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Quebec students tear down, trample school ‘pride’ flag in protest of LGBT agenda​

A crowd of students recently protesting the LGBT agenda in a Quebec school tore down and trampled a rainbow “pride” flag.

Last week, a group of teenagers from the Chêne-Bleu Secondary School in Pincourt, Quebec cheered as one of their fellow students tore down a flag representing the LGBT agenda, supporting the act of defiance by trampling the flag once it was no longer flying.

A 51-second video clip circulated by Neomedia shows a crowd of over a hundred students protesting on the lower level of the school while their classmate tore the flag off a pole from a balcony above them. The incident took place on May 16, one day before the 2023 International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia.

School officials and media reports have framed the protest as an unfortunate event, with the school’s principal saying she was “disappointed” over the so-called attack on gender confused students. Another LGBT advocate expressed that the number of students rejecting the ideology is only increasing, citing a rise in protests over LGBT indoctrination in Canadian schools.

Another outlet reported that, on the same day, students from Phare International School put out a petition to have all rainbow flags and posters to be taken down within the building, an attempt which was thwarted by school officials. Some students who protested by tearing down LGBT propaganda themselves were reportedly suspended for their actions.

The response of the students stands in direct contrast of the nation’s pro-LGBT prime minister, Justin Trudeau, who endorsed the agenda once again in a statement released on May 17.

“Everyone should be able to be who they are and love who they love, free from discrimination and hate,” Trudeau said, citing “this year’s theme for the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia, ‘Together Always: United in Diversity,’” as he called for acceptance of the LGBT ideology.

“People from the 2SLGBTQI+ [sic] community, particularly transgender [sic] people, are still facing a crisis of targeted violence in Canada and across the globe,” the statement reads. “Canada continues to actively promote 2SLGBTQI+ [sic] human rights on the world stage, and address the ongoing, widespread criminalization, discrimination, and violence faced by these communities.”

Contrary to school and government officials, president of Quebec Life Coalition (QLC) Georges Buscemi is cautiously optimistic about the student response to LGBT indoctrination in Canadian schools.

“I am hoping that this is not simply the case of a rebellious student body revolting against whatever the prevailing doxa might be in a given time, with LGBT happening to be today’s prevailing doxa,” Buscemi told LifeSiteNews via email. “I sense and hope that the youth are not consuming the mainstream pro-LGBT narrative but have turned to alternative media.”

While the student protests “have given me much joy and hope,” Buscemi added that he continues to “hesitate to fully rejoice, because I don’t know really what is happening in the schools and with the kids on the ground, whether their dissent from LGBT dogma is principled or simply a form of youthful rebellion against today’s twisted norm.”

“The LGBTQI2S+ indoctrination in Quebec schools has been relentless in the past decade and seems to have picked up steam in the last years,” he told LifeSiteNews. “One gets a sense, however, that this movement may have overplayed its hand with the drag queen and related trans phenomena, which has provoked a counter reaction from various sectors, including parents.”

The witness of the Chêne-Bleu students last week is not the first time that young Canadians have protested the push to embed gender ideology in the public school system. Another act of defiance in response to the International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia took place as hundreds of students stayed home last Wednesday because Ontario schools flew the rainbow flag in promotion of the LGBT ideology.

Last month, a group of students headed a protest of the decision to host a drag event at York Mills Collegiate Institute in Toronto. Josh Alexander has become the face of young Canadians pushing back against gender ideology. What began as a simple refusal to condone boys using girls’ bathrooms at school developed into an ongoing campaign against LGBT indoctrination, leaving Alexander facing repercussions for defending the truth.


Oriental Orthodox
Interesting development. For a long time it has felt like Canada has felt a need to out-virtue signal the United States, as a weird way to distinguish itself. I'm sure there are plenty of examples of Quebec Wokeness, but I suspect their autonomy from the rest of the country (French as the official language, Catholicism) might serve as some kind of insulation from the worst of it.


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Former gay porn star, Joseph Scambria, has an excellent Youtube channel. I'm surprised Jewtube hasn't tore it down yet. This is the kind of content that is helpful to share with friends or family that are struggling with the spiritual sickness of homosexuality, or just those that don't seem to understand how being gay is problematic.

Here are some talks he has with Orthodox clergy:

A chat with Saint Seraphim Rose's niece:

Here's his website:

About Joseph as an author:

Joseph Sciambra was born in 1969, in Northern California, not far from San Francisco. He grew up in a stable and loving home while attending Catholic parochial schools from kindergarten through twelfth grade. Early on, the dark shadow of pornography would cloud his entire childhood and teenage years. Throughout the 1990s, Joseph lived around the homosexual culture of the Castro District, offering him rare insight into the daily lives and struggles of many gay men. Later, he became an amateur porn actor and escort. In 1999, following a near death experience, Joseph returned to the Love of Our Lord Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church. Since then he has written extensively concerning the real-life issues of pornography, homosexuality, and the occult. He received his BA from the University of California at Berkeley in Art History and his MA from Sonoma State University.

His books:

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What does this do? Why $2500?

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The Target down the street from me gave me a trespass notice and warning yesterday. For the past week I'd load up carts with the tranny shit. It would take about 30-45 minutes to scan everything since I asked for the protection plan bullshit, they had to go back and type in these small numbers.

Ring up anywhere from $1800-2500. Say I left my cash at home. I would ask those around me if they had a spare $2500 I could use. Laughs and amusement from most.

I went in this morning, a guard stopped me and gave me a pink paper saying I can't come in anymore. A cart guy fist bumped me on the way out.

I can't go back to THAT Target for the next 24 months, but I'm about to go to one 12 minutes away and repeat. It's LEGAL

The Penitent Man

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This is actually a good idea to sabotage the functionality of these stores that support the gay agenda, but it would require organization and numbers to be effective. It’s tossing their garbage back in their face. If I recall correctly, the Jew Saul Alinsky once described a tactic used to bring department stores to heel whereby a bunch of blacks or undesirables would loiter about the store, buy nothing, and take up all of the employees’ time so they could never get to the actual customers. The would-be customers weren’t doing anything illegal so if they were asked to leave then they’d bring the accusation of discrimination against the store to the media.

What this guy is describing accomplishes something similar. Imagine if dozens of people went into their local stores for weeks on end and loaded up carts full of this June trash, submitted coupons for it all so it took forever to check them out, and then declared they had forgotten their wallets and had to go fetch them, never to return. When they were done, there would be several more gay merchandise enthusiasts lined up right behind them. I suppose you could do the same thing at self-checkout. Obviously you wouldn’t be putting Target out of business, but it could make for a very unpleasant month if this were done citywide, statewide, or nationwide.

My only misgiving with something like this is knowing how Jewish, and therefore hypocritical, this behavior is. It is interesting to think about though.
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REVEALED: Target's VP of brand management is treasurer at LGBTQ group that pushes school districts to allow children to secretly change gender: Company donated $2.1 million to organization​

  • Carlos Saavedra, 43, is Target's vice president for brand management and also volunteers as a director at GLSEN
  • GLSEN said teachers should keep trans and nonbinary students' gender identities confidential, including from parents
  • The backlash to Target's Pride collection comes after Bud Light was boycotted over its partnership with trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney
A marketing executive at Target also serves as the treasurer of a LGBT organization which receives millions of dollars from the retailer and advocates allowing trans and nonbinary school students to keep their gender identity secret from parents.

Carlos Saavedra, 43, is Target's vice president for brand management and also volunteers as a director at GLSEN, which supports LGBTQ youth in schools.

Details of Saavedra's role at GLSEN come as Target's donations to the organization were placed under the spotlight following a backlash to the retailer's Pride month range, which includes 'tuck-friendly' women's swimwear.

Target has reportedly donated $2.1 million to GLSEN, whose policies include ensuring school staff should 'ensure that all personally identifiable and medical information relating to transgender and nonbinary students is kept confidential'.

GLSEN's policy said this should include withholding the information from 'parents or guardians... unless the student has authorized such disclosure'. Critics say the policy 'violates [a parents'] right to parent their own children]'.

Target says on its website: 'GLSEN leads the movement in creating affirming, accessible and anti-racist spaces for LGBTQIA+ students. We are proud of 10+ years of collaboration with GLSEN and continue to support their mission.'

Saavedra joined target in July 2019 and was made Vice President, Brand Management in January 2021, according to his LinkedIn page.

His profile says he joined GLSEN as a board member in May 2019 and was elected to the executive committee as treasurer in November 2021.

Saavedra's profile explains the organization's mission is 'helping create safe spaces in schools for LGBTQIA+ students'.

Saavedra was approached for comment.

GLSEN also provides instructions for teachers on how they can make classes such as math and science 'more inclusive of trans and non-binary identities', including using 'they/them' pronouns in lesson plans.

Target lost more than $10billion in market capitalization in the span of 10 days following the backlash.

Prior to the controversy, Target shares were trading at $160.96, giving the retailer a market valuation of roughly $74.3billion.

By the time The New York Stock Exchange closed on Friday, the stock was trading at $138.93 - marking a market valuation of $64.2billion, and loss of $10.1billion.

The backlash to Target's Pride range comes amid an ongoing controversy around Bud Light's decision to use trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney to promote the beer.

Writing for, a former executive at Anheuser-Busch, which owns Bud Light, explained how 'consumers have no idea that their money may be used as leverage by major financial institutions to influence popular American brands'.