Ontario Attacks Human Liberty

Ontario going full blown tyrannical:

"Peer support groups, religious mentors, and even help from friends all depend on the constitutional right to freedom of assembly, freedom of association and freedom of speech. These rights are spelled out in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms in Canada’s supreme law, the Constitution. But these rights may end in Ontario and require the closure of self-help and peer support groups, or place them under the control of a government agency. Interactions for purposes of guidance could net a cleric, pastor or helpful friend a fine of up to $25,000 for a first offence. Clerics who are unable to pay the $25,000 fine for having provided spiritual guidance to individuals who experience emotional or spiritual distress may find themselves delivering their sermons from jail cells or seeing their congregations disbanded."

Remind me who are the 'extremists' again in this plot?

Coercion and violence.

The natural default position of the state.

"The government of Ontario is in the process of granting a monopoly to a politically selected group of people, the Ontario College of Psychotherapy, whose members will have a province-wide monopoly to treat “an individual’s serious disorder of thought, cognition, mood, emotional regulation, perception or memory [that] may seriously impair the individual’s judgment, insight, behaviour, communication or social functioning.” Membership in the college will be restricted to persons holding master’s degrees. Ontario plans to proclaim the College of Psychotherapy into law sometime this fall."

Naturally. Government excels at handing over monopolies of power to one group of people to hold over others.


And women.

"The officials at Ontario’s Ministry of Health and Long Term Care who are forming Ontario’s College of Psychotherapy may invoke the notwithstanding clause to bypass statutes in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms that assure citizens the freedom of peaceful assembly and freedom of speech. Totalitarian and police states intimidate citizens into restraining their verbal communication under threat of possible prosecution, allegedly for the greater good of the society. Ontario appears to be getting ready to enforce the standards of a totalitarian state by retraining citizens’ freedom of speech in helping fellow citizens emotionally and spiritually."

This is frightening shit. This is not Russia. It's Canada. One of the most boastful and insecure nations around. 

True north strong and...free.

Canadian intellectuals laud the notwithstanding clause as some form of brilliant idea.

On the contrary, it's a hideous piece of junk conceived by pathetic, petty and insecure minds.

I loathe this aspect of Canada's Charter.

In essence, we DO NOT HAVE LIBERTY. How can we if a clause can be used to 'revoke' it?

The most patriotic thing a Canadian can do is assert their individual rights. It's not an extreme position. It's a human right.

Alas, as often been said, we're too apathetic and invested in the socialist-democratic experiment to care or even be aware of the fact we have no rights when you get right down to it.


  1. It all comes down to where one thinks rights originate... the anointed leader(s) or inherent?

  2. The answer is inherent. Inherent rights v. anointed rights forms an important sub text in American politics. The left has taken to accepting the latter; the government giveth and taketh ye rights. Which makes them bankrupted buffoons. Canada clearly falls under this category thanks to those two evil words. The idea that rights are inalienable and reside in the sovereign individual is absent in Canadian political discourse. The point guard in 'safeguarding' our rights is the state.


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