Canadian “Human Rights” Commission finds promotion of “Hate” by RC
CHRC proceeds only against White working-class victims
On August 14th, 2006, the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC) found that there was no problem with officers from the Royal Canadian
Some of the hate messaging by RC
- "curb-stomping Whities," slapping women and shaking babies.”
- “The RC
MP is always chasing me/Cause I’m a smelly fucking native and I can’t even see”,
- “The RC
MP's always chassing me, cause I stole six cases of Mr. Clean. The RC MP's always chasing me / because I stink”
This decision comes on a heels of a August 10th, 2006, ruling by the Canadian Human Rights Commission to allow officers from the Edmonton Police to post hate messages on the Stormfront.Org website. Included in those posts by an Edmonton Police Officer were: “how can u hold the little redskin responsible he's only an animal...” and “With any luck they will end up like the nogs in the states who predominantly kuill each other.”
The Canadian “Human Rights” Commission never bothered to conduct a proper investigation or even contact the RC
Acting like typical anti-freedom dictators,
The real reason the CHRC doesn't’ want to accept my complaint is because they are only interested in persecuting working-class whites with limited or no means of being able to defend themselves. .
Of the 30 or more cases involving infractions of Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act (hate messaging) every single one of them involves a respondent that is: White, working-class, and with no means to properly defend themselves. Starting with John Ross Taylor, Tony
The Canadian Human Rights Commission is not impartial. Instead, it is motivated by an anti-
What is the Canadian "Human Rights" Tribunal?
The Canadian "Human Rights" Tribunal at previous hearings has ruled:
-Truth is no defence
-Intent is no defence
-Fair comment is no defence
In fact there are ZERO defences available!
-Any evidence is allowed (hearsay, double hearsay)
-It does not need to show any proof of actual harm caused by the things that have generated complaints.
-The standard of proof is very low and is based on a “balance of probabilities,” not “beyond a reasonable doubt” as is in a criminal cases.
The Canadian "Human Rights" Tribunal can:
- Issue a Cease and Desist (C&D) order:
An order that is enforceable by the Federal Court of Canada. The C&D order can be very broad and literally silence the person against whom it was issued. If disobeyed, the individual can face up to FIVE years in Prison (Federal court Rules – Rule 472) [John Ross Taylor spent one year in jail
- Assess fines and award “special compensation” to the complainant:
-Fines: Can award up to $10,000 in penalties [Sec 53(3)]
-“Special Compensation”: Up to $20,000 to compensate "victim" [Sec 60(f)]
-Up to $20,000 for “willful or reckless discrimination” [Sec 60(g)]
-All fines have outrageous interest rates applied if not paid immediately
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