October 30, 2019

6-Year-Old School Children Forced To Write Gay Love Letters To ‘Teach Diversity’


A video published by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) showing 6-year-old school children being instructed to write gay love letters has been causing a stir on social media.
The video, originally uploaded to BBC Radio Manchester’s Facebook page, shows young children at Bewsey Lodge Primary School being instructed to write love letters from “Prince Henry” to his manservant, “Thomas”, with the teacher instructing her pupils: “You’re going to tell Thomas why it’s a brilliant idea for him to marry you.”

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4 comments:

. said...

This is the result of the defeat-of-The-Good-Guys, during WWII, and I am 100% serious.

Just imagine what kind-of-world we would have had, if things were different...

Anonymous said...

Brought to you by....the Deicide Race; agents of the Light Bearer. 2000 plus years of demoralizing White Gentiles and others with every perversion imaginable.

Ross said...

The LGBT agenda has always really been the LGBT(P) agenda, and slowly, chip by chip, we see the parentheses removed. More people are startimg to realise that within twenty years 'paedophobia'will be deemed a 'hate crime'.

How dare you haters oppose the loving relationship betweenna sixty-year old man and a ten year old boy! Pedophobe!

The world is in a very dark place at the moment, and it is just going to get worse.

Chains said...

@ross indeed its a spiritual war and we are losing our collective way. Parents are really being squeezed. Young families should be able to have 3+ children families and afford a house on one income. Maybe we should be doing this like was done in the ancient world or even Japan recently.
https://ellenbrown.com/2017/06/27/sovereign-debt-jubilee-japanese-style/
Doing regular debt jubilees they were able to keep their economies rolling for millennia
The people currently holding the purse strings are smashing us and we just cant get a consensus on how we are going to get out of this hole. Its is very concerning, I agree.