In an attempt to gauge just how much more effort the government needs to put into forcing the acceptance of the leftist agenda, Canada’s federal government subjected its citizens to a survey to ask one simple question: how comfortable they are around gay and transgender people.
According to Global News, the federal government sought to measure how Canadians felt about gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people playing significant roles in their lives in order to “better understand the challenges faced by Canada’s LGBTQ2 community.”
In other words, taxpayer dollars were spent to help develop a better strategy to eradicate the remaining population that, for one reason or another, does not feel comfortable with LGBT people.
The poll, conducted by the Privy Council Office in mid-summer, found that the vast majority of Canadians were comfortable with LGBT people in various situations.
Respondents were asked:
How comfortable would you be in each of the following situations?
-If you had a next-door neighbour who was gay, lesbian, or bisexual
-If you had a next-door neighbour who is a transgender person
-If you had a manager or supervisor who is gay, lesbian, or bisexual
-If you had a manager or supervisor who was a transgender person
-If you had a doctor who is gay, lesbian, or bisexual
-If you had a doctor who was a transgender person
91.8 percent of those surveyed would be comfortable if their next-door neighbor was gay, lesbian, or bisexual, while 87.6 percent said they would be comfortable if a neighbor was a transgender person.
The poll found 90.5 percent said they were “very comfortable” or “somewhat comfortable” with a gay, lesbian or bisexual boss versus 7.6 percent who said they were “somewhat uncomfortable” or “very uncomfortable.” Apparently, they hadn’t heard of the Canadian man who claimed he had been fired from his job simply for being heterosexual.
The otherwise massively favorable numbers began to dip when respondents considered how they’d feel having a gay, lesbian or bisexual doctor. 88.2 percent felt “comfortable” with one, while 10.2 percent felt “uncomfortable.” Far fewer people—79.9 percent—were comfortable with a transgender doctor, while 17.6 percent felt “uncomfortable.”
I suppose it’s only natural, right? Would you want a doctor with severe mental illness on who knows what hormone-altering drugs to be responsible for your health? I didn’t think so.
It’s interesting to note that slightly fewer people are comfortable with transgender people in general, given Canada’s recent controversies with transgender rights inquisitor Jonathan “Jessica” Yaniv lobbing lawsuits at everyone who crosses his path.
Although the numbers reveal almost complete uniformity of thought among Canadians on the subject, one of the nation’s foremost “LGBTQI2S” advocacy groups (yes, that is really the acronym they’re using now) declared that they will not be satisfied until they have achieved complete domination and forced 100% of the population to accept their perversion.
“It’s really good to see the attitude of Canadians changing and being more open and inclusive,” said Helen Kennedy, executive director of Egale Canada. “We obviously have more work to do. But it’s definitely a step in the right direction.”
“The separate questions regarding gender identity were deliberate given experiences of discrimination faced by many transgender people in Canada,” Privy Council Office spokesperson Stephane Shank said in e-mail to Global News. “The Government of Canada is committed to better understanding the challenges faced by LGBTQ2 people — that is why the Minister of Diversity and Inclusion and Youth has been given a mandate to consult civil society representatives of LGBTQ2 communities to lay the groundwork for an LGBTQ2 action plan that would guide the work of the federal government on issues important to LGBTQ2 Canadians.”
This is what totalitarianism looks like, folks. It comes disguised with positive, justice-affirming language, but don’t be fooled. Mark my words, the Canadian government will not rest until its unsustainable leftist policies force it to self-destruct.