Annamie Paul's "F" score as a party leader is based on assessment of her personal leadership on 9 measurement categories relating to policy, voting, or actions, summarized as follows:
She is not currently an MP and therefore, has no voting record on issues of life, family and faith.
Annamie Paul is proudly pro-abortion and even told the CBC that she will not "allow anti-abortion views into the party".
Given that the Green Party stated during the 2019 federal election that all candidates running under the Green banner were required to support abortion "rights", and knowing that Paul ran as a Green candidate in the riding of Toronto Centre in 2019, therefore, she was also required to give her assent to abortion at that time.
While running for the Green Party leadership, Paul boasted to CBC journalists about her support for so-called homosexual "marriage". After becoming Green Leader, she told the homosexual newspaper, Xtra, that she supports the politically-motivated and highly dangerous idea of ending the longtime ban on active homosexual men being blood donours, an idea that is irresponsible due to the dramatically higher rate of HIV/AIDS amongst men-who-have-sex-with-men in comparison to heterosexuals.
Like abortion, the Green Party officially opposes the natural definition of marriage between one man and one woman, and requires all its candidates to support the homosexual definition. Therefore, even as as a Green candidate in 2019, Paul was required to give her assent to this ideology which stands in stark opposition to natural law and God's plan for human flourishing.
Supports the radical, ant-scientific theories of gender identity and gender expression. During an interview with the homosexual newspaper, Xtra, she affirmed her support of Gender Identity Theory stating: "I’m really committed to bringing the full diversity of Canada to the Green Party—and that’s not just racial or ethnic diversity, but also gender identity, sexual orientation, socio-economic, regional, linguistic. That kind of outreach work takes time." (emphasis added).
Has marched in Toronoto's homosexual pride parade, a lewd event which features buck-naked men marching through the streets of Toronto, depictions of sexual bondage, sado-masochism and mock sex acts.
Green Party’s policy declaration implies that all Green MPs must vote in favour of abortion. This implies that Paul won’t sign the nomination papers of pro-life Canadians seeking to become a candidate. In fact, she intimated that herself.
Is an opponent of free speech, and supports compelled speech in the case preferred transgender pronouns. She supports the view that government should have the power to compel Canadians to utter made-up words they do not believe in, such as “Zhe” and “Zhir”, even if uttering these invented words violates their conscience or religion.
She supports the decriminalization of marijuana, a dangerous gateway drug to harder narcotics like heroin and cocaine.
Even worse, she issued a press release on February 17, 2021 proposing an extremely dangerous policy that would massively increase drug addiction across the country by normalizing and giving a form of government seal of approvel to illicit drug use. She proposed decriminalizing all illegal drugs, including crack, heroin, crystal meth, etc, and having the government provide free drugs of all types to addicts, calling it a "safe supply". This radical idea would destroy countless lives if implemented.
Paul is a vociferous opponent of parental rights.
She told the homosexualist media outlet, Xtra, that she supports Justin Trudeau's so-called "conversion therapy" ban, Bill C-6, which, if passed, would put parents in jail up to five years for helping their sexually-confused child to be in harmony with the body in which he or she was born, as a boy or a girl.
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