The Political Prisoner – The Danielle Metz Show 070

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Jul 312019
 


Audio as broadcast on WBCQ

Tommy Robinson was sentenced to Belmarsh prison in London, England. It is a high security prison, housing serial killers and terrorists. It is essentially a vicarious death sentence. His crime? Contempt of court. Or at least that’s what the records state. His true crime is journalism. He reported on the Muslim rape gangs running rampant in England which the dirty little secret of the mass immigration embraced by the globalist elites.

Britain has indeed fallen.

Join Danielle and Robert as they discuss how soon we in North America will follow and how to stop it.

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615 – For the people – Guests: Maxime Bernier and Salim Mansur

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Jul 252019
 

With Maxime Bernier

Following a dramatic turn of events, Just Right’s regular contributor Salim Mansur has joined the team of Maxime Bernier’s newly-formed PEOPLE’S PARTY of CANADA (PPC) and will be that party’s candidate for London-North-Centre as Canadians head towards the October 21 federal election. Both Salim and Maxime join us today to tell a story that you will likely not hear in the mainstream media.

Having already spent ten months campaigning to be nominated as the Conservative Party (CPC) candidate for the riding, Salim’s Conservative candidacy was rejected on the grounds that his views would be considered ‘Islamophobic,’ one of many critical issues that the Conservative Party refuses to discuss. Given that Salim’s views on Islamism have long been known far and wide, it is disgraceful that the CPC allowed him to campaign on that party’s behalf for so long before rejecting his candidacy. And of course, the irony that Salim is a Muslim himself cannot be escaped.

Fortunately, Salim’s voice will not be silenced, thanks to Maxime Bernier’s principled support of freedom of speech.

What the experiences of both Salim and Maxime illustrate is that the Conservative Party of Andrew Scheer is no different that Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party. A political victory for either of those parties represents a clear loss for Canada and the Canadian people. Continue reading »

Jul 142019
 

Former tenured Professor of Psychology at Acadia University, Dr. Rick Mehta uses his personal experience of being fired, ostensibly for his political views, to make the case that Canada’s labour laws offer no protection to academics in matters of academic freedom.

Dr. Mehta was presenting at the Annual General Meeting of the Society For Academic Freedom and Scholarship (SAFS) on May 4th at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario.

The Curious Case of The Missing Senators – The Danielle Metz Show 067

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Jul 102019
 


Audio as broadcast on WBCQ

Where did eleven Republican senators from Oregon go?

To Idaho, of course, in order to run out the clock on a punitive cap and trade proposal proposed by the Oregon Democrats who control the House of Representatives, the State Senate, and the Governorship.

They didn’t have the numbers to stop it, but they had enough numbers to prevent a quorum and therefore let it die.

Was this the right move to make? Join Danielle and Robert as they discuss whether principle trumps procedure.

The Right to Anonymity – The Danielle Metz Show 064

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Jun 122019
 


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With so much of our personal lives being recorded, judged and put on display, we’ve lost the very thing that defines civilization: privacy. With real life implications to virtual actions, via punitive regimes such as the Chinese Social Credit System, the Common Identity Repository, and Silicon Valley itself, how can we protect ourselves from being de-personed?

Join Danielle and Robert as they discuss the implications of Big Brother in both its political and corporate forms.

Jun 062019
 

Miley Cyrus

Canada has had no abortion laws for some 31 years now. When U.S. vice president Mike Pence visited Canada last week, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a point of raising the abortion issue with him by expressing his concern over women’s access to abortion in certain U.S. states. Many observers thought this inappropriate, given that the purpose of Pence’s visit was to promote the new trade deal between the two countries.

With recent changes to abortion laws in some American jurisdictions, a debate long thought settled is clearly not so. What has become clear after years of abortion’s availability is that it has not cured the social ills it was expected to solve.

A relatively unique characteristic of the abortion debate is that, while the issue has its extremely polarized opponents (who favor a total prohibition of abortion) and proponents (who want free abortions on demand), most people do not find themselves in either of these two camps. For most people, the availability of abortion is acceptable under certain conditions and not acceptable under other conditions.

Where one draws the line on abortion can be an extremely complicated consideration, taking into account many factors beyond the procedure itself. Continue reading »

The Soy Boy Ploy – The Danielle Metz Show 063

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Jun 052019
 


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Is veganism a creed subject to protection under the Human Rights Commission of Ontario? We may soon find out as a firefighter has filed a complaint against his employer on the grounds that his diet was not sufficiently accommodated whilst fighting a massive forest fire in B.C.. He self-identifies as an “ethical vegan” which he claims is a creed and therefore must be catered to by his employer.

What exactly is a creed and what obligations do employers have to accommodate the personal preferences of their employees?

Join Danielle and Robert as they discuss so-called “human rights” versus personal choices.