Wednesday, April 4, 2007

Day Care Centre vs Human Rights Tribunal

These stories are hilarious... a Quebec day care centre will now come before a human rights tribunal because it doesn't accommodate a Muslim child's lunch menu preferences.

Of course, it's no big deal--just don't serve the kid meat--but the state intrusion here ridiculous.

They couldn't just work this out like civil people? And why does the government get to snoop in here to control behaviour? Don't human rights tribunals understand that policing things like this only stirs up trouble?

Getting involved doesn't help religious harmony in the province nor does it help public attitudes about human rights tribunals. Then again, human rights tribunals don't care about public attitudes. They have the muscle of the state to back them. The people how no choice but to submit.