Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Human Rights Commissions - Blight on Canadian Society-Bumped with additional

As a final update - the Initiator of the complaint apparently withdrew it.
There is some question about whether this happened before the HRC investigator dropped the notice on operators of Free Dominion.
And today .... The Blog Quebecois Quotes and Comments on the Winnipeg Sun and Joseph Quesnel:

"...Created by legislation, these tribunals have become a way for mainly left-wing interest groups to bypass elected legislatures and criminalize opinion they dislike."

And adds his own observation and comment:

"These disgraceful institutions should be dynamited and then the ground salted so that nothing ever grows there again."

And I'd like to add that this goes back to the Worst Canadian Ever YES! If only we could dynamite the legacy of PET and salt the ground!

Which goes back to my own PPOV :

Well ..... If anyone thinks that the use of HRCs to exert retribution against people who offend will end without political pressure on those establishments forget it.

This instance is telling enough!

HRC Used as Weapon to Silence Opinion! At the Blog Free Dominion.
We have a fembot educator taking offense at someone's opinion. Don't worry we have a taxpayer funded remedy for her hurt!

That an individual is allowed to abuse a public institution under the false guise of "Human Rights" is an abomination.

This is exactly what is wrong with the commissions and evidence of the very real need to define the boundaries of their activities.
Or to eliminate them completely!

We are a nation governed by law and do not require the judgment of unelected and un-accountable bureaucratic bodies to make or define the laws of Canada.

As if we as a nation are better in any way because of a Joe Stalin style commissariat or star chamber tribunal that acts with such impunity!

The HRC's whether Federal or Provincial are a blight on a free society And have no place in this nation.


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Anonymous JR said...

Agree. The 'Hate Messages' section of the Human Rights Act effectively makes a mockery of the 'freedom of expression' granted in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

That section of the HRA should be scrapped completely.

7/23/2007 4:36 p.m.  
Blogger PGP said...

At the very least!
It strikes me as completely totalitarian to have such commissions exist.

7/23/2007 4:52 p.m.  

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