For this (h/t BS):
M-103: Islamophobia Cure or Sharia Trap?
A simulcast public live event featuring stimulating speakers, panelists, and small breakout panel sessions engaged in assessing the politics of implementing federal government motion M103-- criminalizing genuine criticism. This is a civil discussion and agitators or racists are not welcome. Every attendee gets a free mobilization advocacy package and the chance to rub shoulders with other freedom of speech advocates who love this country and want one rule of law for all of us. Doors open to the public at 12:30 PM. Attendees who are not civil, or cause disruption, or who otherwise interfere with the program's peaceful and civil character will be asked to leave, and/or will be subject to citizen arrest by a trained security official, and/or turned over to the police who will have been called on the incident.In other words, in Canada's largest city (local slogan: "Diversity our strength"), it is so dangerous to express an opinion that collides with sharia-compliant thinking on Islam that an event devoted to discussing the issue must, for "security reasons," be held in a secure, undisclosed location.
Sort of reminds me of how things used to roll in the Soviet Union, no?
As for our city motto: "diversity" is strength--but only for a select few.