So that’s four defamation suits, all filed or threatened by members of the “human rights” industry. And then there’s the two “human rights” complaints themselves (one of which was abandoned, one of which continues against me). And then there are other legal assaults (twelve of them, actually) that have been thrown at me, which I’ll describe another day.
And then there’s the odd death threat.
If that sounds excessive, you’re getting the picture. It’s a strategy. It’s called “lawfare”, and it’s an attempt to smother me under so many hassles and costs that I abandon my criticism of Canada’s HRCs and their abuse of real human rights, like freedom of speech.
Instead of rebutting my criticisms, these folks think that if they just throw enough nuisance suits at me I’ll pack up and leave.
Not bloody likely.
And not as long as I have the support of the blogosphere to cover my legal fees. I know that support frustrates my antagonists. See, this is the part in their fantasy where I’m supposed to crumple under the weight of their lawsuits, and beg for their forgiveness — like so many of their previous targets have done. This isn’t where I’m supposed to say “not bloody likely.”