Trudeau Liberals’ ‘homosexual propaganda’ campaign will cost taxpayers $16 million

Dec 7, 2017 by

by Lianne Laurence, LifeSite:

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government will spend at least $15 million to “memorialize” the Canadian government’s “historic discrimination” of LGBTQ2 persons.

That includes building a national monument in Ottawa and funding “travelling and core exhibits” by the Canadian Museum of Human Rights.

And the Liberals have earmarked a further $1 million-plus to celebrate the coming 50th anniversary of the legalization of homosexualiy, and further initiatives to “promote diversity and inclusion.”

Gwen Landolt, a lawyer and vice president of REAL Women, slammed these efforts as “homosexual propaganda paid for by Canadian taxpayers without their permission” and which “elevate homosexuality as normal, moral, risk-free, and acceptable, which it is not.”

The $15 million commitment to “memorialize” the historic discrimination against LGBTQ individuals is part of the Trudeau government’s $145 million out-of-court settlement of the class action lawsuit launched last year by Toronto lawyer Douglas Elliott.

Elliott brought the suit on behalf of LGBTQ2 individuals discharged from Canada’s military or fired from the civil service because of their sexual orientation during what has been dubbed a government “purge” that ended in 1992.

Details of the “LGBTQ2 agreement-in-principle” were released by Trudeau’s office November 28, the day the prime minister apologized in the House of Commons to those affected by the “purge,” as well as to individuals convicted under the Canada’s former law against sodomy.

The Liberals also agreed to pay out $110 million for individual compensation, and $20 million for “legal fees and administration.”

Trudeau’s office also announced on November 28 further funding, over and above the $145 million settlement, for a number “initiatives to support LGBTQ2 communities and promote diversity and inclusion.”

That includes $250,000 to deal with an “anticipated increase in demand for services from LGBTQ2 individuals.”

This money will pay for such things as “community education sessions” on the “impacts of homophobia, transphobia, and biphobia and how to address them collectively.”

It could also be used to fund “LGBTQ2 peer conversations” on the “lived experience of homophobia, transphobia, and biphobia and how to build resiliency within LGBTQ2 communities.”

The Liberals are also bankrolling celebrations of the upcoming 50th anniversary of the decriminalization of homosexuality.

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Read also: The Gay Lobby Is Fighting For Special Rights, Not Equal Rights by Matt Walsh, Daily Wire


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