Home schooling preferred for Queensland girl.

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  1. billy the kid

    billy the kid Well-Known Member

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    I notice that a Queensland mum has withdrawn her daughter from school, opting to home school her. Grace Grace, the Minister for Education has announced that children are withdrawn from school for many reasons.
    Of course, she wouldnt mention this reason....the Safe Schools programme masquerading as an anti bullying programme, but really just promotes homosexuality....
    See these links and make up your own minds.....
    I feel sorry for the kids of today...brainwashed with islam in the USA and brainwashed about the normality of homosexuality in Australia....no wonder the little girl said she wanted to stay at home...said she preferred the stress free environment of home schooling......
    I suppose there would be some stress if you were at a school with the Safe Schools programme....
    Apparently, according to the ABC report, there are 3,000 children in Queensland being home schooled, up considerably from recent times....
    http://www.safeschools.acl.org.au/
    http://youreteachingourchildrenwhat.org/2017/08/petition-to-stop-safe-schools/

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    As you have seen by the FGM posts, it is not just schools that are brainwashing people about Islam.

    Unless you are basing your views on a religious basis, what is not normal about homosexuality? It happens in the animal kingdom as well.

    I had a mate who said homos were disgusting. I asked him why, he said it was what they did. I said, "Oh you mean those two things that you complain that your wife won't do?"
     
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    I think an issue he had was he was afraid one would be attracted to him, and a bigger issue was that he could be attracted to them.
     
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    Oh did I say "normal"...I suppose I did....
    What I meant to say was that the programme emphazises that homosexuality is the preferred culture.
    The children are encouraged to be gender fluid until they are in their teens, when they should decide if they are male or female...is that normal schooling for kids....
    If my kids were being indoctrinated by the SS programme, theyd be out in a flash...Youre suggesting that your kids would remain and think about if they were boys or kids until they were teenagers....thats normal is it.....everything about this programme is abnormal....
    Hell will freeze over before someone convinces me that homosexuality is "normal"
     
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    It wouldn't worry me at all, I know that my kids are well aware of what is going on in those respects, but just blindly following what I believe would be wrong, I would rather they be exposed to all of society and make up their own enlightened minds.
    If both turn out like me, (god help them), I can high five myself. If they were to make an informed decision themselves which was different, I raised strong intelligent children, I would high five myself.
     
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    I have news for you, kids explore their sexuality anyway, and from a very early age. 4-6
     
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    billy the kid Well-Known Member

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    Oh come on...youre dancing around the question, ducking and weaving like a middleweight...answer the question....would you like them to wait until they were teenagers before they decided if they were a boy or a girl.......
     
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    Theres a difference between exploring their sexuality and being encouraged to be a boy today and a girl tomorrow (ie come to school dressed like a boy today and a girl tomorrow)..thats normal is it...........gimme a break.....
     
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    I answered that question, I would ensure that they understood what they were being taught ,I would ensure that it was age appropriate etc. The final responsibility for ensuring my children are educated is mine, then what they make of that education is theirs.
     
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    Was that a waltz or a two step.....
     
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    You are disappointing me Kid. What I said is a direct answer, I have no fear of the safe schools program. There was a boy I went to school with, not a hair on his face at 17, prettier than a lot of the girls. I lived in a tough rural town, farmers and miners, if you didn't play footy you were a poof. The boy never did anything you would say was gay, but he was bullied sickeningly. He took his own life before we finished school.
     
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    If the safe schools programme was wholly and solely aimed at protecting bullies, then I would have no qualms about it....but its not....cant you see that.....did you actually read the links....
    You talk about a child who suicided due to bullying....ok thats one too many suicides from bullying.
    I also saw a report not long ago that a little girl took her own life due to bullying on face book....thats
    two too many....
    However the programme does not target bullying per se....
    Perhaps you could chat to one of the parents of children involved in a safe school programme and ask
    their opinions of what is being taught.
    I dont know the curriculum under this programme, I can only read what is on the links I have quoted.
    If a parent told me that the programme only targeted bullying, then I wouldnt have a problem...
     
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    Here's an example of how bizarre things are in today's western societies: when bullying occurs in school playgrounds (I'm obviously talking about the UK), it isn't the bully who is sanctioned, it's the victims, who either have to move to a different school, or stay put and continue to be bullied.
     
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    Youre kidding.......wtf is going on there.......
     
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    That's usually the case.

    I think I have an idea of some of the problem as there was a time I was part of it. Then I met a very special young woman. She gave me a desire to change, never had to ask, never really had seen the "old me". In the whirlwind that surrounded me at that time I had an epiphany.
    The changes were conscious on my part and not in response to her not liking the old me, rather her responses to the new me.
    I completely redefined what a man was. She always held my arm, not my hand when we walked down the street. She would link one arm through mine and hold my arm with the other hand. This is a possessive action but also one of feeling secure. She always said she felt safe like that, she said she knew I would always protect her.
    I didn't have to make a song and dance act about how macho I was, or how tough. It was assumed knowledge.
    She always said she wasn't meant for this time and she told me on the day I asked her to marry me, she was only 18, she told me that we shouldn't marry because I wanted to grow old with her, I shushed her and asked her again and she said yes. We never knew it at the time but I believe she did, she only lived another 18 years.
    The man I am today is because of her.
     
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    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/1486667/Teacher-jailed-for-air-rifle-shooting.html

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uk...-and-daughter-who-burned-to-death-in-car.html

    I'm getting a bit pushed for time now but I'm certainly not kidding. Take a few minutes to get the gist of the two links above and you'll see how insane it is in this country, and it's all thanks to the liberals. You won't believe it, and I can hardly believe it myself.
     
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    It happens here too. Watch that series Thorpy did on bullying
     
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    I would love to hear you qualify that last statement. I actually believe just the opposite.
     
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    Billy Billy Billy,
    wtf is going on in your life?
    You run amok when it comes to Islam, you are afraid of women, of men as well (or at least of that part which might poke your rear end). Or maybe you are longing for just that, I haven't worked it out.
    Mate, you need help. Time to come out, enlighten us....
    Reg.
     
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    billy the kid Well-Known Member

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    Well, you see cats.............I dont like crosswords.....
     
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    Now, I am going to hijack this thread here, I think. I really don’t know because I really not sure what the premise is.

    It happens in the animal kingdom. Animals don’t procreate for pleasure. They procreate for reproduction. So the argument that it happens in the animal kingdom is BS.

    BUT the sentiment put into humanity here is also incorrect as it is about lust not love. You are talking about two different sentiments here. One denotes, not preference, but actions.

    Mmm, instead of running and hiding this time perhaps you could try pushing your point??? I know this comment is not you, your smarter than that.


    Errr, is this a homophobic bash, perhaps an educational bash, or a doogooder bash??? Is this what the thread is about???
     
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    None of the above...
    It is simply a thread which was originated when I observed a television news
    article, where a Queensland mother had withdrawn her daughter from her school in favour of home schooling. The politician involved commented that the number of children being home schooled in Queensland had increased recently to 3,000.
    I simply raised the point that it may be due to the Safe Schools programme.
    Im not jumping to conclusions..just posting an opinion....
    Children are not just withdrawn from school due to the stress of learning...there has to be another reason for her mother to take on this burden...is her mother a retired school teacher herself...I dont know...was she being bullied...I dont know...was there a specific reason which was not revealed...I dont know....
    As usual, no-one will agree that this (SS programme) could be a possibility...I am simply pilloried for raising the issue...as I am in other threads....
    Who was it that posted today that everyone is entitled to an opinion.....
    Its obvious that I am not entitled to express an opinion..
     
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    No, nothing to do with posting your opinion, not even criticising the thread. As said, I didn’t even bother with the premise. I ended up asking what the premise of the thread was.


    SO, from this comment I was not hijacking the thread at all.

    Have you ever thought the reason the increase in home schooling is because people don’t want their kids indoctrinated into a beliefs??? Maybe they want their children educated to learn???

    Anyway, keep posting your opinion the point I raised on another’s comment is about the way they discuss homophobic beliefs…
     
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    OK cats...I will enlighten you.....
    I dont trust politicians...do you
    I dont trust the media...do you
    I dont trust used car salesmen...do you
    I dont trust real estate salesmen...do you
    I dont trust islam...do you
    I dont trust school curriculums which have a hidden agenda...do you...
    I dont trust judges or magistrates to pass down sufficient penalties for criminals...
    I can see that men are being phased out in various fields due to the empowerment of women...you probably disagree with that...youre entitled to disagree.....
    You obviously dont see the undertones and innuendos that I see, nor the shift in employment
    practices to load the work place with women...who knows..you might even be a woman...
    I do trust my friends
    I do trust my family
    I do trust my neighbours
    I do trust my lawyer
    I do trust my accountant
    I do trust my doctor
    I do trust my dentist
    I do trust my cooking
    I have no time, or sympathy for drug users or alcoholics, wife bashers, child abusers, bullies or chronic gamblers
    who gamble away money which could be used for household food....etc...
    I dont trust my putter...but I trust my driver....
    I am retired..have been for many years...as I said I dont do crosswords...some people
    involve themselves with other activities such as bowls or charity work...I dont.. I also surf...
    I use this forum as an intellectual aid to exercise the brain....typing and googling various
    topics does that for you...(on the advice of my doctor to keep my mind active...)
    I sponsor a child in Thailand
    I detest animal abusers including circuses....and those who hunt and kill animals for sport...
    There you have it...do you want to know my favourite food...seafood...my favourite drink....pineapple juice... and Im an aquarius....I enjoy music from the past as todays music is crap....
    I live alone as my wife died from cancer many many years ago....you should try living alone sometimes...you will thoroughly enjoy the freedom it gives you......
    Now tell me about yourself....
    You probably wont...youll just criticise the items that upset you......
     
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