Ottawa, Canada – Man Fined for Spreading Hatred on Web


    Ottawa, Canada – The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal has fined a Kelowna, B.C., man $6,000 and ordered him to stop using the Internet to disseminate material that exposes Jews, non-whites and the disabled to hatred.

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    In its decision, the tribunal concluded John David Beck was responsible for much of the content on a white supremacist website.
    In advancing those views, said the tribunal, “non-whites and the disabled are treated as persons whose value and contribution to society is less than white peoples’.” And Jews “are represented as a powerful menace to society, responsible for many of its evils.”

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    16 years ago

    The jurisdiction hosting the website can take them down if it wishes to.