Friday, June 27, 2008

Martyrdom denied, part deux

The Canadian Human Rights Commission has rejected the complaint by the Canadian Islamic Congress against Maclean's magazine for publishing an excerpt of Mark Steyn's America Alone. This follows the dismissal of a similar complaint by the Ontario Human Rights Commission.

That makes two failures of the Kanadian police state so far. Somehow the jackboots didn't fit. Or Stalin died. Or the Inquisition was called off. Take your pick. And the veritable torrent of words from the silenced, gagged, oppressed victims of our kangaroo courts somehow continues unimpeded.

We await the BCHRT decision now with breathless anticipation. Third time lucky, speech-warriors?

I predict a hat-trick, myself. So far, we bumbling Canadians just can't seem to get police-stating right.

H/t Damian Penny

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