Doug Christie Appears before the Supreme Court of Canada in the Malcolm Ross Case
Nov 1 1995
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Doug Christie Memorial Video Archive Shows
#1: Doug Christie Debates Human Rights Hack on the Cherington TV show June 1984
Douglas Christie, The battling barrister and freedom of speech advocate demolishes the head of the Ontario "Human Rights" Commission, Dr Bhausaheb Ubale on the issue of Freedom of Speech and out of control "human rights" which are being used to silence critics and enforce their "guilty until proven innocent" mantra which forces Canadians to fight against the overwhelming power of the state to apply your rights to freedom.
Direct link to video: http://youtu.be/7jkrYDHxFNY
#2: Doug Christie on Webster TV show (Debate on Freedom of Speech & Zundel hearings)
A spirited debate between Douglas Christie, a lawyer dedicated to freedom of speech and TV personality Jack Webster. This is part of the Doug Christie Memorial Video Archive
Direct link to video: http://youtu.be/L53jLyY1JtU
#3: Doug Christie Speaks about Freedom & Zundel Appeal - Jan 25, 1986
Doug Christie Speaks about Zundel Appeal and freedom of speech in the Canadian Court system. This speech was given on Jan 25 1986e
Direct link to video: http://youtu.be/tyxgNw-rTwI
#4: Doug Christie Speaks at Open Space in Victoria, BC
Nov 14 1985
Doug Christie Speaks about freedom and Canadian censorship at "Open Space", Victoria BC on Nov 14 1985. With an introduction by David McCalden.
Direct link to video: http://youtu.be/Xomxyhgq9jE
#5: Doug Christie Appears before the Supreme Court of Canada in the Malcolm Ross Case - Nov 1 1995
[Nov 1 1995] Doug Christie Appears before the Supreme Court of Canada in the Malcolm Ross Case (representing freedom of speech and religion). Malcolm Ross was a teacher in New Brunswick, but was dismissed from his position after the fanatical Human Rights Commission claimed he created a "poisoned environment" in the school due to his Christian beliefs, which he never taught in the classroom. Doug Christie makes an impassioned plea for freedom of speech and freedom of religion, only to be constantly interrupted by activist Judges, who can hardly conceal their contempt for freedom and religion.
Direct link to video: http://youtu.be/um-0RWqu4JE