Canada: Who Exactly Gets Sent to Prison for Their Speech?

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 4, 2019

Tucker Carlson was doing a bit on Canadian schools changing “LGBT” to “LGGBDTTTIQQAAPP” this week and invited on some guy with a bow tie and red glasses from Canada to explain it.

The guy is the former leader of the Liberal Party. I didn’t catch his name, because who cares?

His glasses look like a Snapchat filter.

He couldn’t really explain it. It was sort of a silly gotcha for Tucker to ask him what all those letters stand for, because no one would know that. But he couldn’t explain why kids would need to learn about all of these different bizarre sexualities.

Of course, the reason is that the Jews who think this stuff up want kids to be anything other than normal heterosexuals.

The bow tie man said that Canada doesn’t really care what anyone thinks, if someone doesn’t like all of this weird sex stuff, that’s okay, that’s just their opinion. Tucker came back with the fact that when people disagree with the liberal agenda in Canada, they get sent to prison for hate speech.

The guy started saying that this was a lie, that no one had ever been sentenced to prison in Canada for hate speech, and started asking Tucker to name the people who this had happened to.

The guy might have genuinely not been aware that Canada has these laws, but it actually looked like he was trying to bait him into talking about Holocaust denial, as those cases are the most famous prison sentences for speech in Canada.

In particular, Ernst Zundel was constantly being jailed in Canada for saying the Holocaust didn’t happen. Then he moved to the United States and Canada requested his extradition from the United States, then locked him up as a national security threat before sending him to be put on trial in Germany for hurting the feelings of the Jews. He was then jailed in Germany.

Here’s a documentary about his first Canadian trial for thoughtcrime.

The heroic lover James Sears is also now tied up in the legal system for making fun of Jews. He’s already been convicted and he’s supposed to be sentenced this month. They’re asking he be given a year in jail for the high crime of not believing everything Jews tell him.

But there is all sorts of stuff you’re not allowed to say in Canada. It’s actually nuts.

Just look at this Wikipedia page about their hate crimes laws. It lists off many cases.

Offenses include:

  • Rwandan refugees spreading hatred against an enemy tribe
  • French Canadians spreading anti-French propaganda as a false flag against the Anglos
  • Quoting Bible verses about homosexuality (a whole bunch of cases of that)
  • Improper artistic renderings of the goddess Shiva

And it goes on and on.

Of course, the majority of them are people who question Jews, but the list of weird things you can be prosecuted for saying in Canada is open-ended. Literally anyone can go to the government and demand you be locked up for hurting their feelings by saying something.

It is hard to believe anyone believes that is good – it’s actually very frightening to most normal people. Which is probably why when Canadians go on American talk shows, they just deny it’s happening.