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Canadians Are All Done With Gender Ideology
The turning point is here
Large crowds have gathered in cities across Canada today in a galvanizing moment of mass political action against gender ideology. Organizing under the hashtag #1MillionMarch4Children, it is the largest protest of its kind in the world to date. Gender identity is deeply unpopular with the public and this is the first time that divide of public opinion has been put on display.
“Our turnout is insanely better,” Eva Kurilova tweeted from Calgary, Alberta. She posted the above photos comparing the march turnout against the usual counterprotesters. “This is a lot of people” marching, she said. However, there is “not much of a counterprotest.”
In Toronto, a large crowd has gathered at Queens Park to demand “hands off our kids.” Thousands appear to have turned out on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. St John in New Brunswick, cities in Ontario, Halifax, Edmonton, Vancouver — the entire Canadian nation has risen up to say ‘no’ to the cult of gender taking over their schools.
At every location, protestors have completely outnumbered counterprotesters. After today, Canadians will know which side of this argument has real popularity and which side has been a manufactured consensus.
Everyone who has been in this fight for a minute or more, anywhere around the world, should take a little time today to just stare at the visuals. Let it soak in that we really are the majority. We can break the power of this cult. We have the numbers. We will be heard and we will win.
“Disinformation … misinformation … hate” — Canadian politicians and teachers unions are repeating the usual magic mumbo-jumbo incantations to the news media today. The spell is broken, however. Objections to “cisgender” bias or “transphobia” no longer have any effect on a populace that has indeed ‘educated themselves’ to understand these are meaningless words, mere abracadabra.
Eva Kurilova will likely have more to add about her experience later. In the meantime, her recent coverage of Canadian politics shows us how this issue percolated up from the grassroots and only lately became self-aware.
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