Why yours, of course, Lynchie. And yer gettin’ a downright atomic wedgie by the danged thing, too.
For those of you who haven’t heard yet, constitutional law expert Richard Moon has finished his little PR stunt that CHRC uber-dachte-Polizistin Jennifer Lynch had commissioned for him and well… you remember how funny it always was when one of Wile E.’s contraptions went haywire on him and blew up in his kisser? Yeah, it was kind of like that.
The reason it’s so damned funny is because the whole purpose of this farce in the first place was that Lynch and her fellow operatives over at the Ministry Of Love were desperately scrambling, in the light of bad publicity (i.e., John and Sally Canuck were being told all about what kind of abuses these bastards have been getting away with for years now), to put on a nice little dog and pony show that would show everyone that they weren’t really conniving, totalitarian thought-nazis trolling the internet and drumming up their own business. So they enlisted Moon to make a pretty report that would say that they were doing very important work by policing so-called “hate messages” (Leftbot Codespeak for “politically incorrect ideas”) on the internet.
So Moon came out with his report today. His conclusion: HRCs should get the fudge out of the business of policing hate messages…
An independent report recommends stripping the Canadian Human Rights Commission of its authority to police hate messages on the Internet.
Moon says the commission should get out of the business of policing hate messages, which should be dealt with strictly under the Criminal Code.
But… but… but… If the HRCs aren’t chasing down all those nasty Badthinkersâ„¢, who’s gonna prosecute all those Stalag 13 Section 13 cases that keep little Dickie’s bills paid? Who’s gonna take care of all that important stuff, huh??
Not to worry, little children, Mr. Moon — the guy that Lynch hand-picked to whitewash her dirty laundry — has that one covered too:
The report by constitutional law expert Richard Moon says Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act should be repealed.
The controversial section prohibits telephone or Internet communications that are deemed likely to expose the members of an identifiable group to hatred or contempt.
Iâ€™m surprised, because Moon was hand-picked by Jennifer Lynch, the Canadian Human Rights Commissionâ€™s chief commissar, and was paid more than $50,000 by her for his 42-page report (nice work, if you can get it.)
Welcome to the club, buddy. Like all good little tyrants with a well-developed sense of self-preservation (and a powerful liplock on the taxpayer teat), Lynch is already trying to toss Moon under the bus and wailing for a mulligan: She’s announcing “further reviews.” Of course she is…
“The debate on how to ensure that Canadians are protected against hate, while preserving freedom of expression, demanded fresh thinking. We commissioned the Moon report as an important step in our analysis,” CHRC Chief Commissioner Jennifer Lynch, Q.C. said upon releasing the report. “Professor Moon has now provided us with an excellent and thoughtful report. Today, I am pleased to share his findings and invite comments on the report’s conclusions, in order to further our review process.”
And to think… this lovely house of cards all came crashing down because of some sock puppets, and a self-aggrandizing bugger with a full deck of Victim CardsÂ® who thinks any Israeli over 18 is a fair target for murder. Talk about shooting yourself in the foot…
Funny how things work out, eh? And just what does the Grand Sock Puppeteer have to say lately? Well, some highlights…
- “The first point that I did learn from this exercise is that Islamophobia is alive and well in Canada, in the media and also in politics,” he said. “In all of this, we’ve been victimized.”
- [about those puppets] Prof. Elmasry said both those men, in their numerous public and media appearances, were always acting “upon my instruction.”
- Prof. Elmasry said Canadian law is deficient because it lacks the concept of “group defamation,” which would “make it easier” for tribunals to uphold complaints such as his.
- “If somebody makes a joke that you’re white, who cares?” he said.
Hell, even the friggin’ Mop & Pail is jumping the hell off this boat:
Allowing a human-rights commission to police the country’s newspapers and magazines for their coverage of religious or other minorities is a terrible idea, yet that is the law, though most Canadians may not realize it. Now, an independent report requested by the Canadian Human Rights Commission recommends a repeal of the section on hate speech in the Canadian Human Rights Act. The report is a much-needed blast of common sense.