Thursday, March 13, 2008

Canada has become a "HRC" Laughing Stock to the world: Cayman Islands hold up CHRC as example of Human Rights Commission out on control

The Cayman Islands, an overseas territory of the United Kingdom, is debating constitutional changes proposed by one of the governing parties to add a “Bill of Rights’ for Caymanian.  Part of the proposed “Bill of Rights” would institute a “Human Rights Commission”


At a meeting organized by the Leader of the Opposition McKeeva Bush, the Canadian Human Rights Commission was raised as a prime example in the world as what an unparalleled disaster these commissions have become.


On March 11, 2008, Cayman’s national newspaper – the Cayman Compass reported:


[Reverend Nicholas Sykes] detailed several cases taken on by the Canadian Human Rights Commissions.


“In [Human Rights Commission] the defendant’s right to due process is withdrawn. They reach judgments on the basis of no fixed law and by simply agreeing to hear a case, they tie up the defendant in bureaucracy and paperwork, and bleed him for the cost of lawyers, while the person who brings the complaint, however frivolous, stands to lose nothing.”


Mr. Sykes said over half all of the Canadian Human Rights Commissions “hate crime” cases have been brought by one person who was a former employee of the Canadian Human Rights Commission.


Reverend Sykes continued and said: “Personally, I would go further and say that the social experiment in human rights that Britain and the European countries have engaged in has been an unparalleled disaster for them.”


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