Its almost like law is only applied to some people, and not others, in a pretty consistent way. 6 feet circles for some, tent cities for others.
Rocco Galati recently discussed the upcoming lawsuit against members of the Canadian Government, the CBC, as well as the topic of mandatory masking. Galati is a constitutional lawyer in Ontario and has been practising law for 31 years, he began his career with the federal department of justice.
During a July 17 interview with Amanda Forbes he said he has filed a constitutional challenge in the Ontario Superior Court on behalf of his clients seeking declatory and injunctive relief against Covid19 measures.
Galati said that both the federal as well as provincial governments have “effectively dispensed with parliament and are ruling by royal decree as it were which is unconstitutional.” He is especially concerned about Ontario’s Bill 195 in which the government can implement executive orders on an ongoing basis with the extension of emergency measures possible for years to come. Galati said this is “unheard of.”
In our opinion, this is an indicator of a serious problem with the state of democracy in Ontario. The Freedom of Information Request, denied for a government business, is serious.
Direct link: https://d.tube/v/vladtepesblog/QmU4ygcJdWsrTUoiFuvoRFWzJoWSoK5G4R15CdmgBVDq1q
This should give life-long Conservative voters a sense of how the party has shifted to just another narrative party, Liberal Lite in most ways, afraid to deal with reality, or worse, controlled by the same forces the Liberal party clearly is.
— The Rebel (@RebelNewsOnline) July 11, 2019
It is established that Twitter has agreed to conform to Pakistani blasphemy laws.
It is stunning that at a free speech event, RT is banned but the CBC and BBC are not although the reasons for banning RT (presumably) apply more to the CBC and BBC.
The Rebel managed to attend but they clearly attempted to stop Ezra from asking the only question that mattered. This was a stage managed event and no dissent was to be permitted, and the Pakistani censors must not be challenged.
This is a truly outstanding moment by The Rebel’s Ezra Levant, equalled perhaps only by his appearance as a defendant at the disgraceful Canadian ‘Human Rights Commissions’.
Freedom of speech is dying all over the world and the UK appears to be the vanguard of the new totalitarian push against freedom of speech.
The whole session: