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Canadian Heritage committee  Do I still have a minute?

September 27th, 2017Committee meeting

Jay Cameron

Canadian Heritage committee  That's wonderful. I'll say this. There's a difference between trash and hate. I could say that the testimony of the witness from CSIS was trash, and that would basically say it was garbage, I disagreed with all of it, and there was nothing of value in it. That's what he's saying

September 27th, 2017Committee meeting

Jay Cameron

Canadian Heritage committee  Oh.... The answer is in my paper, sir.

September 27th, 2017Committee meeting

Jay Cameron

September 27th, 2017Committee meeting

Jay Cameron

Canadian Heritage committee  I am not sure exactly how long I have.

September 27th, 2017Committee meeting

Jay Cameron

Canadian Heritage committee  I'll do my best.

September 27th, 2017Committee meeting

Jay Cameron

Canadian Heritage committee  Thank you, sir. It is no more possible to legislate against hate than it is to legislate for love. Nobody can compel another person to love. Nobody can compel another person not to hate. It's not the role of government. The role of government is to uphold constitutional freedoms

September 27th, 2017Committee meeting

Jay Cameron

Canadian Heritage committee  Racism is something you can't legislate against, per se, because it begins in the mind. It exists in the mind. In a multicultural society, where you have a lot of different people, a lot of different religions, and a lot of different perspectives, everybody thinks they are right

September 27th, 2017Committee meeting

Jay Cameron

Canadian Heritage committee  Uphold the rights of the citizens. What is in the best interests of this country is more freedom, not more laws.

September 27th, 2017Committee meeting

Jay Cameron

Canadian Heritage committee  My understanding is that witnesses last week presented in front of the committee about state-funded initiatives to promote multiculturalism in the Jewish and Islamic faith and in the Christian faith. So the government is abundantly making efforts to ensure that people respect eac

September 27th, 2017Committee meeting

Jay Cameron

Canadian Heritage committee  Thank you. Interestingly, when the widespread use of female genital mutilation by Iraqi Kurds was reported, some members of influential Islamic and Arabic organizations in the diaspora scandalized the findings. They accused Wadi of trying to insult Islam and spread anti-Islamic

September 27th, 2017Committee meeting

Jay Cameron

September 27th, 2017Committee meeting

Jay Cameron

Canadian Heritage committee  Honourable members of Parliament, thank you for having me here today. I'm here on behalf of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms. It's a registered charity, non-partisan and non-religious, and it receives no government funding. It's dedicated to upholding the charter

September 27th, 2017Committee meeting

Jay Cameron

Justice committee  I'm surprised by the question, sir, because you're a lawyer. You know, in the legal context, there is a prerequisite that can be put into the law to require that something happen as a prerequisite for something else happening. For example—

April 11th, 2017Committee meeting

Jay Cameron

Justice committee  I think there's a basic assumption in your question which betrays the fallacy that undermines it, and it's that you're making an assumption that people are going to disobey the law or ignore the law. What is the point of having a law—

April 11th, 2017Committee meeting

Jay Cameron