Category Archives: Censorship in Canada

FUREY: No, the Trudeau Liberals are not above parody

The other month I was at a store that had books for sale at the front and noticed there was some new title about or by Donald Trump. The U.S. President was emblazoned on the cover and in large gold lettering — Trump’s favourite colour — was the name “Donald J. Trump.” Right where the author name goes.

So he’s got some sort of new book out, I thought. Then I got closer. Not the case at all. Below the author name, in much smaller font, was written: “a so-called parody by Alec Baldwin & Kurt Anderson.” It was the actor further capitalizing on his well-known impersonation of Trump. Fair enough.

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Canada: Omitting “hate” facts in migrant rape cases becomes official policy

On last night’s show, I discussed the rape problem in Halifax as yet another case has emerged – this time with a Muslim migrant raping a hotel cleaning lady.

There have been more than a dozen rapes like this reported, but how many more haven’t?

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Harjit Sajjan orders crackdown as Canadian Forces Facebook page features racist, vulgar comments

Though the Forces have a team of dedicated social media staffers, the comments have become so toxic at times that one member of the public observed the “comment section around here reads like a Sons of Odin chat room,” a reference to a far-right, anti-immigration group.

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The Criminalization of Dissent in Canada – Attacks on Free Speech

The use of criminal laws to silence dissent is increasing in Canada.

This is especially true if you criticize the Government of Ontario. This “democratic” government will use the force of criminal law to silence any policy questions.

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Section 13 returns? Liberals consider letting Canadian Human Rights Commission censor the internet again

Do you remember Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act?

It was the censorship provision, that banned anything “likely to” expose a person to “hatred or contempt”.

That’s absurd — hatred and contempt are human emotions. You can’t legislate emotions.

Under Section 13, truth was no defence. “Fair comment” was no defence.

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“We could even ban media panel discussions”: Globe & Mail columnist calls for censorship

“Curbs on speech and strict rules of engagement – no interruptions, no slogans, no talking points – may be the right answer here. We already, in this country, ban hateful speech. Let’s go farther and insist on discourse rules, limits on public outrage and aggressively regulated social media. We could even ban media panel discussions.”

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No arrests as anti-Islam demonstrators clash with counter-protesters at Calgary city hall

Justin Trudeau he’s our useful idiot

 

Despite some heated moments, no arrests were made at an anti-Islam rally at Calgary City Hall Sunday afternoon.

The anti-Islam protest was originally scheduled for Saturday but the group organizing it, the World Coalition Against Islam (WCAI), had their permit pulled by the city. They vowed to continue with their demonstration on Sunday instead.


Justin Trudeau’s “Canada” at work: Note that this is the gathering that “Wild Bill” was scheduled to attend. He tells the truth about Islam so  was denied entry to Canada, but Holocaust Denier Kevin Barrett was allowed entry to Canada this past weekend to attend the Jew Hate festival of Al Quds Day. 

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