Hundreds of thousands of Canadians took to the streets in a massive protest against Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s cultural Marxist LGBTQ agenda, specifically concerning children. The protest, called the 1 Million March 4 Children, was fueled by concerns over the indoctrination and grooming of children by the LGBTQ community.
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The Canadian Prime Minister, known for his narcissistic and psychopathic tendencies, was likely busy making phone calls during the protest. It is speculated that Trudeau reached out to Klaus Schwab, the founder of the World Economic Forum, to apologize for the behavior of the protesters and reassure him that appropriate action would be taken.
In Vancouver, Antifa thugs attempted to intimidate parents who were participating in the protest. Filmmaker Lauren Southern noted the unequal distribution of police, with all officers facing Antifa activists but none facing the other side. This raised concerns about potential bias within law enforcement.
Protests took place in multiple cities across Canada, including Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Hamilton, and Halifax. What set this protest apart from others was the participation of Maxime Bernier, the leader of the Peoples Party of Canada. Unlike other political leaders, Bernier openly supported the protest and declared that there are only two genders. He emphasized the importance of fighting for the future of the country and praised the protesters for starting a “quiet revolution” in Canada.
Interestingly, the leader of the New Democratic Party, Sagmeet Sikh, showed support for LGBTQ counter-protesters. This highlighted the ideological divide within Canadian politics regarding LGBTQ issues.
Pierre Poilievre, a conservative politician, instructed his Conservative Party MPs not to comment online or speak to the media about how schools should handle LGBTQ issues. Speculation suggests that Poilievre’s decision may be attributed to his desire to please the WEF-UN patrons, who are strong supporters of “global LGBTQ rights.”
It is clear that Bernier’s stance represents a counter-revolution against Trudeau’s cultural Marxist agenda. Trudeau has been actively promoting this agenda, comparable to his friend Jacinda Ardern, the former Prime Minister of New Zealand. Ardern resigned from her position to become a global green lobbyist and advocate for online censorship.
While Canadian protesters fought to defend their children’s rights, Trudeau was in New York attending the Global Progress Action Summit. During the summit, he was seen hugging Ardern, who had recently been appointed as a trustee of the Earthshot Prize and as the “Special Envoy for the Christchurch Call,” an organization dedicated to online censorship.
Meanwhile, Prince William was also in New York, charming Americans, while Prince Charles was in Paris, meeting with his WEF associate Emmanuel Macron. The French President, known for ignoring the opinions of the French masses, is a puppet of the Rothschild family.
Overall, the massive protest against Trudeau’s LGBTQ agenda shows that many Canadians are deeply concerned about the indoctrination and grooming of their children. Their unified stand signifies a significant pushback against cultural Marxism and the erosion of traditional values in Canada.