• ross1948 23:17 on June 14, 2014 Permalink Reply  

    Dominion in Decay – Decent Canadian Values Beyond the Pinko Pale!

    Who trusts a lawyer?

    There are some decent sorts in the legal profession, but evidently there are a lot of pinko creeps with a powerful distaste for religious liberty too, especially in British Columbia.


    • trinity w uni
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    • According to LSN, the Law Society of British Columbia, by 3210 votes to 968, passed a non-binding resolution to direct the board of governors to u-turn on their recent decision to grant accreditation to Trinity Western University.

    These intolerant snivellers based their entire case on the fact that, as a Christian college, TWU expects certain moral standards from its student body.


    Bob Kuhn
    But what has incensed the pinkos?
    Was it TWU’s stance against –
    the use of vulgar/obscene language?
    the viewing of pornography?
    the possession or use of alcohol on campus?
     “sexual intimacy that violates the sacredness of marriage between a man and a woman?”
    I’d have some problems fitting in there, given the fact that I enjoy a drink and am driven to bad language by legal lice.
    But those are not the flies in the ointment for BC’s bigots.
    Have a guess what is!
    Michael Mulligan

    The  villain of the story – Michael Mulligan

    Victoria lawyer Michael Mulligan, who initiated the special meeting, argues that the Community Covenant is discriminatory towards homosexuals and that there is no place in Canada for a law school that holds traditional Christian beliefs.

    So this  dork is quite relaxed about a ban on booze, but gets his wig in a twist on behalf of homos?

    That’s Canada today, folks – anything that might upset sexually abnormal individuals is the bete noire that sets the inquisiition in motion.




    “We are assessing an institution that wishes to discriminate based on sexual orientation,” said Mulligan, according to the CBC.

    In fact, the ban on extramarital activity also applies to unmarried normals, not just queers, but that’s not going to assuage the uptight likes of Mulligan!





    Kuhn is surely right when he says that “in a free and democratic society, the faith of TWU graduates cannot preclude them from practicing law. A just society protects the rights of religious minorities.”


    But then, as I have said before, Canada is hardly a free and just society any longer.

    • trudeau-salute-w220 Pierre Turdeau
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    • It is infinitely less free than it was in the Fifties and Sixties, before Turdeau’s ghastly Charter was enacted – a Charter, remember, which, when approved by Pariament, specifically excluded sexual aberration as one of the grounds on which Canadians were not permitted to discriminate.
    • The unlamented marxist Turdeau surely knew he could count on lawyers on the courts to thwart that democratic decision.



    And justice?

    Well that depends on the qualities of those with the professional duty to practice law.

    And in BC, at least, a large majority of those who care enough to vote obviously care nothing for one of our basic civil liberties.

    Oh, and Ontario, and Nova Scotia too.

    The other provinces have approved TWU, except for Manitoba, New Brunswick, Quebec, the Northwest Territories, and the Yukon, which are still debating the issue..

     I’d like to be optimistic, but other news coming out of Canada makes me wonder if the rot has set in too deeply to be cleansed.

    I’ll be posting again on Canada’s moral collapse next week.




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