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Kathy Shaidle In London, Ontario, Talking About Canadian Human Rights Commissions
Here's video of a Kathy Shaidle speech I linked to earlier.
Tonightâ€™s question is: are Human Rights Commissions useful or obsolete? Something canâ€™t be called â€śobsoleteâ€ť if it was never â€śusefulâ€ť in the first place.
It is commonplace to insist that the HRCs were a good idea at the time, but theyâ€™ve veered off course. Some present at the creation claim they never imagined the HRCs could have evolved into what theyâ€™ve become.
Iâ€™d argue that they were never a good idea in the first place, and that any precocious 12 year old whoâ€™d accidentally watched Truffautâ€™s adaptation of Fahrenheit 451 on â€śSaturday Night At The Moviesâ€ť could have foreseen what they would turn into.