If you read the headline, which I’m assuming you did, I hope you didn’t take it the wrong way. It’s hard to actually be fearful of a pantywaist like Justin Trudeau, I fully understand that. But we’ve see the results of goofballs in power before. When simpletons and ideologues get put in charge, we should all be fearful. I’m not saying grab your blankie and curl up in the fetal positions. Don’t get me wrong here. We should, however, channel this fear into meaningful electoral coalitions and other obstacles designed to defeat dummies like Trudeau. Because if we don’t, more useful idiots like the Canadian Prime Minister will continue to pop up.

Here’s what he said in a recent speech to the World Economic Forum in Davos. It was filled with good ole fashioned feminist propaganda…

Trudeau explained his intention to raise both his sons and his daughter to treat their peers equally. Everyone, he said, deserves respect and encouragement for their ambitions. To widespread applause, he added:

“And by the way—we shouldn’t be afraid of the word ‘feminist.’ Men and women should use it to describe themselves anytime they want.”…

Right after taking office, Trudeau also set up his cabinet comprising 15 men and 15 women—including journalist and former Reuters managing director Chrystia Freeland and Afghan refugee Maryam Monsef. It was the first time in Canada’s history that the cabinet had been split equally between men and women. 

His now-famous response when asked about the decision: An isn’t-it-obvious shrug, accompanied by the simple words: “Because it’s 2015.”

First off, feminism is not about equality between the sexes, at least here in the West. Instead, it seems to be based on a constant outrage over whatever the issue of the day happens to be. It could be mean tweets. Hell, it could be the bogus “rape epidemic” on college campuses. It could even be about air conditioning. Whatever the garbage rad fem bloggers and activists of the day happen to be talking about, that’s what gets the attention.

In the other parts of the world, women are concerned about making it home in one piece. They may even be preoccupied with, ya know, not getting mutilated at birth. Over here in the West, they complain about all sorts of things that are either:

    1. Completely False or…
    2. Not an Issue of Legitimate Concern

The rest of the time is spent running down the male sex in general. As I’ve said before, I have respect for the legitimate campaigners for women across the world. I can’t respect hustlers and frauds, though, no matter how many times the media tries to pump them up. The fact that we now have the leader of Canada so far in the bag for radical feminism ought to be a cause for concern. Is it the end of the world? No. But as we’ve seen lately with the Gregory Elliott case, these people are not going to be content with merely raising a fuss. They want to put those of us who disagree with them in prision. I don’t know about you, but that’s enough to motivate me to turn people like Justin Trudeau into ex-leaders.