Freedom Of Speech: It’s Good For Canadians Too

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It is call to action time for anyone interested in liberal democratic values.  From Five Feet of Fury:   Richard Warman suing conservative bloggers — including me

Richard "The Boy Named Sue" Warman has finally filed his statement of claim.

Canada's busiest litigant, serial "human rights" complainant and — the guy Mark Steyn has called "Canada’s most sensitive man" — Richard Warman is now suing his most vocal critics — including me.

The suit names:

•    Ezra Levant (famous for his stirring YouTube video of his confrontation with the Canadian Human Rights tribunal after he published the “Mohammed Cartoons”)
• (Canada’s answer to
•    Kate McMillan of
•    Jonathan Kay of the National Post daily newspaper and its in-house blog
•    and me, Kathy Shaidle of

Richard Warman used to work for the notorious Human Rights Commission, which runs the "kangaroo courts" who’ve charged Mark Steyn with "flagrant Islamophobia."

Richard Warman has brought almost half these cases single-handledly, getting websites he doesn’t like shut down, and making tens of thousands of tax free dollars in "compensation" out of web site owners who can’t afford to fight back or don’t even realize they can.

The province of British Columbia had to pass a special law to stop Richard Warman from suing libraries because they carried books he didn't approve of.

Richard Warman also wants to ban international websites he doesn’t like from being seen by Canadians.

The folks named in his new law suit are the very bloggers who have been most outspoken in their criticism of Warman’s methods.


*   Please read our posts about the lawsuit to learn more about it.   Ezra Levant's brand new post on the lawsuit has all the details

*    Consider posting about our plight on your own websites

*    Donate to our respective Defence Funds

We can only fight this man’s attempt to silence conservative opinion if we have international support: both moral and financial.

This lawsuit will cost me at least $30,000 to fight.

And fight it I will.

And I, for one, will try to help as I can.  Although I have to believe in the basic common decency of a people that would make the game of hockey their national obsession.  After all it is a game built upon the basic fact that a knockdown drag out fight is PART of the game, exactly the same way political speech that hurts someone's little feelings is part of the game.  You get banged up a little in hockey you get right back out there because, hey, you're a hockey player.  Its the same in the political arena.  It's time to remind the Warman's of the world of this.

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7 Responses to Freedom Of Speech: It’s Good For Canadians Too

  1. Gary Gulrud says:

    Why is this guy still breathing?  The penalty in Canada for offing him would be what about now, 60 days and 200 hours community service?

  2. Mockinbird says:

    Warman should be taken out and shot.

  3. Rich Horton says:

    No, Warman should be engaged in a battle of wits.  Of course, he’s unarmed but whose fault is that?

  4. Neo says:

    That’s spelled W "AAA" R M "AAA" N

  5. Neo says:

    Canadian Charter of Rights.<blockquote>2. Everyone has the following fundamental freedoms:(a) freedom of conscience and religion;(b) <b>freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication;</b>(c) freedom of peaceful assembly; and(d) freedom of association.</blockquote>Some people seem to be ignorant of their own laws.

  6. Jess says:

    This joker is probably worshiped as a god at ACLU HQ.

  7. martian says:

    Apparently some Canadian judges are just as whacky as some of ours if this nut has gotten away with his lawsuits in the past – in spite of the Charter of Rights as quoted above by Neo.

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