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'Faggot': Gay Rights Champion Justin Trudeau Insults LGBT Community in Canadian Parliament

Democracy has many benchmarks, and most of them are little known to those who live in them.

Two of the most important, even if often overlooked, defining aspects of democracy appear to have been ended by the current Canadian PM, Justin Trudeau.

At the end of the day, if one does not like a place one lives, one may leave. This is known as “The Right of Exit.” In a democracy, they typically build walls to keep people out as so many would come in en masse to take advantage of the freedoms those nations offer. But in totalitarian collectivist territories, they wall the people in because otherwise, most would leave.

For many months, Canada has forbidden all the disobedient from leaving. The right of exit is denied to those who do not obey the party.

But more recently, another central dogma of democracy was shattered—the separation of police and the military.

One axiom of democratic operations is that police only deal with criminal matters and any internal issues short of invasion by a foreign power. The police have limited powers and perfect transparency in principle, while the military operates outside the country with radically different tactics, methods, and objectives. The military does not have to be as transparent, and each soldier can make life and death decisions spontaneously. That is the central role of the military.

And for this reason, the military is never to be used against its own nation’s civilian population.

And yet it was. Recently, Trudeau used the pejorative for homosexual in Parliament when questioned by an opposition MP about why he used military personnel and assets, specifically spy-aircraft, against Ottawa’s Freedom Convoy. One of Canada’s mainstream and authoritative, left-of-center newspapers reported the use of military assets. But Trudeau reacted badly. And to compound it, when asked why he used this kind of language, he adapted a quote from his father, former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, when he hurled the F-bomb (faggot) against opposition MPs. In both cases, the Trudeau response was incoherent.

Please see the details in the video below:

The following article from the Globe and Mail news site helps shed light on the nature of the aircraft repeatedly spotted over the peaceful and legal Freedom Convoy in Ottawa.

As a bonus removal of rights, Trudeau tracked all cell phones in Canada during the pandemic.

The report explains:

The report reveals the agency was able to view a detailed snapshot of people’s behaviour, including visits to the grocery store, gatherings with family and friends, time spent at home and trips to other towns and provinces.

MPs on the ethics committee expressed surprise at how much detail the report contained, even as all identifying information was stripped out.

“Questions remain about the specifics of the data provided … if Canadians’ rights were violated, and what advice the Liberal government was given,” said Damien Kurek, Conservative MP for Battle River-Crowfoot.

Identifying data was stripped out for the report. But it was there for all who had access to it. And so we can add the loss of the right of privacy, even as it’s written in Canada’s charter of Rights and Freedoms.

From the bill itself:

Mobility Rights

Marginal note: Mobility of citizens

  •  (1) Every citizen of Canada has the right to enter, remain in, and leave Canada.

  •  Everyone has the following fundamental freedoms:

    • (a) freedom of conscience and religion;

    • (b) freedom of thought, belief, opinion, and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication;

    • (c) freedom of peaceful assembly; and

    • (d) freedom of association.

    • Search or seizure

       Everyone has the right to be secure against unreasonable search or seizure.

One may think that tracking all people via their cell phones is a clear violation of unreasonable search.

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8 comments

  • By Canadian law, wouldn’t the use of that word land anyone other than Trudeau in prison? He should have to live by the rules he makes for everyone else.

    • At the moment, we don’t have laws per se like that. But we have a set of methods for extra-legal punishments that would destroy your life. Also ANTIFA are more or less the police to enforce policies that are not yet law, while the police only enforce laws more or less, that accelerate Trudeau’s WEF revolution.

  • Turn off (airplane mode) your cell phone when not in use! And use them as little as possible – they are still mini computers when offline. The high-powered microwave transmitters on these things are potentially lethal – ALL of them, not just 5G. Even low (1.8 GHz) radiation blasts the cells it comes in contact, in a way reminiscent of x-ray damage. And people sleep with these things next to their beds??
    Foolish sheep: https://evolutionaryhealthplan.info/#_Ref9890518

  • Trudeau is a fascist, like his sire. Shame on Canadians for buying into socialist thinking. Shame on Ontario and BC.

  • “Who, having known the justice of God, did not understand that they who do such things, are worthy of death; and not only they that do them, but they also that consent to them that do them.”

    Douay-Rheims, Romans 1:32

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