The Internet Saved My Tongue – How I beat Canada’s ‘human rights’ censors

By Ezra Levant In Reason Magazine

…“Ezra Lavant [sic] insulted me on air on CBC radio,” Soharwardy wrote. “He also said that the hateful cartoons are justified to be published in his magazine Western Standards.” He complained that “CBC, CTV and other media” dared to speak with me. Noting that he was “openly the follower and related to Prophet Muhammad,” Soharwardy wrote that our publication of the cartoons “have sighted violence, hate and discrimination against my family and me.” Such incitement (I’m guessing that’s what he meant) would have been quite a feat, given that the magazines hadn’t yet landed in any mailboxes and wouldn’t be on newsstands for another week.

Heh.

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