Editors Note: The following letter to the Editor of the Ottawa Citizen is extremely important because it clearly demonstrates how a tiny minority of the population can effectively control an entire nation. The result of this Jewish manipulation is that Canadians no longer have the basic human right of free speech. Since the passage of section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act Canadians are prosecuted for merely stating undisputed facts about Israel and Jews.
The same type of sneaky covert manipulation is going on in many other countries and is gradually turning those nations into fascist police states where basic human rights are vanishing overnight.
Racism is wrong as is hating someone just because they choose to belong to a specific religion or are turned-on by someone of the same gender. However, hatred of something which is evil is a logical, just and moral response. Anti-hate laws may seem like a good thing on the surface but they aren’t necessary and are being used not to combat racism or xenophobia but to end free speech and opposition to the things which are wrong. They are used to protect the evil elements of our society which are rapidly corrupting human culture.
Jews are not a distinct race, they are no different genetically than Palestinians and there is nothing special about them physically. Judaism is a religious philosophy – a belief system and one which pits Jews against the rest of the world.
Judaism creates conflict because it is a religion of hatred towards non-jews. One only has to read the Torah or Talmud to realize this simple basic fact.
It is OK to hate what Israel does to Palestinians and it should be OK to talk about it, but if you try to talk about it in Canada you could go to jail.
Hatred of something evil or threatening is natural and leads to anger, anger leads to action, action resolves the problem and then there is no more reason to feel hatred for something vile. The threat is mitigated and life can go on. This basic instinct is how species protect themeselves. It is how a mother is stimulated to protect her child from someone who would hurt the child. It is how a society protects itself from threats to its well-being.
While hatred is natural and has a purpose, at the same time hatred should be controlled and quickly resolved and should not be encouraged beacause it can be destructive. Love can be much more effective way to mitigate threats to society in most cases.
There is indeed a Jewish menace to freedom. It is a sneaky, crafty and creeping menace that must be exposed for what it is – but, without hating Jews as a group. The more that Jews feel threatened the more they will try to protect themselves and force the passage of freedom-restricting laws. Hugging a Jew is probably more effective than hating one, in most cases.
In 1965 and 1966, the Canadian Jewish Congress helped organize the fledgling Canadian Nazi Party. That sounds crazy, but it’s true, and I wrote about it in Shakedown, my new book about Canada’s human rights commissions.
In a letter to the editor in the Citizen last week, the CJC’s current co-president, Rabbi Reuven Bulka, called my book’s description of the CJC’s role “fiction.” He said all the CJC did for the Nazis was buy them a bottle of rum.
It’s true that the CJC did buy drinks for Nazis in the 1960s. That’s pretty strange in itself, and I’d like to hear more of Rabbi Bulka’s thoughts on spending Jewish charitable donations that way. But the CJC did a lot more than that: they hired an ex-cop named John Garrity to go to work for the Canadian Nazi Party.
Garrity helped organize that rag-tag band of losers, though they never amounted to anything except for fodder for the press.
There were only a dozen active Nazis when Garrity joined them and they weren’t really a political party. He called them “harmless misfits,” and they were — their leader, John Beattie, was a nervous, gaunt, unemployed 24-year-old clerk who spent much of his time dodging angry Jews who tried to beat him up. (One of Garrity’s jobs was to help Beattie escape street fights.)
Garrity brought more than just rum to the Nazis. He brought with him pretty much the only organizational talent the group had. They put him in charge of membership. Garrity called himself the “Heinrich Himmler” of the party, and a “Nazi leader for the Jewish Congress.”
I’d like Rabbi Bulka’s thoughts on that, too.
Of course, Garrity helped his paymasters at the CJC, too, giving them information about the names of party members and donors. And when Garrity finally quit the Nazis, he wrote a tell-all about his adventure in Maclean’s magazine.
Garrity larded that report with personal insults toward Beattie and the Nazis. But he did acknowledge that they had never done, or even contemplated doing, anything illegal. All of the violence he witnessed was directed at Beattie, usually by Jewish vigilantes. “Sadly, it is the … anti-Nazi extremists who, in their attempts to destroy Beattie, provide him with most of the publicity he craves. If it weren’t for the riots and the assaults and the public protest meetings they hold, there’d be no real news in Beattie,” Garrity wrote.
And that is the importance of this story and why I put it in my book about human rights commissions. Beattie hadn’t done anything illegal. He was just a loser who believed in a discredited ideology. But the CJC wanted to bring in political censorship laws and I believe they needed to build up the threat to persuade Parliament to abridge Canada’s freedom of speech.
Garrity puffed up a group of Nazi nobodies into a national menace, first through organizational support and then through spectacular media publicity. And, sure enough, Parliament enacted section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act, which censors offensive speech. Ezra Levant, Ottawa Citizen