Now that the HRCs are getting the light shone on them and Canadians are beginning to express their disgust with these Star Chambers, I think we have a good chance of gutting these tribunals for good. The strength of any government institution is predicated on how much trust and respect they are afforded in our society. If there is a significant opposition to any punitive quasi-judicial body like the HRCs, it’s only a matter of time before they are disbanded. People will simply not accept their kangaroo judgements. A court — even one three rungs down from Judge Judy — still needs at least the tacit support of the Canadian public. Well, these kafka kourts who operate as fraudulent fronts for personal political inquisitions of the Left don’t have it. And if you don’t have the support of the public, then you have no moral authority to be doing, declaring, or deciding anything.
If the Levant and Steyn cases go ahead, there will be even MORE scrutiny and opposition to the HRC methods. If these cases don’t go ahead, it will call into question these Commissions’ legitimacy and impartiality. Why, for instance, would Levant and Steyn get off while Christians are still being fed to the lions? What will this demonstrate? It will demonstrate that those individuals who have the prominence and fame to defeat and brow beat the Commission back into its hole will be successful while everyone else who does not have the necessary stature is fair game. In other words, if you are publisher or a popular writer, you may be safe — for now. But, as for everyone else, there are two rules and laws of these Star Chambers: one for the famous and one for everyone else who isn’t famous.
Isn’t that a form of discrimination?
If Levant and Steyn get off, it will mean that S.13 will be really reserved for the new subclass of Canadian society: Christians and White Supremicists. Everybody else is given a free ride.