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Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« on: November 23, 2016, 04:02:53 PM »
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So I think with Trump about to take the throne, Canada is going to go even more overboard trying to prove how not-America it is, and this shit is bananas, eh.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYPAdB-KzbM" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYPAdB-KzbM</a>

Canada, under rule of part time substitute drama teacher:

- They intend to triple their population to 100 million, using primarily immigrants "to stay relevant", with a lot of these incoming diverse enriching cultures absolutely hating one another
- Crazy far-reaching hate speech laws
- It is state policy that the MAIN PRIORITY when choosing federal judges, is race. THE MAIN PRIORITY. Not education. This includes """gender identity""".
- U of Toronto professor refuses to call troons by their crazy pronouns,  250 colleagues sign letter accusing him of hate speech, the government has ordered him to stop doing outrageous things like calling people "he" or "she"
- Wants to remove the words mother and father from law, to be replaced with 'birth parent' and 'parent'
- Laws changed to allow a child to have four parents with equal claim to that title

 :tuss: :facepalm:

But there's more!

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/should-drag-shows-be-used-as-a-teaching-tool-in-alberta-schools-1.3830417

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Should drag shows be used as a teaching tool in Alberta schools?

Not according to a critic of a new LGBTQ guidebook for Alberta teachers


This purple unicorn is used to describe 'a more authentic way of understanding gender' in a new toolkit being launched by the Alberta Teachers' Association

A new toolkit to assist Alberta teachers with LGBTQ discussions is being slammed by critics for suggesting drag shows could be staged in schools and students be addressed as "comrades" rather than boys and girls. 

Those are just two of the proposals in a 150-page document from the Alberta Teachers' Association (ATA). The "Prism Toolkit for Safe and Caring Discussions" aims to help teachers create classrooms and curriculum that are more LGBTQ inclusive. 

The backlash over the toolkit, being distributed in schools this month, is just the latest in a divisive battle over LGBTQ rights for students, pitting advocates against religious and parental groups. 

The toolkit document includes four pages of LGBTQ terminology, as well as the history and legal framework surrounding LGBTQ issues and lesson plans for students in Grades 7-12 on a variety of subjects, including math, biology and religion.

While the ATA argues the document, developed internally, will help teachers create a safe and inclusive environment for all students, some critics say it excludes many points of view.

"There is this implicit presumption that everyone already agrees on this very specific singular perspective of gender and sexuality," said Theresa Ng, a mother, former teacher and parent rights activist who writes a blog called Informed Albertans. "There's no honouring or valuing of alternative perspectives on this issue."

One activity, titled "Drag 101" for cosmetology and drama students, suggests inviting local drag queens to teach makeup techniques and organizing a drag performance for the school.

The toolkit advises teachers to use gender-neutral language. For instance, rather than relying on the traditional terms "boys" and "girls," the guide suggests using alternative terms like friends, folks or "comrades."

Terms such as "caretaker," "guardian" and "responsible adults" can replace "mom" and "dad."

"Grade 7-12 students have no choice to decline these lessons, which happen during mandated instructional time, and are powerless to object to their learning time being used toward political activism for the advancement of LGBTQ rights or watching a school-wide drag performance," Ng wrote in her blog. 

Andrea Berg, head of the ATA's human rights and diversity division, said the toolkit was created based on demand following a similar document released four years ago for elementary school teachers.

"The document came about as a result of demand from teachers in the field who saw a need in their classrooms on how to create the welcoming, caring, safe and inclusive learning environments," said Berg.

She pointed to the high rates of bullying, self harm and suicide among sexual and gender minority students.

Berg said it is hoped the document will help teachers cultivate safe and supportive discussions in the classroom. It includes advice for teachers if a student comes out about their sexual or gender orientation, as well as dealing with homophobic and transphobic behaviour.

The suggestion of staging a drag show "was recommended as an optional activity that teachers could choose to participate in or not," Berg said.

A purple unicorn is used in the guidebook to describe "a more authentic way of understanding gender."

A picture of a purple, cartoon "gender unicorn" is shown under the heading: "Where do you fall on these spectrums?" It lays out a range of options for gender identity and expression, as well as sex assigned at birth, and physical and emotional attraction.

"Everything in here speaks to a theory of how some people — and I recognize some people feel this way, that gender to them means this, and that's perfectly fine," said Ng. "But what this resource assumes is that is what gender and sexuality mean for everyone."

Ng called for a resource that balances all views in a pluralistic, multicultural, democratic society "without ever abusing our authority."

She urged Albertans to sign up for a campaign launched by Parents for Choice, a parental rights group, demanding that parents be the primary authority in education.

But Berg said the ATA's perspective is "that it is the duty of all teachers to respect all diversity of students, regardless of religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender identity."

She estimated it cost the association between $30,000 and $35,000 to develop the toolkit, plus part of a $6,000 grant from Alberta Education.

Toolkit optional?

Asked whether use of the toolkit is optional, Berg responded that "it is a requirement from the School Act that schools and teachers work to create welcoming, caring, safe, inclusive learning environments for all students."

But she added: "As far as how teachers are going to use this particular document, it's one tool in their toolkit they can choose. It is absolutely optional if they want to use this."

Ng noted the document contains a warning that suggests optional usage may be subject to interpretation. "Canadian courts have found that schools that fail to address homophobia and heterosexism can be in serious breach of their professional responsibilities and considered to be engaging in educational malpractice," the section reads.

"I think that when teachers read that they see this resource as being not so optional," Ng said.

Education ministry chief of staff Jeremy Nolais said the PRISM toolkit is one of the resources produced from a $191,000 grant to help school authorities implement amendments to the School Act.

"Neither Alberta Education nor the minister require school authorities to refer to the PRISM toolkit or any other external resources," Nolais said.

But school authorities are legally responsible to provide caring and safe learning environments for all students, including LGBTQ pupils, he added.

Your leader is a fucking embarrassment, and doesn't even have Merkel's excuse of being a dried up senile old cunt

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Also, he fucking physically assaults women when he doesn't get his way fast enough

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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2016, 04:14:10 PM »
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Canada is the Sweden of Americas.

Edit: Lol looks like Black Pigeon says the exact same thing in his video  :myecred:
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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #2 on: November 23, 2016, 05:40:25 PM »
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I've met a lot of cool people from Canadia but lol at their faggot country

Pics of the goddamned queen of England on their money and shit. Shameful nigras

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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #3 on: November 23, 2016, 05:56:31 PM »
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I'd like it if Trump bought Newfoundland and started letting the province actually make money off its hydroelectric instead of giving it to Quebec for scraps.

On the bright side, maybe importing all these rapefugees will wipe out the embarrassment that is Quebec's culture and Canada can at last stop pretending French is a relevant language.

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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #4 on: November 23, 2016, 05:58:17 PM »
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Canadians used to be decent people but around the Dubya era, they turned into :smug: lol americans :smug: and haven't abandoned that stance since.  So they overextend themselves to prove how progressive they are.  The good news is that the people they keep importing don't give a shit.  The bad news is that we're going to have to build a northern border as well although maybe we can sweeten the deal by building a wall outside Detroit so we can have Canada annex them, which I'm sure Trudeau is more than happy to do.

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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #5 on: November 23, 2016, 06:05:21 PM »
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I always assumed our "holy shit this stuff doesn't work" example for multicult and insane progressivism would be Sweden or Germany, but in a way it'll be good to have a neighboring country lose their minds becoming Bizarro America now that we elected Trump. Show normies what could have been and let them recoil.
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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #6 on: November 23, 2016, 06:21:33 PM »
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We tried to conquer Canada twice, once during the Revolution and then again during the War of 1812. I wonder if Canada would be cooler if we had annexed it or America would just be gayer.

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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #7 on: November 23, 2016, 06:52:34 PM »
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We tried to conquer Canada twice, once during the Revolution and then again during the War of 1812. I wonder if Canada would be cooler if we had annexed it or America would just be gayer.

Would have resulted in a cooler Canada. They spent too long attached to the crown. They'd be better off had we cut that umbilical cord by force.

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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #8 on: November 23, 2016, 07:49:41 PM »
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Even if all the Somalis, Chinks and government-sanctioned elements were to be removed, Canada will still remain a fake, made up country by the end of the day. Britain conceived it for the sole purpose of serving as the "contrarian" rendition of America; they did not put a single thought into infusing Canadians with reasons to exist or march forward, and it shows. Anglos and Francophones still hate each other to this very day, and the First Nations indians have been struck with neglect, extreme poverty and apocalyptic suicide rates for god knows how long.

Andrew Jackson really fucked up by not choosing more competent generals in 1812.
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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #9 on: November 23, 2016, 07:53:22 PM »
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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #10 on: November 23, 2016, 08:52:22 PM »
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Canadian here, can confirm Justin Trudeau fucking sucks. Unfortunately he's gonna be around for a lot longer than he should because the current batch of Conservatives are cucked: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/no-room-for-trumps-politics-in-conservative-party-rona-ambrose/article27761901/

I've missed Stephen Harper for a long time now, he wasn't great but he would have never pulled any of the """progressive""" bullshit that Jewdeau tries to shove down Canadians' throats on a regular basis.

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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #11 on: November 23, 2016, 09:04:52 PM »
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We tried to conquer Canada twice, once during the Revolution and then again during the War of 1812. I wonder if Canada would be cooler if we had annexed it or America would just be gayer.

Probably gayer:

Polls have long showed Canadians expressing greater support for Democrats than Republicans. One recent survey gave President Barack Obama an approval rating of 80 per cent among Canadians, a score he has not managed south of the border since the first months of his presidency in 2009.

This affinity with the Democratic Party has continued throughout the current election campaign. Two polls conducted in recent months by Abacus Data and Mainstreet Research have shown that 73 to 80 per cent of Canadians would vote for Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, if they had the chance.

Just 15 to 20 per cent would cast their ballot for Trump.

Some more highlights if this somehow wasn't bad enough:

• If Canada’s provinces were US states, Donald Trump would carry none of them: Ms. Clinton would clobber the real estate developer coast to coast, including by a 74%-26% margin in the most conservative province in Canada, Alberta.

• Women were especially uninterested in Mr. Trump (87%-13%) but three out of four men (73%) wouldn’t vote for him either.

• The only subgroup that shows an unusual level of interest in Mr. Trump is those who voted CPC last fall. 39% said they would vote for Trump; Hillary Clinton would carry Conservatives here with 61%.

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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #12 on: November 23, 2016, 09:21:28 PM »
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I always assumed our "holy shit this stuff doesn't work" example for multicult and insane progressivism would be Sweden or Germany, but in a way it'll be good to have a neighboring country lose their minds becoming Bizarro America now that we elected Trump. Show normies what could have been and let them recoil.

The more muslims and somalis that Canada imports, the more white liberals here will want to flock to it

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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #13 on: November 23, 2016, 09:40:57 PM »
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I've missed Stephen Harper for a long time now, he wasn't great but he would have never pulled any of the """progressive""" bullshit that Jewdeau tries to shove down Canadians' throats on a regular basis.

Dunno why you would miss him. Harper was a spineless, gutless zionshill who only sped up the importation of gooks and ragniggers into Canuckistan.

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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #14 on: November 23, 2016, 10:06:32 PM »
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I've missed Stephen Harper for a long time now, he wasn't great but he would have never pulled any of the """progressive""" bullshit that Jewdeau tries to shove down Canadians' throats on a regular basis.

Dunno why you would miss him. Harper was a spineless, gutless zionshill who only sped up the importation of gooks and ragniggers into Canuckistan.

I don't disagree that Harper's neo-cuck policies damaged this country (he sold his soul to the Saudis b/c of course he did), but somehow Trudeau's worse thanks to his liberal agenda of importing even more and more and more """refugees""" and other third world immigrants, trying to stop hurt feels by enacting hate speech laws (IIRC he already passed a law making it illegal to even criticize trannies, and is trying to do the same for muslims), and being a straight up Islamist telling us nothing to see here when terrorism occurs and destroys many lives. And it only took Trudeau a year to do this.

In other words, The same way Obama was worse than Bush for the US.

Ultimately though I really want the next PM to be uncucked enough or adopt Trump's positions to stop the decline of Canada

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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #15 on: November 23, 2016, 11:06:09 PM »
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We tried to conquer Canada twice, once during the Revolution and then again during the War of 1812. I wonder if Canada would be cooler if we had annexed it or America would just be gayer.

Probably gayer:

Polls have long showed Canadians expressing greater support for Democrats than Republicans. One recent survey gave President Barack Obama an approval rating of 80 per cent among Canadians, a score he has not managed south of the border since the first months of his presidency in 2009.

This affinity with the Democratic Party has continued throughout the current election campaign. Two polls conducted in recent months by Abacus Data and Mainstreet Research have shown that 73 to 80 per cent of Canadians would vote for Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, if they had the chance.

Just 15 to 20 per cent would cast their ballot for Trump.

Some more highlights if this somehow wasn't bad enough:

• If Canada’s provinces were US states, Donald Trump would carry none of them: Ms. Clinton would clobber the real estate developer coast to coast, including by a 74%-26% margin in the most conservative province in Canada, Alberta.

• Women were especially uninterested in Mr. Trump (87%-13%) but three out of four men (73%) wouldn’t vote for him either.

• The only subgroup that shows an unusual level of interest in Mr. Trump is those who voted CPC last fall. 39% said they would vote for Trump; Hillary Clinton would carry Conservatives here with 61%.

"Polls"
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Still though, I have little hope that Canada could find it's balls and elect a Trump.

I just don't see this:
Ultimately though I really want the next PM to be uncucked enough or adopt Trump's positions to stop the decline of Canada
happening because I don't think that person exists in Canada. Maybe there's a Quebecois that's tough enough, but the rest of the country is p gay.

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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #16 on: November 25, 2016, 06:20:31 PM »
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Justin Trudeau is one of those people that will just look like a teenager forever. Much like Ben Shapiro.

It's almost as if this is a side effect of cuckoldry?

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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #17 on: November 25, 2016, 07:31:19 PM »
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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #18 on: November 25, 2016, 09:43:20 PM »
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Polls have long showed Canadians expressing greater support for Democrats than Republicans. One recent survey gave President Barack Obama an approval rating of 80 per cent among Canadians, a score he has not managed south of the border since the first months of his presidency in 2009.

This affinity with the Democratic Party has continued throughout the current election campaign. Two polls conducted in recent months by Abacus Data and Mainstreet Research have shown that 73 to 80 per cent of Canadians would vote for Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, if they had the chance.

Just 15 to 20 per cent would cast their ballot for Trump.

Some more highlights if this somehow wasn't bad enough:

• If Canada’s provinces were US states, Donald Trump would carry none of them: Ms. Clinton would clobber the real estate developer coast to coast, including by a 74%-26% margin in the most conservative province in Canada, Alberta.

• Women were especially uninterested in Mr. Trump (87%-13%) but three out of four men (73%) wouldn’t vote for him either.

• The only subgroup that shows an unusual level of interest in Mr. Trump is those who voted CPC last fall. 39% said they would vote for Trump; Hillary Clinton would carry Conservatives here with 61%.

Honestly, telling a pollster you'd vote for Trump is probably considered a hate crime in Canada.

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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #19 on: November 25, 2016, 10:20:15 PM »
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I love how despite their liberal smarminess, Canada basically has the same economy of that of a developing country being completely dependent on the prices of natural resources.


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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #20 on: November 26, 2016, 02:30:42 AM »
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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #21 on: November 26, 2016, 08:09:48 AM »
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it's little Trudeau

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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #22 on: November 26, 2016, 12:02:30 PM »
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Like clockwork, Miss Trudeau said that he learned of Castro’s death with “deep sorrow”, paying tribute to him as a “larger than life leader who served his people for almost half a century”.

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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #23 on: December 05, 2016, 06:15:32 PM »
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<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NvTKtqODneQ" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NvTKtqODneQ</a>

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Re: Our embarrassing little brother: The Canada Thread
« Reply #24 on: December 05, 2016, 07:29:57 PM »
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Give the guy a break his dad just died