Two sets of parents have filed a lawsuit against a school district in Wisconsin over a policy that reportedly allows students to change their name and gender pronouns without parental consent.
The parents filed the complaint in Wisconsin Circuit Court on Nov. 17 against Kettle Moraine Middle School, their names being redacted in the documents released to the public.
According to the complaint, one set of parents had a 12-year-old daughter enrolled at Kettle Moraine Middle School who was experiencing depression, anxiety and questioned her gender.
The parents sought counseling and wanted their daughter to be referred to by her birth name and female pronouns. However, the school replied that they would identify her by her chosen name and pronouns instead.
Although the daughter has since “changed her mind about wanting to transition to a male identity,” according to the complaint, the parents believe the school engaged in a “significant breach of trust” and have transferred her to another school.
Many of you may have never heard of Tamara Lower or know who she is. She is a motivational speaker and the founder of a money-making how-to course called Kingdom Builders. She regularly twists the Scriptures to make egregious claims such that God desires for all of us to be wealthy and rich and claims that she will teach you from the Scriptures how to do so if you will sign up for her academy. Lowe has a podcast on Charisma News
According to CBN, Lowe had a rough childhood which she was ultimately brought out of.
Tamara lowe grew up on the streets of New Orleans. At age 10, she was taking drugs. She became a drug dealer at 12 and dropped out of school in the eighth grade. For the next decade, she went from one drug-induced high to the next. Then, Tamara had a life-changing transition – she got motivated.
She claims she has worked face to face with many well-known celebrities and world leaders, including Ronald Reagan, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, George HW Bush, and Bill Clinton, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Canadian Prime Minister Joe Clark, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, Billy Graham, Colin Powell, Joe Montana, George Foreman, Goldie Hawn, Charlton Heston, Bill Cosby, Christopher Reeve, Rudy Giuliani, Mary Lou Retton, and Mother Teresa.
Tamara Lowe is a false teacher. She teaches a false gospel–the Word of Faith and Prosperity Gospels as well as a heresy called Positive Confession. Positive Confession is the practice of speaking things into existence or using the power of your words to create and manifest your desires. Lowe is on The Elijah List, a forum for New Apostolic Reformation false prophets to proclaim what “God has told them.” Lowe prophesied the following:
Bioweapon Contracts Exposed: Pfizer Making Billions Off EU Tyrannical Mandates
We are learning more about the perpetrator of the Waukesha massacre, including his arrest for battery in Fulton County, Georgia:
Police say the man accused of plowing into a Christmas parade in Wisconsin and killing six people was arrested in Union City earlier this year.
Police say Darrell E. Brooks, 39, drove his SUV through a parade in Waukesha last weekend. Five adults and an 8-year-old boy were killed and at least 60 other people were injured.
Brooks has been charged with five counts of intentional homicide, and prosecutors are expected to file a sixth charge.
A witness told police he heard Brooks hitting his girlfriend through the wall. The witness said he confronted Brooks, who then called the police and claimed the witness was harassing the couple.
Police were able to determine that Brooks was the aggressor and that his girlfriend had injuries consistent with domestic abuse.
Brooks was taken to the East Point Jail. It’s unclear what happened to the case after that or if Brooks was convicted of anything.
The New York Post did a deep dive on Brooks that found “his life of crime started 22 years ago when he was just 17 years old.” Among other charges, “in July 2020, he fired a gun at his nephew during a fight over a cellphone,” and police “found Brooks with a stolen Beretta 9mm handgun and a clear plastic baggie with three multi-colored methamphetamine pills inside.” Considering that Brooks was already a convicted felon, prohibited from possessing a firearm, you might think this incident would have resulted in a long prison sentence. Instead, “he was released in February 2021 on a $500 bail,” which is when he went to Georgia and was busted for beating his girlfriend in a motel about 10 miles from the Atlanta airport. With charges pending in Georgia — where officials apparently didn’t realize Brooks was wanted in Nevada for violating terms of his release as a convicted sex offender — Brooks returned to Milwaukee, where he soon committed further violence:
Brooks allegedly accosted the woman and knocked her cellphone out of her hand and then went after her in his Ford Escape when she fled.
He caught up with her at a BP gas station about a half mile from the motel and demanded she get in his car, court records allege. When she refused, he struck her in the face and then ran her over with his car, leaving the woman with “swelling to her lip and dry blood on her face” and “tire tracks on her left pants leg,” police said.
The ex-girlfriend later told cops that Brooks had allegedly threatened to kill her on multiple occasions, had previously tried to choke her and was jealous and controlling, according to police reports obtained by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Brooks denied the allegations and suggested to police the woman made them up because she was drunk.
He ended up being charged with recklessly endangering safety, bail jumping, battery and disorderly conduct in the incident but was given an “inappropriately low” bail of $1,000, Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm later said, leaving him free to wreak havoc on the Christmas parade about three weeks later.
So here is the timeline:
- July 2020: Fires gun at nephew in Milwaukee.
- February 2021: Released on $500 bail.
- May 2021: Arrested for battery in Georgia.
- November 2, 2021: Runs over girlfriend in Milwaukee.
- November 19, 2021: Released on $1,000 bail.
On the day of his murderous rampage, Nov. 22, was again engaged in domestic violence, attacking an ex-girlfriend in Waukesha. She was seen “running away from him with a black eye just moments before the carnage unfolded.” Before police could respond to that attack, Brooks had fled the scene, and ignored officers who tried to stop him as he plowed through the parade route, killing six people and injuring dozens more.
“The leadership of some countries is finding scapegoats to deal with what is a worldwide problem,” the minister said. It has now become obvious that the vaccines do not work and that so-called “boosters” will be made mandatory.
Passport-holders from South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho, Eswatini, Mozambique and Malawi are now banned from entering the EU.
It’s the usual narrative of ‘breakthrough cases’ meaning that vaccines do not work as advertised
The new Omicron variant was first reported to the WHO from South Africa on 24 November. A South African ministerial advisory committee member Prof Ian Sanne suggested that these were merely “breakthrough” cases and that the effectiveness of jabs were no different in other countries.
“In terms of vaccine effectivity, there is an indication of an increase of percentage of cases identified that are indeed due to breakthrough infections, within groups that have been previously vaccinated. This rate is higher than it was previously. But we have every indication that the vaccines are still effective in preventing severe disease and/or complications.” As is seen all over the world, the infection rate is currently 4:1 in favor of the vaccinated.
The four individuals infected with the new strain had been fully vaccinated, according to an official statement from the Botswana government. And those who had had close contact with these individuals “have no Covid-19 symptoms and have tested negative for Covid-19”.
‘Storm in a teacup’
The chairwoman of the South African Medical Association Dr Angelique Coetzee said it was too early to assess the impact of the B.1.1.529 variant. She described the reaction from the EU, US, UK and Canada as “a storm in a teacup” and the travel restrictions as “hasty”.
Coetzee told BBC News: “We think it is a premature decision that has been taken, I think it is a hasty decision. So far what we have seen is very mild cases. [I’m] not sure why we are all up in arms.
“We know there are a lot of mutations but no-one can tell us at this stage if it means something, or if it is just going to fade away. We just don’t know,” she added. South Africa’s Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor agreed that a flight ban “seems to have been rushed”.
The ‘variant’ coincides with the need to sell booster shots
Just days ago, the EU had recommended that its member states allow the Corona certificate to expire nine months after the second jab. According to a press release, more than 650 million digital Covid certificates have now been issued in the EU. The communication coincides with the news of the “new strain”.
The Commission is now proposing to focus more on a “person-to-person” approach to travel measures and recommended setting a standard recognition period for a health pass of nine months from the first vaccination. The EU Commission explained the recommended time limit of nine months as follows:
“The 9-month period takes into account the guidelines of the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) for the use of booster doses from the sixth month and provides an additional period of three months to ensure that national vaccination campaigns are adjusted and citizens have access to booster doses.”
EU Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders said this was decided because of booster vaccinations, which, according to Reynders, are essential for combating the virus. A unified agreement on this proposal is therefore “of crucial importance for the coming months and the protection of the free movement of citizens”.
Stella Kyriakides, Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, claimed in a press release that, according to her assessment, there were still too many people who were not “protected”. She said the EU urgently needed “to achieve significantly higher vaccination rates” as well as to “strengthen our immunity through booster vaccinations”.
Scaremongering continues as citizens reject draconian measures
Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo told a press conference that this new strain heralded the arrival of “Covid-21” in an effort to sow panic. “You could say that this is Covid-21 instead of Covid-19: it is three times more infectious than the original virus,” De Croo said. Belgian scientists have confirmed that the variant originated in Botswana.
His fear mongering comments should be seen against the backdrop of growing revolt against his administration’s health measures. Just days ago, tens of thousands of protesters descended on Belgium’s capital Brussels to reject anti-Covid measures. The protest left three police officers and one demonstrator injured.
The uprising came just hours after Germany looked set to follow Austria’s example in making the shots compulsory.
Mass demonstrations against arbitrary restrictions have taken place in Austria, Switzerland, Croatia, Italy, Northern Ireland, Australia and the Netherlands, days after Dutch police opened fire on anti-health-pass protesters.
New Delhi: Over three months after the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) began its crackdown on European children’s literature and destroyed 5,000 books for being “offensive” to indigenous people, the body has again sparked an uproar for having withdrawn its support for a book club event with Nobel Peace Prize winner Nadia Murad, fearing it could “offend” Muslim students.
The event was supposed to carry discussion on two books in presence of their authors — Marie Henein’s ‘Nothing But the Truth: A Memoir‘ and Nadia Murad’s ‘The Last Girl: My Story of Captivity, and My Fight Against the Islamic State‘.
The board said it has withdrawn support to hold the October event with Henein, the daughter of Egyptian immigrants and one of Canada’s most prominent lawyers, because her book was “problematic” as she “defended” former CBC host Jian Ghomeshi when he was accused of sexual assault.
For Murad’s event, which was to be held in February 2022, the board said the book written by her could “promote Islamophobia” and “offend” their Muslim students.
Murad, a Yazidi human rights activist, was 19 when she was taken as a sex slave in 2014 by the Islamic State militants who invaded her village in northern Iraq.
In another explanation from the board, TDSB spokesperson Ryan Bird told The Globe and Mail, “There seems to have been a misunderstanding because the ‘fairness’ department does not review and approve books for book clubs”. He also explained that “the two books were nevertheless examined by the members of the council, as is the practice, in order to decide or not their distribution to the pupils”.
What writers say
Started by Tanya Lee, four years ago in 2017, the book club “A Room of Your Own”, invites young girls aged 13 to 18, from various secondary schools and allows them to read a book and then discuss it virtually with the author.
Speaking about the board’s decision, Lee told Helen Fisher, the superintendent of the school, responsible for informing Lee of the board’s decision, “This is what the Islamic State means. It is a terrorist organization. It has nothing to do with ordinary Muslims. The Toronto school board should be aware of the difference”.
Following this, Fisher sent her a copy of the board’s policy on selecting equitable, culturally relevant, and responsive reading materials.
This is the first time the board has ever rejected an event organised by her book club, Lee said.
Henein has expressed her disappointment with the board’s decision to disallow students from participating in the event. She wrote, “There are words to describe that kind of attitude. Misunderstanding is not one of them”.
(CN) — U.S. authorities have charged Apollo Quiboloy, the charismatic leader of the Philippines-based megachurch the Kingdom of Jesus Christ, The Name Above Every Name and eight other church officials on suspicion of running a sex trafficking ring.
According to the just unsealed indictment issued Nov. 10, Quiboloy and at least two other church administrators recruited young women “typically between the ages of 12 and 25” to serve as “pastorals,” preparing meals for, cleaning and massaging Quiboloy. The church leaders also forced pastorals to have sex with Quiboloy in an activity they dubbed “night duty.” Some of the women who performed “night duty” were under 18 and did so “under the threat of physical and verbal abuse and eternal damnation.” Those who hesitated were told they “had the devil in them.”
Quiboloy and other church administrators told the pastorals “that performing night duty was ‘God’s will’ and a privilege, as well as a necessary demonstration of the pastoral’s commitment to give her body to defendant Quiboloy as ‘The Appointed Son of God,'” according to the indictment. Pastorals who satisfied Quiboloy were rewarded with money, use of a cellphone, rides on private jets and trips to Disneyland.
According to the indictment, Quiboloy told one victim “that the sex acts were in the Father’s will and that the Father was happy over what the Son was doing.” It charges Quiboloy with having sex with 15-year-old in 2002, a 17-year-old in 2005 and 14-year-old in 2011. In Los Angeles, after seeing one of his victims speaking to another man, he hit and slapped her, then ordered her to go solicit money on behalf of the church.
The new indictment builds on charges issued last year, in which three church leaders in the United States were arrested for bringing members into the country illegally, taking away their passports and pressing them into service soliciting money for a church-run nonprofit. Church workers in the U.S. arranged at least 82 sham marriages to buttress the workers’ immigration status. These “full-time miracle workers,” as they were known, fundraised for the church “nearly every day, year-round, working very long hours, and often sleeping in cars overnight,” according to the new indictment.
The workers told people they were raising money for impoverished Filipino children. In actually, the money went to fund church operations, as well as the church officials’ “lavish lifestyle.”
The Kingdom of Jesus Christ claims to have 6 million members in roughly 200 countries. It owns property throughout the U.S., including offices and residences in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Hawaii. It owns a television station, two newspapers and 17 radio stations throughout the Philippines. It is currently constructing the KJC King Dome in Davao City, which at 75,000 seats will make it the largest indoor-seating arena in the world.
The 71-year-old Quiboloy, founder of the church, is reportedly good friends with Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte. A major contributor to Duterte’s 2016 campaign, Quilboloy even lent the then-candidate his private jet. He has called himself “the appointed son of God” and “the owner of the universe.”
Authorities arrested three of newly charged defendants Thursday in Los Angeles and Hawaii; three had been charged in the original indictment. The other three, including Quiboloy live in Davao City, the third most populous city in the Philippines.
The 42 charges leveled at the nine defendants include sex trafficking, trafficking with respect to forced labor, money laundering, bulk cash smuggling and various conspiracy charges. The sex trafficking conspiracy charge carries a statutory maximum of life in federal prison.
Emails send to the church and its nonprofit requesting an interview went unanswered as of press time.
A Polish Government Official has slammed reports from CNN and the BBC on the ongoing Belarus border crisis for demonstrating left-wing bias.
Poland’s Spokesperson of the Minister-Special Services Coordinator, Stanisław Żaryn, heavily criticized the two articles, saying that the article published by the BBC was “full of bias” and that the CNN article was “absurd”.
The CNN article characterised the migrant crisis on the border with Belarus as a “useful distraction” for Poland’s government, claiming that it has conveniently shifted focus away from domestic disputes, such as the conservative government of the overwhelmingly Catholic nation introducing new restrictions on abortion earlier this year.
The article went on to place a heavy focus on the plight faced by the largely Middle Eastern migrants, who in many cases were allegedly tricked by Belarussian dictator Alexander Lukashenko’s regime into believing they would be provided passage into Europe if they travelled to Poland’s frontier.
In a statement given to Breitbart London, Żaryn described the border situation as “a part of the hybrid war” waged against Western Europe by Lukashenko, who has openly teased EU states by flippantly responding that some of his forces “may” be helping the migrants try to breach the border but that he essentially considered the matter below his dignity.
“Despite such a tense and complex situation, many journalists tend to focus only on one aspect of the whole crisis – a humanitarian one,” Żaryn continued, saying: “They describe individual stories and forget about the broader perspective and Lukashenko’s and Putin’s responsibility and their political objectives.”
The Polish government spokesman earlier criticised CNN on social media, claiming their conclusions were “absurd”, writing: “Belarusian services are organizing massive attacks on our border. We’re dealing with growing aggression.”
Żaryn also took aim at an article published by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) which barely mentioned the role of the Lukashenko regime in fostering the crisis, while seemingly criticising Poland for “pushing back” illegal migrants from their border.
“Dear BBC World, BBC News, this piece is full of bias!” Żaryn wrote.
“Why aren’t not putting any pressure on the Belarusian regime? You are fully aware that it’s Lukashenko who’s playing with the fates of those people, aren’t you?” the Polish official questioned.
“What we’re dealing with here is nothing but a hostile political operation controlled by the Belarusian services, incl[uding] the KGB. And you’re implying that Poland should be criticized?” Żaryn stated, adding with a colloquial touch: “You gotta be kidding me.”
Żaryn claimed that the BBC article “blurs” Lukashenko’s responsibility for the crisis, enabling the dictator to “continue aggression” without any repercussions.
“Lukashenka uses cynically those people to force the EU to withdraw sanctions and legitimise his presidency. He is terrorizing the whole West.” Żaryn wrote.
The latest crisis facing Poland started in earnest early this month, with Migrants amassing on the Belarus side of the border, and in some instances trying to forcefully break through Polish border barricades.
Since then, at least seven police officers have been injured during clashes with migrants, with rocks and “stun grenades” being thrown at officers from the Belarussian side.
Żaryn told Breitbart London: “It is crucial to underline that all these attacks are managed and carried out by the Belarussian services. They group migrants in temporary camps near the border, they give them specific instructions and necessary equipment.”
“Belarussians supervise migrants and prepare them to forcibly push through the Polish border.”
A student has revealed how she was ‘brainwashed’ into joining a South Korean cult who ‘controlled what she did and who she saw’ while on campus at university.
Jess, from Manchester, was ‘vulnerable’ having recently lost her father when she was approached by two strangers from the Shincheonji Church of Jesus at the University of Salford and invited to ‘coffee with god’.
While the meetings simply began as weekly Bible study groups, things quickly evolved and soon Jess found the group was controlling who she saw and what she did.
Speaking to the BBC, she said she became a ‘completely different person’ while in the cult, explaining: ‘Controlling others for me is really out of character, so that’s how far in I’d gotten into being brainwashed.’
APPLE VALLEY, Utah — A FOX 13 investigation has revealed new details about a Satanist author in southern Utah whose writings directly inspired the teenage killer of two sisters in London.
Danyal Hussein, 19, was sentenced last month to 35 years in prison for murdering two sisters in London.
A review of police evidence and his online history shows Hussein carried out the killings by following instructions written by author E.A. Koetting.
Koetting’s real name is Matthew Joseph Lawrence. He is 40 years old and lives in Apple Valley, Utah. The author sells books and courses online, claiming to be able to teach others how to harness black magic and “become a living God.”
“You’re about to learn secrets that most people will never know about Godlike power,” Koetting says in a promotional video, currently displayed on Amazon’s website.
Although there’s no evidence Koetting has ever spoken or met with Hussein, the author’s material openly discusses and promotes murder.
At least one of Koetting’s books prompts readers to follow a specific set of instructions to create a powerful death pact with a demon named “Lucifuge Rofocale.”
Hussein’s murders took place in June 2020, when Bibaa Henry was celebrating her 46th birthday with her younger sister Nicole Smallman. The two met up with friends at a local park to have a picnic.
Three days earlier, surveillance video shows Hussein bought knives and candles at a local supermarket.
According to a copy of the written “pact” obtained by police, Hussein had entered into a demonic contract with Lucifuge promising to “sacrifice” a minimum of six people — “only women” — every six months.
In October, a BBC investigation revealed how the killer spent hours online on a satanic forum, describing himself as a “psychic vampire” who learned his “first ever spell” from Koetting.https://13176f59aa3e98d0407f3017e7e7a847.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html
It’s unclear whether Koetting has ever been under criminal investigation for the content promoted in his books.
This video is an examination of some of the most well-known “magicians” in the world. The video examines many of their “magic” acts. These acts are impossible for a human being to perform without the assistance of a spirit or spirits. The video also shows overwhelming evidence that connects many different “magicians” to demons. The video proves that these “magicians” are really sorcerers who use demonic power to perform their “tricks”. Note: In this video, the term “supernatural” is not used in the strictly theological sense, which would distinguish between the “supernatural” (that which is above nature) and the “preternatural” (that which is beyond nature). Rather, all things that are beyond nature are called “supernatural,” as the term would be understood by the majority of people in the culture.
Your children will need answers to questions posed concerning their world and as believers we have been called to have an answer. One of my faithful commenters has posed this question and I thought it would be nice to answer this question in a blog that could benefit the interracial children of America.
How is a white man defending himself against other white men a flex in white supremacy:
For those of you that are familiar with military tactics of warfare there is a term called collateral damage and another term called traitor. In war, like the civil war there were white people on either side. There were “white traitors” and “white abolitionist.” In the realm of white supremacy the white traitor and the white abolitionist are seen as enemies of the state, basically they were seen as black people.
Some people are questioning the reason behind Kyle Rittenhouse and…
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The couple, who have been dating since 2019, made their first joint American television appearance on the Tamron Hall Show on Friday.Martha Louise reflected on their instant spiritual connection, saying meeting Durek was ‘like finding an old friend.’
Durek is a Los Angeles-based spiritual guide and healer, whose celebrity following includes Gwyneth Paltrow andNina Dobrev.
The royal explained that their bond and long phone calls are what helped them get through their months-long separation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Martha Louise and Durek confirmed that they’ve received harsh criticism and even death threats because of their interracial relationship.The shaman admitted the public outcry was so difficult that Martha Louise told him he should leave her if it was too much for him.
However, he insisted that their love ‘can withstand anything.’
White supremacy is clearly at work and the death threats in 2021 reveal the difficult task of bridging the gap…
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Mazin AbdulAdhim is a Muslim scholar and a prominent leader of Hizb ut-Tahrir Canada who resides in Based in London, Ontario.
On June 18, 2021 Mazin AbdulAdhim posted on Facebook:
Islam forbids Muslims from allowing anyone to occupy lands that were once ruled by Muslims. It is Haram [impermissible] to allow the Zionist occupation to co-exist in our lands. Jews can live under our rule, but they are not allowed to rule over our lands. These are Islam 101 basics.
The rule of Allah (swt) is final. The Hukum of Allah (swt) is that once a land is ruled by Muslims it can never be ruled by anyone else, and Muslims are required to fight to defend that land from occupation until the end of time.