This story was sent to me by another blogger who wants more eyes on it and I will certainly oblige that request.
Natalie Salisbury was kicked out of school after defending the traditional red and black poppy.
The Grade 11 student refused to don an LGBT-inspired rainbow poppy so she printed off posters to defend her decision and explain why the traditional red and black poppy means so much to so many Canadians.
Natalie’s father called us to express his outrage at the school’s decision. He said Natalie is worried that no-one will stand up for her, which is a damned shame after she proudly stood up for our veterans and our right to remember their sacrifices.
So we’re going to prove to her that that is not the case — people do care and will stand by her.
We will be sending this petition to Natalie to prove to her that thousands of Canadians stand with her in protecting our traditional red and black poppies.
We will also be sending a copy of this petition to the school administration to show them that Natalie is not alone — and this disgrace will not stand!
We stand by Natalie Salisbury — let’s protect our poppies!
These Liberals are Zealots man, conform to our current standards or suffer any consequences we can make happen.
I mean seriously, they kicked this girl out of school because she wouldn’t go along with their virtue signaling campaign for Teh Gays and had the temerity to post her thoughts?
Yeah, I know what I would have told them.
There is a petition you can sign and a ten minute video that reports on this including interviews with Natalie and her father plus the reporter getting shut down trying to talk to the principal and the superintendent.There are currently a little over ten thousand people who have signed the petition electronically, including yours truly. I get anywhere from 2 to 3,000 page views a day here. If all of you took a minute to sign that thing it would add another third to the list.
I say we support our Canadian friends and this brave young lady especially and flog this petition American Style.
The Red and Black poppy is a symbol of support these people do every year for the veterans of WWI and WWII.
Them LBGTQXYZMFRS can find something else to hijack in my opinion and if you want to quote me, I’ll tell you right now that I think Veterans of all wars should be remembered, honored and taken care of long before any queers get anything.
Especially preferential treatment.
You ain’t that special, Sunshine.