Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Another Reason to Kill the "Human Rights" Mausoleum--It Will Provide Sustenance to Our Vampiric "Human Rights" System

I'll bring the wooden stake; you bring the garlic:
WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, Jun 18, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Mr. Stuart Murray, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR), and Ms. Barbara Hall, President of the Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies (CASHRA), signed a memorandum of understanding today that will see their organizations work jointly to fulfill their common goals of encouraging and fostering the advancement, promotion and understanding of human rights.

"This agreement marks the beginning of a long-term relationship that will allow the CMHR and CASHRA to provide the Canadian public greater access to information about human rights issues and opportunities to advance human rights," Stuart Murray said. "Human rights agencies across the country serve an important public role and this agreement is an excellent starting point for both our organizations."

"Every person, especially students, should have the opportunity to learn about human rights in Canada and abroad," Barbara Hall said. "By combining the educational forces of every commission in the country with the CMHR's initiatives, we will come close to achieving this goal."

This memorandum of understanding establishes a framework for collaboration between the CMHR and CASHRA to work together to explore and implement opportunities for collaboration and mutual support in the pursuit of promoting human rights in Canada and internationally. It also outlines both organizations' commitment to educating youth about human rights issues and creating opportunities for young people to learn about human rights and empower them to take action in their communities and beyond...
In other words, it will empower our "human rights" undead to boss us around and micro-manage our lives even more than they do currently.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

I have repeatedly written the Canadian Human rights Museum to include the first concentration camps founded by Kitchener and staffed by Canadians,I have not received a reply.