Students of history will have heard of SMERSH. It was a forerunner of the KGB, a Communist Party commissariat under Josef Stalin. SMERSH was empowered to investigate and arrest conspirators and public critics of “the Party” – people living in the former Soviet Union didn’t have constitutional freedoms.
Well, Canada has its own commissariats, in the form of Human Rights Commissions.
Some people refer to them as “kangaroo courts,” but that is misleading because they really are dangerous. That’s why I call them Commie-Commissions, and like SMERSH, they are empowered to investigate anyone who does not abide with the current stream of political correctness.
The most recent case that illustrates the Commie-Commissions’ contempt for free speech rights is a complaint against Connie Wilkins, the owner of www.freedominion.ca.
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