Jordan Peterson urges parents to fight radical sex ed: It’s ‘a form of indoctrination’
Schools are pushing Ontario’s sex ed curriculum on students in a “completely reprehensible” way, Dr. Jordan Peterson said in an interview with parental rights advocate Tanya Granic Allen, who is running to be the leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario.
If parents don’t approve of what their children are being taught at school, then “don’t send them to the classes,” Peterson said forcefully.
“Keep them at home,” he suggested. “And take the consequences.”
Governments of the past have been able to provide proper veteran care. So what’s changed?
Earlier this month, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau answered three generations of Canadian Forces veterans who wondered why they have received far less than veterans who came before them: “Because they are asking far more than we are able to give right now” Trudeau told an Edmonton town hall.
The prime minister is wrong, obviously: the government could give more, if it wanted to. But Trudeau can nevertheless be congratulated for finally admitting that the government’s aim is ultimately to minimize its liability to care for all veterans, but particularly those with disabilities and their families. One-time cash infusions, such as the government’s forthcoming $622 million bailout of the military’s chronically underfunded disability pension plan, shouldn’t distract us from that fact.
UN’s Top Children’s Rights Campaigner Was a Pedophile
A “child rights activist” convicted of abusing a 12-year-old boy managed a charity that received hundreds of thousand of pounds from the NSPCC, Barnardo’s, Save the Children and Unicef.
Peter Newell, who wrote a manual on children’s rights published by Unicef, was jailed for multiple counts of historical sexual assault on a child aged 12 when the abuse began.
Justin Trudeau’s ‘unusual’ India visit raises eyebrows, criticised by Canada watchdog
As Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continues his eight-day visit to India, the fact that his schedule includes just half-a-day of official engagements in New Delhi is being described as “unusual” by veteran diplomats and criticised by a Canadian watchdog.
A veteran Indian diplomat said in his long experience with bilateral visits, he had never experienced a trip of this nature, where the visiting dignitary spent so little time in official engagements with counterparts in the Indian government.
‘No Cash’ Signs Everywhere Has Sweden Worried It’s Gone Too Far
“No cash accepted” signs are becoming an increasingly common sight in shops and eateries across Sweden as payments go digital and mobile.
But the pace at which cash is vanishing has authorities worried. A broad review of central bank legislation that’s under way is now taking a special look at the situation, with an interim report due as early as the summer.