Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
Imagine how I was blown away when I noticed one of our own, Noralee Lotecki and her husband her husband Tedde from Alberta, Canada.
“Once you stop learning you start dying.”~Albert Einstein.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.
The Einstein Challenged Society was founded by Tedde Lotecki in Alberta, Canada in 2008 and along with his wife Noralee Lotecki they hope to soon expand internationally.
They have a son who has Trisomy 21.
When he was 3, they contacted universities and found out that their son would be welcomed if he graduated grade 12.
They knew that they could speak on behalf of their son now, but they also knew that it was in his best interests if he could speak and advocate for himself in the future.
Their son is the same as the other 21 million plus in North America with the genetic anomaly Trisomy 21, and NOT A SINGLE ONE SHOULD BE HELD BACK BECAUSE OF IT.
There have been a few successes so far, but too many are getting left behind.
We have to stop the creation of victims when success is better for everyone.