Lesbian twins push LGBT agenda in meeting with Trudeau
OTTAWA, Ontario, November 1, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's meeting with LGBT activists and pop icons Tegan and Sara Quin has Christians scratching their heads in wonder.
“How much more can you possibly gay-ify Canada than it already is?” wondered Jack Fonseca, a senior political strategist with Campaign Life Coalition, in an interview Wednesday.
“Canadians are non-stop bombarded with homosexual and transgender propaganda in our children’s schools, in the liberal media’s newspaper, TV and radio reporting, and from pop culture celebrities like the Quins,” he said.
The 38-year-old twin lesbians run their own foundation, the homosexual activist Tegan and Sara Foundation. On the television show Power Play, the Quins told host Don Martin they've met with the Canadian prime minister.
And they also claimed lesbians are under-represented, under-researched, and under-funded in Canada.
The Office of the Prime Minister did not respond to a request for comment about that meeting.
But Trudeau's militantly pro-LGBT stand is well known.
“I am on your side. I will fight for you, and I will fight with you,” Trudeau told those gathered at the Toronto Hilton for the pro-homosexual Egale Identity Gala earlier this year.
According to Fonseca, militant LGBT activists already have the most powerful institutions and corporations under their control.
“It’s breathtaking to witness the gay lobby’s insatiable lust for power and control of literally everything,” said Fonseca. “That’s what this is really about. Power and control.”
“The human rights tribunals in this country are stacked with, and controlled by, gay-activists who see it as their personal mission to persecute Christians with biased, kangaroo court decisions that go against Christians almost every single time,” he said.
“The courts and police have fallen in line with LGBT orthodoxy and do their bidding upon command.”
Calls for ‘diversity and inclusion’ are ‘actually dog whistles for more oppression of religious people and their rights’
Kathleen Wynne, Ontario's former premier and a lesbian, laced every aspect of Ontario’s educational system with ideological gay propaganda through an explicit sex-ed program. Pro-gay activists in Alberta’s New Democratic Party government are doing the same, said Fonseca.
“Homosexual activists who started out commandeering a single day to celebrate gay pride, next expanded their control of the calendar to an entire ‘gay pride week,’ and today, we are forced as a society to celebrate the entire month of June as gay pride month,” he said.
In the biggest corporations in Canada, influential, organized, and professional gay activists have succeeded at putting in place corporate-wide indoctrination programs under the guise of “diversity and inclusion,” said Fonseca.
These activists have also gotten these corporations to undertake public LGBT propaganda campaigns in their branches everywhere, he said.
“Women’s sports are on the verge of being destroyed with an increasing frequency of sexually-confused biological males beating real women in competitions, and taking home the gold medal or champions' prizes,” noted Fonseca.
At Trinity Western University in British Columbia earlier this year, a pair of 7-2 rulings (here and here) by Canada’s top court effectively forced the university to choose between having a law school or following Christianity. The court ruled it was “proportionate and reasonable” for the law societies of British Columbia and Ontario to refuse accreditation to future Trinity Western law school grads because the college’s community covenant was considered to be discriminatory. The community covenant upheld Christian sexual ethics. (Trinity Western University eventually caved and abandoned the morality pledge.)
“Gay activists have effectively banned biblical Christians from having access to an entire profession, i.e. become a lawyer in many provinces,” said Fonseca.
And even though Wynne is no longer premier of Ontario, one of her legacies, Bill 89, has led to a policy at public adoption agencies which bans Christians who seek to adopt or foster children, with the agencies telling the applicants they are unfit, he said.
“How much more power does the LGBT lobby want?” asked Fonseca. “The truth is that these powerful pop stars who have direct access to the most powerful man in Canada aren’t truly interested in protecting same-sex attracted Canadians whom they claim are ‘disadvantaged’ and ‘oppressed.’”
“The reality is that today, LGBT activists have all the power,” he said. “In 2018, they are the oppressors and bible-believing Christians, as well as people of other faiths, are the oppressed.”
Under Trudeau's leadership, Ottawa has also demanded that all employers applying for grants to hire students for the summer sign a “values attestation,” a document that states the employer's support for abortion and transgender “rights.” This past summer, that led to many pro-life and faith-based groups being denied Canada Summer Jobs grants while Planned Parenthood-affiliated organizations across the country received $88,270 under the program.
“Christians and those of other faiths need to see that these calls for ever more ‘diversity and inclusion’ are actually dog whistles for more oppression of religious people and their rights,” said Fonseca.
The Quin sisters’ real agenda is about taking away parental rights, he warned.
“It’s about using the power and resources of the federal government to shame, vilify and persecute Christians until their lives are either ruined, or they abandon their religious beliefs and their natural rights so as to escape the weight of oppressive government powers,” he said.