Center for Jewish Affairs Lobbying To Impose "Hate Speech" Laws 


There is a group in Canada attempting to change our laws by repeatedly lobbying our elected officials. And no, it is not Muslims, or an Islamic group. This is CIJA, the Center for Israel and Jewish Affairs. Consider it the Canadian version of AIPAC, trying to buy influence in Canada.

It is trying to enact hate speech laws, and criminalize criticism of their group, change immigration laws to make it easier to bring masses of foreigners into Canada. Not Israel, just Canada. In 2017, CIJA headed a Press Release announcing that "CIJA and more than 50 Diverse Community Organizations Unite Against Hate". They never define what constitutes a "hate crime" but it is obvious that by "hate crimes" they mean primarily Whites who question mass immigration and the forced diversification of Canada. They propose "policy recommendations for all levels of government", including:

  • Establishing uniform guidelines for the collection and publication of hate crime and hate incident data
  • Creating training programs for public, police, and prosecutors that allow for more consistent and effective enforcement of hate speech laws;
  • The creation of dedicated hate crime units for all sizeable police agencies; and
  • New measures to monitor and counter the spread of hate propaganda, which often serves as a precursor to violent radicalization.

They have also argued that "Holocaust Education is More Important Than Ever". They want more "Holocaust education" while pushing to make any questioning of their version to be viewed as an act of violence. The goal of this intensification of Holocaust education, they want us to believe, is "to prevent future genocide". But in truth the goal is to create a climate in which Whites are disallowed from questioning their genocidal replacement across the Western world. After all, the diversity establishment admits (and welcomes) the fact that Whites will be replaced in most Western countries.

In short, the Center for Israel and Jewish Affairs wants European style censorship and hate speech laws coming to Canada.

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