Friday, September 5, 2008

*** LEMIRE Hearing Moves Location -- Now at Holiday Inn Oakville Centre

LEMIRE Hearing - Moves Location

 

 

NOTE New Location:

 

Holiday Inn Oakville Centre

Argus Ballroom

590 Argus Road

Oakville, Ontario

 

Sept 15 – 17, 2008

9:30am to 5:00pm daily

 

 

 

For an unknown reason, the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal has arbitrarily moved the location for the closing arguments in the Lemire case to a different hotel in Oakville.   They did this with no notice or submissions from any of the parties involved.

 

A quick check of the two facilities reveal that the hearing room at the new location is about half the size of the previous hotel, the Quality Hotel & Executive Suites Oakville.  The hearing was scheduled to be held in the Northampton Room, which according to the hotels websitecan accommodate up to 140 guests”.  The new location at the Holiday Inn Oakville Center, is substantially smaller.  According to the Holiday Inns website, this room can hold between 32 and 100 people depending on the configuration.  Since this will be a hearing room setup, the room is basically cut in half with counsel tables and chairs, and a large raised table for the tribunal “member”, so he can pretend to be a real judge.   With luck, the room should have seating for 50-60 spectators.  A far cry from the 140 of the previous hotel.

 

With the recent publicity surrounding the Lemire case, as well as the immense preexisting interest, the room might well be overflowing with spectators.  During most of the hearings in Toronto (including the Federal Court, where staff had to on at least three occasions bring more seating into the room .. and still people were overflowing into the lobby), and of course the famous, March 25 hearing in Ottawa, the hearings were filled to capacity.

 

 

 

Constitutional Challenge of Section 13 and 54 of the Canadian Human Rights Act

.Section 13 of the CHRA is the single largest threat to Freedom of Speech in Canada!

On November 25, 2005, Marc Lemire and his courageous lawyer Barbara Kulaszka, filed a devastating constitutional challenge of Section 13 (internet censorship)  and Section 54 (impose hefty fines) of the Canadian Human Rights Act.

The 2005 Constitutional motion can be read > here <

The 2008 final submissions can be read > here <

After 26 hearing days, 8 interveners and 11 witnesses spread across two years and 4 Ontario cities, the closing arguments are finally being presented. It will be a historic moment filled with shocking evidence.

 

The National Post has described the grilling the CHRC took in March as a “landmark disaster for the Canadian Human Rights Commission”. 

 

Journalist and Free Speech advocate Ezra Levant described the case against Lemire on his Blog:  “And to say the CHRC's section 13 thought crimes case against Marc Lemire has backfired is an understatement. Not only have his counterattacks blown the lid of the CHRC's corrupt tactics, such as their practice of posting anonymous, bigoted messages online, but their illegal hacking into a private citizen's Internet account has now attracted the scrutiny of Canada's Privacy Commissioner.”

 

At the start of the Lemire hearing, no one in Canada had any idea that the CHRC was such a corrupt and dirty organization, intent on stealing peoples right to freedom of expression.  Or that the CHRC was running a secretive internet spying ring, intent on entrapping all those in their path.  After 1,700 days under the Iron heel of the fascists at the Canadian Human Rights Commission, the Lemire hearing is heading to a finale.  If the National Post called the day Barbara Kulaszka grilled the CHRC totalitarians a “landmark disaster”,  just wait till they see the closing arguments!

 

All the evidence uncovered during the last 5 years will be brought out into the open.  From the CHRC’s spying apparatus to their totalitarian investigative techniques, to the absurd lie the CHRC is pushing ... that “hate speech” causes mental “trauma”.  The complete abuse of process in the Lemire case to even the alleged stealing a private woman’s internet connection. In a multimedia presentation, your eyes will be opened to what the CHRC really represents, and what a revolting crowd the “human rights” industry really is.  You’ll be shocked to learn about the hate filled bureaucrats who, with the immunity of the state, are able to propagate some of the worst racist material online.  Are they prosecuted?  NO, actually promoted

 

Sacred cows will be crushed. 30 years of censorship is about to come to an end!  Be part of history in the making, and come out to show your support.  Show that Canadians love freedom, and show the Tribunal, that Canadians will stand as silent witnesses to their trampling of 500 years of our enshrined rights.

 

FREEDOM WILL BE A VICTIM …. NO LONGER!!!!

 

 

Closing Arguments will be held at:

 

Holiday Inn Oakville Centre

Argus Ballroom

590 Argus Road

Oakville, Ontario

 

Sept 15 – 17, 2008

9:30am to 5:00pm daily

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It’s time to end the censorship of the extremist Canadian Human Rights Commission!

 

 

Stop Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act

 

http://www.StopSection13.com

http://www.freedomsite.org

http://blog.freedomsite.org

http://canadianhumanrightscommission.blogspot.com