Outrage: Students offered “volunteer” work in LGBT advocacy

No matter where you look, the Gay and LGBT crowd, (now apparently the LGBTTIQQ2S, or “Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer, Questioning, 2-Spirited people), are in there somewhere, taking advantage of tax-funded organizations, school boards, and in this case compulsory volunteer work, (yes, that’s what it is), to push their unnatural agenda.

The following is the text of a letter-to-the-editor I just sent in to The Toronto Sun.  Whether it will be published, or picked up by an investigative reporter, I have no idea.  But I do feel that something should be done, and the letter is self-explanatory in that respect.

The whole idea behind having students perform volunteer work, and the “Get Your Hours” initiative to help them do so, is practical and sound.  I like it a great deal.  But, like all of our creations, it is subject to abuse by dishonest persons, and by those with an agenda to pursue.

In this case, I checked some of the “charities” given a portal by “Get Your Hours” other than  those referred to in my letter below, and some of them are not listed by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) either.  I did not check them all.

And, although the groups are listed under “Organizations”, each of the six pages has the word “Charities” prominently displayed above its listings, suggesting an organizational sub-group.  This is  misleading to say the least, and in my opinion, those that are not CRA-listed charities should not be portrayed as such.

And I certainly think it is completely unacceptable to give the respected status of “charity” to an organization advocating for deviate and unnatural “lifestyles” which many adults consider to be both offensive and disgusting.

I hope The Toronto Sun will follow-up on this, but I’m not holding my breath…

Jeff Goodall.

“Dear Editor:

Re: “Helping teens find volunteer hours” (Sarah Newcomb, Toronto Sun, Dec. 20th), about help for students wanting to put in their volunteer service hours.  I visited the “Get Your Hours” website, and found a couple of organizations listed as charities that I don’t think are appropriate for such voluntary support.

Greenpeace Canada is unsuitable because of its political activities and willingness to engage in violence on the high seas.  Two Canadian crew-members are currently unable to leave Russia because of such activities.

The Humber College Gender and Sexual Diversity Committee describes its goals as including  “Educating the campus community about issues of sexual orientation and gender identity”, and “Advocating for responses to the needs and concerns of LGBTTIQQ2S communities at Humber through collaboration and stakeholder buy in”, whatever that means.  Volunteers can also work on “Organizing participation in World Pride 2014 in Toronto”.

This purported charity exists to carry out advocacy activities involving highly controversial issues which many adults find offensive.  And, such volunteer work may well provide “recruiting opportunities” for the LGBTTIQQ2S community with confused youngsters looking for help.

But most of all, I find it very significant that although “Get Your Hours” lists these two organizations as “charities”, I cannot find them listed as charities by the CRA under the names given… Are they using “Get Your Hours” to solicit volunteer support under false pretences?

Something isn’t right here, and I think it should be looked into.”

Jeff Goodall.

You can read “Helping teens find volunteer hours” here.

You can visit the “Get Your Hours” website here.

You can see the “Humber College Gender and Sexual Diversity Committee” entry here.

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