Glory and long life to our new King, the King of Canada, good King Lenard! By an act of church and Parliament and laws, King Lenard I is hereby the new King of Canada.
King Lenard is ready to take your supplication and tribute at his castle, at 567 Adelaide St. N., London Ontario.
For posterity I have digitally preserved this copy of his first address, published in the London Free Press, this Wednesday, the 4th of April, 2012 (section A, page 7).
I'm a little peeved that I wasn't invited to the coronation, but it's a small price to pay for the glory and honour of being subject to King Lenard's beneficent whims.
Wednesday, April 04, 2012
Monday, April 02, 2012
Christina Blizzard, hitting everything but the target.
Hey, don't get Christina wrong, she is totally ready to tolerate the gays, just, could we maybe let the homophobic parents let their kids hate them a little?
"Don't get me wrong. I don't have any objections to GSAs. If schools want them, if students want them, if someone is prepared to organize and run them, then anything that helps make a young person feel valued and good about himself or herself should be applauded.
What I do object to is having the rights of parents to choose what they want for their children disregarded."
Because we need parents shoving their particular weird morality into a public school system.
"Parents who choose to put their kids in a Catholic school do so because they want them educated according to Catholic doctrine."
Oh, Catholic schools. Of course they can do whatever they want in their private domain.
'You and I may disagree with that, but you can't tell people what to think and you can't dictate the morals and ethics a parent may teach a child."
Shorter Christina: There is nothing wrong with teaching hate under the banner of religion.
So it's cut and dried. The Ontario government is forcing Catholic schools to have GSA clubs , which will surely lead to fornicatin'. This isn't happening by the way. Christina sucking back the Gingold and stretching reality to meed her narrative.
Here is how the evil Liberals are forcing gay culture down the throats of the catholic school boards (I see the catholics as power tops, so the analogy isn't that good in my mind):
9. The Act is amended by adding the following section:
Board support for certain pupil activities and organizations
303.1 Every board shall support pupils who want to establish and lead,
(a) activities or organizations that promote gender equity;
(b) activities or organizations that promote anti-racism;
(c) activities or organizations that promote the awareness and understanding of, and respect for, people with disabilities; or
(d) activities or organizations that promote the awareness and understanding of, and respect for, people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, including organizations with the name gay-straight alliance or another name.
Holy balls and cheese. Schools boards are going to be required to support equality and anti-racism. I am going to burn a fucking book, probably The God Delusion, in protest of this statist overreach. Luckily, the Catholic doctrine and the reality of floating your own boat, hoeing your own roe and fucking your own altar boy should put the Catholic school boards out of the bony secular reach of the government.
A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Conclusion
A funny thing happened on the way to my conclusion; a funny thing happened to Christina's conclusion. The winds or reality suddenly, and unexpectedly, blew up here skirt and tickled her logic centre. After going to the mat to defend racists and homophobes (hooray for free speech bed partners!), Christina writes:
"...the other can of worms this opens is the whole issue of faith-based funding. Catholic parent groups came to Queen's Park saying they're opposed to GSAs and resent the government imposing values on them that are not consistent with Catholic teaching.
The question then becomes one of funding for faith-based schools. Much as I sympathize with the rights of parents to teach their children religion, if Catholic schools are unwilling to comply with ministry directives, then perhaps Catholic schools should not be getting public funds."
What the hell? Where was that in the first 3/4 of the column? I'm not a published columnist, nor an ordained Paperboy, but isn't this the technical definition of burying the lede? At the very least, shouldn't the editor have moved that bit to the top and cut out the rest of the codswallop completely? Unless, of course, you are trying to shit on the government and merely want to enrage the low-intellect voter by putting THE OUTRAGE at the top and leaving the nasty facts to the end but who would do that really what kind of paper do you take them for anyway just because the headline is misleading and there are misstatements in the column and the facts don't support the conclusion which is hinted at and then avoided at the last moment like a driver spotting a deer on a country road while heading home late after work and his fucking eyes are so tired from the damn...
I digress. But this is a blog and not a column by an employee by the QMI Agency. I have standards and don't think my readers are easily outraged morons.