Re: “Chilliwack becoming city of rainbows,” Nov. 15.
How is that even possible when our city council voted to deny an LGBTQ proposal for the installation of a rainbow crosswalk in downtown Chilliwack? Apparently since the councillors voted “no” on the LGBTQ proposal, the activists are more determined than ever to make a statement by turning one of the most conservative cities in the Lower Mainland into one of the cities with the most LGTBQ rainbow crosswalks and symbols.
Rainbow crosswalk leader Amber Price has asked the Guinness Book of World Records to create a new category, “Most Rainbow Crosswalks in a City.” It appears their intention is to flood Chilliwack with rainbow crosswalks, murals and school benches to show their power and push their LGBTQ agenda. This group, which professes to be tolerant and compassionate, demonstrates by their actions anything but those values.
Although we know the LGBTQ are within their legal right to paint rainbow crosswalks, is this in the best interests of all residents? They show contempt for the elected officials’ decision as well a lack of inclusivity and respect for the people of Chilliwack.
It is a very sad chapter in the history of Chilliwack.