BREAKING NEWS: Over 20 Conservative MPs Endorse Repeal of Section 13
Written by Paul Fromm
Thursday, 17 November 2011 15:29
*BREAKING NEWS**: Over 20 Conservative MPs Endorse Repeal of Section 13*
*Dear Free Speech Supporter:*
*Political support is growing for Brian Storseth's private member's bill
(Bill C-304) to repeal Sec. 13 (Internet censorship) of the Canadian Human
Rights Act.*
*Have you called or written your MP to urge him/her to support this
important piece of legislation?*
*Here's Marc Lemire's report on the issue.*
*Public pressure is urgent.*
*Paul Fromm*
*Canadian Association for Free Expression*

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Back on September 30th, 2011 Conservative MP Brian Storseth (*Westlock—St.
Paul*) introduced Private Members Bill
*An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act (protecting freedom)*”. This
bill would repeal the notorious Section 13
<>of the
*Canadian Human Rights Act*and strip the censorship powers from the
fanatical *Canadian Human Rights Commission* and remove their ability to
censor content on the Internet. At the time Mr. Storseth introduced
his bill<>;
he received a very warm welcome from freedom lovers all over Canada and
also received very supportive editorials in the mainstream media.
Even Calgary’s Catholic Bishop came out to support the

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Unfortunately Bill C-304 is not a government bill, so it has a limited
chance to even pass. According to the *Parliament of Canada *Website, since
1910 only 235 private members bills have ever passed. (789 private members’
bills were introduced during the last Parliament alone, and only four
received Royal Assent). But this private members bill is a bit different!
Earlier today, Bill C-304 was to receive second
*House of Commons*in Ottawa. It appears to have been bumped from today’s
agenda due to the jobs Act, but as part of the introduction of the private
members bill, a list of
*”(supporters) was attached to Bill C-304. The “*seconders*” are Members of
Parliament who have read the act and publically declared their support for
it. Such a lengthy list of *seconders* is literally unheard of for a
private members bill.****

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Private member’s Bill C-304 has the announced

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- Mr. *Lemieux* (Glengarry—Prescott—Russell)****
- Mr. *Sorenson* (Crowfoot), ****
- Mr. *Toet* (Elmwood—Transcona), ****
- Mr. *Shipley* (Lambton—Kent—Middlesex), ****
- Mr. *Clarke* (Desnethé—Missinippi—Churchill River) ****
- Mr. *Miller* (Bruce—Grey—Owen Sound)****
- Mr. *Richards* (Wild Rose),
- Mr. *Trost* (Saskatoon—Humboldt), ****
- Mr. *Bruinooge* (Winnipeg South), ****
- Mr. *Lunney* (Nanaimo—Alberni) ****
- Mr. *Calkins* (Wetaskiwin)****
- Mr. *Chisu* (Pickering—Scarborough East),
- Mrs. *Smith* (Kildonan—St. Paul), ****
- Mr. *Bezan* (Selkirk—Interlake), ****
- Mr. *Payne* (Medicine Hat) ****
- Mr. *Hiebert* (South Surrey—White Rock—Cloverdale)****
- Mr. *Kramp* (Prince Edward—Hastings)****
- Mr. *Breitkreuz* (Yorkton—Melville)****
- Mr. *Tweed* (Brandon—Souris) ****
- Mr. *Sweet* (Ancaster—Dundas—Flamborough—Westdale)****

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*(The Journals Branch of the House of Commons limits the number of
seconders for a bill to 20 members .. so dozens more may support this Bill,
but are not listed)*

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Conservative MPs from coast to coast are lining up to support the repeal of
radical censorship by the “Human Rights”Commission using Section
With so many Conservative MPs speaking out for freedom, and the base
of the Conservative
Party overwhelmingly supporting the repeal of Section
why is the Prime Minister Stephen Harper not taking on Bill C-304 and
making it a government bill?****

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While Harper might be speaking out, his MPs certainly are. Wild Rose MP
Blake Richards <> issued a great press release
on November 11, 2011 where he denounced Section
it’s danger to freedom of expression. He wrote that: “
*A section of Trudeau-era legislation that purports to defend human rights
but which actually undermines one of those basic liberties – the freedom of
expression *…*I support the bill by my Conservative colleague Brian
Storseth, the M.P. for Westlock-St. Paul, to repeal Section 13 of the
Canadian Human Rights Act. Section 13 is as flawed as it is subjective on
the very issue of hate that it claims to combat, and it needs to go.*” ****

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Richards continues: “*Section 13 subjects citizens’ Charter freedoms of
thought, belief, opinion and expression to the whims of those who want to
suppress ideas they disagree with or find personally distasteful or
offensive, but which do not necessarily constitute hate. The Supreme Court
of Canada has indicated that Section 13 does not target expression that
some may find offensive, but that hasn’t stopped Human Rights tribunals
from accepting aggrieved persons’ sense of being offended as a basis for

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Conservative MP Blake Richards sums up his press

*Section 13 of the CHRA needs to be done away with and I will be voting in
favour of repeal*”****

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Bravo to Richards and to the other Members of Parliament who are standing
up for freedom and seeking to dismantle the tyranny of censorship,
which Section
13 <> enforces.****

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*-Marc Lemire*

*November 16, 2011*
Some great ideas for Christmas
Written by Paul Fromm
Wednesday, 16 November 2011 05:46
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Some great ideas for Christmas

Christmas 2011 -- Birth of a New Tradition

As the holidays approach, Asian factories are kicking into highgear to
provide North Americans

with piles of cheap goods.

Thisyear will be different. Canadians will give the gift of genuine
concern for others.

There is no longer an excuse that nothing we find is produced by North
American hands.

Yes there is!

It's time to think outside the box, people. Who says a gift needs to
fit in a box wrapped in Chinese wrapping paper?

EVERYONE gets hair cuts. How about a gift certificate from your
localhair salon/ barber?

Gym membership? It's appropriate for someone thinking about health

Who wouldn't appreciate getting their car detailed?

Are you one of those extravagant givers who think nothing of plonking
down $ on a Chinese made flat-screen? Perhaps that grateful
giftreceiver would like his driveway sealed, or lawn mowed in the
summer ordriveway plowed all winter.

There are a many small-owned restaurants offering giftcertificates.
What abouta few breakfasts at a local breakfast place?

Remember, NO National chains -- support your home town, folks who have
their financial lives on the line just to keep their doors open.

Who couldn't use an oil change for their car, truck ormotorcycle at a
shop run by a local working guy?

Thinking about a heartfelt gift for mom? Mom would LOVE the services
of alocal cleaning service for a day.

My computer could use a tune-up; I can find a young guy struggling to
get his repair business running.

OK, looking for something more personal? Local crafts people spintheir
own wool and knit them into scarves and sweaters.

Plan holiday outings at local, owner operated restaurants.

And, how about going out to see a play or movie atyour hometown

Musicians need love too, so find a venue showcasing a local band.

Honestly, people, do you REALLY need to buy a thousand Chineselights
for the house?

When you buy a $5 string of lights only aboutfifty cents stays in the

THIS is the new Canadian Christmas tradition.

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Wednesday, 16 November 2011 05:44
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November 8, 2011

Candidate Samm Tuttle with Ray Martin, Alabama Council of Conservative
Citizens and Paul Fromm, Nashville, T. November 5
Paul Fromm

* … slams “Assistant Vice-President: Equity, Diversity and
Inclusion” at Ryerson as a total waste of money;
* … supports John Crosbie, Lieutenant-Governor of Newfoundland
who’s being criticized for “inappropriate” joke about Muslem
suicide bombers;
* … skewers another Globe and Mail black crime story that tells us
* … dissects supposed need for fast tracking “skilled”
immigrants when Canada has 7.2% “official unemployment”;
* … reveals exciting new long shot candidate for President ( ) Samm Tittle.

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