Just before they're thrown out on their collective ass.
First, check out what Mark Steyn has up, especially on a clown named Warman.
Then, go to Small Dead Animals, and just start scrolling down, too much stuff to link to each one. For a lot of it, look for 'Warman' again.
After that, if you're interested, go to Five Feet of Fury and- again- scroll down, but especially look at this: a tv show produced by the CBC called (I kid you not) Little Mosque on the Prarie.
And finally, check out this article by Ezra Levant on the current
Early in her interrogation, she said "I always ask people … what was your intent and purpose of your article?"
It wasn't even a question about what we had published in the magazine. It was a question about my private thoughts. I asked her why my private feelings were of interest to the government. She said, very calmly, that they would be a factor taken into account by the government in determining whether or not I was guilty.
Officer McGovern said it as calmly as if I had asked her what time it was.
One of the complainants against me is someone I would describe as a radical Muslim imam, Syed Soharwardy. He grew up in the madrassas of Pakistan and he lectures on the Saudi circuit. He advocates sharia law for all countries, including Canada. His website is rife with Islamic supremacism — offensive to many Canadian Jews, gentiles, women and gays. But his sensitivities — his Saudi-Pakistani values — have been offended by me.
And so now the secular government of Alberta is enforcing his fatwa against the cartoons.
It's the same for Mohamed Elmasry, the complainant against Maclean's magazine for publishing an excerpt from Mark Steyn's book, America Alone. Egyptian-born Elmasry has publicly said that any adult Jew in Israel is a legitimate target for a terrorist attack, a grossly offensive statement.
Both the Canadian and B.C. Human Rights Commissions are now hearing his complaints against Maclean's.
One question: what the hell happened to Canada, and can they save themselves?