Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau set a new low by political correctness standards on Friday when he belittled a female voter for using a term “mankind,” which he argued was inappropriate and excluded all genders.
During a forum where the took questions from audience members, an unidentified woman asked the prime minister whether the Canadian government would ease stringent regulations on volunteering with religious groups.
“We came here today to ask you to also look into the policies that religious charitable organizations have in our legislation so that it can also be changed. Because maternal love is the love that’s going to change the future of mankind,” the woman asked.
After using the word “mankind,” Trudeau pompously waved his hand in the air and cut the girl off from finishing her question.
“We like to say ‘peoplekind,’ not necessarily ‘mankind,’ because it’s more inclusive,” he said.
Watch the clip below:
Justin Trudeau. Are you kidding me? pic.twitter.com/JILBVPSxm1
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There are many issues with Trudeau’s arrogant statement. For starters, “peoplekind” is not a word, but if it can be used to further promote his leftist, Obama-like ideology, then it works.
More importantly, this is part of a new initiative from the Canadian government to crack down on language inclusivity.
Last Thursday, Canada’s Senate passed a bill making the nation’s national anthem gender neutral. It also changed the second line of “O Canada” from “true patriot love, in all thy sons command” to “in all of us command.”
So on top of telling people not to use the word “mankind” because it has gender-specific connotations, we must also remember Trudeau is also the same person who encouraged Islamic State terrorists to come to Canada for rehabilitation and help.
So when he’s not sympathizing with radical Islamic terrorists, he’s lecturing Canadians about what language is now acceptable to use.
This truly is pathetic. But when your best friend is former President Barack Obama, this left-wing lunacy is common.
Source: Independent Journal Review