We owe a huge thank you to letter writer Stephen Boissoin

Finally! A ruling by the Alberta Human Rights Commission was hauled before a real court of law.

Re. Dec. 4 news story headlined Judge rules against Alberta Human Rights Commission:

Finally! A ruling by the Alberta Human Rights Commission was hauled before a real court of law.

A real judge quashed their ruling as unlawful and unconstitutional! The public has known this commission to be a kangaroo court for years. The Alberta government ought to hang its head in shame for allowing this kangaroo court to exist for so many years in our province.

The human rights commission has been the puppet of the zealots of secular humanism who are dedicated to promote their perverse philosophy of life.

You will recognize these fanatics easily — they are usually well educated.

They are anti-Christian, anti-free speech and anti-morality.

Their goal is to bend the minds of our young people to undercut the fabric of our society — the glue that holds us honourably together. They consider themselves to be the elite thinkers, but, in fact, they are a waste of good skin.

We owe a huge thank you to Stephen Boissoin, who for seven long years endured the consequences of the unjust and mean-spirited ruling. And also a big thank you to the Canadian Constitution Foundation, a free-speech advocacy group.

The Alberta government ought to reimburse Boissoin for the huge costs he had to absorb to get a just ruling on this case.

Somehow, I have a feeling that, without a lawsuit, the provincial government will do nothing.

Maybe it is true, our present Conservative government is old, tired, arrogant and out of touch with the people, and out of touch with true Conservative values.

Jim Swan

Red Deer

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