On the latest episode of The Ezra Levant Show, we talked about a Quebec journalist's response to Justin Trudeau's pronouncements on the recent Islamic terrorism in France, and Jagmeet Singh's answer to how free speech should work in Canada.
Here's a bit of what Ezra had to say:
“In Parliament, a vote is called ‘calling for a division.’ It’s what democracy is built on. That's why we have elections. So we can talk about things, according to Jagmeet Singh — but nothing divisive?
“That means we can talk about nothing.
“And why can’t you hate a religion, if we're going to use the word hate?
“I don't recommend hate, I don't prescribe hate; but if someone feels that human emotion, why can’t they feel that way? And why can’t they express it, peacefully?
“...a religion might have a rule that you cannot criticize that religion. Alright. I'd say that's not a very robust faith, I must say.
“But fine — but how is that internal rule of Islam applicable to the rest of us? If you want to be Muslim or Jewish or Christian or Sikh or Buddhist or a Scientologist or a vegetarian, help yourself — but why should the rest of us have to follow your particular group's rules too?”
This is an excerpt from the full Ezra Levant Show.
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