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There are legal tools to stop or fight child sexual grooming in schools


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This came as a welcome surprise to learn there is a national group which has developed some tools to fight back against the SOGI 123 education agenda and grooming of young children in sexual orientation, gender identity and everything that goes with it.  The organization is called Action4Canada and you can read all about it and see some of their legal tools they have.

Notice of Liability to Remove Explicit Books & Radical LGBTQ Learning Resource | Action4Canada

These NOLS or Notices of Liability are legal forms that they make available.

These are excellent tools and this has placed teacher unions, officials, libraries, and others on defence.  The pushback is growing stronger and Action4Canada has the knowledge and abilities to press ahead.   They should be supported in every way possible.

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Action4Canada has created the SOGI/CSE Notice of Liability  advising Trustees, Ministers, Teachers, Librarians etc, that they will be held personally liable for exposing minors to any form of pornography/sexually explicit material, activities or organizations promoting sexual deviancy and the exploitation of minors. Use the NOL and demand that; the SOGI-123/Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) learning resource be immediately and completely removed from libraries and the education system; all of the books listed, including titles by the same authors, be immediately removed; and that all educational facilities including libraries cease and desist promotion of any and all activities, performers and clubs that exploit vulnerable minors.

We also encourage you to further demand a Freedom of Information request for all the details (to include emails, attachments and any other correspondence of who approved these books, as well as the grounds for this approval, any instructions given from anyone else in relation to this approval, and minutes of all meetings in relation to all such approvals.

Good News: As a result of Action4Canada leaders and volunteers serving the SOGI/CSE NOL and working to bring public awareness to the agenda to sexualize children using the education system and public libraries; the governmentthe teachers union; Reg Krake, Executive Director, of the ARC Foundation; the media (report 1 an  report 2); the BCTLA and the Canadian Federation of Library Associations, are all publicly responding in an effort to defend their position, and thereby exposing themselves to greater liability. It is a criminal offense to sexualize and exploit children, and attempting to disguise it as anything other than this does not change the fact that it is unlawful.

Parents and concerned citizens, we cannot ignore this message. Our children and youth are being subjected to twisted ideologies using social justice as a means to indoctrinate and groom them. From the highly politicized radical LGBTQ agenda to the made-up critical race theory, the government has a target on our children’s heads and we need to step up and put a STOP to it.

 

 

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