Attorney general tries to stop retired aboriginal Mountie's human-rights hearing
The Harper government is trying to block the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal from hearing a retired aboriginal Mountie's complaints about the alleged discrimination and harassment he faced over the course of his long RCMP career.
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#1 May 22, 2012
People shrug it off when I tell them that because I was a white English speaking male that I was refused entry into the RCMP.It is only a big deal when a non white has their "rights" violated.We haven't any rights that the government cannot circumvent when it suits them.Suck it up buddy,you are no better than the rest of us.
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