Canada: Hate speech law unconstitutional: rights tribunal

“Jews” are upset.

The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal on Wednesday ruled that Section 13, Canada’s much maligned human rights hate speech law, violates the Charter right to free expression because it carries the threat of punitive fines.

The shocking decision by Tribunal member Athanasios Hadjis leaves several hate speech cases in limbo, and appears to strip the Canadian Human Rights Commission of its controversial legal mandate to pursue hate on the Internet, which it has strenuously defended against complaints of censorship.

It also marks the first major failure of Section 13(1) of the Canadian Human Rights Act, an anti-hate law that was conceived in the 1960s to target racist telephone hotlines, then expanded in 2001 to the include the entire Internet, and for the last decade used almost exclusively by one complainant, activist Ottawa lawyer Richard Warman.

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But “Gods’ Chosen” are mad that people aren’t forced to bow down before their celestial magnificence and grovel like the cattle they claim us gentiles to be.

TORONTO- Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC) said today it believes the decision in the case of Warman v. Lemire is wrong in law and should be appealed. CJC also noted it believes section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act (CHRA) remains constitutional.

The case involves a complaint filed against Marc Lemire, webmaster of freedomsite.org, by Ottawa lawyer Richard Warman, for a number of alleged antisemitic postings on Lemire’s web site.

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Those poor poor jews. Won’t somebody PLEASE think of the CHILDREN!!!

Want a stock tip? Find out who makes Kleenex, and buy a thousand shares. I can’t tell you how many boxes I went through, wiping the tears away. Crying like a baby, I tell you!


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