Friday, April 12, 2024

Canada Toughens Up Its Military, Supplies Menstrual Products In Male Restrooms

Relax Canada, Trudeau has your best interests at heart. There is a December 15th deadline when In a move to align with the Liberal government’s commitment to “inclusivity,” Canadian military bases are required to provide menstrual products, including tampons and pads, in men’s washrooms.

You must ask yourself; how did we get this far off course? When was it decided that reason and common sense needed to be replaced by lies, falsehood and stupidity. More importantly, where is the backbone of those that know right from wrong and why aren’t these incredibly ridiculous ideas, rules and mandates being stomped out by any means possible.

Let’s go all the way back to the birthplace of this moronic mania. The idea that a man can be a woman, or a woman can be a man is idiotic. It’s physically impossible, It’s biologically impossible, and it’s scientifically impossible. To expect others to play along with the farce is unacceptable. To penalize or even criticize someone for not using the correct pronouns or force them to take courses on a fallacy to accommodate a mental unstable person’s fantasy borders on criminal.

Enter Justin Trudeau’s new woke labour code and its infringement on the Canadian military. True North issued a report on the lunacy that this new code has initiated.  

True North is a Canadian digital media platform that seeks to provide Canadians with fair, accurate, truthful and fact-based news reports, analysis, investigative reports, podcasts, interviews and documentaries. Its parent group, True North Centre for Public Policy, is an independent, non-governmental, non-partisan think tank and public policy organization that conducts research and education on important public issues in Canada, including but not limited to immigration, integration, and national security. It is a registered Canadian charity.

In their report, they stated that all Canadian military bases will soon be required to have menstruation products in the men’s restroom to align with the federal government directive issued by Employment and Social Development Canada to promote “inclusivity,” with the initiative expected to kick off on Dec. 15.  

True North has independently verified the implementation of this policy in at least one Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) military base, where menstruation kits are now available in men’s washrooms. 

Major Kim, with the Department of National Defense, told True North. 

The federal directive underscores its commitment to “better protect menstruating employees” by mandating the presence of menstrual products in all toilet rooms, irrespective of their designated genders.

According to a recent federal briefing note, the CAF is facing a recruitment crisis as it struggles to find willing Canadians to fill the military’s thinning ranks. 

The directive also outlines specific requirements for employers, including the provision of covered containers for the disposal of menstrual products.

The regulations specify that menstrual products must be in all toilet rooms, regardless of their marked genders. This means that every female-identified, male-identified and all-gender toilet rooms will need to have menstrual products. Unrestricted access to menstrual products better protects menstruating employees and makes sure that they feel safe to use the toilet room that best reflects their gender.

Employers must also make sure a covered container for disposal of menstrual products is provided. A disposal container must be placed in each toilet room that has one toilet. In rooms with multiple toilets, a disposal container must be in each toilet stall.

The directive defines menstrual products as tampons “inserted into the vagina when menstruating, with or without an applicator” and pads which “absorb menstrual fluids by affixing to underwear during menstruation.”

Across Canada, other government entities are making strides to expand access to taxpayer-funded menstrual products in all washrooms.

The District of Saanich, for example, has announced plans to provide free menstrual products in all public washrooms, including men’s rooms.

Now, for all the sane people out there, consider the cost of this hypocrisy. Not just the monetary cost, which will be substantial, but also the damaged self-esteem and disgust that this will generate within the ranks.

Blacklock’s Reporter is an Ottawa-based Internet publication covering Canadian government administration. It reported in July that recruitment was down last year by 35 percent from 2021. The briefing titled “Recruitment And Retention,” admits that the CAF is struggling to fill its ranks due to the Covid-19 pandemic and challenges related to encouraging people to apply for service. 

“The Canadian Armed Forces serves Canada by defending our values, interests and sovereignty at home and abroad. However, the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) is experiencing a shortfall in personnel that has been exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic and Canada-wide labour shortages.” 

The briefing outlines the government’s plan to boost recruitment, not by bettering conditions, or by stressing the finer points of military service for one’s country, but by lowering standards and promoting diversity over merit.

Instead of focusing on attracting qualified Canadians who are willing to serve and defend the country, the government is resorting to identity-based quotas to fill the gaps. 

The document says the CAF will “streamline and redesign” the recruitment process to speed up applications, recognize past experience, and allow permanent residents to apply.

It also pushes for more representation of women, indigenous, and LGBT people in the CAF, claiming a need to “See the Canadian Armed Forces as a first-rate career choice where they will feel welcome, valued and safe.” 

The briefing also cites the recent decision to eliminate “binary uniform and appearance choices,” giving members the option to choose their preferred uniform.

“Through these efforts, the CAF will become a first-rate career choice that will attract talented Canadians for years to come, thereby ensuring that the Forces are optimized to meet current and future security needs at home and abroad.”

As reported by True North last year, the CAF has opted to promote drag queen bingo and critical race theory (CRT) instead of dealing with the critical issues behind recruitment. 

An anonymous source familiar with the matter told True North that CAF members had to sit through “CRT sessions we all had to endure and book recommendations from high-ranking people.”

So, the CAF thinks that worthless CRT training and drag queen bingo, when combined with lower standards and enlisting “snowflakes,” will bolster the quality of the Canadian Armed Forces. Oh, and let’s not forget how welcoming the men of CAF will feel when they discover they now have tampons and pads at their disposal. That alone is an incentive for real men to sign up.

Rest easy Canada, if it comes down to hand-to-hand combat, your military can always hit the enemy with their purses.