Our great northern neighbor continues to lurch leftward under the leadership of metrosexual Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
The once ruggedly traditional country that is the cradle of ice hockey is undergoing a radical social transformation that continues to be cheered by the radical left.
It was in July that the leftist publication Rolling Stone magazine featured a fawning cover story on Trudeau that sang his praises and asked the question:
— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) July 26, 2017
If American liberals were that infatuated with Trudeau before, it’s time for them to break out their drool buckets over the new third gender option.
— The Hill (@thehill) August 25, 2017
Canada has introduced a third gender option for its passports, available to citizens starting next Thursday, in a move intended to protect the rights of Canadians who choose not identify as male or female.
The new “X” option is part of a government-wide effort to “protect Canadians in their right to the gender identity of their choice, and freedom of gender expression,” according to the official statement from Canada’s immigration department.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau first tasked a special adviser in November to head the government effort promoting an expansion of rights for LGBT individuals, according to The New York Times.
“All Canadians should feel safe to be themselves, live according to their gender identity and express their gender as they choose,” said Ahmed Hussen, Canada’s minister of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship.
“By introducing an ‘X’ gender designation in our government-issued documents, we are taking an important step towards advancing equality for all Canadians regardless of gender identity or expression,” Hussen added.
It could be that many Canadians are not down with the social engineering but there is a very positive side to this when it comes to the U.S.A.
The more radically left that Canada becomes, the more desirable a destination that it will be for the millions who will be looking to flee the country after Trump is reelected in 2020.