Thursday, April 2, 2009

Ezra Levant, Part 3

This might be considered old news since Mr. Levant's case is no longer before the human rights commission (he won). But we have not seen the last of such battles. The United Nations human rights council, while most people in the world lack the most basic human rights such as freedom of speech and assembly, has focused its attention on attacking as unacceptable free speech that offends Muslims. It is bizarre to read the reporting on this. It seems obvious that those passing these laws do even understand human rights and have been appointed by governments that deny basic human rights to their citizens. But those reporting this news for AP and the NYT and other such clueless organs recognize nothing unusual going on.

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