Catholic Priest faces criminal charges for sign mentioning free speech near an abortion facility

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This vigil for the 40 Days for Life was Sunday evening, September 22, 2019 at Bank & Queen streets, Ottawa.

This article from the Ottawa Citizen gives some details about the priest pictured in the video, and how he is charged with a criminal offence for being within the bubble zone delineated by the signs you see in the video, (and below) with a sign on freedom of speech.

Pro and Anti Brexit protest video

I have NOT seen this all yet, but it seems like it will be interesting. Might be worth the investment. I do like how the crowd calls out the police for selective enforcement, not arresting the Remain protestors for EXACTLY the same things they frequently arrest the Brexiteers for, and they call the police out loudly and justly. If the police are not enforcing the law impartially, then they are an instrument of state policy and therefore they have no authority with the public except force and fear.

 

PayPal closes account of neo-Nazi group with ties to Assad, Hezbollah, and anti-Israel boycotts

Homeland Security Newswire:

PayPal, the U.S.-headquartered digital payments company, has shut the account of The Third Way, a German neo-Nazi party with links to Iranian-backed Hezbollah, the Syrian regime, and the anti-Israel boycott movement. The group’s PayPal page, where the account is listed, also encourages support for Holocaust deniers.

PayPal, the U.S.-headquartered digital payments company, has shut the account of The Third Way, a German neo-Nazi party with links to Iranian-backed Hezbollah, the Syrian regime, and the anti-Israel boycott movement, Benjamin Weinthal reported in The Jerusalem Post on Monday.

The donation section on The Third Way website states: “This recipient is currently unable to receive money.” The group’s PayPal page, where the account is listed, encourages support for a convicted Holocaust denier, saying, “Freedom for Horst Mahler: Political Prisoner of the Federal Republic of Germany.”

The intelligence agency in the German state of Baden Württemberg said in 2018 that propaganda campaigns from the Third Way calling to boycott Israeli products mirror “similar measures against German Jews by the National Socialists.”

[H/T ML]

 

 

A two article snapshot of the dominance of postmodern control of Canadian culture and politics

A few hours later:

The article continues:

In a statement dated Sunday, he said the request came from the “straight community.” Justin Fudge, a member of the village’s LGBTQ community, said he’s not impressed.
“For the village to show it’s support with the pride flag raising this summer, this is a bit of a slap in the face for our community,” he said. “It definitely offers some setbacks, for sure, in awareness and acceptance.”

Norma Myshrall said she travels to Chipman each day from Cumberland Bay to visit her favourite coffee shop and said raising the flag has hurt some people and, because of that, she thinks it’s a shame.

“With so many people hurt maybe [the village] should apologize and take it down,” Myshrall said. “When they talked about the flag, they never thought it would affect people.”
Atkinson said Monday he’s had to block angry callers. He said people don’t understand the reason behind the decision to approve the flag was to showcase Chipman as an inclusive community.

In his statement Sunday, he said allowing the flag to fly was “to celebrate the many elements in our community which bring us together.”
Similar “straight pride” events and declarations have been derided and mocked elsewhere.
In the latest to grab headlines, Ted Hickman, the vice mayor of Dixon. Calif., published a column this summer in his local paper that called for July to be declared “Straight Pride American Month.” It was met with calls for his resignation.

In April, a “straight pride” pin badge – in the shape and design resembling a rainbow flag, but featuring only shades of grey – was pulled from Amazon after commenters filled the page with angry reviews, according to Newsweek.

In the mayor’s statement, also posted on the village’s Facebook page, the mayor said the flag “meets the criteria of our village council in that it recognizes, accepts and respects the rights of individuals under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.”

It concludes: “Whatever your personal persuasions, political or religious views, or country of origin, we welcome you in our community and ask for your volunteer efforts to help make Chipman a more open dynamic and attractive community for all citizens.”
More to come…