Canada’s prime minister, Justin Trudeau, has come out in support of a campaign titled “Poverty is sexist”. The campaign is the brainchild of “ONE”, an international organization with 7 million acclaimed members, that claims to be fighting world poverty.
“Nowhere on earth do women have as many opportunities as men. Nowhere”.
This is how the campaign begun their letter to the prime minister. The campaign urged Trudeau to take a stance against “gender inequality”.
“Last year, you [Justin Trudeau] signed up to end extreme poverty, and because poverty is sexist, you promised to tackle the gender inequality that keeps people poor.
This year, there are a series of historic opportunities to test your commitment and to make meaningful progress by delivering [funding for women’s courses, Policies which support female economic empowerment and Better data on the girls and women we can’t see, don’t know exist and therefore can’t yet deliver for] International Women’s Day must be about advancing girls and women everywhere”.
In response to the letter from ONE, Justin Trudeau published a reply letter, titled: “I wholeheartedly agree: Poverty is Sexist”
“Women and girls are less likely to get an education, more likely to be impoverished, and face greater risk of disease and poor health. I am grateful to groups like ONE, who work toward ending extreme poverty and gender inequality around the world, while also holding global leaders accountable.”
He literally lies in the first sentence of the article. Women are not less likely to get educated than men, this is simply untrue. Women, in the western world at least, are much more likely to be educated than men. Women are also, now, much more likely to have college degrees than men. Of course, a lot of those degrees are in useless courses like gender studies and “Social Justice activism”, courses that are of no use to society (You can thank Feminism for that) so that point in moot.
“I accept your challenge to lead. As a feminist, I know that women must be treated equally everywhere. That is why, as one of my first actions as Prime Minister, I named a gender balanced Cabinet. It is my hope that this will set an example for governments around the world.
But no one leader can make this happen alone. Canada can play an important role, but we need other leaders around the world to step up, too. And that’s where you come in.
Please continue to use your voice to ask for more from all leaders around the world. Please ask them to come to the Global Fund Replenishment Conference with ambitious goals, investments, and innovations in support of girls and women everywhere”.
There’s no lie in this paragraph of course, Justin Trudeau is a self-identified Feminist, and during his campaign for the position of prime minister, elected a gender neutral cabinet.
Trudeau is also a proponent of the already disproved gender wage gap, so the fact that he thinks poverty is sexist should surprise no one.
It’s worth noting that professional Cuck and ban hammer enthusiast, Mark Zuckerberg, is supporting this movement, and is happy to have Trudeau aboard:
I should however note that, apart from the incredibly stupid “poverty is sexist” stance that the ONE campaign takes, the group also advocates for fighting the spread of STDs in African countries, fighting corruption in governments and empowering farmers in third world countries – ideas that I think any reasonable person would be in favor of. Perhaps Trudeau should have supported any one of these standpoints, instead of creating more division by suggesting that poverty (an unprejudiced, non partisan state of scarcity), somehow favors one gender over the other.