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Correspondence with Canadian Citizens For Charter Rights And Freedoms
(C3RF, www.canadiancitizens.org, M-103, Islamophobia, etc.)

Canadian Citizens For Charter Rights And Freedoms.
Canadian Citizens For Charter Rights And Freedoms.

Table of contents

1) S. Jetchick (2017-August-04)
2) R. Cooper (2018-March-13-1)
3) S. Jetchick (2018-March-13)
4) R. Cooper (2018-March-13-2)

1) S. Jetchick (2017-August-04)

[No e-mail on web site, but sent hyperlink to this
web page, along with my full coordinates, at 17h36
on 2017-August-04.]

Good day,

A friend sent me Stop Sharia in Canada! Now! by Mr. Rod Taylor,
the National Leader of the CHP. In that article, he first
recommends to: "Educate yourself. Visit the C3RF website",
which I dutifully did.

I read your Mission Statement. I agree with many aspects of it:

	- Iqra Khalid's Motion M-103 [...] stands to adversely impact the
	ability of Canadians to express themselves freely.

	- Motion M-103 [...] levels the charge that everyday Canadians and
	their institutions are riddled with "systemic racism and religious

	- The use of the term "Islamophobia" [... is] alarming in that it is
	part of a well-funded Muslim Brotherhood public relations campaign
	to [...] replace Canadian Law with sharia law, strike fear into
	[all Canadians], and put a chill on legitimate criticism of [...]


Unfortunately, there are many things I find strange, even untrue,
in your Mission Statement. First, you use weasel-words instead of
speaking of Islam. Canadians have a right to criticize Islam. Period.
Not just "political Islam" (whatever that is, since Islam
specifically does not distinguish between Church and State),
nor just "Islamic extremists" (they are not extremists; they
read the Koran, understand the meaning of what is plainly said in
that book, and observe that this corresponds to the behavior of
the founder of Islam, as described by the hadiths).

Second, "the LGBT community" is another weasel-word. Moreover,
you speak as if they were all in favor of freedom of speech,
which is untrue for many people with same-sex attractions. Just
try handing out flyers containing medical truths about sodomy
at the Toronto "Justin Trudeau" Shame parade, as I did last year.

Thirdly, I could be wrong, but I did not find anywhere on your
web site any names or pictures or addresses of anybody. For
all I know, you could be a front for the Muslim Brotherhood,
and any donations sent to you could end up financing the
Islamic State!

I show my face and name and address.

And I have tried to make Iqra Khalid cough up a clear
definition of "islamophobia". And these past two weeks I have
handed out over 400 "Love Tubes", which contain (among other
things) a rational and fact-based criticism of Islam.

Anyway, I still agree with many parts of your Mission Statement, but
I find it sad that it's riddled with serious defects.


Stefan Jetchick
[usual contact info]

2) R. Cooper (2018-March-13-1)

-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: Say «NO» to a Day of Action on Islamophobia in Canada
Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2018 10:31:32 -0400 (EDT)
From: Major (Ret'd) Russ Cooper
Reply-To: russ.cooper add the at sign here canadiancitizens.org
To: inquisition.ca@

M-103 remains a threat to free speech Dear Free Speech
Patriot, The last newsletter promised to keep you updated on
the fight against M-103 even as the related Heritage Committee
Report hit the streets. The Report was panned by the left-wing
media as less than promised as it held back on recommending
new laws to forcefully "quell" a "rising tide of fear and
hate". This, I believe, was the direct and successful result
of everyday Canadians registering their displeasure with the
whole exercise through protests, surveys and, yes,
participation such as yours in nation-wide petition drives.
The Report, however, is still very problematic as it
recommends several wasteful and expensive national programs
even as it proposes two recommendations that keep the
"Islamophobia" canard alive in Canada. The first forces the
Government to actively condemn systemic racism and religious
discrimination "including Islamophobia" (Recommendation 22)
while the second proposes the institution of a "National Day
of Remembrance and Action on Islamophobia" (Recommendation
30). Obviously, for reasons they only know, the Liberal Party
just will not let the divisive and free speech-crushing term
"Islamophobia" die. The False Notion of a "Rising Tide of Fear
and Hate" The fact that the Heritage Committee "cherry-picked"
witness testimony to perpetuate the false notion of a "rising
tide of fear and hate" in the nation is evidenced by the
Conservative Party's "dissenting Report". The latter stated
that, over the period 2009 to 2016, incidents of hate in
Canada had actually dropped 13% on a per capita basis. More
than this, a comprehensive analysis of all witness testimony
confirmed the negligible incidence of hate crime incidents in
Canada and it debunked the statistical methods used by
proponents of M-103 to create the aura of such a problem.
Islamophobia - a "canard" ("a false piece of information
intended to deceive") The analysis rebutting the Heritage
Committee's Report differs in that it is impartial and uses
all of the witness testimony presented before the Committee.
Experts, many of them Muslim, confirmed the danger that lies
in the usage of the term "Islamophobia" and its known tendency
to curtail and "chill" free speech. Most certainly, the
Committee's call for the active condemnation of "Islamophobia"
and the creation of a related special day of "remembrance and
action" is not justified.?This is particularly the case for
the institution of a "special day" that memorializes Canadian
hatred. This call is propped up by the Quebec City mosque
attack of 29 January, 2017 - an attack which has not seen the
levelling of hate or terror changes and in which the
motivations of the alleged killer remain unknown. The
declaration of a special day of "remembrance and action on
Islamophobia" is an unsubstantiated affront to all Canadians
and needs to be rejected. Certainly, our political leaders
need to know how we feel about the insult. What to do? What to
do? Start with letting our political elites know how you feel.
You did this with great effect when you participated in the
original petition against M-103. After all, it was this
initiative that got the ball rolling and created a national
debate that eventually took most of the air out of the M-103
push. Now, a new petition has been commissioned to register
your displeasure with the Government's consideration of
efforts to condemn the false notion of "Islamophobia" and
memorialize your alleged hatred. The premises and resolutions
of the petition are: Whereas the term «Islamophobia» remains
undefined and potentially affords one religion protection from
criticism over all others in Canada; Whereas Canadians have
shown themselves to be against the use of the term
«Islamophobia»; Whereas statistical Canadian evidence reveals
that levels of systemic racism and religious discrimination,
including against Muslims, do not warrant special measures;
Whereas the claim that «Islamophobia» is causal in the case of
the Quebec City mosque attack remains unsubstantiated with the
alleged killer's motives unknown; Whereas all Muslims are not
blamed when Muslims are convicted of committing an atrocity
against non-Muslims and all Canadians should not be
characterized negatively through a «National Day of
Remembrance and Action on Islamophobia» due to the actions of
one person; and Whereas other attacks perpetrated by Muslims
against non-Muslims in Canada, including the killings of
Patrice Vincent and Nathan Cirillo and many averted attacks
including, among others, those of the Toronto 18, the
«Millennium Bomber,» the Via Rail bombers, and the Strathroy
bomber were not proposed to be commemorated by «days of
remembrance.» Be it resolved that: the Government of Canada
ignore Recommendation 30 of the Heritage Committee's Report on
Systemic Racism and Religious Discrimination Including
Islamophobia and not institute a National Day of Remembrance
and Action on Islamophobia as requested; and the Government of
Canada modify Recommendation 22 of the Heritage Committee's
Report on Systemic Racism and Religious Discrimination
Including Islamophobia to remove «Islamophobia» as grounds of
religious discrimination. The recommendation should then read
«...the Government of Canada take a strong leadership role to
actively condemn systemic racism and religious
discrimination.» If these thoughts resonate with you, please
consider signing the petition, "Say 'No' to a Day of Action on
Islamophobia in Canada" and register your discontent formally.
Aussi, une version française de la pétition est incluse avec
l'anglaise The Future It is readily apparent that the Liberal
government is fully dedicated to the prospect of labelling you
as an "Islamophobe." This undeserved insult misrepresents the
witness testimony submitted to the Heritage Committee and
needs to be challenged and rebuffed. Allowing this insult to
slide risks not only the good name of Canada and its citizens,
but also their ability to express themselves freely in related
matters. Are such limitations on Canadian free speech
acceptable for your children? Your grandchildren? Fighting
these potential curtailments of fair comment and free speech
will require C3RF to go beyond this petition to include
operations in the areas of education, public advocacy and even
legal proceedings. If you have not already, please consider
joining Canadian Citizens for Charter Rights and Freedoms
(C3RF). It is an organization that I Co-Chair and can attest
to. You can join by clicking here or through the button below
to keep up to date with C3RF activities and M-103
developments. We are in for quite a ride and want you to join
us on this journey. Please follow C3RF on Twitter, on Facebook
or on our web site and share with friends for great content
and a realistic outlook on the continuing battle for Charter
rights in Canada. Best, Major (Ret'd) Russ Cooper Founding
member, Co-Chair C3RF Canadian Citizens for Charter Rights and
Freedoms | P.O. Box 42044 John Woodbine PO, Markham, Ontario
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3) S. Jetchick (2018-March-13)

-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: Re: Say «NO» to a Day of Action on Islamophobia in Canada
Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2018 14:56:15 -0400
From: Stefan Jetchick
To: @canadiancitizens.org

Good day Major Russ Cooper,

Last August, I tried to contact you by e-mail, but nobody
from C3RF ever answered.

Today I got a Newsletter from you by e-mail, so I'll try

First, a couple of nice coincidences:

	- You're a retired Major, like another retired Major
	involved in our fight which I have publicly admired.

	- Your family name is "Cooper", and I'm a big fan of
	Jeff Cooper.

Second, want to repeat what I said in my original e-mail,
i.e. that I totally support anything and anybody that fights
the good fight against M-103 and the whole "islamophobia" silliness.
Which means I totally support many of your good intentions.

Third, a technical detail: if you look at the Newsletter
you just sent me, there is something terribly wrong with the
formatting. I doubt you sent it that way. It was probably
mangled along the way. That is why more and more e-mails I get
from well-managed companies start with something like: "If this
e-mail is not displaying properly, view it in your browser",
with a raw TEXT hyperlink (not HTML). I would strongly recommend
you do that too. (You can send such a test Newsletter to me,
I'll reply right away and tell you if it's fixed!)

Fourth, why don't you add your name and picture in the "About Us"
section of your web site? One of my initial criticisms of your
organisation was that it was "faceless". Why not put your name,
physical address and picture in the "About Us" section? It
greatly increases the credibility of any web site to have a
physical person courageous enough to put their face on it.

Fifth, I re-read my initial e-mail, and I think the only thing
I would change is:

	"I have handed out over 400 "Love Tubes", which contain
	(among other things) a rational and fact-based
	criticism of Islam."

It's not four hundred anymore, but over four thousand now.

Apart from that, nothing else! Keep up the good work, but please
try to fix a few things in your approach which are hampering
your effectiveness.


Stefan Jetchick
[usual contact info]

4) R. Cooper (2018-March-13-2)

-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: Re: Say «NO» to a Day of Action on Islamophobia in Canada
Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2018 21:52:20 +0000
From: CanadianCitizens.org - Russ Cooper
To: Stefan Jetchick

Got it Stefan,

Thanks for the advise


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