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Conservatives Complain Then Comply

09 Sep

This is why conservatism is useless, and reaction is the only way.

*Update: Some good news: One large elementary school in Toronto ended up half-empty on Tuesday due to parents keeping their kids at home.

And our lesbian divorcee premier was upset about it:

Premier Kathleen Wynne said she hopes parents who have concerns won’t do anything rash.

“I think it’s very unfortunate if parents decide to take their kids out of school altogether,” she told reporters at Queen’s Park. “I think that kids lose a lot in terms of the social environment that they would find themselves in the public school . . . but that is parents’ decision.”

 
(Yeah, they miss out on the toxicity of the public school social environment that infects everyone else’s kids, which burns her up.)

So, at least that’s something.

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Posted by on September 9, 2015 in Canada, The Kulturkampf

 

15 responses to “Conservatives Complain Then Comply

  1. Mark Citadel

    September 9, 2015 at 1:18 pm

    There is a limit to what anyone can say of course, but I know there are countries in the world where had this been introduce, there would have been a response which could not have been ignored.

     
  2. Senghendrake

    September 9, 2015 at 2:23 pm

    Call me a pessimist, but I’m pleasantly surprised anyone even complained at all.

    That said, nothing’s going to change as long as SJWs hold an iron grip on organised Education as a whole. So yes, there’s nothing to “conserve” there right now. Even a victory for conservatives would only be a temporary setback until the social engineers inevitably get there way a few years down the line and declare that “the case is settled, there’s no going back, it’s part of our identity as Canadians now” as Whigs always do.

     
  3. ddswaterloo

    September 9, 2015 at 5:26 pm

    Not to go off topic, but this is obliquely related to the issue at hand.

    Namely that we will get no help from respectable conservatives, neither from cuckservatives like

    Chris Alexander, Immigration Minister. THIS is his face book page is chose. Straight out of Camp of the Saints. A more anti-white, Genocidal and offensive page is hard to image.

    This is the face of the ‘Respectable’ Cuckservative. Cuckliberals of course need no introduction.

    https://www.facebook.com/ChrisAlexanderCanada

     
  4. feeriker

    September 10, 2015 at 12:36 am

    No, of course none of these parents are going to pull their children out of government school. To do so would mean one of two things:

    1. Enrolling them in a non-government school, which costs money that these hypocritical dolts would rather spend on higher priorities (e.g., the new car, the McMansion, or the vacation in the Bahamas) than their kids’ education

    or

    2. Homeschooling them, which takes (minimal) effort and (minimal) brain power. YUCK!

    Nope. Best let the little tikes rot and be abused in government indoctrination centers. You can’t beat the price or pass up the free babysitting.

     
  5. Will S.

    September 10, 2015 at 1:30 am

    *Update: Some good news: One large elementary school in Toronto ended up half-empty on Tuesday due to parents keeping their kids at home.

    And our lesbian divorcee premier was upset about it:

    Premier Kathleen Wynne said she hopes parents who have concerns won’t do anything rash.

    “I think it’s very unfortunate if parents decide to take their kids out of school altogether,” she told reporters at Queen’s Park. “I think that kids lose a lot in terms of the social environment that they would find themselves in the public school . . . but that is parents’ decision.”

     
    (Yeah, they miss out on the toxicity of the public school social environment that infects everyone else’s kids, which burns her up.)

    So, at least that’s something.

     
  6. Will S.

    September 10, 2015 at 1:34 am

    @ Mark: Indeed.

    @ SD: The Thorncliffe parents are particularly encouraging, as they kept their word, stuck to their guns.

    May we see much more of their like.

    @ dds: Yep. When Joe Clark answered Pierre Trudeau’s ‘multiculturalism’ bullshit with his ‘community of communities’ crap, it was obvious that nobody mainstream in Canadian politics would ever again question our immigration and multiculturalist policies, alas.

    @ feeriker: Alas, indeed.

     
  7. Eric

    September 10, 2015 at 4:45 am

    Totally typical: look how much political correctness the Bush/Cheney Administration stopped here, though Conservatives controlled the entire federal government for 8 years and Fox News was the #1 rated news outlets. It was like they were caretakers for the Liberals between Clinton and Obama.

     
  8. Will S.

    September 10, 2015 at 10:22 am

    Yep.

    All that ‘conservatives’ accomplish while in power, is allow the left to consolidate their gains.

    They never actually undo anything real that the left has implemented. (They may do symbolic gestures, but that’s about it; nothing substantive.)

     
  9. Will S.

    September 10, 2015 at 10:22 am

    The ratchet effect: only turns in one direction.

     
  10. infowarrior1

    September 10, 2015 at 4:15 pm

    Conservatism is only conserving the last leftism. Which has by then become “traditional”

     
  11. Lucius Somesuch

    September 11, 2015 at 12:12 am

    I note a few things in the article at thestar[dot]com:

    Actually, per what Mark Citadel said above, I’ll start with the apparently Muslim mother at the bottom of the article:

    –‘“Unfortunately, we chose (Kathleen Wynne) and now when she is chosen, she has forgotten all about us,” she said.’

    lzlzolz Well, I’m actually surprised she’s as blunt as that. My sense of Muslim voting is that they’ll support whatever abomination destroys White people fastest, and then burn the offending branches once they own the vineyard. Maybe she didn’t get the memo.

    –“However, boards have said it is impossible for kids not to be exposed to talk about respecting all types of families — including same-sex parents — or gender identity because these topics can come up at any time and are woven throughout the curriculum.”

    Because “gender identity” can come up at ANY TIME in elementary school. Good God. You know, I actually had a Suzie Homemaker brownie oven when I was a little boy. Yeah, I say I did it for the brownies, but who knows. If I were a kid today and I had rich liberal parents, they’d probably have me spayed. And then I’d have to do a Show-N-Tell about it.

    The 28Sherman blog likes to joke (?) about a 70s phenomenon known as “key parties”, which I gather has to do with swinging. I think he’s using it as an in-joke of sorts, not that his parents actually did that sort of thing; but it brings to mind this question– why is some kid’s louche household arrangement entitled to get shoved up the whole class’s nose? “Bonjour, my dad’s le President of the French Republique, he’s knocked up six of his cabinet ministers, that’s what some families are about.” “Hey, shut up Jacques Sarcholeland, your dad’s a perv!” “Mais oui, le douche, maintenant je reporte vous pour bigotre sexuales!”

    The fact some kid has to endure “two moms” does not imply they’re entitled to bear witness and demand respect from their peers. Is Caitlyn entitled to share about mommy’s menstrual blood canvases too? Her bong collection? The PVC catsuit she wears to work? [NB: I knew a girl in grad school who housemated with a stripper who let her seven-year old girl sleep n*ked on the couch.] The inverted cross hanging over my stepbrother Adrien’s cradle? Why are 3rd graders entitled to bear witness about their “parents” screwuperies to the whole world?

    –“Last spring, when some parents kept their children home in a protest, his school was nearly empty. In the new curriculum, puberty is discussed in Grade 4 because children are going through physical changes earlier than they did in the past.”

    I suspect I know which “children” those are. The enriching ones. (Though goodness knows Monsanto probably has something to do with it too).

    –‘In previous years, “we’ve been able to deliver the curriculum to students in acceptable ways,” Crane added. The challenge now is how to deliver the curriculum “without highlighting a lifestyle” but reinforcing that people need to positively co-exist.’

    No we don’t.

     
  12. Eric

    September 11, 2015 at 3:13 am

    Will:
    A great example is legal abortion. When Roe v. Wade occurred in 1973, the Republican Party Convention of 1974 made overturning it part of their platform and it’s been there ever since. Since then, we’ve had 22 years of Republican presidents and 17 years of Republican Congresses, and as far I know, not ONE attempt to outlaw abortion has ever even been proposed.

     
  13. Will S.

    September 11, 2015 at 3:26 am

    @ LS: Minorities vote for leftists, because leftists keep open the immigration floodgates, and keep ‘affirmative action’ / quotas in place, that privilege minorities.

    Their own damn fault if it bites them in the ass, later.

    That’s why while I can, on a case by case basis, admire how certain minorities, esp. religious ones, behave in certain modern-day situations, defending their turf, etc., I see no hope for a long-term coalition / partnership with them, in any real, meaningful way.

    Better to instead simply work on an ad hoc, issue by issue basis, if we can convince them to work with us on individual projects, as the Muslim Thorncliffe parents have shown their willingness, to some degree, to be amenable to such approaches.

    @ Eric: Exactly my point!

    Therefore, Republicans are worthless.

     

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