Thursday 12 August 2010

The Jew-hater should be sent to prison then deported

Canada has laws that prohibit hate propaganda and the promotion of genocide.

Hate propaganda, defined as 'the promotion of hatred against identifiable groups,' became a criminal offence in Canada in 1970, when laws against it were adopted as amendments to the Criminal Code (sections 318-320). In that same year, Canada ratified the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, which had been adopted by the UN in 1965 and signed by Canada in 1966. The Canadian Human Rights Act and various provincial human-rights acts also address the issue of hate propaganda. While the League for Human Rights and several other organizations, as well as many studies and commissions, have proposed changes to strengthen the effectiveness of the existing legislation, there is almost universal agreement on the need for effective laws to deal with hate propaganda.

Keegstra in Alberta and Andrews and Smith in Ontario were charged and convicted under the hate-propaganda laws. Although the respective provincial Courts of Appeal reached opposite conclusions on the constitutionality of section 19 of the Charter, in 1990 the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the hate-propaganda legislation, albeit by the narrowest majority. Concern for the values inherent in sections 15 and 27 of the Charter, and for those in the international agreements to which Canada is a signatory, played a significant role in that decision, which underscored the need to preserve the delicate balance between individual and group rights that is the mark of a free and democratic society.

The battle against racism and anti-Semitism will ultimately be won through increased efforts to incorporate multicultural, anti-racist, and human-rights education in our schools and to start this training as early as possible. Many school boards have race and ethno-cultural equity policies on the books, but lack of in-service training of teachers and administrators often leaves staff powerless in knowing how to handle incidents of racism, and may even result in the staff being as much part of the problem as part of the solution. There is a need for education and awareness at every level of the educational system, from early childhood through post-secondary, from teachers' federations to the ministries and departments of education. Students must be helped to stand up to racism instead of being either victims or perpetrators of harassment. Teachers must be given the skills to identify and handle expressions of racism and to develop a curriculum that is both pro-active and anti-racist. We must turn Holocaust denial into Holocaust education, and cries of 'reverse discrimination' into advocacy for organizational change, employment, and educational equity.

It is also against the law in Canada to promote genocide. Section 318 of the Canadian Criminal Code states that every one who advocates or promotes genocide is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years. In this section, ‘genocide’ means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy in whole or in part any identifiable group (means any section of the public distinguished by colour, race, religion or ethnic origin namely (a) killing members of the group; or (b) deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction.

In January 2008 the police were investigating Salman Hossain, who was then living in Mississauga, Ontario after he allegedly posted messages online saying he enjoyed “watching the blood flow from the western troops” and allegedly said “the Jews are literally the most treacherous nation on the face of the Earth.”

Hossain, who calls himself "a regular Muslim supporting the jihad overseas" and a "buddy/acquaintance" of the Toronto 18 terrorists, has a history of making provocative statements on the Web. In 2007, he called for terrorist attacks in Canada, supported the killing of Canadian soldiers and made offensive comments about Jews. In his 2007 rantings, he said in part; “Kill as many western soldiers as well so that they think twice before entering foreign countries on behalf of their Jew masters.” He was investigated by CSIS, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Ontario Provincial Police but no charges were laid against him.

Mr. Bentley, the Ontario Attorney General told the Canadian Jewish Congress on October 1, 2009, that Hossain was not charged because he had refrained from making such statements for over a year and was undergoing rehabilitation. But obviously, he hadn’t changed at all.

In one of his new Internet messages, he said in part the following month on November 19, 2009, "The Jews and their allies as a collective must be exterminated. A proper invasion and genocide/slaughter is necessary to punish them. We must kill them off, as many of them as possible." unquote

Three months after police launched an investigation into this Canadian who uses a website to call for the genocide of Jews, no charges were laid and he has continued to advocate for racist violence. The Ontario Provincial Police completed their investigation and their findings presented to the office of Ontario Attorney-General Chris Bentley, who by law was decide whether or not to proceed with charges.

The National Post reported on March 1, 2010 that police were again investigating Hossain. The Bangladesh-born Canadian was subsequently suspended from York University and left Canada. In doing so, he had the audacity to announce publicly on his website;

"I do not believe in 'Canadian' values whatever they mean. I forfeit my Canadian citizenship and will not literally participate in their fabricated judicial system."
He still continues to advocate for the mass killing of Jews on a U.S.-based conspiracy theory website.

He did not respond to interview requests but his "official spokesman" wrote in an email to a Post reporter: "You need to stop your harassment of Salman Hossain because he's not the only one calling for your execution.... Every last Jew on planet Earth needs executed immediately."

We as Canadians; don’t want a Jew-hater who stated on his website on February 11, 2010, that “a genocide should be perpetrated against the Jewish populations of North America and Europe." On April 1, he posted; "The Final Solution will be to eliminate the Terrorist Jewish community via mass executions from the face of this Earth." and on May 2, 2010, he posted; "Jews around the United States, Canada and Europe should start getting rounded up and executed via acts of collective punishment." Then on May 19th, he posted; "We must bring the war to the West. Millions of the Western populations have to be killed off and permanently suffering with nuclear radiation since they openly co-operate with the Jews in the war on Islam." On May 19th, he posted another message which said; "It would be my ultimate wet dream to see half the population of the United States (150 million) and one-third of Canadians (11 million) get slaughtered."

Finally, the Attorney general of Ontario on July 8, 2010, ordered the OPP to put out an arrest warrant for Salman Hossain. He is now facing charges of willfully promoting hatred and advocating or promoting genocide against an identifiable group. Hossain’s words and actions speak for themselves and thusly, he must be held accountable under the law.

Arresting this piece of human garbage is going to be a problem because he is somewhere in South Asia. His current address is presently unknown. He is still making his obscene rantings on his US-based website. Even if the Americans pull the plug on his website, he can use the services of another provider elsewhere.

No doubt the particulars of his arrest warrant with be sent to Interpol so if he tries to leave the country he is currently in by plane, he can be arrested at the gate.

Canada will pay for the expense of bringing this creep back to Canada to face charges. And he will be convicted and hopefully, he will be given the maximum sentence (5 years) that can be awarded in Canada for the crimes he is facing. However in Canada, when a convict has served two-thirds of his sentence, he can be released back into society. He will then however be on parole and one of the conditions of his parole would be that he is not to own or use a computer in any manner whatsoever.

Further, he may have to wear an ankle bracelet that will let the authorities know where he is at all times while he is waiting to be deported back to Bangladesh where he came from.

He has stated for the record that he has chosen to forfeit his Canadian citizenship so can Canada deport him? His renunciation of his Canadian citizenship renders him inadmissible to remain in Canada given his Canadian conviction of advocating genocide which is going to be a certainty. Canada will seem like heaven to this piece of human garbage when he is sent back to Bangladesh; a country that still remains a poor, overpopulated, and inefficiently-governed country.

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