Ottawa Announces New Curriculum Based On 'Gut Feelings' And 'Hunches'.
It takes a Quebec recommendation national.
Building on a working paper from the Quebec government, the Liberals introduced new education curriculum based on ‘Gut feelings’ and Hunches’.
After admitting science doesn’t back it up, the government decided to remove any science in school curriculum replacing it with The Science (TM). The decision was to unify and bring into line the government’s anti-science position. Calling for a press conference at 11:11 they explained their position to the public.
’We don’t see it as anti-science per se. We see it as ‘science by other means,’’ the Council of Minstrels of Education said in a statement. Francois Legault, who asked for a revision of science, said, “We have to be more intelligent than the virus. As of now, it seems to me gut feelings are better than no feelings. We just ask the population to help us just a little more.”
Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos was more direct. Wearing a Nigerian witch doctor mask he explained, ‘We must do what makes a difference. If it means we perform shamanistic rituals for the greater good so be it. We all have our hunches. Look, if you do a rain dance and the rain doesn’t come what do you do? You dance harder,” he said.
The government has indicated they will also disclose details of their plans through a chain letter.