Monday, July 31, 2006

A little more tolerance in Canada

CALGARY, Alberta, July 31, 2006 ( – Homosexual activists have denounced three Calgary based websites to the Alberta and Federal Human Rights Commissions, demanding that the sites which post information critical of homosexual behaviour be shut down.

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“This is becoming the biggest battle in Canada’s history for freedom of speech and freedom of religion. Freedom of the press is gone.”

“Our freedoms are being taken away very quickly. This may end up with one or another of us in jail, because I won’t pay the fine. If that’s what it takes, I’m willing to go behind bars.”

If only we had fought the Digital Millennium Copyright Act with such ferocity, we might have freedom of speach today in this country. At amu rate, let's support our Canadian brethren in any way we can. Which for me is sadly not much, but I'm sure I can find something . . .

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