Apparently Jennifer Lynch, chief commissioner of the Canadian Human Rights Commission, is keeping a "file" on those who are publicly speaking out against the CHRC. In a recent interview, she said.
"Please, please, look. We have experienced 16 months of invective hurled at us, and at any time when anybody has tried to speak up and correct misinformation, gross distortions, caricaturizations, then the very next day there's been some full-frontal assault through the blogs, through mainstream media. I have a file. I'm sure I have 1,200, certainly several hundred of these things."
How does it make you feel to know that if you dare to publicly raise a voice in criticism of the Canadian Human Rights Commission that they are keeping record of it?
In a recent speech, Ms. Lynch objected to human rights commissions and their employees being described by such terms as “Gestapo”. But isn’t it just this kind of unwarranted information gathering that characterizes such organizations?
Guess Ms. Lynch has another entry for her “file”.