December 13, 2017

Toronto Public Library Bans 'Feelings Crimes'

Rebel Staff

During his show on Tuesday night, Ezra Levant talked about how Toronto public libraries are now able to refuse event bookings that they deem "likely" to promote hate. Yes, you can be barred from booking a room at a public library if officials decided that you might so much as evoke the feeling of hatred. 

This is particularly disturbing because as human beings, we are entitled to feel any emotion we want to. Hatred is a natural human emotion that is perfectly fine to feel, it's only acting on hatred to hurt another person that is illegal. Until now, there has been no such thing as "feelings crimes," yet that is exactly what the Toronto public library system is trying to enforce. 

As Levant explains, this is a slippery slope that can't be ignored. What's next, banning books that might promote hate? Will libraries try to ban Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf, ridding modern humans of the chance to learn from the mistakes of history because the book promotes hate? 

What the Toronto public library system is a disturbing example of the left trying to act as thought police. Find out more about this in Ezra Levant's latest video, linked to above!

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commented 2017-12-14 13:40:55 -0500
Speaking of “hurt feelings”, everyone here should read the Reader’s Comments section following this article, which has been exposed to be “fake (made-up) news” by one of the readers (by them saying that there is only a 10 yr. age difference between Donald Trump Jr. & this woman that quit.

Guaranteed that you will be rolling on the ground laughing or spitting your coffee all over your computer, as the Reader Comments are that hillarious!

BTW, heard something on the radio this morning (US Station), that said that the Demoncrat Party is going after the women vote for the 2020 Election & the Republicans better get ready!
commented 2017-12-14 07:34:48 -0500
lets face it: its about the flavour of the month “hurt feelings” or fear of “hurting the feelings” of a group.

Any comment about Islam would be verboten, but I’m sure a BDS meeting would be acceptable. A nationalistic Canadian speech would be forbidden territory, but someone calling for mass immigration to replace the existing European based population would be acceptable.
commented 2017-12-13 19:20:52 -0500
Seeing how regressed leftists have infected administrative positions of virtually all public institutions, and seeing how this nebulous construct they rail against called “hate” simply translates to opinions other than regressed left dogmas – we have a real fascist shite show in the public institutions to deal with when reclaiming individual rights and civil liberty. The tyrannical reflex of these smarmy leftards is the thing civil revolt is made of.
commented 2017-12-13 18:33:30 -0500
The local library turned down a request to invite people to see the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition movie on Assisted Suicide in Canada.
But they have a Muslim sign on the door.
commented 2017-12-13 18:31:30 -0500
Is it end times yet? Please.