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    Canadian Man Criticizes Homosexuality — Now He Faces Two Years in Prison

    The Federalist:
    Last week a nationwide criminal arrest warrant was put out on a 51-year-old Canadian named Bill Whatcott. Whatcott was in the Canadian oil sands at the time, driving a bus to support his family. It was a rough job — temporary work in remote, far-north Canada — but the only employment he could find just then to support his family of four.
    Whatcott was wanted in Toronto to be charged with “Wilful [sic] Promotion of Hatred against an identifiable group, namely the gay community.” The basis for this charge? In 2016 Whatcott had distributed “safe sex” pamphlets at a gay pride parade.
    These pamphlets stated homosexuality is associated with sexually transmitted diseases, including HPV of the rectum, which the U.S. Centers for Disease Control says is true. The pamphlets also made negative comments about the Liberal party, and stated accusations and facts about several left-wing politicians accused or convicted of various sexual crimes.
    For instance, the pamphlets noted that Toronto’s former deputy education minister, who pled guilty to making and distributing child pornography in 2015, had a hand in designing Ontario’s “perverted sex education curriculum.”
    … The pamphlets also included Christian statements indicating that unrepentant support for homosexual acts will lead to “eternal peril” but repentance to “the free gift of eternal life.” The pamphlets were illustrated with graphic medical photos similar to those sometimes required on cigarette labels, which are, of course, shocking. They did not call on anyone to hate homosexuals, or advocate violence, or claim that all homosexuals are pedophiles.
    So after what was essentially an all points bulletin (APB) was issued for him, Whatcott drove south and surrendered himself to police in Calgary (video of protest at scene of arrest below). He didn’t even know why he was wanted, by the way. Authorities were looking for him in three provinces, which, as he put it, is what happens when you’ve committed “robbery or murder.” He was shocked when a lawyer friend told him the issue was his parade activism.


    Yet the story gets even worse. Whatcott says he was singled out for abuse and denied food and medical treatment. As CBN News reports:
    Since his arrest, Whatcott says he has been fired from his job and has been sharing his story on Facebook. He says while in jail, he was at times, denied food and medication for an eye infection.
    “I think with the refusal of medications I think there is some direct responsibility with the Remand nurse,” Whatcott says in a Facebook Live video. “So I did go to the Calgary Remand Centre in the evening of Saturday and she could've got my eye drops, they came with me. She just simply refused.”
    “She just said I'm not giving you any tonight. It was like you just go to your cell and forget it,” said Whatcott.
    He added, “There was a police officer that took me to the hospital in the wee hours of I think it was Friday night to Saturday morning. That guy was quite abusive. I told him I had an eye infection. He said ‘oh well you've got lots of infections. They got an STD clinic where we can get you cleaned up.’ Just a very ignorant and unfounded comment. And that was his attitude as well at the hospital, just sort of abusive, telling the staff in the emergency that I was a hate criminal” [interview with Whatcott below].



    This is what happens when we allow the creation of “hate-crime” law, which as I explained Sunday shouldn’t exist: You can be labeled a “hate criminal” (are there “love criminals,” too?) merely for having unfashionable opinions.
    Moreover, how long before “hate criminals” are found hanging in their jail cells, having committed, you know, (assisted) “suicide”?
    Whatcott has long been on the thought police’s radar screen. Illustrating how the sexual devolutionaries use the courts to squelch freedom of speech, Canadian homosexual-activist attorney Douglas Elliott brought a $104 million, 2016 civil class-action case against Whatcott and anyone else who might have helped him create or distribute his “safe sex” pamphlets. Note that if “you killed someone, normally the civil penalty is [only] $1 million,” Whatcott told columnist Arthur Schaper. Thankfully, Elliott’s case failed last year.
    In addition, the far-left National Post reported in 2015 that in “2013, the Supreme Court of Canada partially upheld the Saskatchewan Human Rights Code; the province had attempted to fine Mr. Whatcott $17,500, to be paid to four complainants. The court struck down part of the code, but upheld much else — essentially legitimizing much of the human rights code that restricts hate speech in Canada.”
    And Christians have been delegitimized to the point where Whatcott actually left his native country in 2015 to try to make a life for himself and his family in the Philippines, before later returning to Canada.
    Hate-speech law prevails in virtually the entire Western world and has claimed many victims. For example, Canadians Hugh Owens and Mark Harding were both punished years ago for criticizing, respectively, homosexuality and Islam. And even the famous, such as journalists Mark Steyn and Ezra Levant, have had Canadian hate-speech complaints filed against them.

    As for Whatcott, he might be better off if he really were a “hater.” Consider the recent case of a Yazidi refugee in Canada who saw on an Ontario bus the Islamic State slave-market boss who’d owned and abused her for months. When she informed a government official that this monster was also enjoying refugee status in Canada, she was instructed, “Don’t tell anyone.”

    More at: https://www.thenewamerican.com/world...ears-in-prison
    Last edited by Swordsmyth; 07-03-2018 at 06:03 PM.
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    In The New Canada. You cant do the following.

    1.Criticize Islam you will be either fined,jailed for alleged racism. Or possble lose of job.
    2.Criticize LGBTQ.

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    Here is your cock meat sandwich!

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    There’s no such thing as “free” speech in Canada. If Christians want to express themselves, it’ll cost them. And the going rate isn’t cheap. According to the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal, the price tag for agreeing with the Bible—and biology—on gender is a whopping 55,000 Canadian dollars.
    Bill Whatcott’s crime wasn’t being a Christian. It was refusing to hide it. When a biological man ran as a woman in a Vancouver-False Creek election, Whatcott started a campaign to expose the transgender agenda. Leading up to the vote, he printed 1,500 flyers about the harms of Morgane Oger’s lifestyle, complete with Scripture references and pictures. Although it wasn’t necessarily artful, it wasn’t legitimately “hateful” either.
    Oger disagreed, filing a complaint that his human rights had been violated. Whatcott countered, insisting that what he wrote “was an act of religious expression.”
    As he told his supporters on Facebook, “I am on trial today for properly gendering an NDP political candidate who thinks he’s a woman but was indeed born a biological male.” He said he sees it as his “duty” to “stand for the truth, to stand against coercion and trying to force us to use the pronouns that are fake, to call men ‘women,’ and to call women ‘men.'”
    The three-person tribunal ultimately sided with Oger, ordering Whatcott to fork over $35,000 in compensation to Oger, along with a $20,000 fine for “improper conduct” during the proceedings.
    John Carpay, president of the Justice Center for Constitutional Freedom, defended Whatcott by arguing that, “The Supreme Court of Canada has long held that freedom of expression is the lifeblood of democracy.” But not when it crosses the lines of transgender activism, The Stream’s Michael Brown points out from America. “Freedom halts there.”
    If you think this kind of punishment is far-fetched here at home, think again. In December, a Virginia high school teacher was fired over a pronoun. Universities are rewriting their language rules, father-daughter dances are being cancelled, and student senators are losing their political backing—all because the extreme Left agrees with Canada that there should be no freedom when it comes to the LGBT agenda.
    The House’s liberal majority is so convinced that it wants to nationalize sentences like Whatcott’s. Under the Democrats’ Equality Act, we might as well take a match to the First Amendment, because conservative opinions won’t just be frowned on—they’ll be punished. That goes for education, small and big business, sports, charities, privacy, and so much more.
    Whatcott’s case is horrifying, but it’s exactly where America is headed if we continue down this path.


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    Never attempt to teach a pig to sing; it wastes your time and annoys the pig.

    Robert Heinlein

    Give a man an inch and right away he thinks he's a ruler

    Groucho Marx

    I love mankind…it’s people I can’t stand.

    Linus, from the Peanuts comic

    You cannot have liberty without morality and morality without faith

    Alexis de Torqueville

    Those who fail to learn from the past are condemned to repeat it.
    Those who learn from the past are condemned to watch everybody else repeat it

    A Zero Hedge comment

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    OK, funny, but true story. A fellow pilot "jaywalked" in Calgary on a layover and was caught by the popo (yes, taxpayers' money is spent paying them for this important duty) and cited. Ticket issued. Fine imposed. He blew it off, being so ridiculous.

    A year later he found himself again on duty flying to Canada. Guess what, the Canadians did not think it was a joke, he was registered (kinda like a sex offender) in their system as a dangerous jaywalker who did not respect the Queens' rules for how one conducts himself (herself, their, its self?) in a civilized society.

    He (they?) were arrested.
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    Isn’t Robin Hood a masculine character? Dunno, maybe that’s Tinker Bell... didn’t look to see if there’s camel toe...
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    Canadians prefer a potato over PM Justin “little potato” Trudeau.
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