Coinciding with Pride Month in 2016, Justin Trudeau told a homosexual news agency his government would be lowering the age of consent from 18 to 16 years of age.
Bill C-75 repeals a section of Section 159 of the Criminal Code. The legislation removes “a longstanding point of discrimination against gay men by eliminating the unequal age of consent for anal sex in Canada.”
In 2008, Canada’s Conservative government raised the age of consent from 14 to 16 for heterosexual relations, while leaving it at 18 for anal sex. The decision arrived in response to the case of Dale Beckham, an American who had groomed a 14-year-old Canadian boy via the Internet, then flew to Canada to engage in sex in a hotel room.
Parliament approved the Liberal’s anal sex reformation in June, 2019. Such are the priorities for Canada’s federal government. One would think that with all the consternation in Canadian society, Justin Trudeau would have more pressing issues to deal with.
He didn’t. For what reason would our federal government create a bill for this purpose?
Canada’s legislative process involves all three parts of Parliament: the House of Commons (elected, lower Chamber), the Senate (appointed, upper Chamber), and the Monarch (Head of State, who is represented by the Governor General in Canada). These three parts work together to create new laws.
Royal Assent: The Bill is presented to the Governor General for assent. The Governor General may assent to Bill in the Queen’s name, withhold assent or reserve assent. When Bill is given Royal Assent it becomes law.
Phew! All that effort to provide citizens with the right to get down-and-dirty at the tender age of 16 years. Why on earth did Trudeau and his Liberals elevate this issue to top a political priority?
Throughout his seven-year reign as prime minister, Justin Trudeau has maintained a strange fascination with “alternative” sexuality. In 2016, the PM appointed Liberal MP Randy Boissonnault as “Special Advisor on LGBT issues.” A virulent, no-holes-barred promoter of LGBT culture, the Liberal MP helped to transition trans issues to the centre of Trudeau’s “no core identity” agenda.
According to the National Post, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is about to make a guest appearance on an upcoming episode of Canada’s Drag Race: Canada vs. the World:
“People across the political spectrum are cringing. His self-promotional reality TV stunt perfectly encapsulates Trudeau’s tokenism on LGBTQ issues.”
Well stated, National Post. Our PM’s fascination with transgenderism should have been called out by media years ago. When it comes to cross-dressing, Mr. Trudeau comes across as borderline obsessional.
In an interview with Xtra on June 22,2016, Trudeau said the government was reviewing the age of consent laws surrounding anal sex. “That’s something that we’re very much looking forward to moving on in short order,” he said.
Giddy with excitement, Canadians witness the political priorities of Justin Trudeau. Is there a benefit in this for our Liberal government? With all the consternation in Canadian society, why are you concerned with the sexual proclivities of 16-year old homosexuals? Was the decision based on pressure from special interest groups?
For a 50 thousand foot view, we turn to the World Economic Forum.
The United Nations Standards of Conduct for Business Tackling Discrimination Against Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans, and Intersex (LGBTI) People were issued by the former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, on September 26, 2017 in New York City:
“The original idea for developing these standards came from a panel discussion I was involved in at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos in 2016.”
Enter Justin Trudeau, disciple of WEF, crowned king of Canada on October 19th, 2015.
Turns out there are “special interest” communities which take a special interest in issues of this nature. According to OpIndia, child marriage and sexual activity between adults and children can be permitted under Islamic law. Some sects of fundamentalist Christianity also adhere to this “philosophy.”
Did Justin Trudeau pull the plug on the anal sex age limit to please specific communities, in addition to Klaus Schwab, CEO of World Economic Forum?
Simply put, Cultural Action Party do not understand this Trudeau character. In truth, the man is a complete odd-ball. Prancing about in Pride Parades, kissing and hugging male transvestites, it seems our PM can get away with anything, and still remain prime minister.
No matter how outrageous Mr. Trudeau behaves– Bollywood outfits, Blackface get-ups, polls consistently show he has potential to be re-elected for a fourth term.
Reality, or Globalist Game? CAP has to wonder. Is it the people of Canada who keep him in power, or does the declaration come from “on high?” This being organizations such as WEF, World Health Organization, as well as China, Iran and the United Nations.
Perhaps it is here that insightful Canadians come to understand why this political aberration remains in control of our country. The powers that be wanted him there, and in return, Trudeau capitulates to their every desire.
Anal Sex at 16 years of age. Justin Trudeau’s LGBT obsessions continue to define Liberal government policy. Degree of negative assessment from Canadian media? Just about nil.
Without buy-in from a single Canadian citizen, Justin Trudeau transitions Canada to the LGBT capital of the world.