October 30, 2018

(FLASHBACK) David Menzies: Halloween costume shop caves to “bureaucratic bullying”

Rebel Staff

It's Halloween, so we've cracked open the Rebel vault to bring you some of our classic Halloween videos, like this one from March 2018 when David Menzies told us what happened to a Toronto costume shop when an offended customer called in the “hurt feelings” enforcers at the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal.

Watch as David explains what happened when activists were aided and abetted by the “Fashion Police” at the tribunal.

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commented 2018-10-31 12:33:55 -0400
My first entry into political correctness was when video games were in their infancy. Walking by a Radio Shack store, I noticed a video game depicting German soldiers in bunkers killing Allied Troops on the beaches of Normandy. To say that my feelings were hurt is an understatement.
It only took a few hours for me to work my way through the hierarchy of that organization and have the product removed from the shelves.
That was then and this is now. Juxtaposed with today’s trivial political correctness complaints ,I still think I hold the higher ground and I didn’t need any phoney Tribunal to render a decision. I think common decency at that time ruled the day. Sadly, today is so different.
commented 2018-10-31 09:29:24 -0400
With groper Trudeau’s excessive immigration, one day , people will be wearing “White man” costumes. We will be like the First nations, but no one will ask if we are offended.
commented 2018-10-30 22:10:02 -0400
Ontario Human Rights Tribunal. Just a tool for confiscating Canadian
Heritage. Marxist NWO Rules us now, thanks to Justin.
commented 2018-10-30 17:32:11 -0400
Sounds like a make work project for human rights lawyers.