LGBTQ activists, labour unions organize to disrupt, destroy and intimidate Canadians' Million March protest against gender indoctrination

"And we all need to be co-conspirators in the community to stand up for this group, especially this time on the 20th."


Representatives of the Ontario Federation of Labour, Toronto Steel Workers Union, and Ontario Division of Canadian Union of Public Employees gathered on a Zoom call to clandestinely plan to disrupt the planned Million March 4 Children. The march, organized by parental rights advocates to speak out against the gender identiy indoctrination of Canadian children, will see multiple events across the country on September 20.

Those who took part on the call were eager to keep their undertaking secret, and one  participant on the call describes the union leaders at the meeting "co-conspirators" in the fight against "hate mongers." Despite these efforts, a recording of the Zoom call was leaked to Twitter, which indicates that some people on the call were not on board with the plans and messaging.

Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) President Patty Coates chaired the secret call. Ontario Federation of Labour Executive Director Rob Helming promised maximum discretion for those present, saying that the recording of the meeting was made for the purpose of minute-taking only, and that the it would be deleted. "We will not be sharing that recording externally," Helming said. "And as soon as we're done with the minutes, we'll be erasing that."

The union reps called parents "fascists" and said their opposition to gender ideology was based on "hate." The many union representatives who participated in the call all appeared to be in agreement.

"The ultra-conservative right has organized nationwide events under the pretext of protecting children, while their true aim is to protest the teaching of 2SLGBTQIA+ content in schools," said the Ontario branch of the Canadian Union of Public Employees in support.

"We need to be co-conspirators," Director of human rights for the OFL Yolanda B'Dacy told those in attendance said. "We need to be in the effort in such a way that when the rocks are hitting these communities, that they're hitting us."

"So as we are saying, as allies we need to come together and say enough is enough," B'Dacy continued. "We're not going to tolerate the hate, the intolerance or the indoctrination, any form in any camp, we're going to organize and we're going to have rapid response teams ready to combat this hate. And we all need to be co-conspirators in the community to stand up for this group, especially this time on the 20th."

"The fascists are organizing in the streets," said Emily, a "fascist researcher" and Carleton University union rep. "I'm a researcher at Carleton. And my focus is fascism in Canada. And the signs that I've seen that were rising that this is far more than just like a far right transphobic protest. They are fundamentally racist."

The Million March 4 Children was primarily organized by Muslim parents who object to the idonctrination of their children in public schools. Many parents oppose the new lessons that have rolled out that teach children they can change sex, that biological sex is a mutable condition and that there are more than two genders.

"The only way," Emily suggested, "the best way, that the fascists have been stopped in the last 100 years has been when we unite in massive numbers in the streets."

Director of human rights for the Canadian Labour Congress Vicky Smallman dismissed parental rights and echoed Prime Minister Justin's Trudeau's description of the Freedom Convoy.

"The parental rights rhetoric has sort of come to the fore," she said. "It's really easy to sort of say, well, these are fringe voices, these are, you know, the [Freedom] Convoy… All of it is being validated and platformed and echoed by provincial governments and by the federal Conservative party—right?—which offers a bit of legitimacy."

A man from Peterborough, Ontario thanked his "sisters and brothers and comrades … We need to build an anti-fascist movement in this province in this country, and I'm just going to use our slogan in Peterborough we say there will be resistance."

Anthony Marco, president of the Hamilton and District Labour Council spoke of bringing in "seasoned activists" to disrupt the march and intimidate parents. 

"We've got a couple of seasoned activists," Marco said "who've already said that they're willing to go over and, you know, take some pictures of license plates and take, like, these are people who are willing to do this. They're people who are seasoned and make sure that they know that they're being watched, that they're not doing this in secret, that people are noticing what they're up to."

On Sept. 11, Coates sent an email to the OFL executive board, executive council, union heads, committees, coalitions, and community partners that proclaimed: "Urgent Action Required: Rapid Response to September 20th Canada-Wide (anti-sexual minority) Protests."

The email warned, "the ultra-conservative right have planned nationwide events to protest teaching (sexual minority) content in schools under the guise of protecting children."

Although the rallying cry is entitled, "A day to unite all religions in the defense of children against (sexual minority) indoctrination in Canadian schools," Coates insisted, "We know that far from protecting students this will hurt them in so many ways."

"In this time of unprecedented hate and emboldened anger against so many people, it is time now, more than ever, for labor to show up as allies to protect targets of hate and bigotry wherever they may be," Coates wrote.

Demonstrations in support of the Ottawa Million Person March are planned for Toronto, Hamilton, Burlington, Kitchener, Niagara Falls, London, Windsor, Orangeville, Barrie, Sudbury and Whitby in Ontario alone. Cities from Vancouver to Halifax are also gearing up for the protest.

"Canadians are united from coast to coast on Wednesday, September 20 to liberate Canada's children from sexual indoctrination and the rights of parents to raise their children until age 18," Kamel El-Cheikh, the organizer of the Million Person March, told The Post Millennial.

"There is an appetite by Canada's government," El-Cheikh continued. "The radical woke community, and some union members to undermine that right calling parents "fascist" for simply asking for that fundamental right under the charter.  This video is a prime example of the work we have to do to make a seismic change in the culture of oppression on Canada's children."

Sept. 20, he predicted, "will be a solidarity day between all religions and creeds; we are being undermined, and that day should serve as notice that we will not back down irregardless of the shameful rhetoric taking place."

El-Cheikh promised that "we will go as far as holding everyone who counters accountable! As this day is for Canada's children and not a time for counter protestors."

At the recent Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) Convention in Quebec City, delegates passed a number of resolutions opposing gender ideology extremism. These resolutions are not binding on party policy but CPC leader Pierre Poilievre has not declared his support or opposition to these items.

NDP leader Jagmeet Singh—who continues to prop up the Trudeau government in a loose coalition—issued a declaration of war on Conservative Party of Canada leader Pierre Poilievre for not saying if he would support chemical castration of transgender youth.

"I find it disgusting and inhumane that Mr. Poilievre would deny healthcare to those he doesn't agree with. Health care decisions should be left up to doctors. Mark my words - I'll fight like hell against this."

Singh, union leaders, and Trudeau may be on board with lying to Canadian children about sex and gender, and calling parents "hateful," but parents across the country are speaking out on September 20th regardless of the insults.

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First, the level of infiltration of our governments and institutions by these globalist marxists is frightening. This type of activity is clearly not in their mandate. Second, parental rights groups should replicate their publicity and replace the word hate with Groomers.

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