Here is a link for an article by rebelnews.com that is entitled, PROTECT OUR POPPIES: Grade 11 student kicked out of school after defending the red and black poppy!: https://www.rebelnews.com/protect-our-poppies-petition?utm_campaign=kb_protect_our_poppies&utm_medium=email&utm_source=therebel.
Did you read the article? Here is what was stated (I copied/pasted):
Natalie Salisbury was kicked out of school after defending the traditional red and black poppy.
The Grade 11 student refused to don an LGBT-inspired rainbow poppy so she printed off posters to defend her decision and explain why the traditional red and black poppy means so much to so many Canadians.
Natalie's father called us to express his outrage at the school’s decision. He said Natalie is worried that no-one will stand up for her, which is a damned shame after she proudly stood up for our veterans and our right to remember their sacrifices.
So we’re going to prove to her that that is not the case — people do care and will stand by her.
We will be sending this petition to Natalie to prove to her that thousands of Canadians stand with her in protecting our traditional red and black poppies.
e will also be sending a copy of this petition to the school administration to show them that Natalie is not alone — and this disgrace will not stand!
We stand by Natalie Salisbury — let's protect our poppies!
Did you click on the link, to read the article? Or did you just read it now, because I copied/pasted it?
Did you click on the video that was on the article?
Here is a link for the video (that is also on YouTube) that is entitled, Grade 11 student kicked out of school after defending the red and black poppy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=145&v=GMsKm7brdtc&feature=emb_logo.
Hopefully, you watched that video. I did.
The video showed us that there are some people in support of Natalie Salisbury, that student who had been hurt by the school... by being kicked out.
I believe Natalie Salisbury should NOT have been hurt.
After all, she spoke about her opinion.
To me, her opinion was perfect.
The red and black poppy is not just in support of veterans and military people only in Canada. It's also similar in some other countries... who are in support of veterans and military people.
The red and black poppy that people wear, is done in support of veterans and military people.
So, to me... the school DID hurt her... and obvuiously were NOT in support of veterans and military people.
I believe that if the school was in support of veterans and military people, then they would NOT have hurt Natalie Salisbury.
But, I believe they DID WRONG, because they kicked her out of school.
Yes, I believe they hurt her... and God will deal with them.
Thinking about that, made me think of Colossians 3:25, "But he that doeth wrong shall receive for the wrong which he hath done: and there is no respect of persons.".
Amen! But he that doeth wrong shall receive for the wrong which he hath done: and there is no respect of persons.
To me, it's been a terrible thing done to Natalie Salisbury... and, also to any veteran and/or military people... regarding Remembrance Day that is done to support veterans and military... November 11th... every year!
I signed the petition.
Please be in support and sign the petition.
If you do, I believe you will help Natalie Salisbury.
And, I believe God will bless you for helping her.
Thank You, Lord!
Until next time...
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