|Big Brother is Watching You|
QUEBEC, June 18, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com)
– In what they are touting as a “world first,” a Quebec homosexual
activist group has launched a “registry of homophobic acts” with support
and funding from the Quebec Government’s Justice Department. Standing
alongside Montreal Police Chief Johanne Paquin and Commander Alain
Gagnon, the leadership of the group Gai Ecoute launched the anonymous
tipster registry at a press conference today.
Included in the definition of actions classified as “homophobic” and
deemed worthy of reporting to the registry are: “any negative word or
act toward a homosexual or homosexuality in general: physical abuse,
verbal abuse, intimidation, harassment, offensive graffiti, abuse,
injurious mockery, inappropriate media coverage and discrimination.”
A press release
from the group says that anyone who has experienced or witnessed an act
of homophobia “must” report it to the registry of homophobic acts.
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h/t Ad Orientem