Sep 122011
 

Culture Guard News Release
For immediate release

PORNOGATE!

Sex activists scam school boards with ‘anti-bullying’ program OUT IN SCHOOLS, luring students to porn sites—and more!

Sept. 12, 2011 (Culture Guard) — NDP MLA Spencer Chandra Herbert’s “spouse”, Romi Chandra, is the author of OUT IN SCHOOLS—a gateway program used to sexualise students and introduce them to homosexualist “culture”; OUT IN SCHOOLS is endorsed by the BC Teachers’ Federation and heavily funded by BC taxpayers and corporate sponsors.

Kari Simpson, former Executive Director of the Citizens Research Institute, and now President of Culture Guard—a new national organization that works on behalf of civil, common-sense Canadians—said today:

“I believe parents will be shocked and righteously angry when they find out what their children have been subjected to. I hope parents sue their local school boards! I doubt that the OUT IN SCHOOLS ‘Youth Resources’, which direct students to hard-core pornography, including ‘gay’ porn and homosexist propaganda, fits within Section 76 (2) of the School Act, which mandates that ‘the highest morality shall be inculcated’.”

The OUT IN SCHOOLS “Teachers’ Guide” states that it is a secondary school resource; but Culture Guard has obtained pictures of OUT IN SCHOOLS facilitators Ross Johnstone and Jen “Jenderfuck” Sung presenting it in elementary schools.

“The scandalous problems associated with the program don’t stop with the OUT IN SCHOOLS-recommended ‘youth resources’ or the political and homosexist left-wing propaganda that fill its pages,” says Simpson. “There are serious and possibly criminal activities involved with this program.”

A news conference will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, September 13, 2011 in front of the BC Teachers’ Federation Offices, located at 100-550 West 6th Avenue, Vancouver.

now at CultureGuard.com;

Two videos, OUT IN SCHOOLS is No Picnic and Scammed, Swooned & Corrupted are available for viewing. Viewers should be warned that portions of the video are explicit, and not suitable for younger viewers—including those of the target ages of the in-school program, OUT IN SCHOOLS.

Members of the media who attend will be given password-limited access to details of the Police complaint to be filed earlier the same day. At the news conference, Kari Simpson will disclose shocking details that Culture Guard has exposed involving the OUT IN SCHOOLS program, and the games they like children to play.

[Update: Click here to see how the complaint was rejected by the receiving officer!]

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For more information please contact Kari Simpson 604 514-1614 or by e-mail: cultureguard@gmail.com

  2 Responses to “Culture Guard News Release”

  1. Thank you Kari. This is very scary and very pre-meditated. The whole scam to eduate on anti-bullying is falling apart now. Thank you for sharing Pandora’s Box. I was so disgusted that anyone from elementary and high school would be encouraged to these websites, parades and the temptation for youngsters to try? What does any of this have to do with ANTI-BULLYING? If heterosexual practices for up for display and films shown, the polic would be called because this would be inappropriate. What makes this any differnt for Queer films? Why do we need to see people “do it” to promote awareness of LGBTQ? The kids are not dumb, words are fairly descriptive and explicit as it is. Images are the danger ladies and gentlemen. They are embedded in your memory for a VERY VERY long time. Results: Temptation is faster than you can think!

    • We should not be normalising and sensitising children to sexual behaviour and experiences. This is not a normal developmental thing and with some awareness to the public via social networks and the like, should and can be STOPPED AND EXPOSED for what this really stands for… a future of under-age, sexually enhanced and active, children that we ‘have to accept’ their ways!

      It’s genocide! Lx :-(

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