From an article on the CBC website one can see they do not like the Republican party much. Fair enough news organizations pick sides all the time, and sometimes for excellent reasons and sometimes for less excellent ones. But CBC’s Heather Mallick goes past Partizanship, itself questionable as the CBC is Canadian and its rather unneighborly to speak this harshly about your best friend’s politics and population, or at least the one half you don’t like, this goes to raw, illegal in Canada as we see daily from the various CHRC’s, hate speech. Raw, simple hate.
Let’s play a now common thought experiement out. Take away republican and say, oh African Americans Jews or Muslims and see how long this post lasts before its taken down, widely condemned by all sides and the author arrested.
Let’s pull a paragraph oh, almost at random and see how it plays out…
“It’s possible that Republican men, sexual inadequates that they are, really believe that women will vote for a woman just because she’s a woman. They’re unfamiliar with our true natures. Do they think vaginas call out to each other in the jungle night? I mean, I know men have their secret meetings at which they pledge to do manly things, like being irresponsible with their semen and postponing household repairs with glue and used matches. Guys will be guys, obviously.”
So, instead of Republican men lets put in any protected or in fashion group shall we? Try black women for fun. OK it doesn’t work perfectly but you get the idea. This kind of hyperbole published against any other group in Canada would be illegal.
Now of course I do not think it should be. My issue here is not the content so much as the fact that its published on the CBC website which is the official Canadian Government broadcasting company. One which has been taken over by leftist partisan forces, unions nad special interest none of which represent the typical Canadian working person.
The second one has to do with specifically why i believe in freedom of speech.
I am not aware of any example in history where laws which restrict freedom of speech have not been enforced selectively. Specifically When a government decides what it is and is not alright to express it never follows the intent no matter how noble it was meant at the time. Even the Germans had laws governing what one could say about groups before Hitler used them to his particular advantage. It always gets enforced based on the agenda of those who have access to the machinery of power. We see it in the Canadian Human Rights Commissions and their flagrant assault on conservatives, Christians and anyone not seen as a privileged group
Meanwhile, Muslims preach death to jews and infidels, preach forced servitude to women, violate the letter and spirit of Canada’s hate laws often five times a day in mosques. The HRC’s have never filed a charge agianst them and the CBC’s reaction? Make an awful weekly TV show called ‘Little Mosque on the Prairie’ intended to make all who object to the Islamification of Canada seem weak stupid racist toothless idiots.
If hate speech laws worked then we could solve all problems with a strike of the pen in Parliament. But as they not only do not work but usually turn viciously on all who are not a favored group I say the CBC should be charged with a hate crime for this piece of brown journalism (like yellow journalism but comes from the back end of the writer) or we should abandon these laws for the feel good dangerous nonsense they are.
That and of course Canada’s National Broadcasting corporation has no business writing foreign policy and it could be mistaken for such as it is Canada’s official mouthpiece.