COVID jab status is ‘fundamentally private’: Canadian broadcasting watchdog 

EDMONTON, Alberta (LifeSiteNews) – Canada’s Broadcast Standards Council (CBSC) has ruled that one’s vaccination status is “fundamentally private” after judging that an Edmonton radio show host violated a listener’s medical privacy by outing him as unvaccinated live on air. 

In a ruling released last Wednesday, the CBSC found Edmonton announcer Lochlin Cross of 95.7 CRUZ FM (CKEA-FM) did indeed violate the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) Code of Ethics, by divulging a private individual’s “COVID-19 vaccination status” on-air without his consent.  

“The choice of whether or not to be vaccinated has been hotly debated on all media, as has the subject of public and personal recriminations. However, whether one is vaccinated or not constitutes medical information that is fundamentally private,” wrote the CBSC’s seven-member English-Language Panel.  

The council concluded that Cross, “having clearly identified this individual to the public at large,” went on to “discuss the fact that the complainant was not vaccinated.” 

“The revelation of this private, confidential medical information was not only careless but egregious,” the Council wrote.  

Cross outed the vaccine-free listener on air during a February 10, 2022 “Topic of the Day” segment of his The LockerRoom radio show.  

Cross was discussing the lifting of the COVID pandemic restrictions in the province of Alberta with two co-hosts. He noted that he was hesitant to attend a Super Bowl party at which he knew his vaccine-free friend would be in attendance.  

Cross mentioned his friend by his last name, and then later by his nickname, which includes his first name.  The hosts joked together that the “friend” was a good one to have “because he would help you bury a body.” 

6 Things You Should Know About Voddie Baucham

6 Things You Should Know About Voddie Baucham

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By R.L. Stollar, HA Community Coordinator

Due to the controversy over the lack of indictment of Darren Wilson in the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, American Christians are having heated conversations about racism in the United States. One of these conversations was provoked by an article written by Voddie Baucham for The Gospel Coalition. Baucham’s article, entitled “Thoughts on Ferguson”, was immediately criticized by fellow conservative Christian Thabiti Anyabwile. Today four Christian leaders of color — Austin Channing Brown, Christena Cleveland, Drew Hart and Efrem Smith — condemned Baucham for an “assault on black people” that was “dishonoring the image of God in black people, especially at a time when so many black Americans are in pain.”

As all these conversations are happening, it seems a lot of people who didn’t grow up in the conservative Christian homeschooling world are wondering: who is Voddie Baucham? Well, as people who did grow…

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They’re Replacing YOU, Black America

Liberals are screwing over African Americans again, sublimely confident that whatever they do, Democrats will never get less than 90% of the black vote.

In the Buffalo, New York, mass shooting 10 days ago, 18-year-old Payton S. Gendron drove 200 miles to a grocery store jam-packed with the descendants of American slaves and gunned down as many people as he could. But instead of this being an anti-black thing, the media have decided, no, it’s an anti-immigrant thing, based on the shooter’s belief in the “great replacement theory,” which holds that elites are deliberately replacing historic Americans with immigrants.

Trust us, it’s all in his “manifesto” — and no, you can’t see it. What? You don’t trust the media to tell you the truth about the shooter’s motive?

Still, I can’t help but notice that the shooter seemed really intent on killing black people. He drove 3 1/2 hours from Conklin, New York, to get to a city with remarkably few immigrants. Only 10% of Buffalo is foreign-born. But it’s 35% black.

Much closer to Conklin than Buffalo is, for example, Middletown, New York, which is 39% Hispanic and 16% foreign-born. In about half the time it took to get to Buffalo, he also could have driven to Utica, New York, which is 22% foreign-born. And he would have cut his driving time by more than an hour if he’d gone to Schenectady, New York, 17% foreign born.

So why are the media insisting that the killer hated immigrants, when it kinda looks like he mainly hated blacks?

For one thing, midterm elections are coming, and voters are poised to have a say on the fabulous things Biden’s done to our border.

Oh, you think we should have a border? What — do you believe in REPLACEMENT?

Moreover, Hispanics have begun to show a slight — very slight — willingness to vote for Republicans, coinciding with the Democratic Party’s enthusiastic embrace of Black Lives Matter, and thus, black criminality. (It turns out Latinos are generally opposed to getting beaten up and having their money stolen.)

Finally, of course, there’s the fact that Democrats know there’s nothing, absolutely nothing, that will stop black people from voting for them.

Now they’re just showing off. Yeah, Buffalo was a racist shooting — but watch this: We’re going to make it about immigrants, and we’ll STILL get the black vote!

After years of the media trying to turn every single event into proof that white people hate African Americans, at last there’s a monstrous crime where even skeptics say, Yeah, this one was totally about a white guy who hates black people. But the media decided that this week, they needed to juice the immigrant vote.

The madness, the wild upside-down insanity of the media pushing the “great replacement theory” as the motive for the Buffalo shooting, is this: If anyone’s being replaced by immigrants, it’s black people.

Black people have always been here! Heard of the 1619 Project? The thesis and details may be comically false, but it is a plain fact that blacks have been here since 1619. Historic America is not a monolithically white country; it is a biracial country — black and white — and remained so for two centuries, until Teddy Kennedy decided to change it with his 1965 immigration act.

Of the two racial groups that formed 99% of America from the 1600s to the mid-1970s, which one do you think is getting the short end of the stick? The white working class isn’t popping champagne corks over mass immigration, but black people get absolutely nothing out of it.

Rich people, mostly whites, are making out like bandits. Endless low-skilled immigration has finally solved “the servant problem.” By now, so many hardworking Latinos have come in that virtually every upper-middle-class white person has a maid, a nanny and a gardener.

It’s low-wage workers — mostly black men — whose wages have been annihilated by competition from the cheap labor being dumped on the country. Not only have working-class wages gone into the toilet, but a lot of jobs are totally off-limits to black people — because they don’t speak Spanish or Chinese or Tagalog.

For decades now, black professors, the U.S. Civil Rights Commission and ordinary African Americans have been pointing out how immigration hurts them. Democrats don’t care.

And that’s the story of how an unequivocally anti-black mass murder became a crime against immigrants.

More on the real “replacement” next week.

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HUGE! CNN Admits Dominion Voting Software Has Flaws That Can Be Exploited — THEN WHY ARE WE USING THEM?

This is a HUGE development!

CNN on Saturday of the holiday weekend admitted that the Dominion Software has flaws that can be exploited.

Then why are we using them? Are we going to start pretending Democrats don’t cheat?

Federal authorities are finally admitting this. But the same officials told CNN that there is no evidence that the machines were tampered with.

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The Gateway Pundit has been reporting on Dominion for two years now. It appears officials finally admitted something we already knew.
CNN reported:

Federal cybersecurity officials have verified there are software vulnerabilities in certain ballot-marking devices made by Dominion Voting Systems, discovered during a controversial Georgia court case, which could in theory allow a malicious actor to tamper with the devices, according to a draft analysis reviewed by CNN.

The vulnerabilities have never been exploited in an election and doing so would require physical access to voting equipment or other extraordinary criteria standard election security practices prevent, according to the analysis from the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.

But because the subject is Dominion voting equipment, which has been the target of conspiracy theorists who falsely claim there was large-scale fraud in the 2020 election, federal and state and local officials are bracing for election deniers to try to weaponize news of the vulnerabilities ahead of midterm elections.

“While these vulnerabilities present risks that should be promptly mitigated, CISA has no evidence that these vulnerabilities have been exploited in any elections,” reads the draft CISA advisory, which the agency shared in a briefing with state and local officials on Friday.

But CNN and CISA assures Americans that the Dominion software was not tampered with despite the fact that not a single Dominion machine was examined.

Hat Tip CannCon.

Did Biden’s Appeasement of China Cause a Communist Church Shooting?

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical Left and Islamic terrorism.

On May 14, 2022, Payton S. Gendron, a white supremacist, opened fire on black people in a New York supermarket. The next day, thousands of miles away in California, David Wenwei Chou, a militant supporter of Communist China, opened fire in a Taiwanese church.

While Gendron’s mass shooting has been widely covered, with every detail of his manifesto made public, Chou’s motives have received very little coverage. Biden visited Buffalo, NY where the supermarket shooting took place, but has shown no signs of visiting Laguna Woods, CA.

Unlike Gendron, Chou may not have passed around the usual 4chan manifesto, and probably never used Discord or Twitch, but his motives are certainly no great mystery. He had his own manifesto, “Diary of an Independence-Destroying Angel” (a reference to Taiwan’s independence) that he sent to an alleged pro-Chinese paper operating in the United States.

While we’ve been regaled with excerpts from Gendron’s manifesto, the contents of Chou’s manifesto have yet to be printed. And that’s certainly a convenient double standard.

But even without Chou’s manifesto, we know that he had been recruited by Communist China and was a member of a ChiCom front group aimed at the very people whom he set out to kill.

Chou had told a neighbor that he saw himself as Chinese and “strongly believed China and Taiwan were one country”. Notes left behind by Chou referred to the same ChiCom idea. A photo shows Chou next to a banner in Chinese reading, “Swiftly and violently exterminate the independence demons.” The reference was to efforts by Taiwan to maintain its independence.

It’s also typical of the violent rhetoric being directed by China at the people of Taiwan.

Chou had been a director of Las Vegas Chinese for Peaceful Unification where the eliminationist banner in question had allegedly been displayed. The Vegas organization was apparently a chapter of the China Council for the Promotion of Peaceful National Reunification which is run by China’s United Front Work Department.

In 2020, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had announced the designation of NACPU as a foreign mission controlled by Communist China.

“Peaceful reunification” is China’s euphemism for taking over the nation of Taiwan.

A year after Pompeo’s designation, China’s Xi had urged that “compatriots on both sides of the Taiwan Strait, must come together and move forward in unison. We must take resolute action to utterly defeat any attempt toward ‘Taiwan independence.'” And called for “peaceful national reunification” while warning that “no one should underestimate the resolve, the will, and the ability of the Chinese people to defend their national sovereignty and territorial integrity.”

In March 2022, the Communist regime emphasized that it intended to solve the problem of Taiwan “in the new era”: a term widely taken to mean during Xi’s rule.

In April, China’s Los Angeles consul warned that his regime would “reserve the option of taking all necessary measures” in response to, among others, “Taiwanese independence separatists.”

Chou’s attack at the Geneva Presbyterian Church where he opened fire was not a random act.

It was a Communist terrorist attack.

While the mass shooting only killed one person and wounded four others, Chou had made plans for a massacre. He glued the locks and nailed a door shut. He had brought explosive devices and had clearly studied previous mass shootings.

It was only Dr. John Cheng’s heroism in tackling Chou, at the expense of his life, that prevented the Communist mass shooter from racking up a much bigger death toll.

The FBI and local authorities are treating this Communist attack on a church as a hate crime, yet there’s been virtually no national coverage and no action from the Biden administration.

“Beijing’s pro-unification campaign has been sending out dehumanizing languages such as ‘annihilating the people and saving the island’ and dismissing the Taiwanese independence movement as a violent separatist crime,” an academic warned.

Secretary of State Pompeo had warned that China “uses front organizations like the NACPU to advance propaganda and malign influence.”

Even while the Biden administration tries to stamp out domestic free speech under the guise of fighting “disinformation”, it’s dialing back the Trump administration’s efforts against China’s influence operations.

In February, Biden’s DOJ shut down the “China Initiative” while falsely claiming that it had “fueled a narrative of intolerance and bias”. Using leftist talking points, it dishonestly contended that the attempts to stop Communist China’s persecution of Asians in America was somehow connected to a “rise in anti-Asian hate crime and hate incidents”.

The church shooting in Laguna Woods shows however that fighting China’s Communist infiltration saves Asian-American lives.

Numerous Chinese Americans have complained of being stalked, followed, spied on and threatened by ChiCom agents operating in the United States.

This latest attack escalates the assaults and kidnapping plots to Communist terrorism.

Had the Biden administration taken China’s influence operations seriously, the church shooting in Laguna Woods might have been averted. By shutting down the China Initiative, Biden and Attorney General Merrick Garland betrayed America and Asian-Americans in particular.

That’s why the Biden administration is focusing on Buffalo and not Laguna Woods.

The racist supermarket shooting was a failure by New York authorities, however the Geneva Presbyterian Church shooting was a crime whose roots were in Beijing. While Democrats have deployed counterintelligence resources to target domestic political opponents, they have surrendered to China’s intelligence assault while claiming that opposing it would be racist.

Biden can go to Buffalo to score some political points for the midterm elections, but he can’t go to Laguna Woods because the blood from the Geneva church shooting is on his hands.

How prejudice rooted in an ancient social system has migrated from India to Canada

When Gurpreet Singh packed his bags last fall and arrived in Ontario from India, he soon learned there was one thing some fellow Indians in Canada hadn’t left behind in their home country — their prejudices.

The human resource management student at Durham College in Oshawa, Ont., said he is viewed as an outcast in the ancient South Asian social structure known as the caste system, but faces more discrimination from Indians in Canada than he did in India.

“I have been here for roughly five months and I have faced it in a way more aggressive or aggravated form in this country from my own Punjabi community,” Singh said. “They beat their chest with pride that they come from this caste or that caste.” 

India is a main source of immigrants to Canada. It’s also a huge pipeline for international students both to Canada and the United States, and some universities are taking note of concerns around discrimination based on caste.

California State University, the largest four-year public university system in the U.S., specifically added caste to its non-discrimination policies in January. In Ottawa, the academic staff association at Carleton University passed a motion in November to include caste-based discrimination in its policies.

Singh recalled a conversation with an acquaintance in Oshawa that shocked him after she used a casteist slur to address him.

“I confronted her that you’d be behind bars if you were in India right now … The girl who uttered that word acted as if she didn’t know anything, why it’s offensive, etc.,” Singh said. “To put it in her brain in the easiest possible way, I equated the word with the N-word.”

He said it was “strange” that she knew the N-word was a slur for Black people, “but even after living in India for 23 years, she had no idea, or at least pretended to have no idea, about the thing she just said so casually.”

The Hindu caste system divides people into four sub-communities based on ancestry — Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas and Shudras — and the caste of a person can often be identified by their last name. The four main castes are further divided into 3,000 castes and 25,000 sub-castes.

The caste tradition transcends religion. Many Indians with Hindu lineage whose ancestors adopted Sikhism or Christianity retained their last names, and their caste designations.

Singh belongs to a scheduled caste, members of which are also known as Dalits. According to the caste system, scheduled castes are outcasts and do not belong to the social order.

White Supremacists Drive US Domestic Terrorist Attacks to Highest Level in 25 Years

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The domestic white supremacists that have infiltrated the military and law enforcement cells have been activated. The plan to rally against interracial couples and black people has been initiated and the pieces are being moved into place as this blog post is written. You can see the alignment happening with the January 6th insurrection, the attack on interracial marriage with creating a fear to ban it and the mass shooting of black people within poor black neighborhoods.

You can see the arrogance of US military Generals and their attacks on black military personnel. Their leaders have been instructed to move black members within the military to positions of least influence and to develop the records of discipline on them early. A policy of vectoring has been put into place to make sure that white male leadership rises to the surface and black military personnel and black law enforcement personnel are…

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Pakistani-Spanish sisters killed for ‘honour’ in Gujrat


Punjab Police were on Saturday investigating the murder of two Pakistani-Spanish sisters as an “honour killing”, a brutal patriarchal practice that sees women put to death for bringing “shame” on their families.

A spokesperson for Punjab Police said Aneesa Abbas, 24, and Arooj Abbas, 21, were seeking separation from their husbands and were lured back from Spain to Gujrat where they were strangled and shot on Friday night.

Both the sisters, residents of Nathia village of Gujarat district, returned Pakistan from Spain on May 19, 2022, along with their mother Azra Bibi.

On the night of May 20, the two sisters were shot dead in the house of their maternal uncle, Hanif alias Goga.

The police registered a case on the complaint of ASI Yasir Nadeem against seven suspects and two unidentified persons.

The suspects include Anisa and Urooj’s brother Shehryar Abbas, uncle Hanif alias Goga and cousins — Qasid Hanif, Atiq Hanif, Farazna Hanif, Hassan Aurangzeb.

All the accused managed to flee the scene and are on the run.

“The family created a story to convince them to come to Pakistan for a couple of days,” said Gujrat police spokesperson Nauman Hassan.

“Preliminary investigations show this is a case of honour killing, but it is still developing and the investigation is ongoing,” he added.

The Washington Post, Founded by Confederates, Wants to Cancel Washington

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical Left and Islamic terrorism.

The Washington Post recently decided to cancel George Washington, running an op-ed demanding that George Washington University be renamed.

“The university’s contentious colonial moniker must go. Even the university’s name, mascot and motto — ‘Hail Thee George Washington’— must be replaced,” The op-ed demanded.

Conveniently the op-ed did not propose to rename the paper it was running in.

But the Washington Post has bigger problems than that. Its founder, Stilson Hutchins, like many Democrats, was a militant supporter of the Confederacy and even named one of his sons after Robert E. Lee. Long before he founded the Post, Hutchins had been editor of the North Iowan where he and other Democrats promised to defeat “Black Republicans”.

During the Civil War, Dennis Mahony, Stilson’s superior while working on the Dubuque Herald, was arrested over his support for the Confederacy. Stilson and Mahony later went on to found the St. Louis Star.

At the Herald, Stilson had editorialized, “Who wants Iowa covered with indolent blacks? Answer at the polls.”

Hutchins, in the words of a cheerful profile by the Washington Post, left after Reconstruction and then “launched a bold, possibly even reckless plan: to start a Democratic newspaper in the Republican-run capital of the United States.”

The name, The Washington Post, came from Hutchins’ managing editor, John Cockerill, a former Confederate drummer boy, who had gotten his start in the press working at the Dayton Empire under Clement Vallandigham, the Copperhead Democrat leader who was arrested and tried for treason during the Civil War. (Cockerill would later kill one of his critics in an exchange of gunfire.)

And, as the Washington Post noted, the paper’s original “city editor was Frederick Aiken, who had been one of Mary Surratt’s defense attorneys in her trial for conspiracy to assassinate Abraham Lincoln.”

The Washington Post was founded, named, and run by Confederates and their Democrat allies.

The paper was also predictably racist. One editorial urged that Washington D.C. would be “wealthier, healthier and happier for an immediate exodus of 15,000 or 20,000 of her Negro population.” Otherwise there would have to be “a firm, but benevolent movement on the part of the white race as a whole to disabuse the negro of the delusions which have been instilled in him during the last dozen years.”

The same paper that has called for the heads, or at least the heads of the statues of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and countless other Founding Fathers and national heroes, has carefully avoided any kind of reckoning. It’s not that the Post’s people don’t know the history, they have just carefully avoided any significant discussion of their social justice rag’s ugly past.

There’s curiously little interest in the origins of one of the country’s two most influential papers.

Stilson, who later bought a former slave plantation, went on to marry a woman half his age who then tried to have him declared insane. Ownership of the Post does come with a history of insanity. Ned McLean, whose own descent into insanity was attributed to his ownership of the Hope Diamond, might have been more accurately attributed to owning the Post.

(McLean has also been blamed for using the Washington Post to help incite some of the violence during the 1919 race riots in Washington D.C.)

That’s bad news for Amazon’s Jeff Bezos.

Five years after buying the Washington Post, Bezos broke up his marriage, left his job as Amazon’s CEO, and has taken to blaming the exposure of his affair with a guest host from The View on a conspiracy involving the National Enquirer, Trump, and the Saudi monarchy.

At one point even the UN got involved in investigating the provenance of his genitalia photos.

Aside from the racism, the Washington Post seems to drive its owners mad. Literally. But the true insanity is the Post putting “Democracy Dies in Darkness” and then avoiding any discussion of its own dark past. A more accurate motto might be, “History Dies in Darkness.”

America is not systemically racist, but the Washington Post originated as one of the most racist papers in the country. The past is not the present and most people understand that. But the social justice paper insists on attacking the country and its people as a bunch of racists.

And it carefully avoids engaging with its own history.

The Washington Post came to life as a project by Democrat Confederates and Copperheads to avenge their losses in the Civil War and roll back Reconstruction. That doesn’t mean that the paper is doomed to be racist. Systemic racism, like racial essentialism and other assumptions that people individually and collectively are unchanging and unchangeable, is a racist myth.

But the Washington Post insists that everyone else can’t change, but that it somehow has.

All white people are racist, except its owner who has his own mega-yacht.

If the Washington Post really wants George Washington University to change its name, it should change its own. Not because there’s anything wrong with George Washington, but there was a whole lot wrong with The Post’s founders and its present management. The paper began as a racist rag and continues today as a racist rag. The only difference lies in the targets of its hate.

Last year, the Washington Post featured a video urging white people to take the blame for racism by “understanding your whiteness and the ways that white supremacy benefits you” and joining “white accountability groups.”

Despite its origins in actual white supremacy, the paper has yet to join one of its own groups.

Despite Lebanon election setbacks, Hezbollah remains a growing threat to Israel

With the full results in, the headlines made it seem like Lebanon’s parliamentary elections were a win for Hezbollah’s opponents in Lebanon, the region, and of course, for Israel.

Hezbollah’s bloc lost its parliamentary majority in Sunday’s vote — dropping from 71 to 62 seats in the 128-member body — and the firmly anti-Hezbollah, anti-Syrian Lebanese Forces party will become the largest Christian group in parliament. An impressive showing by several independent reform candidates also indicates a public desire to do away with the corrupt leaders who have run the country into the ground.

But any expectations that Lebanon has managed to turn itself around, or that the Hezbollah threat to Israel is going to be reduced, add up to “some wishful thinking,” said Jacques Neriah, Middle East analyst at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs.

Interracial Action Guide For White Supremacists Murderous Outbreaks

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It is Saturday. The Sabbath and a day of rest for the wife and I and now to our surprise another outbreak of white supremacy that leaves several black people dead while at a grocery store. Another manifesto written about white people being replaced and another media coverup before black Americans take to the streets for another protest over black lives not really mattering and still no reparations.

18-year-old Payton S. Gendron was arrested and arraigned in court on Saturday on first-degree murder charges after 10 people were killed in a shooting at a Buffalo supermarket, according to The Associated Press. Payton Gendron, 18, had the n-word scrawled on his rifle, targeted a store in a predominantly black area and shot 11 black people, police said.

Twitter tweets hit the streets:

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Fury as Colorado teacher invites schoolgirl, 12, to after-school arts club that was actually a meeting about trans and queer identity: Kids were asked who they were sexually attracted to and told that it’s ok to LIE to your parents

A mother has been left fuming after her 12-year-old daughter’s teacher invited her to an after-school arts club that was actually a gender and identity group.

Erin Lee, whose child was at Wellington Middle School in Colorado up until this year, slammed Jenna Riep for getting the youngster to go to the Genders & Sexualities Alliance event.

She told how her daughter came home and revealed a speaker told them they may be transgender if they were not comfortable in their bodies.

The horrified mother claimed they also asked kids who they were sexually attracted to and informed they could be queer while being shown a ‘Genderbread person’.

The bizarre diagram has been used in some woke schools and workplaces to claim anatomical sex is ‘male-ness’ or ‘female-ness’ – but has been criticized by some academics.

Lee also alleged the youngsters were even asked to keep details of the meeting a secret and warned their parents were not safe.

The lesson, which district officials have since defended, spurred the concerned mother to pull the child out of the public school, and enroll her into an $8K-a-year private school.

Lee told Thursday that the incident began after her daughter sent her a text message asking to go to an after-school art club, saying art teacher Riep had invited her.

She and her husband, Jonathan, then gave their permission for the child to attend – however, upon picking up the schoolgirl from the supposed art club, the pair quickly realized something was wrong.

She told Fox News: ‘When we picked her up from that program after school, we could see on her face that something was incredibly wrong.

‘It wasn’t art club, it was GSA, or Gender and Sexuality [Alliance] is what they’re calling it now,’ the irate mother explained. 

‘They told the kids that if they’re not fully comfortable in their body, then they are transgender.

‘So essentially told my daughter if she’s not 100 percent comfortable in her body, that she is transgender.’

The lesson was led LGBTQ activist Kimberly Chambers, emails obtained by the Parents Defending Education advocacy group show. Chambers – the head of LGBTQ advocacy group SPLASH Youth of Northern Colorado – spoke as a school board-approved guest.

‘She explained to my daughter that if she is not 100% comfortable in her female body, then she’s transgender,’ Lee explained, revealing that the outside speaker then told the middle-school-aged children that they were not safe around their parents.  

‘She then told the kids that parents aren’t safe, and that it’s OK to lie to them about where they are in order to attend this meeting,’ the mom, who has since enrolled her daughter in a private Christian school but still has a son at the public school, said.

Lee said the speaker – who delivered the lesson to the group on May 4 of last year – then gave the students her personal contact information and encouraged them to contact her on social media platforms such as Discord and What’sApp. 

‘She doubled down that parents aren’t safe [and] that heterosexuality and monogamy are not normal,’ Lee further revealed.

After confronting school staffers and guest speaker Chambers about the lesson, The Poudre School District confirmed the existence of the club, and asserted that conversations in its GSA groups ‘may be confidential’ given the’ sensitive’ nature of the meetings’ discussions. 

‘In PSD, we promise to create and uphold equitable, inclusive, and rigorous educational opportunities, outcomes, and experiences for all students,’ the district said in a statement to

Patrick Rausch, a veteran teacher, is under investigation amid claims from parents that Black students were made to wear handcuffs and pick cotton

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Patrick Rausch, a seventh-grade social studies teacher at the School of the Arts in Rochester, New York, is under investigating allegations that the white teacher told his class of mostly black students to pick seeds out of cotton and put on handcuffs during lessons on slavery. In addition to the cotton and shackles, Rausch, who has taught at the school for roughly 20 years, is accused of referring to himself as “massah” during the exercises and allowing white students to opt out of the lesson, if they felt uncomfortable, but not black students.

When Black students said that they were not able to get out of the shackles, Rausch allegedly said, “It’s OK; your ancestors couldn’t either.”  Read more

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Do lessons like these help or hurt interracial coupling? How far should a teacher go to express the atrocities that…

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Prominent Transgender Activist Touted by New York Times Arrested and Charged with 16 Felonies for Rape and Sexual Abuse of a Boy

Carlos “Raiza Daniela” Aparicio Hernandez, a prominent transgender (biological male) activist from El Salvador touted by the New York Times, was arrested in Utah for raping a boy.

Hernandez, 36, was charged with 16 felonies for the rape and sexual abuse of a 15-year-old boy.

Hernandez was busted by police in a sting operation after luring in the young boy by posing online as a 15-year-old girl.

The victim accepted a friend request from Hernandez on Facebook last January believing he was actually a teenage girl.

The victim invited Hernandez to his home and that’s when he realized he was actually chatting online with a 36-year-old transgender child predator.

The Post Millennial reported:

A prominent trans activist who was highly praised by liberal media outlets and institutions is now facing 16 felony charges for the alleged sexual abuse of a minor following a sextortion investigation.

Carlos Arturo Aparicio Hernandez, 36, of Taylorsville, Utah, a biological male who identifies as a woman named “Raiza”, is accused of the sexual abuse and exploitation of a 15-year-old boy after sending the victim a friend request on Facebook posing as a teenage girl.

According to charging documents, the 15-year-old victim accepted a friend request on Facebook in January of 2021 from someone he was led to believe was a female his own age. After communicating for months, the victim sent nude photos at the request of Hernandez and was later asked to meet in-person, court documents state.

The victim invited Hernandez to his home in West Valley City, Utah where he then discovered that the girl he thought he was talking to was a transgender sexual predator.

Upon arrival, Hernandez forced the boy to engage in “sexual acts” by blackmailing him and threatening to release the minor’s explicit photos if he didn’t comply. Hernandez recorded the assault, charging documents state.
The two met on three separate occasions following repeated threats from Hernandez, according to court documents.

Hernandez was given asylum in the US because of the “anti-LGBT discrimination” in Mexico.

Johns Hopkins hires professor known for a Paedophilia apologist

Johns Hopkins University announced that it will welcome a professor who previously resigned from a teaching position after defending sexual attraction to children.

“We are excited to share that Allyn Walker, PhD, will be joining the Moore Center as a postdoctoral fellow on May 25,” the Moore Center for Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse tweeted on Thursday.

Walker, who was formerly employed as an assistant professor by Old Dominion University, came under fire after publishing a book that defended pedophilia and attempted to de-stigmatize offenders by labeling them “minor-attracted people.”

Moore Center Communications and Marketing Manager Maria Blackburn told Campus Reform that Walker will “support multiple, large-scale, ongoing research projects and help identify new projects.” 

“Walker’s expertise and qualitative research methodology will enhance and advance the Center’s work,” Blackburn added.

Blackburn described as a “leader in the field of perpetration prevention research” and her former role at ODU was noted. However, the reason for her resignation was omited.

Pressure from critics and students on campus resulted in Walker being placed on administrative leave. She later resigned but accused the criticism of her research as being transphobic. 

“That research was mischaracterized by some in the media and online, partly because of my trans identity,” Walker wrote in a joint statement with ODU after her departure.

Walker’s book “A Long, Dark Shadow: Minor-Attracted People and Their Pursuit of Dignity” was published in June and argues that adults who are sexually attracted to children are not necessarily predators. Rather, the book challenges the notion by providing research into the lives of “minor-attracted persons.”

[RELATED: Old Dominion University criminal justice professor defends pedophilia]

“Navigating guilt, shame, and fear, this universally maligned group demonstrate remarkable resilience and commitment to living without offending and to supporting and educating others,” the book description states. 

According to Walker, there is “no morality or immorality attached to attraction” because attraction is beyond the offender’s control.

“A lot of people when they hear the term pedophile, they automatically assume that it means a sex offender. And that isn’t true,” Walker said in an interview with Protasia in November. “And it leads to a lot of misconceptions about attractions toward minors.”

After the news shattered about Walker’s research, students at Old Dominion University immediately began calling for his termination. ODU College Republican President Andrew Lambakis told Campus Reform last semester that opposition to Walker was a unifying effort.

“You can see that he’s legitimizing pedophilia by saying that we should use the term minor attracted persons. We should be very careful in re-wording, like, the English language, if you would, because we don’t want to make it seem like it’s okay to be attracted to minors,” he said. “That’s what a lot of people think it implies. I think so. We ought to be using the term pedophile.”

[RELATED: The Moore Center for Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse  researches child sexual abuse to create “a public health approach to preventing child sexual abuse.”]

“As a leading international authority on public health, the School is dedicated to protecting health and saving lives,” the Moore center website states. “The School works to keep millions around the world safe from violence, illness and injury by pioneering new research, deploying its knowledge and expertise in the field, and educating tomorrow’s scientists and practitioners in the global defense of human life.”

Campus Reform contacted John Hopkins University for comment. This article will be updated accordingly.

PA incited riots, violence, and terror – leads to death of Al-Jazeera journalist

  • PA repeatedly incited terror during Ramadan, retelling its libel that Al-Aqsa is being “desecrated” by the presence of Jews on Temple Mount
  • PMW will be releasing a bulletin tomorrow documenting 15 additional examples of PA demonizing any Jewish presence on the Temple Mount and/or calling for violence and terror in the name of defending the mosque
  • PMW has already released numerous bulletins in the last two months documenting the incessant recent terror promotion of the PA
  • Responding to PA incitement to murder, Palestinian terror, mostly originating from the region of Jenin, has murdered 19 Israelis across Israel
  • This morning Israeli forces entered Jenin for the purpose of arresting additional terrorists before they could commit more terror attacks
  • Israeli forces were fired on by Palestinian terrorists. During the firefight Al-Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Aqleh was shot and killed. It has not yet been determined how she was killed.
  • Regardless of whose bullet killed the journalist, the Palestinian terrorists who initiated the gunfight and the Palestinian Authority itself which called for the violence bear full responsibility for all casualties.

Palestinian Media Watch has documented the incessant Palestinian Authority promotion of terror in recent months. Among the many examples, Mahmoud Abbas’ advisor on Islam and Head of the PA Islamic Courts, Mahmoud Al-Habbash, called on Palestinians not to be lazy during Ramadan but to follow the example of Islam’s Prophet Mohammed who started wars during Ramadan. Many more examples can be found here on PMW’s website.

These calls for violence were heeded by Palestinian terrorists mostly from the Jenin region who attacked and murdered Israelis, rioted violently, and shot at Israeli security forces, leaving 19  Israelis and foreigners murdered by Palestinian terror.

Today, Israeli forces entered Jenin to make more arrests and Palestinian terrorists attacked them and opened fire. During the exchange of fire, Al-Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Aqleh was shot and killed. While it still has not been determined who shot the bullet that killed the journalist, it is clear that the Jenin terrorists who started the gunfight, as well as the Palestinian Authority leaders who have been calling for violence and terror, are the ones who are directly responsible for the death of Abu Aqleh and all the other deaths and injuries resulting from their terror and terror promotion.

A video of the terrorists in Jenin firing indiscriminately presumably in the direction of Israeli soldiers has been released. An unidentified terrorist says that an Israeli soldier was hit and fell to the ground. However, in fact no soldiers were hit or injured. Did one of the Palestinians shoot the journalist, see her fall, and think he shot an Israeli soldier?

The PA took the journalists’ body and has refused an Israel offer to do a joint inquiry to determine the circumstances of her death, so the truth may never be known.

However as written above, ultimately when fighting Palestinian terror in the streets of Jenin or Hamas terror missiles fired from Gaza, the terrorist who are responsible for 100% of the violence bear 100% responsibility for all deaths and injuries.

Anguished parents of trans kids fight back against ‘gender cult’ trying to silence them

When Denise Canaan’s 17-year-old daughter Chiara came out as a trans man in 2014, she thought it was “cool” at first.

Even though Chiara made her announcement after watching trans-oriented YouTube videos and social media for just a few weeks, Denise said she wasn’t worried.

“The trans thing sounded like it was going to be the next big civil rights issue and I thought, great!” said Denise, who lives in North Carolina. “I didn’t know much about it.”

But when Chiara immediately began talking about undergoing a medical transition, which can involve puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones and surgery, Denise got nervous. Chiara wanted a mastectomy, or what is called “top surgery.”

“I knew something wasn’t right because this came out of nowhere,” Denise said. “I didn’t care what kind of clothes or hairstyle my kid wanted to wear. I supported all that. The medical intervention is the real issue. I scoured the Internet for help but there was nothing out there. I was screaming into the void. But there were no groups out there to help.”

So she started one, called 4th Wave Now, which was the first to question the more extreme aspects of gender ideology and “trans kids,” a population that started to explode in 2015, accelerated by trans-friendly content on social media.

Since then, a number of activist and parent support groups have sprung up, including GenSpect, Partners for Ethical CareOur DutyTransgender Trend and Parents With Inconvenient Truths About Trans or PITT.

Parents of Rapid-Onset Gender Dysphoria Kids launched in 2017 with just two mothers. Now they have more than 2,000 members and are growing rapidly with chapters in most states and some in Europe and Asia.

“I wouldn’t wish this on my worst enemy,” an activist mom who uses the pseudonym Charlie Jacobs told The Post. “We face teachers going behind our backs, radical trans activists trying to doxx us, we face gender clinics pumping our kids full of hormones and we face our college-age daughters coming home for Christmas with no breasts. I’m a liberal. I believed it all at first. But this is the emperor’s new clothes, designed to hurt children.”

In the past, some experts say, transgender people were a rarity and doctors advised months if not years of counseling prior to taking hormones or undergoing surgery to change gender.

Gov’t aide fired for donating to Freedom Convoy sues Ontario Premier Doug Ford, reporters

(LifeSiteNews) – A top Ontario provincial government aide fired after hackers leaked a Freedom Convoy donation list showing she donated $100 to the truckers is suing Ontario Premier Doug Ford, his chief of staff, and Toronto Star journalists.

According to a report in Politics Today, Marion Isabeau-Ringuette, the former director of communications for Ontario Solicitor General Sylvia Jones, claims that within minutes after being contacted by reporters about her donation to the Freedom Convoy she was terminated from her job.

Isabeau-Ringuette is seeking a total of nearly $2 million in damages in her lawsuit, which was filed last Tuesday, citing damages to her reputation along with wrongful dismissal as well as invasion of privacy.

On February 5, Isabeau-Ringuette made a $100 donation to the Freedom Convoy’s GiveSendGo page under the initials M.R., with the funds being connected to her through her postal code and email address.

Her information was exposed along with more than 100,000 other Freedom Convoy donors as part of a hacking scheme against Christian-based crowdfunding platform GiveSendGo. The hack attack allegedly involved the Canadian government.

At the time, the Freedom Convoy’s GiveSendGo account had raised over $8 million for the truckers’ protest. The Freedom Convoy’s original GoFundMe fundraiser, with over $10 million raised, was shut down due to meddling from Ottawa city officials as well as federal MPs under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

The news outlet QP Briefing and journalists Charlie Pinkerton and Andy Takagi revealed that Isabeau-Ringuette was among the GiveSendGo donors. They took credit for having decoded Isabeau-Ringuette’s identity.

Isabeau-Ringuette’s claim reads that the “Ontario government responded to Pinkerton’s email expressly or implicitly confirming that Ms. Ringuette was the individual whose private confidential information had been stolen and advising Pinkerton that she had been fired from her position at the Ontario Public Service.”

“In doing so, the Ontario government participated in the public disclosure of Ms. Ringuette’s stolen private confidential information and the invasion of her privacy. In under one-half hour, Ms. Ringuette’s promising career in the Ontario Public Service had been destroyed,” the claim reads.