Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Legalized ‘State-Sponsored Child Abuse’ With Bill C-16 Panel Claims


A panel, comprised of journalist Barbara Kay, lawyer Jared Brown, free speech advocate Lindsay Shepherd and organizer Sarina Singh, claims that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau opened the door to “State-sponsored child abuse” by enshrining the “false and unscientific” gender ideology into law in Bill C-16.

The general discussion took place, one year after the bill became law, on July 18th, 2018. Even after now famous Toronto psychologist Jordan Peterson warned the government they still passed the law.

“Let me get this out of the way: gender is binary and not a social construct,” sex neuroscientist Dr. Debra Soh told the crowd of 725 at Canada’s Christian College to a burst of applause.

“Children should not be used as pawns to further this agenda.”

Canada, in Bill C-16, has made it illegal, with a punishment of imprisonment or bankruptcy, to deny gender theory. Further, the Mainstream Media supported the radical ideology wholeheartedly and aided in the government’s purported support of ‘state-sponsored’ child abuse.

Attorney Jared Brown, last year, stood before the Senate and argued against the outlandish bill. Brown said that a “small cadre of trans activists” have “made a successful revolution” by enforcing a social construct into law.

Furthermore, punishment for denying gender theory can include fines as directed by a human rights tribunal. Also, the tribunal can sentence an individual to “sensitivity training.”

Human Right’s tribunals are now dealing with an onslaught of gender identity cases, including cases such as a man who wished to identify as “the king” and was upset because his “monarchy and authority was discriminated against.”

While “the king” lost, such claims flow logically from Bill C-16, which does not define gender expression and identity “to make the law as inclusive as possible,” Brown noted.

Also, the law removes a person’s right to debate the theory of gender. Should a person wish to question or criticize the law, that person is then in violation of such.

For example, a Wilfred Laurier University faculty member infamously accused a teaching assistant of transgressing Bill C-16 for showing students a video debate between Peterson and a transgender activist on the topic of gender identity, but not forewarning them of Peterson’s views.

To remove the right to debate is an assault on free speech, furthermore to punish individuals because they decide to question a law is tyrannical.

The bill in and of itself is an assault on free speech and paves the way towards societal anarchy because it allows for outlandish social constructs to become law.

In addition to the radical case regarding “the king,” the law is having a very real impact on Christianity and Religious Freedom as well. A Canadian Christian school was forced to censor The Word of God, by the division it joined in 2009.

The former private school issues a handbook to students and within that handbook are two verses that ‘the agenda of tolerance’ wholeheartedly disagree with. The verses under fire speak the truth against modern day culture and are meant to separate Christians from the world.

The scriptures deemed inappropriate are 1 Corinthians 6:9-11 and Galatians 5:19-21, both of which criticize the works of the flesh and call out sexual sin.

Furthermore, Bill C-16 and others are forcing Christians out of work. Christian medial professionals are requesting that the Prime Minister grant those with moral convictions “equal freedoms and access to employment.”

Robert Walley, the executive director of MaterCare, in an open letter to Trudeau is claiming that Canadian regulations are unfairly targeting people of faith by enforcing practices that discriminate against Christians.

“Medical students, residents, and physicians have begun to experience discrimination through denial of their right to practice according to their consciences if they do not accept your government’s dictatorial policies with the consequence their recruitment into programs and positions are obstructed, though they equally qualified,”
he wrote.

Canada has allowed for social constructs to become law, and such is having a drastic effect on the populace. From outlandish legal cases to illegitimate inquiries, Canada is rolling out tyrannical rule through bills like C-16.