Monday, May 17, 2010

Police to Public: 'We Can Most Highly Recommend the OHRC to Everyone'

Toronto Police adding "Nazi" and "shiksa" to the "victim group" list makes no sense whatsoever. Unless, that, is, you see it as part of a larger effort that's being sponsored by our provincial "human rights" racket. Reading this media advisory you can immediately get a sense of what's afoot--how police been cowed into falling in line with the insidious, ever-expanding "human rights" agenda. Here, courtesy the OHRC, which is obviously tickled to death by police submission, is official notification of who's the boss in the police/OHRC teaming. I'll give you a hint: the smilin' chick wears the pants in this relationship--even when she's wearing a skirt (my bolds):

Toronto Police Service (TPS) Media Advisory
Toronto A major joint initiative between the Toronto Police Service (TPS), the Toronto Police Services Board (TPSB), and the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) to bring about institutional change in combating racism and discrimination celebrates a new milestone. An event celebrating the project’s completion is being held today at 11:50 a.m, at St. Lawrence Hall.

Toronto Mayor David Miller will be the keynote speaker.

The Human Rights Project Charter, launched in 2007, arose out of a need to address human rights concerns about police that were being brought before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. The three−year project involved a working group of staff from each of the three organizations. Their task was to look at human rights issues in the employment policies and the delivery of police services. In particular, the working group examined recruitment, selection, promotion & retention, police learning, accountability and public education. A series of strategies to deal with each area was developed. The partners agree that, through research, analysis, dialogue and the exchange of new ideas, real progress has been achieved in all these areas.

"This unique project has enabled the Toronto Police Service to learn a great deal about how it can deliver its services in a fair, equitable and bias−free manner and respond better to, and reflect, the communities it serves," Chief Bill Blair said. "I am confident that the relationships we have established through this partnership will be long−lasting as we continue to work together to provide quality policing services to all Torontonians."

Toronto Police Services Board Chair Alok Mukherjee said: "We are proud of this Project Charter and the cooperative way in which we have all established productive working relationships with the Ontario Human Rights Commission. Our efforts through this joint venture will ensure that the Toronto Police Service continues to provide effective policing that is accountable and sensitive to community needs," Mukherjee said. "The benefits of this project will no doubt continue to be felt for years to come."

Chief Commissioner Barbara Hall said: "I am delighted with the many positive results that have come out of this unique partnership project and the constructive steps that the Toronto Police Service and the Toronto Police Services Board have taken to address human rights concerns. While there is still work to do, this project serves as an ideal example of how such partnerships can help others also create a culture of human rights within their organizations."
All I can say is: God help us all, but especially the Jews.


Blazing Cat Fur said...

For the right amount of money I'll make sure your warned before the Shiksas rampage;)

paul said...

... considering that Barbra's gal-pals and intellectual mentors are none other than Judy Rebick and Diana Ralph, I'd say a lot of Jewish Mother-In-Laws should be worried.

[payback for Mothers-failing-them-blah-blah-blah and manifestations of the big self-hate, thereof]

[wouldn't surprise me that way back in ancient history, Barbra was the "victim" of a disapproving Jewish Mother of a nice Jewish boy she was pinning her hopes on.]

scaramouche said...

My take: Babs had potty issues when she was a toddler (of the anal retentive variety), more like.

Jim R said...

Toronto now has it's own official Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice.

Monkeys at work. Hear no evil, speak no evil, think no evil.....and the State, of course, gets to define evil.

Tehran Toronto.