Saturday, May 28, 2011

The Day Censorship Law Was Declared Unconstitutional

It was one year ago when the court ruled against section 13 of the Human Rights Act. The very section that criminalized speech "likely" to "expose people to hatred or contempt". The one that was designed to protect minorities, but was mostly used by one bureaucrat who kept filing complaints as a hobby. The one that used to have a perfect 100% conviction rate until Marc Lemire finally managed to beat the system a year ago.

Yes, section 13 hasn't been operative for a year now. There have been no "human rights" complaints prosecuted. And yet it doesn't look like anyone really suffers because of that - except for the professional "race measurers" who need this industry of phony grievances and professional victimhood to keep their big fat paychecks.

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