Last week, I mentioned a story about how a character from the show Kenny vs. Spenny won a contest to piss off the most people by having this banner flown over Toronto, Canada:
Now, Dean Skoreyko of British Columbia has “filed a human-rights complaint alleging religious discrimination…”
Skoreyko, who once sought the nomination to run for the federal Conservatives in Okanagan-Shuswap, told the National Post he filed the complaint on behalf of the silent majority that would object to such antics. He said he wanted to make the point that the human-rights system applies double standards, favouring only minority interests.
I’m trying to figure out which of his rights were violated… I’m coming up empty.
And where exactly is the discrimination?
You can dislike what was done, but not every offensive sign deserves a lawsuit.
(via The Freethinker)