Part of a series on Québec
Quebec Education Minister Jean-François Roberge has unveiled the new curriculum that will replace the province’s current ethics and religious culture program.
The new program, called Quebec Citizenship and Culture, represents a “major transformation” and will include a focus on critical thinking, the minister said. The current program, which is known as ERC and is compulsory for students, has been in place since 2008.
Roberge said that the program was redesigned and modernized to address problems facing young people today.
“Quebec society has changed and there are new challenges in front of us,” he said.
The program will include a section on sex education, including consent and sexual exploitation, along with media literacy, which “will lead them to flush out fake news and develop a more responsible use of social media.”
The new curriculum is set to be taught in some schools next year as part of a pilot project and it will be in elementary and high schools across Quebec as of 2023.
[The] class will include sections on media literacy, sex education and freedom of expression.
I like Québec.
I believe that not much is commonly known about them in canadian nationalist movements let alone american ones. I hope to eventually correct this through regular Québec focused articles, bridging the gap between Québec nationalism and other forms of white nationalism.
So if you don’t know much about the québecois, they are probably one of Canada’s most conservative and united blocks of whites. Travel outside of Montréal and the few other southern, more english speaking communities, and you will experience a people similiar to those in the american heartland in the sense of rural life.
Additionally, the unique history of the québecois has created a society that is more politically united, skeptical of outside influences, separatist and robust than your average white society. They’ve been so isolated from outside influences that they even speak in a rustic, more colonial form of french.
However, no society is without its flaws. Despite their almost explicit ethnostate-like behaviour, they still suffer from similar corrupting influences as other white communities. The corruption has been slowed by an overwhelmingly white, catholic majority that cares for its culturally european roots.
For example, there’s this center-right political group in Québec called la Coalition pour l’avenir du Québec (CAQ). The CAQ has been pushing for the abolition of religious symbols (worn or otherwise) in politics and the public sector. Not to mention the separatist movement le Front de libération du Québec (FLQ) that was abducting and executing politicians just a couple decades earlier. I’ll write more about that in later articles.
The media in Québec are also eager to promote and preserve their culture. While walking around several smaller towns, I was hard pressed to find a single globohomo advertisement. No niggers, no fags, etc.
Now before you scream omg BASED!!!! and go back to shitposting on BANG, you should understand something important.
No matter how nice la belle province is right now, they are only about a generation behind us in the suicide march of globo homo.
Youth in Québec are starting to become systematically brainwashed by the public school system. They haven’t embraced this shit yet, especially in the north, but the brown, AIDs ridden butt blood is starting to seep in through the cracks. Private school IS subsidized and very cheap in Québec and many parents opt to send their kids that way, but that’s only a temporary solution.
But in all honesty, besides the sexual and indigenous rights stuff shoved in, the upcoming curriculum change seems kind of centrist. The education minister behind it is a member of the CAQ, so only time will tell how truly Big, Brown and Gay this curriculum really is.
W-wait a second…