It takes no courage to defend women’s rights at elitist events with celebrities. Truly standing up for women’s rights would mean condemning, and combating female genital mutilation and honour killings instead of ignoring it.
Justin Trudeau has talked a big game about being a “feminist.” Yet, his plan for the removal of warnings against some of the most horrific anti-women practices on earth – female genital mutilation and honour killings from the Canada Citizenship Guide – makes a total mockery of any claim he has to defending the rights of women.
It reveals total gutless cowardice on his part.
It’s absolutely pathetic.
The fact that much of the media still repeats Trudeau’s “feminist” description without openly mocking it and ripping it for hypocrisy is absurd.
Someone who puts political correctness ahead of condemning and fighting against horrific anti-women practices may be lots of things, but a defender of women’s rights isn’t one of them.
Not only is Trudeau revealing himself to be a hypocritical and gutless coward, but he is missing a massive opportunity. He has a huge social media following, and he could use that following to bring awareness to the growing problem of FGM in Canada and around the world. He could take a leadership role in truly standing up for the rights of women, bringing awareness and protection to a group of women (the vast majority who are in the Muslim community), who are being horrifically assaulted in silence.
And yet, Trudeau instead prefers to pander to political correctness, choosing to place his allegiance with a twisted and destructive vision of a value-free “post national state,” rather than standing up for the ideas of individual freedom and the equality of men and women that form the backbone of what is greatest about Canada.
In doing so, Trudeau reveals himself as a fake feminist, a coward, and as totally unworthy of leading our great nation.
The elites want to hide their many failures behind political correctness, deception, and manipulation. We need to push back and spread the truth.
Thatâ€™s why I write.
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