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NSW Bill to stop the trans agenda in schools
It will come as no surprise to you that the role of parents is being undermined in this country, especially in the education system.
Indoctrination is rapidly surpassing education in too many ways.
Ideological theories and viewpoints are being taught as fact while opposition based on science and evidence is ridiculed or silenced.
Here in NSW one politician is drawing a line in the sand.
One Nation MLC Mark Latham has been chairing a government inquiry into education. He is proposing that schools get back to basics, protecting our children from harmful and radical ideologies.
In his speech to parliament he said,
The purpose of the Education Legislation Amendment (Parental Rights) Bill 2020 is to legislate two decisions: to outlaw gender fluidity teaching, course development and teacher training in the New South Wales education system; and to reassert the rights and role of parents in the moral, ethical, political and social development of their children, such that no school should be teaching material in those fields against the wishes of parents. We hear a lot of talk in the political debate about colonisation, but the worst colonising practice in our society are attempts by social engineers, many of them in the education system, to take over the role of parents.
You now have a unique opportunity to take action. The committee, lead by Mr Latham, has invited parents and concerned citizens in NSW to complete a short survey. This is an important way to ensure your voice is heard.
For those who would like to make a more detailed submission to the inquiry you can click here.
Binary spokeswoman, Kirralie Smith, said it is essential people take action now.
“The role of parents must be kept paramount for the sake of our children. Radical activists are salivating at the thought they are so close to having unobstructed access to vulnerable young people. We must act now and enshrine parental rights in law. This is a brilliant opportunity to stop them in their tracks.”
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