Via email newsletter today, from the ECP (Equipping Christians for the Public Square) Centre:
Human rights commissions are still a threat
Pick up the best affordable summary of the HRC threat today
Popular blogger and pundit Kathy Shaidle has written a very important book summarizing the human rights commission scandal across Canada.
If you’re like most Canadians, you’ve heard snippets here and there on the news and perhaps in a church bulletin insert about the tyranny of human rights commissions, but Kathy puts all the most important information together in a very concise and sharply written book, “The Tyranny of Nice.”
It is a very short book and only costs $10 – what book these days costs only $10?
I was genuinely surprised at the amount of information that she and Pete Vere packed into this little book. You don’t get short-changed of any of the most important information and analysis.
If you want a book that is easy to read and that will provide you with a very good overall picture of the harm caused to Canada and our fundamental freedoms by the human rights commissions which exist across the country, I strongly encourage you to pick up a copy of Kathy’s book from the ECP Centre’s bookstore.
At that price and size, these books also make excellent gifts for friends and neighbours who need to be made aware of this danger to all of our fundamental freedoms: Our freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, freedom of religion, freedom of assembly and even freedom of the press.
For many years, Christians particularly have been guilty of giving up the fight too quickly. The tide doesn’t turn in our direction too often, but there has been good news with victories against censorship with the federal human rights commission and the Section 13 battle.
But we have to push this victory and expand it to the provincial human rights commissions. We need to broaden the support for reforms among friends and neighbours in order to help put some steel in the backbones of cowardly politicians who don’t want to take a stand for freedom of speech and freedom of religion.
If you don’t yet possess a good overall presentation of the threat of Canada’s human rights commissions, with documentation from many of the cases across the country – or if you want an additional copy of such a book to pass out to friends – I encourage you to drop by the ECP Centre’s book store by clicking on this link.
Scroll down and you will find “The Tyranny of Nice” for only $10 (+ GST and S/H). If you don’t feel comfortable with online transactions, we can also take your credit card info over the phone or a cheque: 613-496-0091; PO Box 7, Russell, ON K4R 1C7.
We recently purchased 100 copies of this book because we want to get copies of it out to as many people as possible. When these sell out, we will try to get more copies. Visit our bookstore today to pick up your copy – and please send us your comments/review when you’ve finished it.
The ECP Centre is hosting the Freedom and Family Conference in Burlington, Ontario, October 23 and 24.
The theme is “Where Rights Meet Responsibilites” — a favorite theme of mine:
John Carpay of the Canadian Constitution Foundation will be talking about the legal work CCF does with court cases that threaten to destroy our freedoms in Canada.
You will hear from Michael Coren, a broadcaster, columnist and author who is on the front lines of this battle every day.
And Mary Mackert, a former wife of a polygamist man, will talk about the importance of holding the line against the perverted, woman-exploiting practise of polygamy.