This is just unreal:
Nobody has a mother or a father, according to a certain Bill 28 recently passed in the legislature of Ontario, Canada. Got that? The law’s official title is: “An Act to amend the Children’s Law Reform Act, the Vital Statistics Act and various other Acts respecting parentage and related registrations.” Basically, the law scrubs the words “mother” and “father” from documents, and replaces them with the neutered term “parent.” The law also raises the number of legal parents to as many as four per child. In other words, the government of Ontario will cease to legally recognize the natural origins of any of its citizens. If you live in Ontario, you now have no right for the state to recognize you as either a mother or a father to your child, biological or otherwise. Likewise, no child there has the right to a legally recognized biological mother or father. Recognizing the relationship is now the sole prerogative of the state. As with all bad legislation that cannot survive any real scrutiny, proponents of Bill 28 pushed it through fast and furiously and with a good deal of subterfuge and manipulation. Ontario Progressive Conservative Party Leader Patrick Brown is reported to have pressured members to either vote for the bill or stay away from the session. Many who would have been inclined to vote against it were not present at the vote. All 79 members who were present voted for it unanimously. Machinelike unanimity for something so wildly weird speaks volumes about the utter saturation of political correctness in Canadian society today. Of course Bill 28 was all packaged up in a sanctimonious fig leaf that goes by the Orwellian name: “All Families are Equal Act.” Yet “All Children Are Chattel Act” is a more accurate name for this law.