Justin Trudeau is an Embarrassment to Canada, Feminists and Mankind

08 February, 2018, 12:25 | Author: Roderick Gutierrez
  • Justin Trudeau speaking at Davos in January

Morgan, who has been criticised for his views on LGBT issues, also penned a column for the MailOnline, tweeting a link to the article: "No, no, NO, Prime Minister @JustinTrudeau - you will NOT kill off mankind".

She said, "We have received the Queen's Award in the United Kingdom, we have received many awards thoughout the whole world".

The woman didn't seem offended and even agreed with the Prime Minister's remarks, but critics have lashed out at Trudeau, accusing him of making up words and even "mansplaining". "Yes, thank you", the woman responded, as the audience applauded.

Canada's head SJW, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, has outdone himself in his Orwellian crusade to purge gender differences from the English language.

Well, Trudeau has seen better days on Twitter.


She went on to say that recognizing female leaders is a step "that every country needs".

"Justin Trudeau is what would happen if the song "Imagine" took human form and then ate a Tide Pod", mocked Ben Shapiro. "Not necessarily mankind 'cause it's more inclusive".

Fox and Friends devoted a segment to the term featuring University of Toronto professor Jordan Peterson, who has gained notoriety for steadfastly refusing to use gender-neutral terms, turning him into something of a celebrity on the right. Michele Colon told People in 2015 that she was "brainwashed" by the church into believing the end of the world was imminent and that an elderly South Korean lady was God.

The Australian conservative commentator Rita Panahi said Trudeau's use of "peoplekind" was an attempt to "appease those desperate to find offence where none exists".

The woman's question/pontification had rambled on for about four minutes when Trudeau interrupted her.

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