Canada Moves to Ban Christians From Demonstrating in Public Under New “Anti-Hate” Proposal

Geller Report: Dark times in Canada. “Anti-hate” – who decides what’s good and what’s forbidden? Terror tied groups like CAIR? Freedom of speech is the foundation of a free society. Without it, a tyrant can wreak havoc unopposed, while his opponents are silenced.

Putting up with being offended is essential in a pluralistic society in which people differ on basic truths. If a group will not bear being offended without resorting to violence, that group will rule unopposed while everyone else lives in fear, while other groups curtail their activities to appease the violent group. This results in the violent group being able to tyrannize the others.

Islamic law forbids criticism of Islam, Quran, Muhammad. If they cannot be criticized, we are in effect accepting Islamic law as overriding the freedom of speech. This would establish Muslims as a protected class and prevent honest discussion of how Islamic jihadists use the texts and teachings of Islam to justify violence and supremacism.

The concept of Islamophobia has two meanings. Few ever make any distinction between them. One is the brutalization of innocent Muslims, which is never justified. The problem is that the label is also used to refer to analysis of how Islamic texts and teachings incite to violence.

Any criticism of jihad terror that examines its ideological roots in Islam is called Islamophobia, The word is used to intimidate people into thinking there is something wrong with opposing jihad terror. This deforms our response to terrorism by placing off-limits any examination of its guiding ideology, and effectively enforces Sharia blasphemy laws in the US by placing Islam, Quran, Muhammad beyond criticism.

If speech that offends a group is outlawed, that group has absolute power, and a free society is destroyed. A group that cannot be criticized cannot be opposed. It can work its will no matter what it is, and no one will be able to say anything to stop it.

Inoffensive speech needs no protection. The First Amendment was developed precisely in order to protect speech that was offensive to some, in order to prevent those who had power from claiming they were offended by speech opposing them and silencing the powerless.

A free society is by its nature one in which people put up with others being uncivil and offensive. The alternative is a quiet authoritarian society in which only one opinion is allowed and the others are silenced, and ultimately sent to the camps.

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34 Comments on Canada Moves to Ban Christians From Demonstrating in Public Under New “Anti-Hate” Proposal

  1. Guess I won’t be visiting Canada in the near future.

    Too bad, because I thought about going over the Soo Locks to drive the beautiful North shore of Lake Superior. The Locks are not too far from my aunt’s house in the UP, so my sister and I were thinking of the trip when we go to visit her this summer.

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  2. “…criminalize public displays by Christians deemed hateful to Muslims, the LGBT community and other victim groups designated by the left…”

    This would come in handy for abortion providers, too. I believe, despite Pamela’s focus on islam, that the protection of abortionists will be the practical result of this law. No doubt the abortophiles have seen what active and engaged Christians are doing here, and it scares the shit out of them.

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  3. Don’t worry, Justin is going to lose big time in October. From what I gather, even the people who liked him are tired of him.

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  4. Sounds like the prissy “Little Fidel” has been brainstorming again. A clumsy effort to redirect some of the heat he’s been under?

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  5. “As Canada becomes more restrictive toward Christianity, they open their arms for the LGBT agenda and Islam to take a foothold in their culture.”

    Um, wut? How can that possibly work???

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  6. Yer 2019 Ramadan Bombathon Update:
    Indiscriminate Terror Attacks in the Name of iSlam:
    Deadly Attacks: 75
    Kills: 348
    Aaaaaaaaannd that’s just for the first two weeks!

    All Other Religions Combined: 0
    Whut’s that tell you?

    More on Muzloid “Misunderstandings”:
    They Hate Jews
    They Hate Christians
    They Hate Atheists
    They Hate Gays
    They Hate dogs
    They Hate bacon
    They Hate wine
    They Hate beer
    They Hate booze
    They Hate Western Civilization
    They Hate Western traditions
    They all Western countries
    They Hate Westerners…
    Then they complain about “Islamophobia”!

    Wize up Canucks! Yer headed down a dead end street in civilization the way yer going!

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  7. Claudia, south shores nice also. Grand Marais is a great little burb with a beautiful view. Then there is Munising, Marquette and Copper Harbor. Then coming down the west side there is the Houghton/Hancock area with the old copper mining history. Then on to Ontonogin and the Porcupine Mountain area. Would suggest the book “A guide to 199 Michigan Waterfalls by Laurie Penrose” as they are all found mostly on the west side. Some are just small streams falling over a couple rocks but many are quite spectacular. You won’t be disappointed taking that route and the gas is cheaper. P.S. Don’t forget picture rocks national park and a walk on the shoreline there. Also the many lighthouses and some old shipwrecks.

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  8. I despair for the country and despise the communist product of Castro and Trudeau’s whore mother Margaret. The only word she knows is “Fuck”.

    Too many people in the country took the hippie 1960’s thing way too seriously.

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  9. I do love my country. Yet the way the libs control speech self defence and pay off the media disgusts me.(my home was robbed by a heroin addict that i know. called police pointed out who it was. nothing.The thief is from a protected class. So i said. I will find him bring him to you .police said if you do we will jail you.I am strongly considering moving to the land of the free.

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  10. Huron, I’ll welcome you here in a heartbeat but I, and I’m sure you as well, hope your like minded country men and women take your country back to sanity. I at one time enjoyed visiting your neck of the woods. Last time there I couldn’t believe the change in the area. (Last went there in early 80’s. Just returned last year)

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  11. Different Tim, been to all those places, many times. Love the Porcupine Mountain State Park, Pictured Rocks and Copper Harbor. Took my Jeep to the end (almost) of the Keweenaw Peninsula. That’s where hwy 41 starts (and ends in Miami, Florida). Beautiful!

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  12. @Huron

    I hear you. I was born there and reading what it is like now is killing me. It used to be so conservative socially, if not always politically.

    Let’s face reality: America is the last stand for freedom. It’s given only lip service elsewhere.

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  13. Different Tim the city(small city 75000)is plagued with meth and heroin.The politicians opened a methadone clinic at the end of my street.PURE HELL.Ihave literally used a garden hose and my dog to get a tweaker off my truck.(she opened the tailgate sat there an screamed at the trees)there are many clinics in this small city.none near a city leaders home.One was to open in their neibour hood it was cancelled due to out rage.We complained in out neibourhod. we got an f.u. I lived in a middle class area.I locked up the house and moved to the area i am in now.

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  14. Huron, it sounds like you have conservative god loving values. You’re obviously the problem.😉

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  15. Claudia, used to motorcycle up to Copper Harbor every year back in the 90’s. Brockway Mountain Drive was my favorite racetrack.😉 On a clear day you could make sight of Isle Royale. Always wanted to camp out there but never made it. Someday.

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  16. Different tim.It is sad we are losing God and Family. The education system is run by government.You must get cbc news if you have an aerial for tv.

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  17. Different Tim, the first time I drove that, I was impressed by the stunted trees and that lookout. It was a clear day, but I don’t remember if I saw the island (which I’ve never been to). But I can imagine you using that drive as a racetrack! Fun.

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  18. Different Tim. I restore vintage bikes as a hobby.(Post script) I did the six days of Michigan in 87 on a Honda XL 600 big fun wrong bike!

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  19. Huron, only wrong bike is the one that doesn’t bring you home. Scary, white knuckle inducing and uncomfortable is another story. I’ve had all three. Luckily the bikes have become better over the years while I’ve gone the other direction.

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  20. Claudia, you may not have seen it. Has to be stellar conditions. Been there probably 20 times and only saw once.

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  21. Claudia.I have done the lighthouse tour on a bike good time.I have been to hell and back in Michigan on my bike also got a tee shirt.

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  22. Be thankful to God we have Donald J. Trump as POTUS or that frigging “equality act” would be signed into law and this would eventually happen here.

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  23. Huron,

    I get CBC news from their website. The network supports every foul thing that comes down the Pike. I read it for local new for the various cities and weather. I track weather especially in the western provinces as a way to check climate change.

    One of my fond memories is camping at Pinery Provincial Park right on Lake Huron in the early 1960’s, near Grand Bend. Are you near there?

    I still remember around there posters for Ronnie Hawkins and the Hawks, with members in the group who eventually became the band. Hawkins and Levon Helm came up from one of the Southern states to tour around that area for many years.

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  24. Tim Buktu. I live on Lake Huron Saint Clair river area Point Edward. About fourty five minutes from the Pinery. Half way between my place and the pinery is highland glen great for surfing(don.t tell anyone our secret)then there is port franks great sand dunes. used to dirt bike there. Nothing like silver lake michigan that place rocked haven’t been in years but i still have my silver lake dune flag.

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  25. Tim buktu The band played here often. The Hawk aslo. He moved to toronto(cough)years ago.RIP.Levon.

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  26. @huron

    I remember Port Franks. My brother was an army cadet and spent the summer of 1959 at the Ipperwash cadet camp. I’ve read that the camp is now gone, and the Indian people / First Nations closed down Ipperwash Provincial park which had a pretty good beach. Such great memories of clean beaches and fresh, warm water.

    Ah…memories,

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  27. Tim Buktu/Huron, almost 40yrs ago a bunch of us Yankees drove our 4WD’s over to Ipperwash to do some sand running as you could take your vehicle’s on the beach there. While driving some trails heading to the water we were stopped by a couple of Canadian Military members in a jeep. (Were still driving jeeps back then) They informed us that we were driving in a artillery range and there could be unexploded shells where we were. They escorted us out telling us to follow in there tracks. They were very cordial about it and took us right down to the beach. Different times back then.

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  28. @Different Tim

    That area of southern Ontario always got a lot of campers and visitors from Michigan, as I recall. The adjacent areas of Michigan are pretty nice also, except for the cancerous growth called Detroit.

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