Rights based on sexual orientation and on religious liberty are proving not to be compatible. One group has to be out in the open and one must go underground or in the closet. The LGBTQ made great strides in the Great White North when it comes to advancing their so-called rights. They do so at the expense of religious freedom. While in America there are pockets of religious freedom under fire in the major progressive cites and certain states like Colorado, Oregon, and New Mexico. it is much more widespread in Canada for they have been able to influence Canada’s national laws as well as the regional provinces. Just recently Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau decided to dissolve its office for religious freedom. It seems that he is determined to pound the final nails into Christianity’s coffin while supposedly taking the country towards progressive enlightenment.
It is as if the devil himself has taken over as PM of Canada. People of faith will not be allowed to adopt children because they will not tell them that homosexuality is good or not be allowed to work in certain occupations unless they renounce their opposition to not just homosexuality but to pre-born baby murder as well.
Now more than ever we see why the hard left progressives (not just those who claim to be atheist) want to ban public expression of faith. It is counter to what they want to push on the public, especially sexual perversions of all sorts as well control over the masses (including life and death decisions) and placing themselves among the gods including God himself. Sexual perversions have proven to be destructive to the body, mind, and soul of a person. These godless people know this, but rather continue in it and demand approval of it from the masses as they self-destruct with their masters.
I agree with Emilie Kao of the Heritage Foundation that we must link hands with the Canadians who refuse to submit to the pagan agenda of Canada and work together to push back against it in both countries and everywhere else:
Outside of watching the occasional hockey game or purchase of maple syrup, most Americans pay little attention to Canada.
We may know of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s colorful socks, but little of how unpopular he is among his constituency. We may discuss the single-payer health care system, but are unfamiliar with the government’s disrespect for religious liberty of our neighbors to the north.