The HRCs’ leftist defenders say these tribunals were originally created to mediate housing and employment disputes that smacked of racial or gender discrimination.
They insist that if only we heartless right-wing troglodytes who demand the HRCs’ immediate abolition understood this, surely we’d soften our stance.
They say these commissions only need a little reform; a few tweaks and they’ll return to their original, well-intentioned mandate.
That’s exactly what some of us fear. (…)
Particularly amusing was the conclusion that “while Munroe was diagnosed with an undisclosed ‘chronic medical condition,’ he was not dying and in turn did not qualify for priority housing.” (“Apt. for rent—corpses preferred.”)
Furthermore, the tribunal heard testimony that “the immigrants in question may have been victims of domestic violence, which…would account for why they were offered social housing so quickly.” (“Room to let—bruised females only.”)