The incident gathered extensive traffic on the internet after independent journalist and videographer Nadine Ness posted details on her Twitter account.
“Discrimination based on sexual orientation is very much alive and well in this Sask school, especially if that sexual orientation is straight. High school students in Swift Current were pulled into the principles office for signing their name on a poster that said ‘I’m straight and proud,’” Ness posted.
“I’ve attached a copy and covered the student’s names in order to protect their identity. The principal allegedly had an RCMP officer brought in to question some of these kids without parents there and the kids have disclosed to their parents feeling being intimidated by this RCMP officer who was saying things like this borderlines a hate crime and they could get in legal trouble,” she continued.
“What makes this worst is the school never even notified the parents of those kids! If you are a parent of one of those kids I’m sorry you’re hearing it from me first and not the school.”
Ness claims that the RCMP member tried to intimidate the students by describing their poster as a “borderline” hate crime that could entail legal consequences.
“The kids have disclosed to their parents feeling being intimidated by this RCMP officer who was saying things like this borderlines a hate crime and they could get in legal trouble,” Ness wrote.
Joanne Booth, communications coordinator for the Chinook School Division, the agency responsible for the high school, told The Post Millennial Wednesday that “your information is incorrect” when asked about the incident but would not say what information she was referring to and refused to answer yes or no as to whether the RCMP visited the school. She said she would have “no further comment” on the matter.
The receptionist did not even want to provide Booth’s last name to TPM and suggested it could be gleaned by “research.”
As the school and the board are public entities, it did not take long to discover that information.
In conversation with Ness Wednesday, the former RCMP officer noted that “about 10” students were grilled by the RCMP after a teacher called the local constabulary and complained about “hate speech” occuring at the school. She told TPM that the school has still not provided any apology, explanation or acknowledgment of the police interrogation to the parents of the students affected.
Ness said she is working on a video that will expose other gender transition exercises that are going on in the school.
Christians and Muslims have joined forces across Canada to oppose the celebration of LBGTQ ideology and “pride month” being enforced at schools.
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