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Saturday, April 11, 2009
Ezra Levant talks Shakedown at Fraser Institute's "Behind the Spin"
Here's our former publisher, and good friend, Ezra Levant discussing the Canadian Human Rights Commission and his national, best-selling Shakedown: How our government is undermining democracy in the name of human rights:
If history is any indication, someone will have to commit suicide as a result of one of these rulings before anything substantive is done. If there's one constant in government, it is that inertia is supreme. Politicians are hesitant to take any action that popular sentiment doesn't assure them is politically safe, lest they change things for the worse. Only when the outcry reaches the point that votes are at stake will they change.
Posted by: Shane Matthews | 2009-04-11 3:27:53 PM
A solution to such inertia might well be
...more & better Cartoons about
the Fake Human Rights Industry in Canada
cartoons got us into this mess
cartoons will get us out of it
Posted by: 419 | 2009-04-11 3:43:42 PM
Shane, I agree. I recently obtained the book and just finished reading it. It is a master piece and should be read by all Canadians, especially all politicians. Like many others I knew the situation was bad, but until I read Shakedown I did not know that it is even worse than I had thought.
Posted by: Alain | 2009-04-11 7:49:29 PM
419, there would definitely be no shortage of material for the cartoonists. If I could draw, then I would have done this myself long ago.
Posted by: Cory D. Schreyer | 2009-04-12 7:44:15 AM
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