Could this important legal victory mark the beginning of the end of tranny nonsense?

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  • 10 months ago
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    can only hope so

  • 10 months ago

    Could this important legal victory mark the beginning of the end of troll nonsense?

  • Anonymous
    10 months ago

    I doubt it -- HRC tribunals aren't real courts. They don't make precedents nor are they binding. I realize no one understands how Canadian laws work so this is confusing. Canadians don't even understand-- this whole thing was a sham that Yaniv coerced the women he sued into attending. They could've said no or they could've gone to a real court which would've put Yaniv in prison for contempt of court or perjury. Instead, they got suckered into a no-win situation stacked in Yaniv's favor. (One of the "panel judges"--not a real judge or lawyer or even law student but random member of the public-- is a friend of his and fellow trans activist.) Even though they "won." It's not binding. He won't pay up. If they lost, they wouldn't have known they could forfeit. (I know that because the other immigrants paid him off so they didn't have to "go to court".) Soooo... it's a hollow victory.

  • 10 months ago

    It will, cause an increase in suicides. It's also homophobic.

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  • reme_1
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    10 months ago

    You have not walked in their shoes; you have no idea how they have suffered, so who are you to speak on what is the right way to handle the situation?

  • Anonymous
    10 months ago

    The point troll refuses to stay blocked, everyone mass report the point troll until it has zero points again. Transgenders rape women daily and abuse the law. Point trolls should be shot for supporting the rape of women.

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