Canadian Hate Speech Law on Trial Which Declares Christianity Offensive

“No more witchhunts by the Canadian Human Rights Commission, no more persecuting their political enemies, which were just as often their religious enemies,” said Canadian politicians Ezra Levant, upon the good prospects of a bill which is likely to repeal the current hate speech law. Over the past ten years, he noted, the Canadian human rights commissions “effectively declared that Christianity itself was offensive, was hate speech.” “Today is a great day, not just for conservatives or Christians, but for any Canadian who believes in true human rights, the human rights to freedom of speech and freedom of religion,” he said.

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