A woman no one has ever heard of is going to be on Canada’s ten dollar bill because apparently Her Royal Majesty doesn’t count as a woman. Plus, it is “the current year”…
The Trudeau government has chosen Viola Desmond to be featured on the note. Her illustrious accomplishments can be boiled down to about a single sentence:
In 1946, Desmond defied a Nova Scotian movie theatre’s segregation policy by refusing to sit in the balcony designated exclusively for blacks.
Instead, she sat in the whites-only section on the main floor, before being arrested and charged.
(The selection of Desmond might strike the astute viewer as ironic, since it wasn’t so long ago that Canada’s self-styled feminist Prime Minister spoke at a segregated Muslim mosque where the balcony was designated exclusively for women, who are barred from the men-only main floor...)
Now, the Canadian government would have you believe their pick was Canada’s Rosa Parks, but WATCH my report for the whole story…
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