November 28, 2017

“Transpeople” counter-protesters use free speech to protest … free speech

David MenziesMission Specialist

Recently, a rally took place at Wilfrid Laurier University in support of freedom of speech and to show support for teaching assistant Lindsay Shepherd.

But across the street, there was also a small counter-protest made up of transsexuals and their supporters, who were using their right to free speech to protest... freedom of speech!

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commented 2017-12-01 00:20:20 -0500
It is a great idea William, except for one thing, the teachers Mafia, I mean union.
commented 2017-11-28 23:06:48 -0500
Of course the irony will be lost on them.
commented 2017-11-28 21:39:31 -0500
I got better idea pull funding from this mosh pit of undemocratic Bolshie dystopia until the administration has been replaced with competent administrators who can rein in the despotic impulses of its regressive indoctrinators. Either that or change its name to Pol Pot U
commented 2017-11-28 21:39:27 -0500
I got better idea pull funding from this mosh pit of undemocratic Bolshie dystopia until the administration has been replaced with competent administrators who can rein in the despotic impulses of its regressive indoctrinators. Either that or change its name to Pol Pot U
commented 2017-11-28 20:02:58 -0500
TAMMIE PUTINSKI-ZANDBELT commented 2 hours ago
….And only the people wearing polk a dot armbands were allowed to speak!

Zounds!…when you put it that way…
commented 2017-11-28 19:53:49 -0500
Hey Menzoid, who were all those smart articulate kids…I hope that isn’t all of them.
They kinda really stand out in several ways from the ‘protesters’ – and the ‘higher educated’ zombies you usually interview.
Well, where there’s life, there’s hope.
commented 2017-11-28 19:44:09 -0500
Everybody is entitled to freedom of speech providing it’s politically correct in this screwed up world if it’s not PC you may as well have leprosy.
commented 2017-11-28 18:36:58 -0500
- I don’t think the counter-protesting transsexuals had actually thought anything through. They don’t seem to have ever had to answer any real questions. Great to see there are those who turned out to defend free speech.
commented 2017-11-28 18:34:18 -0500
My question is why the ‘inspiring lives’ slogan and the maple leaf are purple? I always thought maple leaves were green or LPC red or Toronto blue, but I come from the vast geographic majority of the country where the ‘national symbol’ does not grow, so maybe maple leaves can be purple. However, it reminds of the poem where a woman has decided when she becomes senile and her thoughts will no longer count that she intends to wear purple…I guess that is where Laurier is in its thought process.
commented 2017-11-28 18:22:20 -0500
….And only the people wearing polk a dot armbands were allowed to speak!