While Canada continues its multi-million dollar program to force homosexuality on the nation, it's also spreading acceptance in other countries.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently spoke before Canada's House of Commons and apologized on behalf of "all" Canadians for alleged mistreatment of homosexuals. However, Gwen Landolt of Real Women of Canada says millions of Canadians, based on their faith, do not agree.
"He's apologizing [because of] homosexuals who were dismissed when they were employees of the civil service and the military in years past," Landolt explains. "But they were dismissed because they were security risks – because at that time homosexuality was prohibited by the Canadian Criminal Code."
According to Landolt, those individuals had no difficulty gaining employment in other types of jobs. Still, Trudeau is giving $145 million to homosexuals who were dismissed – and another $15 million to promote acceptance of the homosexual lifestyle.
Landolt goes on to explain that Trudeau's pushing of the homosexual agenda is extremely offensive to many Third World, developing countries with cultures and religious beliefs that forbid acceptance of homosexuality.
In addition, the mental and medical consequences of the lifestyle are well-documented, and they are just as prevalent in countries such as the Netherlands and Sweden where special rights for homosexuals have been accepted for years.
For those reasons, says Landolt's group, the PM "was deceitful" in pretending there are no consequences to homosexual sexual practices – medically, psychologically, and socially.