Monday, 26 November 2007

Is Canada's Human Rights Act about censorship?

From No Apologies.

Ron Gray: "Commission employee told me: 'Canadian Human Rights Act is about censorship.'"

And, he says, when he had a conversation with a Commission employee, mediator Bob Fagan, about the specifics of the allegation, he was astonished at what he heard.
"I told him that it seemed to be an abuse of the Human Rights Act for someone to try and use it as an instrument of censorship. And when I said that, on the phone, there was a pause and then he said, in a somewhat astonished tone: 'But the Human Rights Act is about censorship'. Then it was my turn to be silent on my end, because I found that breath-taking. For the Human Rights Commission's own mediator to acknowledge that censorship was the purpose of their Act."


I posted this because some immigrant groups and related special interest groups have used (abused?) Canada's Human Rights Act as a tool of cultural aggression against Canadian culture. It is done under the auspices of advancing the will of the minority over the desires of the majority. In "leftspeak" it is called protecting the minority from the tyranny of the majority yet isn't the "tyranny of the majority", if that's how they want to call it, more commonly known as democracy. This is Canada. It doesn't have to make sense. Just do what the left says and you won't go to jail. Now that's democracy Canadian style.

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