Rainbow poppies and religious tests for political leaders: The LGBT movement keeps pushing

By Jonathon Van Maren

Earlier this week, I wrote that things in Canada are moving very, very quickly to the point where the LGBT movement has the power to begin imposing the worldview of the Sexual Revolution on the country—including Christian communities.

Angry, abusive mobs are attempting to de-platform anyone who refuses to say that biological men can become women. Alberta’s NDP attempted to shut down Christian schools that refused to host gay clubs (and would have done so if they’d won a second mandate). And in just a few days since I noted that things are getting worse, two more very concerning indicators of where we’re at have surfaced.

First, a seventeen-year-old girl was suspended from Stonewall Collegiate high school this week—for disagreeing with the decision to replace the black and red poppy that has been traditionally used to honor veterans with a rainbow poppy that has apparently been created to celebrate the LGBT contribution to Canada’s military. According to the girl — Natalie — teachers, counsellors, and some of the students began pushing to switch to the rainbow poppy, and she disagreed. She “typed up papers on a computer, printed them off, and taped them up in the halls” to express her respectful disagreement, including a few quotes from some news stories on the issue.


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