The Homosexual agenda continues to be forced onto all schools, everywhere.
David Eggen, the education minister in Alberta, Canada, ruled on March 23rd that two private Christian schools in the province are required to set up clubs for homosexuals.
To counter that John Carpay, the lawyer for the two schools, replied that the schools “would not allow clubs to operate which were not in compliance with their religious beliefs.” Unfortunately, since the schools are mostly funded by the public school system they had no choice but to comply.
The Independent Baptist Education Society which presides over the two rural schools, initially only partially attached itself to the Alberta public school system, but is now getting 70% of its subsidies from them. The two Christian schools agreed to set up clubs for their gay students only is the students asked for them, but now Eggen is insisting that these clubs be established regardless of the demand under the threat of closing down these schools.
“The comments from the Independent Baptist School were very unacceptable and alarming to many Albertans, so we’ve got to make sure we get this right,” Eggen responded.
In efforts to create a “safe” environment for all students, Alberta officials are forcing pro-homosexual propaganda on young impressionable children. The results will no doubt be devastating to the core morals of kids that grow up in a world that sees gay people not only as normal but also desirable. It is no wonder they are targeting the youngest citizens.
The Prophecy In The News reports:
It is not a “safe” environment for all students, and there is a “hostile” attitude toward LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transvestite and queer) people, said Dan Scott, a lawyer sent by Eggen to investigate the schools. The schools were run by “sincere” and loving people, he said, but that it was an unsuitable environment for LGBTQs.
In 2012, Alberta passed a law making it illegal for homeschooling parents to teach that the homosexual acts are sinful as part of their academic program—though the act did not go so far as to restrict what could be taught in family life outside of academics.
The ruling involving the two Alberta schools is just the latest in the steady march of initiatives to radically change marriage and family life.