Friday, July 19, 2013

Was senior educator involved in Ontario’s sex-ed policies?


Was senior educator involved in Ontario's sex-ed policies?

"Word that University of Toronto professor Ben Levin had been arrested on child-pornography charges rocked Queen's Park this week… A highly respected educator and a former senior bureaucrat, Levin was a member of Premier Kathleen Wynne's transition team, a trusted and influential adviser." – and – "Levin walked with Wynne, former federal Liberal leader Bob Rae and current leader Justin Trudeau at the recent Gay Pride Parade, so this is a person with political connections… First, we must remember these are only charges; Levin's been convicted of nothing. That's up to a judge. But it does raise disturbing questions in general about the way education policy is formulated and who has input." – (Emphasis added -JG.)

The above quotes are taken from Christina Blizzard's article "Disturbing questions about sex education policy" appearing in the Toronto Sun on July 9th this year.

In my opinion, that is indeed a valid question, bearing in mind that as early as April 21st, 2010, the National Post published an editorial which stated that "…we see the program as a political vehicle for special interest groups obsessed with 'social justice', who perceive entrenchment of their libertine agenda in public school curricula as the quickest and most efficient route to detaching children from morality-based sexual values."

Anti-bullying legislation has been used as a convenient cover and vehicle for LGBT indoctrination. In "Sexual deviancy to be the norm in Ontario schools…" posted on May 16th last year, I said that "It seems perfectly clear to me that the anti-bullying bandwagon has been hijacked by social engineers, who are determined to use it as a propaganda vehicle to indoctrinate young children and teens. As the Toronto Sun's Christina Blizzard suggested last year, "The bill sounds more like a political statement about gay rights than a piece of legislation." (Links to this and other items below.)

In the Toronto Star article "Benjamin Levin criticized background checks for youth workers" published on July 16th, we are told of an essay published by the "Literary Review of Canada" in its June issue in which Levin says that "…schools need to be more deeply engaged in their communities by partnering with ethnic groups, cultural associations and social programs such as food co-ops", and expresses regret that such partnerships are "made more difficult by various rules with good intentions but sometimes bad consequences, such as the requirement that all adults working with students must undergo criminal record checks." (Emphasis added -JG.)

And in "Benjamin Levin granted $100,000 bail, charged with two more child porn offences" appearing in the Toronto Star on July 19th, leftist lawyer Clayton Ruby is quoted as saying that his client has served as an Ontario Deputy Minister of Education, in addition to being on Kathleen Wynne's transition team: "He is a man who has made enormous contributions to the educational system in this province, and indeed with changes that have been copied around the world".

In his article "Ben Levin letter raises questions" appearing in the Sun News Network's "Straight Talk", Joe Warmington complains that "Doing this column was like trying to nail Jello to a wall."

He tells us of an April 6th, 2009 letter Levin wrote to Ontario's senior educators titled "Ontario's New Equity and inclusive Education Strategy" in which he says that "Today, the ministry released its new equity and inclusive education strategy paper, Realizing the Promise Of Diversity. . . This province-wide strategy has been a priority for our Minister of Education Kathleen Wynne and me".

That seems to be completely straightforward, and it is also seriously bad news for now-Premier Wynne, who is an avowed lesbian, although I don't remember that being common knowledge until she decided to join the race to replace Dalton McGuinty earlier this year…

Of course, we will have to wait until Levin's trial is over, and his guilt or innocence has been determined.

But in the meantime, speculation will be rife as to whether or not he used his senior position in the Education Ministry, and his close working relationship with Education Minister and now-Premier Wynne, to further a personal sexual agenda.

Levin's next court appearance is scheduled for August 8th…

Jeff Goodall.

Here are links to all the items I have utilized in compiling this analysis and presentation:

See "Disturbing questions about sex education policy" (July 9th, 2013) here.

See "National Post editorial board: Explicit sex education program planned for Ontario" (April 21st, 2010) here.

See "Sexual deviancy to be the norm in Ontario schools" (May 16th, 2012) here.

See "Benjamin Levin criticized background checks for youth workers" (July 16th, 2013) here.

See "Benjamin Levin granted $100,000 bail, charged with two more child porn offences" (July 10th, 2013) here.

See "Ben Levin letter raises questions" (July 10th, 2013) here.



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