The whole of what follows below this paragraph is an excerpt from the website “QMUNITY.” On the website, QMUNITY is billed as “BC’s Queer Resource Centre.” It is good to see them post a warning about syphilis, a notorious sexually-transmitted disease, but it is sad that, in other website pages and in school programs, young people are given the impression that homosexuality behaviour is to be thought of as a harmless or even desirable choice. Continue reading
This video was produced some time ago by the Institute for Canadian Values. Unfortunately confusing messages promoted by some in influence in education make its message still relevant today.
This video, published some years ago by Parents for Democracy in Education, and posted below by permission, is still relevant today. Unfortunately that is partly because the Corren Agreement is still in effect and has influenced education on a continuing basis in British Columbia public schools. Other influences, too, have led to an increased use of the schools to promote harmful propaganda.
Russian officials insist law is not discriminatory
The Associated Press Posted: Sep 26, 2013
[Original title: "IOC 'fully satisfied' with Russian anti-gay law"]
The International Olympic Committee has dismissed concerns over Russia’s law banning gay propaganda, saying it doesn’t violate the Olympic charter’s anti-discrimination clause, and pronounced Russia ready to host the 2014 Winter Games. Continue reading
by Kim Trobee on CitizenLink, Sept. 25, 2013
Former NFL running back and one-time senatorial candidate Craig James was fired Sept. 1 from Fox Sports Southwest for comments he made about marriage. In 2012, James was a candidate for the U.S. Senate seat now held by Ted Cruz. During a debate, James said this:
Same-sex marriage, if someone chooses to do that, that’s them. God’s going to judge each one of us in this room for our actions, but in that case right there, they’re going to have to answer to the Lord for their actions. Continue reading
by C. Gwendolyn Landolt. September 11, 2013.
In June, 2013, the Russian Parliament (Duma) unanimously passed a law, by liberals, conservatives and socialists, which law reflected an 86% consensus by the Russian people.
It was not borne out of hostility towards persons with same-sex orientation as claimed by some. Rather, it was drafted with the intent of protecting the well-being of Russian children. It is in line with the European Convention on Human Rights standards and European jurisprudence. Continue reading
by Peter Baklinski, Aug. 22, 2013
CALGARY, August 22, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Canada’s “parliament of medicine” has decided that it will not change its formal position against euthanasia or assisted suicide, narrowly defeating a resolution that urged the federal government to conduct a large-scale public consultation regarding doctors killing patients as a medical act. Continue reading