Rabia Khedr claims that Johnston was “inciting violence” against Muslims, but that doesn’t seem to be true, unless by “inciting violence” Khedr means simply criticizing Islam. Unless he was directly calling for violence, this is evidence that Canada’s “anti-Islamophobia” motion M-103, contrary to promises, is indeed being applied as a binding law, and is not simply a condemnation of Islamophobia without legal force.
If Johnston were a vociferous critic of Christianity, would he have been arrested and charged?
You know the answer.
The freedom of speech is rapidly disappearing in the West, and most people have no idea that it is happening, or why it matters.
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