New bill would criminalize protests and offensive remarks in parts of Canada

Days after a man was assaulted in Vancouver for presenting a differing opinion to a group of militant trans activists in front of an indifferent police force, a Toronto official introduced new legislation that would see that victim treated as a criminal.

On Tuesday, Hong Kong-born Ontario Provincial Parliament member Kristyn Wong-Tam introduced Bill 94. Known as the “Keeping 2SLGBTQI+ Communities Safe Act, 2023,” a bill that would establish a Safety Advisory Committee as well as grant new powers to the attorney general.

As explained by Wong-Tam, the AG could create a “community safety zone to prohibit, within 100 meters of the property, any homophobic/transphobic act of intimidation, threat, offensive threats, offensive remarks, protests, disturbance and distribution of hate propaganda within the meaning of the criminal code.”

“It also comes with it a penalty of $25,000 if prosecuted successfully,” she noted.

Perhaps a better way of stating that would be, “New bill would criminalize protests and offensive remarks in parts of Canada. When you put crazy people in charge of society …”

As Wong-Tam said surrounded by a veritable alphabet soup of rainbow representation, “The topic that brings us here is deadly serious.”

“The rise of hate and violence facing the 2SLGBTQI+ communities, including the drag artists, happening across Ontario and right (across) the nation has been alarming,” she went on claiming, “Drag artist, their audiences, the business and the facilities that host those drag performance have been put at risk.”

“Unless we put forward a strategy to protect them, Ontario’s social, economic and cultural richness is under attack. We have to protect that,” the politician contended.

What Wong-Tam didn’t address was the dangers posed to those who disagree with the radical queer ideologues. For example, noted psychologist Dr. Jordan B. Peterson had been drummed out of academia for his refusal to acknowledge the delusions of others via their corruption of grammar and the diktat that others use their “preferred pronouns.”

Meanwhile, Friday at a “Trans Day of Visibility” rally that took place at a public park in Vancouver, Chris Elston, an activist working to protect children from harmful medical interventions like puberty blockers and genital mutilation, found himself the victim of assault and police contempt after he was treated as the antagonist, accused of “inciting violence” for sharing his opinion in public.

Furthermore, Wong-Tam’s legislation does not establish permanent zones that Canadians would know to avoid should they have concerns about their widely accepted opinions potentially bankrupting them. Rather, it grants the AG power to designate, seemingly without restriction, any area as a temporary “safety zone” that would then be published on a government website for public notice.

However, Canadians can rest assured knowing that “nothing in this Act prevents peaceful protests or demonstrations,” you know, so long as those protests and demonstrations are approved perspectives according to the state.


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