‘Judgment’ not welcomed

Re: “Judgment not needed” letter to the editor, published Sept. 11, 2017


Re: “Judgment not needed” letter to the editor, published September 11, 2017

I appreciate this response is lengthy, but the children of the Langley School District deserve to be protected, and their parents deserve to be informed with factual information.

My attention was recently directed to a letter to the editor that wrongly claimed to detail my position and my motivations for exposing the abusive and dangerous SOGI (Sexual Orientation Gender Identity) agenda now infesting our schools.

Tim Opper stated, “I note that Langley activist Kari Simpson opposes the new provincial curriculum that addresses LGBTQ issues.” Then this voluminous letter writer, who I have never met and who apparently believes he possesses some warped form of psychic ability to speak on my behalf, asserts: “She contends that the content is an affront to her Christian values and an assault on parental rights”.

Once I stopped laughing at this claim, I googled his name — and was not shocked to find a prolific, pro-union public school teacher and letter-writer with the same name. And guess what? Another teacher with the same last name passionately writes about her tortuous life as a Grade 5 teacher, and all the laborious tasks she must accomplish during her day. I wonder… two public school, taxpayer funded teachers in the same household?

It seems that Mr. Opper is confused. The SOGI curriculum is independent from the newly-mandated BC Education curriculum. Clearly, Mr. Opper needs educating and help to understand what is transpiring.

The SOGI 123 curriculum is the brainchild of three wealthy guys, trustees of a ‘charity’ called the ARC Foundation, who lavishly fund and support the Queer Film Festival — which promotes hard-core ‘gay’ porn, lust and political films that seek to alter our heteronormative society into a hedonistic form of paganism that would ultimately result in a Social De-Constructionist utopia — and a totally dysfunctional society.

A more informed view of what is transpiring seeks to inform educational stakeholders — all of us — that SOGI 123 utilizes proven, strategic forms of brainwashing to undermine vulnerable children’s sense of identity, and then to reprogram them. Children are indoctrinated to disassociate themselves from being male or female; teachers are instructed—via lesson plans that start in kindergarten! — not to refer to students as “girls” or “boys”. References to “mom” or “dad” are now prohibited; instead “adult” or “guardian” is deemed acceptable, instead of “parent”.

This insanity continues throughout all the lesson plans to Grade 12, culminating with the requirement that all children must eliminate any form of logic, embrace delusion and celebrate mental illnesses like “Gender Dysphoria.”

So how did these three rich guys get access to our children? One is a wealthy mining executive, CEO of Pretivm Mines, Robert Quatermain. He donated over $200,000 to the BC Liberals, and that paved the way for a “partnership” to be created between their private ‘charity’ the ARC Foundation, and the Ministry of Education. Our local BC Liberal MLA’s did not oppose this dangerous insanity.

The ARC Foundation went on another financial splurge, spending $125,000 to buy a department in the University of BC’s Faculty of Education: TEFA (Teacher Education For All) now provides workshops and indoctrination sessions that mandate the use of the SOGI 123 curriculum by all would-be teachers.

I should mention that Mr. Opper’s union, the BCTF, supports this 100 percent, facilitating the recruitment of “SOGI Leads” in every school district: appointees who bully teachers into compliance. Imagine the number of union jobs that will be created when all the schools have to add gender-neutral bathrooms and change rooms, and hire unionized counselors, unionized social workers to deal with all the messed-up kids.

No, Mr. Opper, this is not an assault on my “Christian values”; it is an assault on children. It is child abuse — and it will be stopped.

Kari Simpson, Executive Director, CultureGuard.com

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