Can I show you two different news stories, about a month apart?
I told you about this one a short time ago:
Oshawa man jailed five months for anti-Muslim graffiti at bus stops
He scrawled three words: “No more Muslims”. Not even a derogatory term; not even a threat. I’m not saying it’s right. But it’s graffiti.
The man has been diagnosed with a delusional disorder. And he apologized for the graffiti. But he got five months in jail. The judge, Ferhan Javed, is Muslim.
Now comes story number two. From Halifax, where there has been a wave of rapes by Muslim taxi drivers — again, The Rebel has been reporting those, too.
Here’s an update:
"Halifax taxi driver gets no jail time on sex assault conviction against 19-year-old passenger”
So, no jail. Just — none. Lock a drunk girl in your cab and sexually molest her — no jail.
We learn from the law. What’s acceptable, what’s not. That’s why courts are open to the public; that’s why court cases are published.
And this is Canadian justice in 2017.