Look who took time off from work!
Well, look who took time off from work at the Department of Defence's own mini-human rights commission to come take in the Justice Committee hearings about the Canadian Human Rights Commission -- and his corruption of them. None other than Richard Warman, serial complainant, multiple neo-Nazi membership holder, and defamer of Jews, gays and blacks.
Here's a picture of him entering the room (the bald man on the left):
And here's a picture of him chatting it up with Bernie "Burny" Farber, his enabler at the Canadian Jewish Congress. Burny's fellow CJC book-burner Eric Vernon is at right. The Official Jews are doubling down on censorship -- and on their favourite online Nazi. How embarrassing:
Burny, the Official Jew, apparently has no problem consorting with someone who wrote on a neo-Nazi website that Jews like Irwin Cotler are "scum". The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal thought that was "disturbing and disappointing", but not Burny.
Warman's serial neo-Nazi comments, his corruption of investigations, and his monopolization of section 13 complaints is really the whole reason this thing is before Parliament. It was his over-reach in the Warman v. Lemire case that had the law ruled unconstitutional; it was his abusive conduct that has so clearly caught the attention of MPs like Joe Comartin; it is his bully tactics that have turned the CHRC into what Athanasios Hadjis of the Tribunal calls "aggressive" and "confrontational", instead of mediating and conciliatory.
This whole, multi-million dollar boondoggle is his.
Which raises the question: why hasn't Warman been called to testify?
Why hasn't he been asked about his neo-Nazi comments?
Why hasn't he been asked about his entrapment tactics?
Why hasn't he been asked about his corruption of cases -- like his instructions to Hannya Rizk, a fellow investigator, to violate procedures?
If I were an MP on the committee, why would I want to hear people talking about Warman -- for him or against him -- when I could talk to the man himself?
He's not far away.