After the controversial M-103 was passed in Parliament, leftist media and the Trudeau government insisted that the critics were wrong, that it’s just a motion – symbolic! – and that M-103 will have no legislative impact.
When the Heritage Committee began its hearings last week, however, critics who expressed concern over the motion were proven right.
One of the first experts to testify implied police should prosecute Canadians over social media posts that police deem offensive or incorrect. Yes, prosecute.
Orwell would be rolling in his grave.
More than just Orwellian, these official suggestions are reminiscent of theocratic tyranny. That’s not Canadian law. That’s Sharia law.
In the background of this charade, the mainstream media joined in and is doing its part to support Trudeau’s agenda.
The CBC ran a news story defending Sharia law, with a headline saying that Sharia is “not to be feared.”That's because in Ceebworld, sharia is awesome and anyone who demurs with that diktat is ipso facto a knuckle-dragging "Islamophobe."
It remains to be seen how much longer one can say such things without being brought up on charges by the Justin Trudeau's thought enforcers.
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