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Are We Really all “Peoplekind” as Justin Trudeau Suggests?

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made international news for all the wrong reasons when he corrected a woman for using the term “mankind” during a town hall event.

At first, the prime minister’s comments didn’t generate much news, a fact that isn’t entirely surprising given the fact that mainstream media outlets in Canada are Trudeau supporters. However, the video did go viral on Facebook, generating millions of views before being picked up by international media organizations.

A leading Australian newspaper went so far as to call Justin Trudeau a “himbo” (instead of the commonly used “bimbo”) and the “Kim Kardashian of politics”. UK newspapers mocked him mercilessly. The story has been picked up by national newspapers in the United States, Europe and even Asia as people of all nations and walks of life enjoy a great laugh at Canada’s expense.

It is worth noting that “peoplekind” is not even a word. Mankind is still the proper term to referring to humanity in general.

The fact that Justin Trudeau felt that he needed to be the most politically correct politician in the world today is not likely to ever be forgotten as the video continues to generate views and laughs and will likely continue to do so for the foreseeable future.

Watch Rebel Media’s Ezra Levant break it down in the video below.

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