Seven things you must know about the Safe Schools Program
- Category: Safe Schools (Paedophile) Program
- Created: Thursday, 17 March 2016 00:39
- Written by Postlight Mercury
On and on it goes: www.safeschoolscoalition.org.au/resources
Two. The SSC program is about radically transforming our schools, our children, and our society. A major player behind the SSC, Roz Ward (see more on her below) has produced all sorts of material which would shock most parents.
For example, consider the glossy, full-colour 36-page booklet, Stand Out. It is a real eye-opener, and you all should have a careful look at it. Consider just one item, as found on p, 6: The idea that boys and girls should be able to use each other’s toilets is pushed here: “Transphobia can also include specific restrictions on the way that students are allowed to express their gender; things like which uniform you’re allowed to wear or toilets you can use at school.”
Moreover, the SSC is constantly linking to all sorts of web pages, sites and resources which would also utterly shock all parents. One site regularly referred to is the Minus18 website. Their page on how to bind your chest is a real eye opener. It goes on to link to other sites such as “The Tool Shed,” an international erotic toy store. Because of public pressure, that link has now been removed from the SSC site. It was found here:
Three. Then there is all the helpful (not) information on how students can engage in all sorts of questionable activities, such as how to cross dress:
We also have on the SSC site a page devoted to the children’s book, The Gender Fairy. The page begins with these words: “Only you know whether you are a boy or a girl. No one can tell you.” The book is “for young children aged four years+” and the page goes on to say this about it:
Four. We also need to look at some of the chief driving forces behind the SSC. One of the major groups undergirding the SSC is the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society (ARCSHS). And one of its main figures is La Trobe University sexologist, activist and Marxist, Roz Ward.
She is described as follows on the La Trobe site: “Coordinator, Safe Schools Coalition Victoria, College of Science, Health and Engineering, School of Psychology and Public Health, Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society”.
At a conference on Marxism last year in Melbourne she bragged about how she developed the SSC for the express purpose of implementing Marxism in the classroom. She has repeatedly spoken about how she wants to use the school system to agitate for Marxist economic and social policy. Said Ward:
And again: “Apart from social stigma and discrimination, almost every single structure in society is set up to accommodate only two possible genders, male or female. Everything from the toilets we use, the school uniforms, changing rooms, all official documents, passports, the process is that you go through airports, everything is divided into these two limited gender options.”
Five. Watch out for the paedophile connection. As we dig deeper into this nefarious program, we find all sorts of very disturbing connections, including the truth that those advocating for paedophilia have been active in the groups behind the SSC. Consider this from today’s newspapers:
Six. Let the students in the schools and their parents speak for themselves. Consider what the students are saying. One 15-year-old Victorian school girl said this:
And parents are also greatly concerned about all this. Here is just one of them:
“I am shocked that my child’s primary school Marrickville West Public School has joined the Safe School Coalition! Our school is full of minority communities. Why should the LGBTI community have an anti-bullying program exclusively aimed at their needs? I am disappointed that I was not informed of this drastic change in my child’s school. I have a right to know what my child is being taught!”
Seven. We have a number of terrific Coalition MPS really running strong with this issue now, calling for the program to be axed, or at least certainly defunded. Mention has already been made of all the terrific work folks like George Christensen have done to alert the public to this toxic program, and to seek to curtail it.
Also, Tasmanian Liberal Senator Eric Abetz just said this: “My mind is made up: the so-called ‘Safe Schools’ programme is a bad programme based on advancing Marxist ideological interests, according to its own architect. It should be core business for every teacher in every school in Australia to stamp out bullying irrespective of its motivation. The programme should be abolished.”
And, “Barnaby Joyce will personally lobby Simon Birmingham to rein in the contentious Safe Schools Coalition anti-bullying program amid backbench outrage over the Education Minister’s ‘whitewash’ review of the scheme and claims one of its key proponents is a ‘pedophile advocate’.”
Sadly, there are hyper-left activists like the opposition leader Bill Shorten and the Victorian Premier who have fully defended this monstrous program. Concerning the latter, he just recently said this: “Anti-bullying program Safe Schools will continue in Victoria even if it loses Federal Government funding, Premier Daniel Andrews has promised. . . . Mr Andrews said if the Federal Government did cut funding for the program, the State Government would make up for the shortfall in Victoria.”
Right now the Federal Government is rightly looking into institutionalised child abuse. By every account, the Safe Schools program amounts to little more than this very thing – the institutional abuse of children in the name of radical minority group activism.
Any program this radical, this dangerous, and this controversial must be carefully examined before being allowed to go any further. Australian taxpayers deserve at least that much. Given the toxic and depraved nature of this program and so many of those radical groups associated with it, it should be immediately suspended, until a full and proper inquiry into it takes place.
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