Ottawa:  December 4, 2017

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s apology to homosexuals was deceitful.

He claimed it was given on behalf of “all” Canadians.  In doing so, Trudeau ignored the opinion of millions of faith-based Canadians whether Christian, Muslim, Sikh or Orthodox Jew who do not believe that the sexual preferences of homosexuals are normal, moral, nor risk-free.

It was deceitful of Trudeau to pretend that there are no consequences to homosexual sexual practices, medically, psychologically and socially.

The reality is that, homosexual sexual activity leads to the devastation of AIDS, anal, throat and mouth cancer, sexually transmitted diseases, drug abuse and increased depression and suicide.  This occurs even in countries like the Netherlands and Sweden, where homosexual rights have been the law of the land for years.  Homosexuals there remain three times more susceptible to mood disorders and 3 to 10 times more likely to engage in suicidal self-harm.

Trudeau is giving $145 million to homosexuals because they were dismissed in the past from the civil service and the military, owing to the fact that they were a national security risk and therefore vulnerable to blackmail since homosexuality was prohibited in the Criminal Code at that time.

Further, Heritage Minister, Mélanie Joly has announced a further $15 million has been earmarked for propaganda purposes to promote homosexuality.  This sum includes the cost of erecting a statue to homosexuals.  A further, $770,000 has been given to the homosexual organization EGALE to fund a travelling exhibit in ten cities, called: Legalizing Love: the Road to June 27th, 1969.  This sum also includes a 60-minute documentary to increase awareness about homosexuality.

The Canadian military has been ordered to provide “safe places” for homosexuals allowing them to create networks and seek information and assistance.  This is discrimination against the needs of other military personnel.  A new defense policy to take effect, includes an appointment of a “diversity champion within the military” to ensure the integration of Gender-Based Analysis Plus in all defense activities, and a new focus on recruiting and retaining diverse populations.  One would have thought that the purpose of the Canadian Armed Forces was to be a deterrent to war and, if need be, to participate in war to protect Canadians.  It was never intended to be a social agency to promote homosexuality.

Finally, $250,000 has been set aside to fund projects to support services for the LGBTQ2 community, such as peer led support for these communities, and education sessions on the impacts of homophobia.

The result of Trudeau’s apology and funding is long range, and damaging.

A genuine concern arises whether those who do not accept Trudeau’s simplistic interpretation of homosexuality are going to be hounded and persecuted under the homosexual programs.

The Supreme Court of Canada stated that there is no hierarchy of rights under the Charter.  Trudeau, however, has revised this, by giving homosexuals, not equal rights, but superior rights in Canada.