The one issue that a significant portion of the Utah population is still unaware of (or dismissed as "rare") is that of covid vaccine injury and deaths, which is something no one is talking about. Many of us know the truth by first hand experience in our close circles of the deadly impact of these mRNA vaccines, but the mantra "safe and effective" has been very effective in hypnotizing MANY people.
In order to combat this, and to hit at the root problem of the facade of "safe covid vaccines", several groups in Utah are coming together to hold a Covid Vaccine Victims Silent Vigil. This would demonstrate to the public that vaccine victims are real, and by no means rare. If your loved one has been lost or maimed by this vaccine, please take this chance to honor them, so that their suffering is at least acknowledged out in the open.
Date: Thursday November 4, 2021
Time: 5 pm to 7 pm.
Location: Intersection of State Street and South Temple
Parking: City Creek Mall
- We will be walking a few blocks down to 400 S and State Street, and returning. More instructions will be provided on site.
- Please see flier for the type of Sign we would encourage families of victims to bring. A simple photo, with a few details written by pen beside it, should do. We can help with this, just ask. If you wish to speak to the assembled about a loved one, let us know.
- If you have not lost anyone personally, but would still like to show support for the victims, please come. We will have candles available to hold.
- We will try to avoid engaging the media, and let the event speak for itself. The entire media is invested in the vaccine narrative, and they will twist our stories in a way that could hurt family members.
- For questions contact: 385 - 315 - 0578. RSVP "victim" to this number if coming to the event. Email us at: email@example.com
Please share the attached flier with your friends and neighbors.
Help us to honor those whose lives have gone unacknowledged (see attached image). If you can join us, please take note of the following:
1. If you have lost someone, bring a sign. Email us if you need help making it.
2. If you want to support all victims in general, we’ll have candles available.
3. If you wish to speak to the people assembled at the Vigil, email us at UtahCovidVaxVictims@gmail.com.
4. At the event, don’t engage with the media; let the ‘silent message’ speak for itself.
This is true parent advocacy in action. Erika is part of our Washington Parents United Chapter. We are formalizing chapters across the state and giving you the tools you need to research the books in your library! Reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to be on a book review team for your school district.
CAUTION, Book reviews/quotes at bottom of post are explicit. The schools with these books are listed with each review.
Email to WCSD:
Hello Mr. Bergeson and WCSD Board,
I appreciate your invitation to email my concerns and thank you for looking into this serious matter further. PLEASE DO NOT DELAY IN REMOVING THESE BOOKS FROM ALL WCSD SCHOOLS. We cannot take lightly the impact we have on students and our responsibility to call out the greatness in them. I am a firm believer that this is done by providing children with good literature, filled with inspiring, morally strong themes and characters. As you know, what we feed our minds influences our behavior.
It was mentioned in the meeting last night that there are already policies in place that can guide us in what books are brought into the district. Would parent review panels be helpful? The information I found on the books in the GRAMA request took a matter of minutes with an internet search. WE MUST DO BETTER. It is time to look closely at what is available in our school libriaries.
Listed below are book review summaries. Thank you again for your immediate attention to this.
Be advised that the following contains appalling/explicit information.
BOOKS CURRENTLY IN WCSD LIBRARIES: "Out of Darkness", "The Hate U Give", "This One Summer", "George"
It is greatly concerning that books with such explicit language and sexual content have been purchased/approved by WCSD and are available to students, especially in the three elementary schools that have "The Hate U Give."
Here is a collection of parent reviews from Common Sense Media:
The Hate U Give (In Coral Cliffs Elem, Desert Canyons Elem., Majestic Fields Elem, Sunrise Ridge Int., Crimson CLiffs Mid and HS, Desert Hills Mid and HS, Dixie Mid and HS, Snow Canyon Mid and HS, SORA Online E-Book for all district Middle/High )
This book has explicit language, many sexual references and violence.
"There is lots of foul language, and it broaches the topic of "going all the way" and sex, and pulling out condoms during a make out session, his hands in her pants" "The main theme is THUG LIFE meaning "The Hate U Give Little Infants F***'s Everybody".... There are 90 F*CK's and a variety of over 200 other words that the author uses for shock value and impact. Lots of chanting of "F*CK THE POLICE" and "MothaF*cker..." ." "s--t" "a--" "b---", "d---" "nigga"
"Overall the themes in this book may create heightened racial polarization and risks preconceived vision of this culture and magnification of racial stereotypes to the next generation."
"Out of Darkness" - Book Review (In Dixie Mid, Snow Canyon Mid, Crimson Cliffs HS, Hurricane HS, Pine View HS, and SORA online E-books for all middle/High schools)
Set in 1936 East Texas in the months leading up to the 1937 New London School Explosion, the book explores a fictional relationship between a Mexican teen allowed to attend the white high school and an African-American teen who lives in the black neighborhood on the other side of town. Language include racial slurs such as the "N" word, "Boy," and "dirty Mexican," as well as occasional curse words, including "s--t," "c--t," and "f--k." The violence is disturbing, personal, and based in racial hatred. Additionally, the book explores the mature and intimate relationship between two teens.
"age 17+ salacious and dark
I am in chapter 64 of 175, far enough along to form an overall impression in five letters: ew, ick.
The review that says this is about race is a half-truth. So far, that’s a minor ingredient in this the author’s recipe. By paragraph-count, this book focuses on gratuitous sexual situations that should be beyond many 9th graders:
multiple, comprehensive-enough instructions on giving “hand jobs” (adult males training teen girls);
female masturbation (protagonist) justified for pain relief and mental escape by a girl living through the trauma of being sexually abused by a stepfather;
male masturbation by both the stepdad (villain) and love interest (hero); and
the most vulgar of "locker room talk” I’ve ever read/heard (and I’ve not grown up in bubble, for sure).
(Later on the author teaches young-adult males how to "go down" and give girls a "gift.")
The sexualization is not romantic, but rather nasty. Some sexual situations unfortunately reinforce some racists stereotypes (I grew up in this general area, so I know from experience). If I was black or Mexican and thin-skinned, I might take offense.
Most chapter headings are the name of a character—that’s a plot structure used by the author for some rather rough transitions (not great writing). The reader soon learns that it is sometimes a tip-off as to who might orgasm or be abused (or both). To say this book is about teaching kids about race is a little like buying a Playboy Magazine for the articles. Maybe a little salaciousness keeps a teen boy's interest, but this is way over the top.
Intertwined motifs are sweat and semen. They recur in many chapters, both directly and indirectly. They are ghosts that haunt the protagonist.
Diction is juvenile (think Beavis and Butt-Head). Amongst the salaciousness, the author likes to do things like this:
Jerk of the wood-en window (masturbation of the villain in their house)
The naked trees (the protagonist and hero eventually have sex in the woods)
The author really is describing windows and trees, but used a deliberate word choice to try to be funny (maybe)…
More formally (legally or clinically), I would say that this book:
(A) appeals to the prurient interest of a minor in sex;
(B) is patently offensive to prevailing standards in the adult community as a whole with respect to what is suitable for minors; and
(C) is utterly without redeeming social value for minors or literary value for anyone."
Out of Darkness - Book Review
Caldecott Honor doesn't mean the same thing it used to...
THIS ONE SUMMER (In Paradise Canyons Elem, Snow Canyon Mid, Crimson Cliffs High, Dixie High)
"This graphic novel (discusses) an unwanted teenage pregnancy is an integral part of the story, as do a miscarriage and a suicide attempt. Dialogue in This One Summer contains about a dozen instances each of "s--t," "f--k," and "a--hole." "Boobs," "prick," "douche bag," "slut," and "butt" are employed a few times each. Adults are shown drinking wine, and older teens drink and smoke at an outdoor party."
"should not be included in an elementary library. The subject matter is not appropriate 1)references to porn, oral sex 2) language. Very discouraging as an educator and a parent."
"I was appalled at the content in this graphic novel. My 12 year old checked this book out from her school library via the SORA app for a so called "fun" afternoon read. The cover of the book nor the descriptive summary of the story line gave any signs that it might be inappropriate. After all, it was an "award winning" children's book. It was determined pretty quick that the content was ANYTHING BUT appropriate. Multiple use of profanity - and that wasn't the worst part. How about having your daughter read about "blowjobs" and "oral sex" and "porn" along with multiple other sexual innuendos! Common Sense Media says the book is for ages 13+ ?! No 13 year old should be reading this kind of material. As others have stated, this type of content would be rated R in movies. If they're not old enough to see it in the movies, they're not old enough to see/read it in a book.
Shame on the app/library for making it available for innocent eyes to see & read... ESPECIALLY with no warning of the graphic nature of the book! There is plenty of time in a person's life to be exposed to such filth/material.... why push it onto such young kids?? Let them stay innocent while they can!! Totally unacceptable."
GEORGE by Alex Gino (IN DIXIE HIGH)
"While I understand there is an audience for this book-- children who are exploring transitioning -- I do not feel it is a significant literary work. The author is careless in the use of language, throws around gender stereotypes and presents characters who are underdeveloped. It is a junior high stories embedded in an elementary level book. I would definitely not recommend this book for anyone younger than 14 years old. Please note the following direct quotes where "she" refers to George who was born a male but is now a trans girl:
“She immersed her body in the in the warm water and tried not to think about what was between her legs, but there it was, bobbing in front of her.”
“Hey Rick. It looks like someone is finally starting to grow some balls.”
“Nothing makes her more uncomfortable than when boys talked about what was in her underpants.”
“George had been reading websites about transitioning since Scott taught her how to clear the web browser history on Mom’s computer.”
“….what she has between her legs was nobody’s business but hers and her boyfriend.”
“Boys are dirty and try to look up our skirt.”
“She would do cartwheels leaving her pink underwear showing.”
“She lifted her skirt to see her underwear, covered in tiny red hearts, she pulled it down, sat and peed, just like a girl.”
Utahns are being forced to give up their personal medical freedom in order to keep their jobs. If we do not pass legislation now to stop this coercion, it will be too late. Many will lose their jobs. Utah is already facing a labor shortage and cannot afford further pressure. We need a legislation to stop mandates now. We can't afford to wait.
Q: What is a Special Session?
A: A Special Session is when the Legislature gets together outside of the regularly scheduled session because of an urgent matter that cannot wait until the regularly scheduled session. In Utah the 2022 regular session will be January 18th - March 4th.
Q: How do we get a Special Session called?
A: The President of the Senate and Speaker of the House must agree there is an issue that requires immediate attention that cannot wait until the regularly scheduled session. If such an issue arises, the President of the Senate will poll all of the Members of the Senate and the Speaker of the House will poll all of the Representatives of the House. If 2/3 of the Senators AND 2/3 of the Representatives agree that a Special Session is needed then the legislature will convene to address the topic.
Q: What can we do to get Special Session to ban vaccine mandates?
A: We need to contact our legislators and let them know we do not want vaccine mandates in Utah. We need to copy the leadership of the House and Senate and ask them to call a Special Session to ban vaccine mandates in Utah. We need to explain the urgency. We need a Special Session because we cannot wait until January to pass legislation to prevent vaccine mandates. Even waiting until November will be too late for many Utah citizens.
Send an email to both your House Rep and your Senator. (You can find your Representative and Senator here: le.utah.gov)
Subject Line: Call a Special Session to Ban Vaccine Mandates
Copy Legislative Leadership:
Tell them the impact a Vaccine Mandate will have on you and why we need to ban them now.
We also need to document the harms of a vaccine mandate. Please help us by documenting what impact a vaccine mandate will have on you and your family here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XDZVK7W