3 thoughts on “VIDEO UPDATE: Parent afraid to come forward in “Halifax refugee bullies” story”

  1. The parents are “afraid to come forward for fear of being called racist”, well, isn’t that just special, seems to me their fear of a word is more concerning than their fear for the welfare of their children..disgusting, cowards!

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    • Get off your moral high horse. With no policy in place (such as contacting Muslim parents to discuss allegations of aggression and threat and that this in inappropriate in Canadian schools,) these parents leave their children vulnerable to further and more serious attacks at school. Because the school refuses to acknowledge this as an issue, there are no consequences to curb the behaviour. Think about it. Parents have already come forward several times, with no success.

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  2. We are ruled too much by fear. I have tried to work with parents for years to protect their children from psychiatric labelling of children in schools resulting in drugging with psychiatric drugs and seizure by Children’s Aid if parents don’t comply. I can say it has been a bust. Parents are afraid and they won’t be proactive. Well, guess what, our schools are a stew pot of amphetamines, methylphenidates, antidepressants and antipsychotic drugs – add in Common Core curriculum, soft porn sex ed, boys changing in girls’ change rooms, recruiting by LGBTTIQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual, trangender, intersex, and queer) and now throw into that stew pot a slew of youngsters who have been raised as Muslims, who can’t speak English and who have likely been traumatized, I say, take off the gloves, parents, before children die.

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