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WOKE Trudeau to spend $110 million on global promotion of 2SLGBTQI ideology
By Belle Carter // Apr 24, 2024

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently confirmed via the release of his "Canada's 2024 Budget" that his government will be allocating CA$150 million ($110 million) of taxpayer dollars to promote LGBT ideology at home and abroad and to expand equity groups in the workforce to include people who identify as 2SLGBTQI+ or "two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex,” as well as “additional so-called sexually and gender diverse people."

"Following the recommendations of the Task Force, Budget 2024 announces the government’s intention to propose legislative amendments to modernize the Employment Equity Act, including by expanding designated equity groups," the budget stated, adding that Trudeau intends to spend the $110 million over the next 10 years, with the possibility of allocating even more taxpayer dollars should his government remain in power.

Canada's Employment Equity Act provides that women, indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities must be accommodated with "special measures" by their employers.

Trudeau intends to expand this act by classifying those who identify as 2SLGBTQI+ as qualifying for "special measures," with the spending plan going "to support Canada's first Federal 2SLGBTQI+ Action Plan, a whole-of-government approach to prioritize and sustain 2SLGBTQI+ community action, to advance and strengthen 2SLGBTQI+ rights at home and abroad, and to embed 2SLGBTQI+ issues in the work of the Government of Canada."

The budget further stated that since 2015, Canada has been at the forefront of defending LGBTQ+ rights around the world.

"Today, 65 international jurisdictions still criminalize same-sex sexual activity, including 11 jurisdictions where the death penalty can be applied, fueling anti-LGBTQI+ hate, persecution, discrimination, and violence," it said. "Canada stands up for, protects, and promotes the human rights of LGBTQI+ people at home and around the world."

It also cited how much the nation has already spent on gender ideology since February 2019, when they launched the LGBTQI+ International Assistance Program. Through the program, the government provided CA$30 million ($21.9 million) in dedicated funding over five years and CA$10 million ($7.3 million) every year thereafter.

The Trudeau government in June of last year pledged CA$1.5 million ($1.1 million) in what it claims is "emergency funding" for increased security to organizations running Pride parades, which often feature nudity and extremely graphic homosexual activity. Later the same month, records revealed that Trudeau's Liberal government gave CA$12 million ($8.76 million) for “pride” events during the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown years.

Canada to tax the wealthy more to support Gen Z

The annual federal budget also focuses on the Canadian government asking the rich to pay higher taxes as Trudeau's government wants to flag up support among young voters ahead of next year’s election, as revealed back in last week, April 16.

According to Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland, the wealthiest Canadians should pay more, with the additional billions in Canadian dollars extracted from them to be invested in education, housing, jobs and mental health services.

In its annual federal budget, the Liberal government also said that despite the increase in spending the budget deficit for 2023 to 2024 fiscal year would remain stable before gradually falling. The proposal indicated CA$53 billion ($38 billion) in new spending over five years, much of it directed towards younger Canadians in the Millennial and Generation Z demographics in the form of affordable housing, student grants and loans, rent subsidies and work placement programs. It included that capital gains over CA$250,000 ($182,400) would be taxed at 66.7 percent, up from 50 percent, raising nearly CA$20 billion ($14.5 billion) in revenue over five years.

Freeland added that the opportunity for young people to build a comfortable middle-class life had "always been the promise of Canada." "But today, Millennial and Gen Z Canadians can get a good job, they can work hard, they can do everything their parents did and more, and too often the reward remains out of reach," she said.

This did not sit well with the Business Council of Canada (BCC), which slammed the proposed budget as "good politics to some" but "bad economic policy for all."

"Wealth redistribution is not wealth creation. The spending measures introduced today will saddle Canadians with debt without encouraging the strong and sustained economic growth they deserve," BCC President and CEO Goldy Hyder said in a statement. (Related: Canadian legislators receive SALARY INCREASES on the same day Trudeau announces 23% carbon tax hike.)

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Watch the video below that talks about the Canadian 2024 budget that indicated taxing the rich to buy young Canadian's votes.

This video is from the Maverick News channel on Brighteon.com.

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