May 25, 2017

Quebec police silence free speech, tear down election poster

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's show, I reported on police in Quebec tearing down an election sign that contrasted a woman wearing a toque with a woman in a niqab.

The sign was not put there illegally, but it was taken down with no warrant, no court order, and no mandate.

In the last Canadian election, the debate over niqabs was particularly fierce in Quebec.

WATCH my video to see the sign that was torn down and what this means for political correctness in Quebec.  

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commented 2017-05-27 22:16:34 -0400
Sick of these rodents. Just shows the TRUE objective. Any way the wind blows. The wind blows dust away. Put a GOAT costume on it.
commented 2017-05-26 15:57:29 -0400
If the Muslims refuse to remove the head scarf they should be banned from Canada.
Sharia Law is evil and anti Democratic.

Justin, Please explain to me why you are betraying basic Canadian Virtues and Freedoms that are within and protected by your father’s Constitution. Not my Constitution, The BNA Act, but your fathers Constitution which also promises free speech and free choice?

Justin you are nothing but an evil self serving dictator with grand delusions.
commented 2017-05-26 06:35:58 -0400
Allan Peterson commented …

" Multiculturalism was born during the PET years. To appease the Quebec nationalist and separatists the idea of having two official languages was floated since, after all, we have two founding nations. The problem was that the other founding nations such as the Chinese and Ukrainians and Italians were insulted by the notion that they had made no contribution. So why shouldn’t all these languages be be recognized as official? "

PET’S pet project Multiculturalism, which he alone imposed on Canada, ironically doomed the two founding nations. Pierre Elliott Trudeau was himself half English half French – how ironic and insane is that??

We live in a constitutionally neurotic country.
commented 2017-05-25 21:53:14 -0400
AFAIK there is a High Court decision in Canada which says that street posters and flyers are protected by the right to free speech. Perhaps the Quebec police should read it. Someone translate it to French please.
commented 2017-05-25 20:16:33 -0400
Multiculturalism was born during the PET years. To appease the Quebec nationalist and separatists the idea of having two official languages was floated since, after all, we have two founding nations. The problem was that the other founding nations such as the Chinese and Ukrainians and Italians were insulted by the notion that they had made no contribution. So why shouldn’t all these languages be be recognized as official?
commented 2017-05-25 18:37:21 -0400
Quebec has been a police state for years, nothing new there.
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