Michael Coren on the cops not protecting a woman who wrote a book about people not being protected by the cops:
What is most bothering is why the police or campus security did not drag these idiots from the stage and arrest them. The explanation as to why they didn’t is that there were safety concerns. So what?
Criminals sometimes get hurt, but that’s the risk you take when you commit a crime. And occupying a stage so as to prevent a speech by an invited guest is a public order offence punishable under the law.
But, once again, the hoodlums won. As when Ann Coulter was silenced, Mark Steyn forced to change venue, pro-lifers attacked and when native gangsters had their way in the very Caledonia so ably described by Blatchford in her book.
It was also extremely interesting to note that in some of the online comments that appeared when the story was written up in the Waterloo Record, someone identifying himself as Dan Kellar dismissed the part of the audience that opposed the protesters as “old white men” and “old white ladies.”
So apparently it’s the “anti-racists” who take skin colour into account when making their judgments, and “white” is obviously deemed second-class and unworthy. Activism works some strange transmutations. Anti-racism, meet racism: You are slopebrowed twins.