Trudeau Actually Corrects Woman To Say 'Peoplekind' Instead Of 'Mankind'

Marie Harrington
February 8, 2018

Justin Trudeau is being ridiculed after video emerged of the Canadian leader telling a young woman she should say "peoplekind" instead of "mankind".

To which Trudeau said: "We like to say "peoplekind", not necessarily "mankind", because it's more inclusive". However, unfortunately in Canada our volunteering as a religious charitable organisation is extremely hard, extremely. As she goes on to explain the issue she mentions that maternal love is the love that is going to change the future of "mankind".

She later told that she wasn't offended by what he said. Did it look like I was bothered by it?'

Trudeau's comment has been criticized on social media as an example of political correctness and "mansplaining".

Earlier this year, Trudeau's policy for the Canada Summer Jobs program drew the criticism from the USA right for Trudeau's explanation on why pro-life groups should be excluded from $220 million in federal jobs grants.

WATCH: Prime SJW Justin Trudeau scolds young woman: We say 'peoplekind,' not 'mankind'
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In real news, the lyrics ofCanada's national anthem, "O Canada", were altered this week to be more gender-inclusive.

Fox and Friends devoted a segment to the term featuring University of Toronto professor Jordan Peterson, who has gained notoriety for steadfastly refusing to use gender-neutral terms, turning him into something of a celebrity on the right.

Colon filed a lawsuit against the group alleging it "used a number of psychological control tactics... to prevent its members from exposing its criminal and tortious behaviour".

The woman's question/pontification had rambled on for about four minutes when Trudeau interrupted her. Because Trudeau prefers "peoplekind".

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