BC Human Rights Complaint Jeopardizes Free Speech

PETITION TO: BC Human Rights Tribunal


BC Human Rights Complaint Jeopardizes Free Speech

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BC Human Rights Complaint Jeopardizes Free Speech

UPDATE: Mar. 28th, 2019

In a 104-page sophistry-filled ruling, the BC Human Rights Tribunal announced on Wednesday that Bill Whatcott has been found guilty of discriminating against Morgane Oger. It has been deemed "discriminatory" to even question transgenderism in public, according to this kangaroo court.

Bill has now been ordered to pay Mr. Oger $55,000 in "damages".

This is an outrageous affront to the free speech rights of every Canadian, threatening our ability to engage in meaningful public discourse.

According to our Constitution, our "fundamental freedoms" include:

(a) freedom of conscience and religion;
(b) freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication;
(c) freedom of peaceful assembly; and
(d) freedom of association.

It is difficult to see how Bill's fundamental freedoms are not violated by this Orwellian ruling.

For further reading, check out this LifeSite News article: https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/court-orders-christian-to-pay-55000-to-trans-politician-for-calling-him-biological-male

Dec. 11th to the 14th, Bill Whatcott will be defending himself before the BC Human Rights Tribunal concerning a complaint filed by "Ms." Morgane Oger, the vice-president of the BC NDP.

During the last election, Bill circulated flyers that revealed Oger's true biological identity and past life as a male. These flyers also shared the Biblical and scientific truth of our human gender identity: God created us male and female - and it is impossible to switch from one to the other. Oger objected to these flyers and complained that they were an "attack", exposing him and other transgender individuals to hatred.

Whether one agrees or disagrees with transgenderism and its underlying gender threory, we cannot allow the BC Human Rights Tribunal to close all debate on the subject. It is not up to this quasi-judicial body to decide which groups of people do and do not enjoy freedom of expression and religion. We all have the right to share our sincerely-held beliefs - whether other people like it or not. Without that right, we are no longer a democracy but a dictatorship!

Watch this video interview with Bill Whatcott from Culture Guard (Dec. 14th, 2018).

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Dismiss the Complaint Against Bill Whatcott

TO: BC Human Rights Tribunal

RE: Case# 16408 (Oger v. Whatcott)

In the case of Oger v. Whatcott, I ask that the complaint against Mr. Whatcott be dismissed immediately.

Mr. Whatcott freely admits producing flyers that identify the complainant's biological sex. He did this to provide the voting public with information about a public figure running for public office. The public has a right to know about the lives and backgrounds of those who are elected to represent them. This is necessary for a free and open society to function.

Mr. Whatcott's further comments on transgenderism are based both in scientific fact and in his Christian faith. Science has shown that it is impossible to truly change one's biological sex, and the Bible teaches it is sinful to try. The complainant may be personally offended by these statements, but they are a far cry from being an attack on anyone's dignity, feelings, reputation, or self-respect, as the complainant asserts.

Mr. Whatcott produced his flyer not as an act of hatred or hostility, but out of concern for the truth, for God's Word, and for the complainant's eternal soul.

If an ordinary citizen is no longer free to express his beliefs, opinions, and thoughts, especially when those are well-grounded in science and Christian tradition, then our society is no longer truly free. Our human rights code must never be used as an instrument of suppression, but rather as a force for freedom and liberation for all.

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