“Right now, we need a Royal Commission on the current workings of Human Rights Commissions! Many people may have been harmed — delayed or denied justice or right — to use the terms of Magna Carta itself.
“And many such people are not articulate. They are not Mark Steyns or Ezra Levants. They just go away broken, and unable to explain exactly what happened to them.
P”recisely the beauty of Royal Commissions is that they begin the difficult and patient process of hearing from such people and piecing together their stories, forming a general picture that leads to findings of fact.
“I think — from what I have heard — that the Government of Canada and its ten provinces will be shocked at what has been done in their names. But today, at least, I can be proud.”