Parents to Lose Children to Government Gender Zealots by Judi McLeod

Parents who don’t subscribe to Gender Ideology can have their children taken away from them. On the last day before Ontario’s legislature closed for the summer, Queen’s Park passed the totalitarian bill allowing government to remove kids from Christian homes. But the news of Bill 89 and how it came to be is even worse than that.

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, — not in the running for 2018 provincial elections—is making a Barack Hussein Obama style departure from public office: she’s throwing everything she possibly can at taxpaying Christian families who don’t buy into her progressive agenda.

Even Ontario’s first former Socialist Premier Bob Rae didn’t reach such horrendous infamy against family life in Canada.
Wynne’s latest societal shock is ‘totalitarian 101’, Bill 89, which hands over to the family-crushing state the power to remove children from families who oppose—even passively—the LGBTQI and gender ideology agenda, allowing for the first-time government agencies to totally ban couples who disagree with that agenda from fostering or adopting children.

A personal friend of fellow Lib-Left Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Wynne, who was handed off the premiership without the inconvenience of an election by Premier Dalton McGuinty when he resigned in 2013 was incredibly given a majority victory by Ontario voters the first time she faced the electorate in 2014.

Voters, who cut the admitted lesbian a break on her sexual preference, were smeared as homophobics all the same. Bill 89 is how she paid them in kind.

As Ontario Premier, Wynne, education minister in the McGuinty administration, defiantly refused to back off from legislating sex education replete with detailed graphics for children as young as 6. Wynne is also the premier on whose watch transmission utility Hydro One rates have risen 100 per cent in the province over the past decade.

An investigation showed that “energy poverty” was forcing rural residents to spend hundreds of dollars a month just to keep the lights on.” (Global News, June 30, 2016)

News photos of elderly couples forced to leave their homes because they can no longer afford to pay monstrous hydro bills and those left in the dark for six month-stretches have brought people to tears.

All of this is Wynne’s disturbing legacy for Ontario.

For those who think her stepping down will be the last of her, Wynne will be replaced by another handpicked loony left-leaning Liberal when she returns to private life.

Here’s hoping the electorate will be aware of that when they go to the polls sometime between now and 2018.

Voters shouldn’t count on Conservatives coming along to save the day.

When Bill 89 passed on June 1st, Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown was not even in the house for the vote.

Only a handful of Conservatives voted against Bill 89 on June 1: Monte McNaughton, Jeff Yurek, Bob Bailey, Gila Martow, Todd Smith, Michael Harris, and Steve Clark.

“Conservative MPPs present at Queen’s Park for the vote opposed the bill, which was in stark contrast to their position at second reading in March, when 83 of Ontario’s 107 MPPs passed Bill 89 unanimously. (LifeSiteNews, June 1, 2017)

Your government at work, Mrs. & Mr. Ontario!

“Bill 89, or the Supporting Children, Youth and Families Act, 2017, repeals and replaces the former Child and Family Services Act that governs child protection services, and adoption and foster care services. (LifeSiteNews)

“It adds “gender identity” and “gender expression” as factors to be considered “in the best interests of the child.”

At the same time, it deletes the religious faith in which the parents are raising the child as a factor to be considered, and mandates child protection services consider only the child’s own “creed” or “religion” when assessing the best interests of the child.”

This article is reprinted with the kind permission of the author Judi McLeod, editor of the Canada Free Press