Patron Submits Petition To Redvers Town Council
Over 50 signatories support discontinuing the public promotion of homosexuality within the municipality.
In response to a LGTBQ2+ crosswalk that was put into place last month, Party Leader Travis Patron has submitted a petition to “discontinue publicly promoting homosexuality” within the local municipality to the Redvers Town Council.
The petition boasts over 50 signatures of either municipal taxpayers or alumni/parents of alumni of the Redvers School – given that the institution now has the LGBTQ2+ display within proximity to their property.
This petition was formed in the belief that this type of development (the utilization of public utilities to promote homosexuality) may not be in the best interests of the community and are concerned that the Town Of Redvers’ decision to approve a LGBTQ2+ crosswalk will further inflame an already contentious issue.
Upon submission of the petition, Canadian Nationalist Party Leader Travis Patron had this to say:
It is very encouraging to me that residents of our municipality are able and willing to defend their Catholic identity rather than allowing the continued promotion of an ideology which is ultimately harmful to the community. With a municipal election on the horizon, it seems like this display has woken up many of the locals who are looking for change at different levels of government. – Travis Patron, Canadian Nationalist Party Leader
View Signatories: Petition: To Discontinue Publicly Promoting Homosexuality
The original proposal (which was turned down by the Town Council) aimed to place the LGBTQ2+ crosswalk between the Catholic Church and High School.
The Canadian Nationalist Party recognizes that the paint used to create the display was donated by local business and the labour was contributed at no cost. However, the fact remains that public utilities are now being used as a canvass to endorse LGBT ideologies, something many residents do not believe is ultimately in the public interest.
Homosexuality is counter intuitive to the inspired Word of Christian religious scripture. The Bible clearly tells us that same-sex relations are a sinful behavior (Leviticus 18:22). Instead, we of the Christian faith should (with patience and love) counsel those of alternative sexual identities and help those of same-sex relations reclaim their heterosexuality. We do these things because we genuinely believe, in the long-term, these people will live healthier and more fulfilled lives when they respect our God-given natural laws of biology and procreation.
Homosexuality is also counter intuitive to the national continuity of our country. In 1971, Canada’s population was 96.3% European-descent. Today, that number now stands at a diminished 64%. Therefore, we must promote heterosexuality at the expense of homosexuality. We cannot expect to have future generations if we publicly endorse same-sex couples, as they are biologically incapable of having children.
The Canadian Nationalist Party takes the position that this type of orientation is one of nurture, not nature. That is – those of this sexual orientation have adopted it as a product of their surrounding culture and environment rather than something that has been inborn or is a genetic predisposition.
The decision to place this crosswalk within proximity to the Redvers School demonstrates intention to target our children and youthful generations. Studies have shown that those who identify as LGBTQ2+ have statistically significant higher rates of suicide, drug use, and depression. Normalizing this narrative amongst children is dangerous and we as a community must take the steps necessary to protect them from it. This type of political agenda is entirely unacceptable in a community that values social cohesion, strong family units, and the continuity of our nation.
In September of 2019, Party Leader Travis Patron submitted a Letter Of Complaint to the Town Council Of Redvers in response to recent approval to use public utilities to promote homosexuality.
Discontinuing public funding of LGBT pride parades has been, and continues to be, an important campaign policy of the Canadian Nationalist Party.
No government (whether municipal, provincial, or federal) should utilize public taxpayer resources to promote homosexuality/transgenderism.