‘Training Legal Warriors To Undermine Canada’

We have repeatedly pointed out that the contemporary billion-dollar Aboriginal Industry is the creation of a Canadian legal profession that, coincidentally, happens to be the chief beneficiary of the expansion of race-based differential treatment in law. To the detriment of Canada’s future, Canadian law schools seem to be gearing up for unlimited expansion of this discrimination-based legal gravy train…

“Courts and academics are transforming the Charter of Rights and Freedoms from a roster of fundamental liberties, into a ‘social-justice’ {‘communist’} charter that justifies curbing individual freedoms instead of protecting them… Individual liberties are no longer fundamental. Everyone is not subject to the same rules. The legal ground is shifting.” Continue reading “‘Training Legal Warriors To Undermine Canada’”

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‘Decolonizing Another Campus’

The structural racism that segregated aboriginals in the 1867 BNA Act continues to be practiced by Canadian institutions – and they still think that ‘It’s for their own good’. Now, aboriginal racial nationalists also agree. Why can’t students of aboriginal heritage be regarded — and treated — as unique individuals rather than as members of a racial collective?

“On March 6, 2018, Acadia University President Dr. Peter Ricketts released Acadia’s ‘decolonization’ strategy, opening new doors for ‘indigenous’ students and scholars and new opportunities for collaboration with neigbouring Mi’kmaq communities and their leaders. Continue reading “‘Decolonizing Another Campus’”

‘The Strange Case of Canadian ‘Legal Equality’

‘Section 15(1)’ of the ‘Charter of Rights and Freedoms’ contains the constitutional guarantee of equality and it states:

‘Equality before and under law, and equal protection and benefit of law’

(1) “Every individual is equal before and under the law and has the right to the equal protection and equal benefit of the law without discrimination and, in particular, without discrimination based on race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, sex, age or mental or physical disability.” Canadians For Legal Equality, 'The Strange Case of Canadian 'Legal Equality' POST, 800x800 JPEGThen, this Principle is immediately undermined by:

‘Affirmative action programs’

(2) “Subsection (1) does not preclude any law, program or activity that has as its object the amelioration of conditions of disadvantaged individuals or groups including those that are disadvantaged because of race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, sex, age or mental or physical disability.”

http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/const/page-15.html

The political — and therefore, ‘flexible’ — tool that is subsection (2) means that the Constitutional Principle of Section 15(1) cannot really exist as a ‘Principle’, and merely serves as an inspirational introduction to the court-driven social engineering enabled by subsection (2).

As a result, legal equality of individual Canadian citizens has become a thing of the past.  Continue reading “‘The Strange Case of Canadian ‘Legal Equality’”