In a column in the National Post Ezra Levant, who has been battling Alberta human rights zealots, identified seven individuals who work for the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC) who also joined neo-Nazi, anti-Semitic, or white hate groups.So - we're talking about provocateurs, not bureaucrats. But apart from that - it's hard to disagree with Peter Worthington: It's time to rein in those jackboots. HRCs should be disbanded; cases that currently fall under its jurisdiction (human rights, hate mongering, discrimination etc) should be adjudicated in the court of law.
It's not that these individuals are Nazi sympathizers or racists who've infiltrated the hallowed halls of human rights activists. They aren't. What they are, are provocateurs, using the Internet to join suspect hate groups in order to collect evidence against them.
In other words, it's a form of entrapment.
Intelligence agents joining (penetrating) a group to assess possible treason or subversion, is vastly different from enticing, provoking or encouraging a racist reaction by pretending to be more extreme than the extremists -- which is what CHRC provocateurs do.
One gets the feeling the CRHC sets up targets to knock down, thereby justifying its existence. For more details on CRHC mischief, try going to the blog ezralevant.com, or other sites giving details about provocateurs pretending to be racists in hopes of catching racists.
Friday, July 31, 2009
Peter Worthington refers to them as the "human rights bureaucracy" in his Toronto Sun article. But we're not talking about a bunch of bureaucrats who get back at their clients by forcing them to wait months for an answer. We're talking about provocateurs who try to trick others into saying something incriminating: