The Trudeau Liberals have shockingly approved a taxpayer-funded booklet for kids calling out the Conservative Party by name and saying the Red Ensign is a hate symbol.
As per a photo of the booklet recorded by Blacklock’s Reporter:
“Canadian Red Ensign — The flag of Canada until 1965. Its usage denotes a desire to return to Canada’s demographics before 1967, when it was predominately white. Not to be confused with provincial flags, especially Ontario’s, which looks very similar, except for the crest.”
“The Canadian Red Ensign is often used by the younger alt-right/Canada First movement, but has been seen amongst older hate-promoting groups and individuals. Its usage in modern times is an indicator of hate-promoting beliefs.”
This, of course, isn’t what the Red Ensign is about. The Red Ensign is most commonly used as a symbol of patriotism and to celebrate Canada’s history and is often worn by WWII veterans at memorial events, as it’s the flag they fought under.
Nonetheless, the Liberals appear hellbent on bastardizing this in their attempt to concoct Canada’s own version of the American Confederate Flag, even saying that the booklet will “teach core values.”
Indeed, according to Diversity Minister Ahmed Hussen, “This new resource will be delivered through workshops in schools across the country, and it will help raise awareness with students,” adding that the booklet will “teach core values to our kids.”
As Blacklock reports, Hussen approved a $268,400 grant to fund the booklet entitled “Confronting And Preventing Hate In Canadian Schools.” The booklet is meant to serve as a guide and was written by the Canadian Anti-Hate Network, a radical socialist organization that receives federal funding.
Yesterday, Bernie Farber, chair of the Canadian Anti-Hate Network, announced that the booklet would be used to further push anti-hate messaging in schools, adding that Canadians should expect more such propaganda in the future.
“It’s not just a free toolkit. The Canadian Anti-Hate Network is launching a whole education program,” Faber said.