Free speech wins huge victory in Canada

Some good news, for a change:

At issue here was not true hate speech — racial slurs, etc. — which are indefensible. Rather, the aim of such laws is to crush political dissent. The Organization of the Islamic Conference is trying to strong-arm Western nations into imposing hate speech laws that will restrict speech about Islam they don’t like, including explorations of the motives and goals of jihad terrorists.


This was in Canada the law that snared Ezra Levant and Mark Steyn for anti-jihad statements. But now this ruling is a major setback for that effort, however, although all such a law would need in the U.S. would be an activist President without much attachment to free speech and five compliant Supreme Court justices. But that could never happen, now, could it?

“Hate speech laws violate constitution: Rights tribunal,” from Canwest News Service or Jihad Watch

Musel News:

No Naomi Wolf, You ApologizeBy: Jamie Glazov / NewsRealBlog

To the millions of Muslim women whose persecutors you support — and whose enslavement you abet. ….more

More Obaminations:

Obama wants to change the system itself. He is a radical’s radical, with an authoritarian impulse. His Alinskyite training means that social unrest doesn’t unnerve him; it plays right into his hands. Social unrest is both his modus operandi and his mid-term goal. The more unrest, the greater the crisis; the greater the crisis, the more excuse he has to use and consolidate central power in order to completely remake society.

Obama is far more dangerous than Carter or Cilnton ever were

2 thoughts on “Free speech wins huge victory in Canada”

  1. * including explorations of the motives and goals of jihad terrorists.

    But, but, the terrorism financing experts and food critics are trying to
    tell us that there is no jihad, and terrorism has nothing to do with islam.

  2. Great post,
    I have seen all the clips ( 6 or 7) of Ezra Levant discussing this issue with one person ( a female) representing the Canadian government judicial system. They were great, Ezra was excellent in his defense of free speech. Alas, I do not remember which website it was. I run into them my following some links about western islamic organizations and their tyranical grip on the idea of free speech. I believe it was a documantory but for the purpose of making the content accessible the website owner (or other) broke down the whole hour and half, into 6 or 7 segments that run 10-15 minutes each.
    If I can locate the site will post it again.

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