Avoid a Cayman bill of rights

Speaking as a Canadian, I would strongly urge all your readers to pay heed to Mr. Sykes and avoid any notion of a bill of rights like the plague.

Twenty-five years of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms has done nothing but diminish the freedom of Canadians to speak their mind and associate with whom they wish, and turn what were once the assumed rights of Englishmen into privileges to be decided by ever more intrusive government meddlers.

The recent Internet videos showing the ordeal of Ezra Levant before one of our provincial Human Rights Commissions has made a laughingstock of Canada; Mr. Calder is entirely correct in describing it as madness.

Shawn Eavis

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