Toronto Blue Jays call Christian player “hateful” for supporting Bud Light boycott Does anyone think the Blue Jays would reprimand a Muslim for expressing his beliefs about gender?
Toronto Blue Jays call Christian player “hateful” for supporting Bud Light boycott
Does anyone think the Blue Jays would reprimand a Muslim for expressing his beliefs about gender?
Miller’s video showed him quoting scripture to encourage Christians to boycott Bud Light and Target for their respective anti-women and anti-children branding. (Bud Light reduced womanhood to a feeling, and Target sold Pride-friendly clothes to children, including bathing suits in the female section with a penis ‘tuck’.)
Chaos ensued. First, mainstream media outlets piled on Bass, calling for him to apologize. Some even said he should be kicked off the Blue Jays for good.
Bass caved to the pressure almost instantly. He deleted his post – but that wasn’t enough.
The next day at the Blue Jays clubhouse, Bass went to his manager’s office to apologize. The GM of the Blue Jays, Ross Atkins, was also present. But that wasn’t enough either.
His manager, John Schneider, told Bass that his apology needed to be louder. Bass then apologized to his teammates, as if Vladdy Guerrero Jr. honestly gave a flying fadoo.
Bass then issued an apology to the press.
On May 26th, Uganda’s parliament signed into law the “Anti-Homosexuality Act 2023”, which prescribes life imprisonment for homosexuality and the death penalty for “aggravated homosexuality”, as well as harsh penalties for the “promotion” of homosexuality.
The West’s reaction was swift.
President Biden called the Act the “the latest development in an alarming trend of human rights abuses and corruption in Uganda”, and said that his administration is considering the “application of sanctions”. Likewise, EU Foreign Affairs Representative Joseph Borell described the Act as “contrary to international human rights law”, and said that Uganda’s failure to protect its citizens “will undermine relationships with international partners”.
Now, I should mention that I agree with Biden and Borell: homosexuality should not be illegal. Yet I can’t help but notice their glaring hypocrisy.
Here are some of the countries where homosexuality is currently illegal: Nigeria, Algeria, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Qatar and the UAE. Notice anything? They’re some of Europe’s biggest energy suppliers, and in the case of Saudi Arabia one of America’s most important “allies”.
Calgary Mayor Jyoti Gondek congratulated Alberta Premier Danielle Smith and the United Conservative Party for winning the election.
“I look forward to building relationships with all Calgary MLAs and meeting with the premier in the days to come,” said Gondek in a Tuesday statement.
The mayor went on to say there is “no room for hate in a city and province that is slowly recovering from an economic recession that stood to cripple us.” Calgary rose up from the recession and created economic stability, with a strong workforce comprised of diverse people.
“That’s why homophobic, misogynistic, transphobic, and racist views cannot be tolerated,” she said.
Canadian Museum for Human Rights gets fact checked by Twitter Government-funded Twitter account gets fact checked for posting false information
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights’ Twitter post about 215 “discovered” Indigenous children’s remains got fact checked by the social media company for making the false claim.
Canadian Museum for Human Rights gets fact checked by Twitter
To date, no remains have been discovered.
The Museum’s post said “It has been two years since the remains of 215 children were discovered in unmarked graves at Kamloops Indian Residential School.”
The post attached a picture of dozens of pairs of children’s shoes, and a poster that read “Children should not be buried in school yards.”
The Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs is speaking out after a panel with people alleged to have spread antisemitism is scheduled to happen on Parliament Hill on Wednesday.
The Palestinian General Delegation to Canada and the Law for Palestine will be collaborating with NDP deputy leader Alexandre Boulerice, Green leader Elizabeth May, and Bloc Quebecois MP Mario Beaulieu (La Pointe-de-L’Ile, QC) to host this event, according to a Tuesday press release.
This event will discuss the chilling effects of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism. The Canadian government adopted the IHRA definition as part of its anti-racism strategy in 2019 and was embraced in US President Joe Biden’s National Strategy to Counter Antisemitism in May.
This Thursday (June 1, 2023 10am)he will finally have a hearing at the Federal Court, which marks the culmination of his long battle. He is now reaching out and asking for support. I urge all of you to come in great numbers to support André. If you are in Ottawa, you can attend in person, or you can join via Zoom. “I am arguing that I have been discriminated on the grounds of Genetic Characteristics. The Canadian Human Rights Commission says my case is frivolous and they do not want to send it to the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal for a proper investigation. I have now filed a judicial review at the Federal Court for a judge to determine if in fact I have enough evidence and a prima facie case of discrimination so the correct measures can be taken.”
CENSORSHIP Article 18 of the proposed “Pandemic Treaty” would empower the World Health Organization to “tackle false, misleading, misinformation or disinformation.”
Article 18 of the proposed “Pandemic Treaty” would empower the World Health Organization to “tackle false, misleading, misinformation or disinformation.”
Anthony Bass quotes Ephesians for Christians to not take part in the shameful acts, i.e. and to not buy Target.
Liberal Minister of Canadian Heritage Pablo Rodriguez told a House of Commons committee on Monday that incoming “online safety” legislation will address a two-year string of church burnings across Canada.
After initially claiming that his mandate doesn’t include faith-based communities, Rodriguez told Conservative MP Marilyn Gladu that proposed online hate laws will tackle the issue which has gone largely unaddressed by the federal Liberals.
“You said that faith based communities was not in your mandate letter. So I’m looking at the December 16, 2021 mandate letter that is out on the web for you,” said Gladu, pointing to the direct reference of faith-based communities.
Toronto’s York University claimed in its recently released “Decolonizing, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy” document that Christianity fuels colonialism – and referred to the religion practiced by millions of Canadians as an “ideology.”
York’s anti-Christian statement comes amid hate crimes against Catholics being on the rise in Canada, and Christianity continuing to be the world’s most persecuted religion.