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If Teachers Even Question LGBT Indoctrination of Children They Are Suspended by Tim Brown November 6, 2019

indoctination-sm.jpgThe beast system tells you not to question their authority at all, no matter how bizarre, immoral or ungodly.  It’s to the point that not only is the system usurping the authority of parents and implementing their indoctrination, which they call education, but they will even suspend teachers that question such indoctrination, especially when it comes to sodomy, lesbianism and the other mental illnesses of transgenderism.

The latest evidence of this come from the United Kingdom.  You’re surprised, I’m sure.

A school board member in the UK was suspended because she questioned a decision by staff to introduce, without consultation, LGBT Pride Month and LGBT books to the school library.

WND has the story:

Maureen Griffith, 74, has served since the early 1990s as a governor at the Alperton Community School in Brent, North London, said Christian Concern, a division of the Christian Legal Center, which is representing her.

Ahead of a recent board meeting, Griffith discovered a booklet from the school’s library with a “genre-specific” reading list for LGBTQ+ Pride Month.

“At the meeting,” Griffith said, “I raised that the introduction of LGBT books and Pride month into the school had not been mentioned before at any previous meetings. I said that parents had not been consulted and that there would be parents with children from religious backgrounds who would object and not want their children to have this form of sex education.”

“I urged them to consider those families, and added that as a parent myself, I would not have wanted my sons to be reading LGBT books or to be involved in an LGBT Pride month,” she added.

For that concern, a legitimate concern I might add, she was told by the school’s clerk,”Look what you’ve gone and done, you’ve upset him.”

Awww, poor baby.  It’s a shame that adults don’t see themselves as the ones that should correct children and guide their minds and behavior appropriately.

“As I said this, a member of staff stood up and left the room and the clerk of the school began to rage at me saying: ‘Look what you’ve gone and done, you’ve upset him.’ She then told me that I should be accepting of what was happening as it is law,” she continued.

“I know there were members of staff present who were glad that I raised the issue as they felt unable to do so themselves,” Ms. Griffith added.  “After this, my understanding is that two people present complained about what I had said.”

According to Christian Concern:

On 21 May 2019, Mrs Griffith received a letter from school’s clerk, Jo Sattaur, telling her that she had ‘breached the Governors Code of Conduct and made homophobic comments at a public meeting, that were offensive to members of staff.’

The letter said that she had been suspended, that an investigation would commence, and that ‘the governing board will only use suspension/removal as a last resort after seeking to resolve any difficulties or disputes in more constructive ways.’ The letter added that: ‘In all maintained schools, and where an academy trust board decides, the chair is permitted to act in cases of urgency where a delay in exercising the function would be likely to be seriously detrimental to the interests of the school, a pupil, a parent or member of staff.’

After receiving support from the Christian Legal Centre, Mrs Griffith wrote to the school in response to the suspension asking for full details of the allegations against her and asked what she had said that had caused such offence. She also wrote:

‘I respectfully invite you to reconsider my suspension. As you say, the code of conduct states that the suspension is a “last resort”, which will only be used when strictly necessary. Surely, suspension is only necessary and appropriate in cases of serious misconduct, not for a comment someone objects to.’

On 3 July, Mrs Griffith, accompanied by Pastor Ade Omooba MBE, attended a meeting at the school and was told that there would be a ‘speedy conclusion’ to the process. Since then Mrs Griffith has heard nothing.

On 21 May 2019, Mrs Griffith received a letter from school’s clerk, Jo Sattaur, telling her that she had ‘breached the Governors Code of Conduct and made homophobic comments at a public meeting, that were offensive to members of staff.’

The letter said that she had been suspended, that an investigation would commence, and that ‘the governing board will only use suspension/removal as a last resort after seeking to resolve any difficulties or disputes in more constructive ways.’ The letter added that: ‘In all maintained schools, and where an academy trust board decides, the chair is permitted to act in cases of urgency where a delay in exercising the function would be likely to be seriously detrimental to the interests of the school, a pupil, a parent or member of staff.’

After receiving support from the Christian Legal Centre, Mrs Griffith wrote to the school in response to the suspension asking for full details of the allegations against her and asked what she had said that had caused such offence. She also wrote:

‘I respectfully invite you to reconsider my suspension. As you say, the code of conduct states that the suspension is a “last resort”, which will only be used when strictly necessary. Surely, suspension is only necessary and appropriate in cases of serious misconduct, not for a comment someone objects to.’

On 3 July, Mrs Griffith, accompanied by Pastor Ade Omooba MBE, attended a meeting at the school and was told that there would be a ‘speedy conclusion’ to the process. Since then Mrs Griffith has heard nothing.

“My mother always taught me that things have to be done properly,” Mrs Griffith said. “Therefore, whether as a nurse where I am responsible for patient safety or as a governor where I am responsible for a child’s education and shaping the school environment, it is my job to notice things that others do not. In meetings where someone may want to push something through, I scrutinise, and this leads to discussion, debate and finding consensus on the right way to move forward.”

“When they told me I had been ‘homophobic’ for scrutinising the introduction of LGBT Pride month, I had to go home and look up what it meant. I couldn’t believe it. It never occurred to me that I could be ‘homophobic’ or scared of something. These things don’t come into my head.”

“But now with this LGBT agenda, not just in schools, but across society, there is no debate, no questioning and there is only a one-way democracy.”

“I loved being part of education and planning what was happening at the school. I am, however, at peace over the whole situation. I am not annoyed; I am only saddened that this is happening in this country.”

“My faith in Jesus is very important to me in good and bad times – it is my be all and end all. I can do nothing without His help, and he makes my burden lighter. This is how my mum brought me up.”

Andrea Williams, Chief Executive of the Christian Legal Centre, said: “What has taken place at this school is a microcosm of what is happening across our society and sends a clear message to teachers, governors and students: if you oppose the LGBT agenda you will be silenced and punished.”

“No one is exempt, not even a kind, caring and compassionate woman in her 70s who has dedicated her whole life to caring for others and increasing the life chances of children and improving her community.”

“Such censor for merely questioning whether books with LGBT themes are appropriate for school libraries, and asking whether parents had been properly consulted, cannot go unchallenged. We call on the school to reinstate Mrs Griffith and issue a full apology.”

Amen! and Amen!  The people need to rise up and rid themselves of the tyranny of the system and then they will know what it is to be free.

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