It’s International Women’s Day. Which we really need, actually. In huge swaths of the world, women are second class citizens.
But in Canada, every day is women’s day.
On Monday I showed you some powerful statistics about it: How the leading professions are dominated by women — sometimes overwhelmingly.
Why? It’s not just that women are liberated and free to choose those professions, but rather that — between fake campus rape charges to "social justice" rhetoric — men are actively discouraged from attending university.
In Canada, feminism even bizarrely means letting men be women. The Globe and Mail says so:
"This International Women’s Day, feminists should - finally - accept transgender women”
That's because feminism is chiefly a male tool, to get transgender men into places they couldn’t go.
Or, more commonly, as political cover for men who know that if they say they’re a male feminist, they can get away with things. Like the serial abuser, Jian Ghomeshi. Or Bill Clinton for that matter, or Teddy Kennedy or Harvey Weinstein.
And the centre of feminism in Canada is Justin Trudeau.
Today he got an award and gave a speech at the Equal Voice International Women's Day lunch.
Because nothing says “International Women’s Day” like a powerful man stopping by a U.S. corporation’s Toronto branch plant to pick up an award at a photo op.
Tonight I'll show you some of what Justin Trudeau said today, about women's rights — which we've had years, decades, even centuries in Canada. But not in Trudeau’s favourite places, like Iran, or even China, where women can’t vote.
Not a word about that from Trudeau.
Trudeau’s own Liberals are overrun with sexual misconduct:
But we still get the same self-righteous preening from Canada's Liberals — always praising themselves, always scolding you, and always spending your money...
NEXT: Sheila Gunn Reid joins me to talk more about the "fake feminism" of the West.
THEN: Jim Hanson, the president of the Security Studies Group, comments on the student who tried to blow up his school in the name of ISIS — and why the media ignored this story.