04 June 2008

Thought Police Update

Although the kangaroo is limited to Australia, the kangaroo court has migrated all over the world. In France:
Brigitte Bardot was convicted Tuesday of provoking discrimination and racial hatred for writing that Muslims are destroying France.

In the December 2006 letter to (Nicolas) Sarkozy, now the president, Bardot said France is "tired of being led by the nose by this population that is destroying us,
destroying our country by imposing its acts."
A woman with an opinion - can't have that in France, I guess. Meanwhile in Canada (which is not to be confused with free nations):
A respondent who comes before Canada's "human rights" tribunals has none of the defences formerly guaranteed in common law. The truth is no defence, reasonable intention is no defence, nor material harmlessness, there are no rules of evidence, no precedents, nor case law of any kind. The commissars running the tribunals need have no legal training, exhibit none, and owe their appointments to networking among leftwing activists.

I wrote "show trial" advisedly, for there has been a 100 per cent conviction rate in cases brought to "human rights" tribunals under Section 13.
Quite a sad state of affairs. Makes a guy pretty happy to be living with the protections of the Constitution of the United States and the Bill of Rights.

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