Thursday, July 26, 2007

Human Rights Commission and FreeDominion

The word is getting out about the Human Rights Commission's foolish attack on FreeDominion. May exposure and the consequent ridicule of the Canadian Human Rights Commission continue to cross borders. Let Canadians stand together with the Commission's prey by duplicating the "offending" comments on their own blogs.


Students of history will have heard of SMERSH. It was a forerunner of the KGB, a Communist Party commissariat under Josef Stalin. SMERSH was empowered to investigate and arrest conspirators and public critics of "the Party" – people living in the former Soviet Union didn't have constitutional freedoms.

Well, Canada has its own commissariats, in the form of Human Rights Commissions.

Some people refer to them as "kangaroo courts," but that is misleading because they really are dangerous. That's why I call them Commie-Commissions, and like SMERSH, they are empowered to investigate anyone who does not abide with the current stream of political correctness.
Right now, I'm playing this fellow's July 24 interview of FreeDominion proprietor EntropySquared, on air.

Let's keep a national and international spotlight on the Human Rights Commission's mandate and methods. The more people know about this organization, the more people flout its secrecy, the harder it will become for it to intimidate Canadians.

Belmont Club:
Blasphemy, national dignity, hate speech, fairness, cultural insensitivity. They are all invoked to justify actions which are synonyms for the un-word. Censorship. Censorship of course, is a dirty old word traditionally been associated with Fascists and the perverted monks depicted in Sergei Eisenstein's closeups. Today it travels under different colors: those of progressivism.
Gates of Vienna:
The latest instance of this progressive trend (Ed: censorship) concerns the Free Dominion forum. It seems that the Powers That Be (Canadian Chapter) have discovered that Free Dominion has been posting doubleplus ungood thoughts, and must now be “investigated”...

1 Comment:

Elaine said...

Now there is a protest I could get into. If they do have a star chamber proceeding, we could all attend and protest.

We could make big signs meant to offend the easily offended, such as "fuck off you fucking commie cocksuckers"

Yeah I would go to jail for freedom of speech. I need a vacation anyway.