Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Ezra Levant and the non-human rights commission

All he wanted to do was to explain what all the hullabaloo was all about. When Ezra Levant decided to publish the controversial cartoons that were causing the big ruckus in Denmark, he was just letting his readers know that they weren't THAT BAD! After all, Christians get slammed in the media all of the time...in comedies, in police shows like Law and Order, and in print. So, a few harmless and somewhat humorous cartoons were NO BIG DEAL.

Apparently, a zealous Muslim in Alberta thought otherwise:


After the police decided not to arrest Ezra (go figure!) the human rights commission got involved. Ezra is left to fight this fight alone - except that now he's not alone. He has a blog! He has access to You-Tube. And finally, people are standing up and taking notice.

Read the above post, then explore through Ezra's website to get an idea of what is happening right here at home. This is not some third-world country with a list of human-rights violations. This, folks, is Canada, our home and native land. And in this land there's a price to pay for not being politically correct.

Here's what you can do about it: http://ezralevant.com/2008/01/what-can-be-done.html

The worst thing you can do is nothing. For that is what happened in Nazi Germany. Good people stood idly by as the Jews were arrested and sent to concentration camps.

God deliver us from complacency!

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