April 07, 2016

Lawton Online: THINK before you Tweet, Steyn/Farage refugee debate and train terror hero talks about “the longest fight of my life”

Andrew LawtonRebel Commentator

In this Lawton Online, I break down the great Toronto takedown of Louise Arbour and Simon Schama by Mark Steyn and Nigel Farage regarding the global refugee crisis. 

(Language warning)

I also talk with blogger Stephen Taylor about the OPP's big brother approach to policing online speech. 

I’m also joined by War on Terror hero Sgt. Spencer Stone, who thwarted a terrorist attack on a train to France, along with his friends.

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commented 2016-04-11 22:42:51 -0400
Sam Young, I’m no soldier but I really would unleash some brutality on you for your disrespect of our fellow Canadians who do work to defend this country. Next time you’re in a pinch and a search and rescue bird comes to pluck you out of the water somewhere please be sure to flip them the bird telling them you don’t want to be rescued by such brutes. A-hole!
commented 2016-04-09 04:03:04 -0400
Sam, I’m so glad you weren’t one of the people Sgt. Stone saved on the train that day. You’d have been a complete waste of his time.
commented 2016-04-08 12:08:52 -0400
The OPP will find themselves deeply embroiled in a constitutional defence/lawsuit if they ever charge someone for speaking truth which may or may be hurtful and necessary – now if this is happening it is at the behest of Twitter who are using the police as speech moderators – although it may be the private company of twitter to moderate users as it seems fit, it is patemtly a (criminal?) conflict to use a public police force.

My solution to this is to quit twitter , tell them why, and never return, there are better communication venues.
commented 2016-04-08 04:16:44 -0400
Removed for violating rule:Be civil. No personal attacks.
commented 2016-04-07 13:36:08 -0400
How is it that the two groups Social Justice Warriors rail about the most, police and big business, are totally sold out to the Social Justice movement?