Police are investigating whether an anti-Islam rally held on the doorstep of a mosque in the heart of downtown Toronto Friday had any criminal element and whether it could be considered a hate crime.
…(Const. Allyson) Douglas-Cook told CBC Toronto it’s too early to determine whether the incident will be considered a hate crime but that investigators are looking into the possibility.
There’s a “fine line,” Douglas-Cook said, between the free expression of thoughts and views, and breaching the law or violating a particular group.
Asked what that line is, Douglas-Cook responded: “That’s a conversation we’ve been having all day.”
And do be grateful that you’re being enriched by this creep:
“There’s a population who feel that they are becoming a minority even though, by far, white people in Canada are still the majority… I guess their fear is that the way they’ve treated those minorities for so many years when they came, they think that’s how they’ll be treated.”