PM Trudeau Gushes as Canada Criminalizes ‘Wrong Pronouns’
All it needs now is “royal consent” from the House of Commons, and Canada will become the proud owner of a brand-new form of tyranny: punishing normal folks for using the wrong “gender pronouns” for people who don’t know what they are.
Daily Caller writes:
Canada passed a law Thursday making it illegal to use the wrong gender pronouns. Critics say that Canadians who do not subscribe to progressive gender theory could be accused of hate crimes, jailed, fined, and made to take anti-bias training.
Canada’s Senate passed Bill C-16, which puts “gender identity” and “gender expression” into both the country’s Human Rights Code, as well as the hate crime category of its Criminal Code by a vote of 67-11, according to LifeSiteNews. The bill now only needs royal assent from the governor general.
Great news: Bill C-16 has passed the Senate – making it illegal to discriminate based on gender identity or expression. #LoveisLove
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) June 16, 2017
Fines, jail time, compulsory “sensitivity training”–these can now be yours! All you have to do is call a man “him” when he’d rather be called “her.” The new “crimes” have been tacked onto the Human Rights Code, by a vote of 67-11 in the Senate.
“Great news!” exults Canada’s neo-Stalinist prime minister, Justin Trudeau. He also has a thingy on his Twitter, “#LoveisLove,” whatever the devil that means.
Overheard in prison cell: “So what are you guys in for?” “Armed robbery.” “I stole a couple cars.” “Aggravated assault.” And then, “Well, me, I got 18 months for using the wrong gender pronoun.” Shocked silence descends upon the convicted criminals.
And the people of Canada just take it, as usual. Right on the chin. There’s no outrage the Left can impose on normal people that inspires opposition.
That’s the biggest mystery of all.
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