Jacinda Ardern has been announced as the latest world leader to be headlining Global Pride. I don’t know why. Shouldn’t she be worried about other things right now – like Covid-19 and the economy? Everything is scripted when it comes to movements like this. It’s not grass roots, there’s an agenda.
“What harm does it do?” people ask. Well, this movement has gone way past the need for acceptance, it’s now pushing it’s ideology onto our youth.
For instance, there’s “Rainbow story time” to introduce the drag queen culture to young children in public libraries. Do you think kids should be exposed to this?
I believe there is a place for drag queens and it’s in the entertainment industry. I think they’re fantastic entertainers, for people who like that kind of thing. Their flamboyance could even find a place in fashion. But in libraries? They’re out of bounds and it’s aggressive. When it’s met with revulsion from the community, the drag queens play the victim and attack the people who want to protect our children.
The mischief doesn’t stop there – gender diversity has been introduced to the New Zealand teaching curriculum.
30,000 people signed a petition to stop New Zealand schools teaching ‘gender diversity’ but they were ignored. Why? It’s a pity our government cares more about other cultures than it does our own culture.
Forget Mr. Rogers: Drag Queen Reading Hour coming to a library near you: “The LGBTQ movement, which promised the public sphere it only wanted equality a la Obergefell v. Hodges, regularly reveals their entitled desire for more. As Erick Erickson famously said, “You will be made to care.”
New Zealand, 19th October 2018: Drag queen story time event at New Zealand library barraged with hatred
Australia, 12th Jan 2020: Protestors storm drag queen story time event and chant aggressively in front of ‘scared’ young children. They’re chanting “Drag queens are not for kids.” The next day, the organiser of the protest was found dead. Young Liberal at the centre of ‘drag queens are not for kids’ viral video is found dead in a suspected suicide – as the library performer sends a heartfelt message to his family.