And a big fuck you to the Canadian Human Rights assholes, you know who you are!!!

"TORONTO, June 26 /CNW/ - Maclean's magazine is pleased that the Canadian
Human Rights Commission has dismissed the complaint brought against it by the
Canadian Islamic Congress. The decision is in keeping with our long-standing
position that the article in question, "The Future Belongs to Islam," an
excerpt from Mark Steyn's best-selling book America Alone, was a worthy piece
of commentary on important geopolitical issues, entirely within the bounds of
normal journalistic practice."

Yep maybe someday soon Freedom of Speech will come back to Canada,
but we now have some hope I guess.
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4 Comments

  1. Hmm… the Supreme Court gets the Heller decision right and a Canadian Human Rights Commission actually dismisses a complaint. Are there two other horsemen on the loose for whom we should be keeping vigilant watch?

  2. Um yeah next thing would be that we will see the Palestinians renounce terrorism and murder and become peaceful people and the people in Berkeley not only shower but they learn how to use logic and have a rational debate without throwing feces at people.

    Maybe Obama really is the Messiah and the end is truly near!!!

  3. Of course, the BC Human Rights Commission is still deliberating the complaint by the sockpuppets. I think Steyn wants to lose so that it can go to the Supreme Court with the goal of destroying the Human Rights Commissions across Canada.

  4. They might be worried about that and not want to push it, we will see I guess.


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