The Human Rights Commission in Alberta, Canada has had its way and its day. Their apparent goal or at least evident result? Shut down all expression that runs contrary to Acceptable Speech. Even if one speaks honestly and truthfully, yet offends Muslims or homosexuals, intentionally or otherwise, that one will need to watch out lest he (or she – lest we offend feminists) be dragged before the HRC, caused to pay fines to the offended party, and issue a public apology. No trial, no qualified judge, no jury, no justice, no appeal for the defendant, and no cost or risk to the complainant. The commissioner judges the heart and motive, and her judgment is irrevocable. Freedom of speech and religion in Canada are now Passenger Pigeons.
Watch a few of the segments of Ezra Levant’s interrogation, because he ran the Danish cartoons depicting Muhammad in his paper, Western Standard:
This is no different than that which took place in the days of the Inquisition and the Reformation under the dominion of the Catholic Church. I guess there is one difference – that being that, back then, they could burn a person at the stake for their contrary viewpoints. (If given power to do so, do you really think it would be different today? Obviously, you have good cause to think again).
We have recently become aware of one saint who was burned at the stake not under the Catholic Church, but by the “Reformer” John Calvin. We will be writing more of the implications of the death of Michael Servetus in days to come. Keep watch for it under “What’s New?”
– Sara Schmidt and Victor Hafichuk (February 15, 2008)
During the 2008 primaries, someone wrote asking us to pray for a man of God to be elected to lead the United States in righteousness. He did not know that Jesus Christ does not come through heroes or the politicians of this world. Rather than voting for a man who will make others right, you need to get right with God yourself!
From: Victor Hafichuk To: Nathan Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2008 12:47 PM Subject: A Curse on the Betrayal of Canada Stray curs gather. But the populace has spoken. No, they do not want any of these curs to be their guard dogs. So the curs go away, sullen and defeated - but not resigned. Now they gather together, their countenances suddenly changed, manifesting their true natures. They return, not seeking permission to serve as guards for the owners, but brazenly, as a pack with power in numbers to seize for themselves what they would still pretend to unselfishly guard. Cursed be they who, for personal gain, seize what is not theirs. Cursed be they who gather in the name of principle and virtue, but there only to take undue advantage. These are worse than unpretentious Somali pirates. Cursed be they who make unholy alliances, jumping into bed with any partner to please those not worth pleasing. Let them suffer the wrongs they seek to perpetrate. Let them be cursed of God, and let all people know that God reigns in Heaven against all ungodliness over the affairs of men. Let the pack be broken and scattered. May God grant wisdom and strength to those who would govern with discretion and honesty. Victor Hafichuk www.thepathoftruth.com Full Version: A Curse on the Betrayal of Canada From: Nathan To: Victor Hafichuk Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2008 1:22 PM Subject: Re: A Curse on the Betrayal of Canada The majority of the house speaks. That is democracy,...
Democracy can be almost synonymous with Christianity in the minds of many. Take the political “religious right” in the United States, for example, which holds sacred the ideal of a democratic republic. The truth is that democracy (whether in the form of a republic or not) is a Gentile government, not theocratic, and therefore not Christian.