Tuesday, December 07, 2010
Julian Fantino: Does he want to abolish the Charter of Rights and Freedoms?
It is simply unbelievable and utterly disgusting the way Mr. Fantino, newly elected MP from Toronto area, disparaged the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. I heard him on CBC saying that the Charter got in his when he was police chief. Too bad for Fantino as the Charter is not that easy to abolish or even amend. Does this man want to turn Canada into a police state?
What were his constituents thinking when they elected this man as their MP. There should be a way to recall this man. We sure don’t need people like him in Parliament. If Harper has any respect for Canadian values then he must kick this man out of the Conservative caucus. The Charter of Rights and Freedoms protects individuals from governments and violation of rights by government agencies and protects individual basic rights in general. Fantino gives the impression that police should have the final word on individual rights – a police state.
Mr. Fantino, I have news for you, Canadians do believe in individual rights and protection of these rights and they will like to Forget You and get rid of you as an MP.
Read a story on him here. Recommend this post