LEGISLATED INJUSTICE: CHARTER RIGHTS AND CANADA’S “IDENTIFIABLE” COMMUNITIES

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Armed with the mighty Charter, any form of dissent within society regarding the diversity agenda is immediately labelled an act of oppression. To question or oppose our social transformation by way of third world immigration is quickly branded an act of racism.

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  1. The concept of “freedoms” (Plural) comes home to roost. Who gets to decide? A human rights commission, or a tribunal. Which makes these “rights” alienable…or only available to one group of people, not everyone. Kinda warms the cockles of your heart, eh? And who, pray tell, was responsible for ramming through this great list of supposed rights and false freedoms? Trudeau Senior. So none of this should be a surprise, but apparently it is. Canadian political illiteracy at its finest. We are all screwed. Not just the WASPS, but the supposed beneficiaries of these “Freedoms”. Gutted to the core.

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