So what is up with free speech on the internet lately? Well, quite a lot in
Seems Ottawa bureaucrat and censor at the Canadian Human Rights Commission, Richard Warman is on the warpath.
In his private and public capacities, he writes to ISPs to try to get them to stop service to political websites (Fred Kyburz, for one) he doesn't like. He writes to libraries to demand that they pull copies of a book (David Icke's CHILDREN OF THE MATRIX) which he doesn't like. He drags dissident websites (Kyburz and others) before Canadian Human Rights Tribunals. He writes to meeting halls to demand that they cancel bookings for speakers he disapproves off (Tom Kennedy, Dave Lindsay)
Like it's any of his damn business. People have a right to read whatever they want and view whatever they want to on the internet. So, kiss off War-man. Maybe he should be fired .. like, ASAP !!
Oh just when one thinks they don't have to worry in the USA, something like this comes out of it.
-- Last weekend, in a meeting of enemies of free speech on the Internet, Warman was asked by a member of the audience about such websites as the Heritage Front and B.C. White Pride, which he hadn't mentioned in his talk.
He said: "They just move to a U.S. server, but, mark my words, their time is coming!
I've added the links below:
[url] http://www.canadianfreespeech.com/updat ... o_sue.html
All for now,