Thursday, May 4, 2017

Human Rights "Justice" in Ontario

The Toronto Sun's Michele Mandel recounts the sad, sad tale of a man who rented out part of his home to difficult tenants, and who is being forced to pay them big bucks out of his own pocket following their complaint to the local "human rights" constabulary (which picks up the complainants' legal tab, so what have they got to lose by complaining?):
This poor man came to Canada from Nigeria 22 years ago in hopes of building a better life for his family. 
After almost a quarter century of being a law-abiding, hard-working member of society, he never imagined his adopted country would label him a human rights violator and order him to pay $12,000 in compensation to his Muslim tenants. 
“I was humiliated, I was made to feel I have no rights, I was made to feel that I’m not wanted in society,” says John Alabi, 52. “I feel powerless. They rented my place for only two months. Two months! It’s just not fair,” 
The small landlord came forward to explain his position after the Sun told his shocking story last week: The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario found he failed to accommodate the religious needs of Walid Madkour and Heba Ismail by not giving them more than the legal 24-hour notice before showing the apartment and by failing to remove his shoes when he entered the bedroom they used to pray. 
Now the travel agent is on the hook for money he doesn’t have to pay tenants who were in his home for only two months. And he doesn’t feel he did anything wrong...
Silly man. The "human rights" busybodies don't really care if he "did anything wrong." All they care about is upholding The Holy Pecking Order of Victimhood (which is a Marxist construct). And in those ranks, Muslim trumps Black, 9 times out of 10.

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