Canada now ranked less free than former fascist, Soviet nations
YEP, in the world according to Kathy, we are persecuted by the big bad Human Rights Commission. Does she even understand what they are? Or does she just regurgitate whatever her idol Ezra Levant or Mark Steyn say??
I've heard alot of neo-con arguments as to why section 13 of the CRHC must go and none of them strong enough, but this one, took the cake for me.
Poor Kathy and her idols and her .... her.... friends?? (don't know what to call them, really, the shrew sisterhood??). She hasn't a clue as to what life was really like in the former Soviet Union or the other former eastern block countries. Wonder if she ever met a defector? I have, and they are extremely happy to be in Canada and no, they don't feel restricted.
The U.S.A. , a place most of these Neo-Cons idolize and I'm sure Kathy is of no exception, restricts freedom of expression more so than Canada. They ban books! Books like Winnie the Pooh, To Kill a Mockingbird, the list is long and the reasons for banning them are ridiculous.
Ironically, Kathy doesn't enable comments on her page. Isn't that....impeding freedom of expression? Granted it's her blog, she can do whatever the hell she likes, but if she's going to preach the sanctity of absolute freedom of expression, shouldn't she welcome comments??
Other neo-con bloggers are the same way. I apparently can't comment on Denyse O Leary's page neither. Didn't try Girlontheright's comment board; something tells me I would be wasting the energy in my fingers to type it as it wouldn't show up.
I did comment once on a posting on Ezra Levant's site awhile ago regarding the victory for that neo-nazy homophobic thug, Marc Lemire. He allowed my comment, but his fans were relentless. One of them even threatened to sue me.
When the Globe and Mail published the story, most of the commentators were celebrating this. When I ranted and called them all white supremacists, I got accused of libel and my comment was deleted.
Another example of hypocrisy from Neo-Cons, I guess. Freedom of expression is only applicable to them and not the looney left. Why are they so scared?