Canada under Trudeau is tackling the big issues not the pesky veterans asking for help but the real problem of gender! pic.twitter.com/PvGA5DPUPr
— Stan (@StanM3) March 23, 2018
You really can’t make this stuff up!
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is being widely mocked over the internet after he interrupted a woman during a town hall to admonish her over using the word “mankind” in her question, telling her to instead use “peoplekind.” Trudeau was hosting a Q&A at MacEwan University in Edmonton on Thursday as part of a cross-country tour which began in January.
Aimee, a member of South Korean feminist church World Mission Society Church of God, asked a question about removing Canadian restrictions on religious organizations when Trudeau corrected her.
Aimee: We came here today to ask you to also look into the policies that religious charitable organizations have in our legislations so that it can also be changed because maternal love is the love that’s going to change the future of mankind.
Trudeau: We — we like to say “peoplekind,” not necessarily “mankind” ’cause it’s more inclusive.
Aimee tells the Daily Mail that she wasn’t offended by Trudeau’s comment, saying “It wasn’t negative,’ and adding “Did it look like I was bothered by it?”
And while Aimee may not have been bothered per-se, Twitter was merciless to the politically correct Prime Minister:
The Canadian Senate passed a bill Wednesday to change the lyrics of its national anthem so that they will be “gender-neutral.”
As The Daily Caller’s Grace Carr details, the bill would replace the lyrics “in all thy sons command” with “in all of us command,” according to CBC News. Former member of the Canadian House of Commons Mauril Bélanger first introduced the legislation in 2016.
Twelve bills have been introduced in the House in order to change the lyrics from what many have argued is discriminatory language. None of these bills, that sought to remove “sons” from the lyrics, were able to successfully pass the House until Wednesday, however. “O Canada” became the country’s official anthem in 1980.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also voiced his support of the proposed change after it passed the Senate Wednesday.
“Mauril’s bill to make O Canada gender neutral passed third reading in the Senate tonight – another positive step towards gender equality. #inallofuscommand” Trudeau tweeted.
Mauril’s bill to make O Canada gender neutral passed third reading in the Senate tonight – another positive step towards gender equality. #inallofuscommand
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) February 1, 2018
“I’m very, very happy. There’s been 30 years plus of activity trying to make our national anthem, this important thing about our country, inclusive of all of us,” Ontario Sen. Frances Lankin said, CBC News reported. “I’m proud to be part of the group that made this happen.”
Toronto police have confirmed that the young Muslim girl who claimed she was attacked for wearing a hijab was fake after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used the “attack” to claim the need to combat “Islamophobia” in Canada.
Last Friday, 11-year-old Muslim Khawlah Noman claimed that she had been attacked in Toronto by a man with a pair of scissors who attempted to cut off her hijab.
News of the incident reached Prime Minister Trudeau who made an official announcement about the incident saying: “My heart goes out the young girl who was attacked, seemingly for her religion. We all need to remind ourselves of today and every day that we are better than this.”
In an unprecedented decision with potentially serious consequences for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Canada’s outgoing ethics watchdog Mary Dawson has ruled that Trudeau violated conflict of interest rules when he took Aga Khan’s private helicopter to the business magnate’s private island in the Bahamas during a Christmas 2016 vacation. Trudeau is the first Canadian prime minister to ever be convicted of such a violation.
According to the law, Trudeau needed to seek permission from the ethics watchdog before making such a trip – something he inexplicably failed to do. The ruling comes just weeks before the end of Dawson’s term, which is set to expire on Jan. 8.
While the reaction in Canadian markets was muted, the conviction represents a major blemish on Trudeau’s international reputation as a standard-bearer for globalist liberalism.
This is the second major scandal for Trudeau’s liberal government, which over the summer bungled the rollout of its tax-reform plan. Here’s a recap, per the Huffington Post:
Forty years after revelations that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency funded brainwashing experiments on unsuspecting Canadians, the Trudeau government is continuing a pattern of silencing the victims, a lawyer for one of the families says.
A recent Department of Justice gag order in an out-of-court settlement was designed to avoid responsibility and avert compensation to more victims and their families, said Alan Stein, who has represented numerous survivors who were once patients at the Allan Memorial Institute in Montreal.