“In a sense, this is the logical reductio of Section 13: now it’s not just the ‘human rights victims’ but the Commission itself complaining that all that matters is that their feelings have been hurt. Reading this ‘legal response,’ you’d think the CHRC had seceded entirely from the Canadian justice system. Which they have, more or less.
“That’s why they’re so determined to resist attempts to get them to conform to the norms of Canadian law. If the CHRC gets away with this, they will have established an important benchmark in confirming that the Star Chamber is now a law unto itself, in which the principles and precedents of Canada’s legal inheritance are entirely irrelevant.
“The problem for the Star Chamber is that Canada is not a terribly lucrative hate market, so to justify the racket they in effect act as prosecutor, judge, jury, and plaintiff. (…)
“They designate certain lobby groups as representatives of ‘potential victims’ and then invite them to find something to be a potential victim of.
“The operation of Section 13 by the ‘human rights’ apparatchiks is a scandal. Keith Martin is right. We need a Royal Commission — and, in the meantime, a cease-and-desist order from the Minister of Justice.”