CANADIAN SUPREME COURT KILLS LAST HOPE FOR FREE SPEECH | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


CANADIAN SUPREME COURT KILLS LAST HOPE FOR FREE SPEECH

One of the many striking aspects of the Court's decision is the insistence that any judge, jury, or commission seeking to determine whether a speech act crosses the threshold of being punishable by law must not look to the speaker's intent but must, rather, make an assessment of the potential of that speech act for causing hate.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Hate gets a bum rap. In our politically correct society we are taught that it's bad to hate at all, but I disagree. Hate can be a good thing. There are lots of things I hate and I am not ashamed to admit it.

I hate liars. I hate thieves. I hate cheats. I hate drug dealers. I hate corrupt politicians. I hate child molesters. I hate those who tortured Iraqis to death to find nuclear weapons that did not exist. These are hates that are good for the people to have.

Maybe if more people allowed themselves to hate liars, thieves, druggies, torturers, and the corrupt, our nation wouldn't be in the mess it's in. Think about that for a while. Hate towards those who act hatefully can be good. Hate could actually save our country.

I hate those who presume to decide for us what we can and cannot see, hear, or read. I am firmly opposed to and have openly defied efforts by our own government to withhold from the people information the people need to make good decisions with.

To NOT speak out about a crime because the perpetrators might feel they are hated is silly. Because this is exactly what we are dealing with. Crimes. Espionage. Illegal wiretaps. Torture. Interference with investigations. Attempts to circumvent the First Amendment by claiming that any one individual who feels hated has veto power over all Freedom of Speech.

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