Trudeau corrects woman for using 'mankind' in her question at town hall

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau corrected a woman on her language when she asked a question during a town hall Friday.

In one more display of how Canada has run crazily to the extreme Left under Trudeau, and in its attempts to trash differences between men and women while it fights the supposed evils of patriarchy, last Friday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had a patently ridiculous reply when speaking at a public town hall to a woman who used the word “mankind,” responding, “We like to say people-kind, not necessarily mankind.”

The woman was a member of the World Mission Society Church of God, which believes in “the Heavenly Mother, as testified in the Bible.” The woman stated, “So, the World Mission Society Church of God is truly growing and changing society through our volunteer work. We have received the Queen’s Award, in the U.K; we have received – I have a question‑“

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Trudeau said, “Question.”

The woman went on, “We have received many awards throughout the whole world. However, unfortunately, in Canada, our volunteering as a charitable religious organization is extremely difficult. Extremely. That’s why in actuality, we cannot do free volunteering to help our neighbors in need as we truly desire. So that’s why we came here today, to ask you to also look into the policies that religious charitable organizations have in our legislation so that it can also be changed because maternal love is the love that is going to change the future of mankind. So we’d like you to —“

Trudeau interrupted. “We like to say people-kind, not necessarily mankind, more inclusive.”

Girl: “There we go, exactly. Yes, thank you.”

Trudeau: “We can all learn from each other,” prompting cheers from the crowd.

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The crowd clapped after Trudeau’s comments.

The Canadian government has cracked down on language inclusivity over the last week.

Canada’s Senate passed a bill Thursday to make the country’s national anthem gender neutral. The bill changes the second line of “O Canada” from “true patriot love, in all thy sons command” to “in all of us command.”

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