associate professor of Leadership Studies at the University of Victoria. Particularly interested in promoting the role of teachers, as leaders in schools and communities, on bringing about social and educational change, she says, she represents UVic as a member of the Educational Leadership Network, and is a member of the BC College of Teachers—that’s the organization that violated the free speech rights of BC teacher Chris Kempling, you may remember.
She has clout in the field of public education. She’s also been a member of the NDP for more than 40 years. She is a doctrinaire socialist, so when she writes about “re-norming” the culture, we need to beware. She starts from the position that everything traditional is wrong, wrong, wrong!
In her 38-page treatise in the Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy she clearly wants to re-shape the entire society that our children and grandchildren are going to grow up in. She wants to manipulate their minds and their attitudes, especially about “heteronormativity”.
What is “heteronormativity”?
It’s the assumption, universal in all human societies and cultures for millennia, that the normal or default setting for human sexuality is intimacy and dependence between two individuals, one male and one female.
Under the “new norms” the radical sex activists want to teach to your children, “heteronormativity” is a no-no.
In fact to them, everything “hetero” is a no-no.
Can they “re-norm” the culture? They believe they can, and they’re determined that they will—and you will have no voice nor vote in the matter. Just shut up and let your betters, like Catherine McGregor, tell your children that you’re wrong, wrong, wrong!
Moving from “normative”(that is to say, what has for millennia been regarded as “normal”) to “reformative” policy practices— the prescription favoured by Dr. McGregor and her cadre of revolutionaries prefer — means chucking out what has been normal and stable and replacing it with the acronyms, symbols and perversions of the LGBTTIQQ—regardless of the opinions of students, parents, pastors, priests and more traditional educators. Your betters (the sophisticated intelligentsia) will tell you what you ought to want.
Since the 1960s, educrats like McGregor throughout North America have been promoting the idea that the job of teachers is not to facilitate the transmission of the culture from generation to generation, but to be “agents of social change”.
While we applaud the many teachers who have devoted their lives to serving their communities and assisting parents in raising children to be productive members of society, it’s up to you and me and all our friends to rise up in defence of the qualities that enrich the lives of Canadians such as the traditional family and normal sexuality. The alternative is to lose our children in a swamp of perversion. They deserve better.
Only one federal political party has shown that it’s willing to defend the traditional, married, two-parent (male and female) family: The Christian Heritage Party of Canada.
We know that education is by and large under provincial political jurisdiction and that was one of the reasons our national board recognized the need for the Christian Heritage party to begin to also operate at the provincial level.
In 2011, CHP Canada launched its Provincial Wing agreement allowing its members in each provinceor territory to launch a provincial/territorial party in joint partnership with its federal counterpart to provide a unified strength and to project a strong CHP influence at both levels. Members in BC and Manitoba have already taken that very important step with the formation of CHP British Columbia and CHP Manitoba. .
These partnerships will not only assist in growth and momentum for both the federal and provincial parties but will also provide the much needed Christian leadership that is required at all levels government. The growth of the CHP in its influence on both federal and provincial legislation will act to preserve and protect our Canadian Heritage; it will also improve our education system to ensure a prosperous future for our children and grandchildren.
Let the ‘new norms’ be our willingness to push back the unwise and destructive practices which have overtaken our nation’s schools. Make a statement by becoming a member of CHP Canada and support our efforts to protect children today!