Monday, November 10, 2008

What. Unspeakable. Gall.

Via Blazing Cat Fur:

"Tomorrow, the CHRC [Canadian Human Rights Commission] plans to lay a wreath during the National Remembrance Day Ceremony in Ottawa.

"According to their press release, the wreath is intended to:

'commemorate the 60th anniversary of the United Nations'Universal Declaration of Human Rights.'

"Funny, most ordinary Canadians see Remembrance Day as a chance to honor those who fought to preserve our freedoms -- not to commemorate a meaningless scrap of paper issued by a private club for dictators.

"The CHRC's publicity stunt is especially galling considering how many Canadian citizens are now under life-time speech bans imposed by these 'human rights' tribunals, merely for exercising their God-given (not UN given) rights of free speech, assembly and worship."


Weasels. Slime. Parasites.

BCF includes links for all Canadians (hell, anyone who still cares about veterans, their sacrifices, and free speech) to let Members of Parliament know how they feel about this travesty. Please add your voice.


Anonymous said...

Ezra Levant's already all over this.

Eowyn said...

Yes, I know ...

And I never cease to be amazed that so much ... dare I say it? Democratic discussion? ... goes on in plain sight, but under the radar. Via the blogosphere, that is.

Well, we shall see what we shall see. And, believe me, we SHALL see. (Thanks to you, and me, and the rest of the blogosphere.)