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"Human Rights" Extremists Meet in Calgary
« on: June 18, 2011, 05:31:28 PM »
"Human Rights" Extremists Meet in Calgary - yet deny Marc Lemire ... so much for "inclusion". [Edmonton Police - Canada's Number 1 Hate Group!]

Kevin Libin wrote an interesting article in the National Post on Jun 15, 2011 entitled “Human rights conference sensitive and oblivious at once”.  The article is a funny read about how extreme the “human rights” maniacs have really become. From not wanted to “offend” anyone while eating a banana to quiet rooms (padded perhaps?).  SunTV’s Ezra Levant interviewed blogger Kathy Shaidle on “The Source” this week about the CASHRA conference. [See video here]

Back in March 2011, I learned that the Alberta “Human Rights” Commission was hosting the annual CA$H-ra conference.  This is an annual lavish conference where “human rights” bigwigs meet and slap each other on the back, celebrating how amazing they are for making Canada such a socially inclusive society. Of course, they get no real support from Canadians, so the tax-payers are on the hook for footing the bill for this lavish weekend.  I reviewed what the conference was about, and found a speakers track entitled “Hate and Bias Incidents and Crime: From incident to prosecution”.  This seemed like a very interesting discussion, and since it was just a bunch of Police Officers speaking, I figured I would provide the other side of the issue.  I had a great speech written [see below], which would cover the avalanche of hate material which members of the Edmonton Police Service and the Canadian Human Rights Commission have posted online.  You would think that a group of people interested in “fighting hate and bias crime” would jump at my offer to expose Alberta’s largest racist group.

On March 4 2011, I wrote to the 2011 CA$Hra conference organizer, Jasvir Chatha-Bains of the Alberta Human Rights Commission and offered my expertise free of charge.

From: Marc Lemire []
Sent: Friday, March 04, 2011 9:35 PM
To: Jasvir Chatha-Bains; CCS Human Rights; CCS Education Community Services
Subject: ** CASHRA 2011 - Request to Speak on Hate and Bias Crime

TO:  Jasvir Chatha-Bains
Alberta Human Rights Commission
Phone 403-297-3276 (Calgary office)
Fax 403-297-6567


March 4, 2011

Dear Mr. Chatha-Bains,

I understand that you are part of the organizing committee for the CASHRA (Canadian Association of Statutory Human Rights Agencies) 2011 conference in Calgary, Alberta.

According to the website:, a very important component of the conference will be looking into Hate and bias incidents and crime.

As a person who has been involved in Federal human rights cases for the past 6 years, I would like to be able to speak on the topic of hate and bias crime on the Internet, with particular regards to Alberta and Edmonton.  In particular, I believe I would be a very good panel guest for the June 14 panel entitled “2d. Hate and Bias Incidents and Crime: From incident to prosecution (HB, ECE)”.  I am a computer expert, and have been involved heavily in the litigation of Section 13 of the federal Canadian Human Rights Act.

I have expert level knowledge on hate and bias crime incidents, particularly from a Federal standpoint (Section 13 of the CHRA) and also from Section 318/319 of the Criminal Code.   My research on the Edmonton Police Service and Canadian Human Rights Commission would certainly be of interest to CASHRA, and would offer a unique perspective on hate and bias crime incidents, with a particular regard to the Internet.

Looking forward to your response.

-Marc Lemire
Human Rights Activist

On March 8th 2011, Mr. Chatha-Bains of the Alberta Human Rights Commission responded to my request by saying that “Thanks very much for your email and interest in this conference.  I have forwarded your email on to Cam Stewart, who is leading the Hate and Bias Stream portion of the conference and he will be in touch.”

The following day, the Alberta Human Rights Commission turned me down as a speaker.

From: Jasvir Chatha-Bains []
Sent: Wednesday, March 09, 2011 1:50 PM
To: Marc Lemire
Subject: RE: ** CASHRA 2011 - Request to Speak on Hate and Bias Crime

Hello Marc,

Thanks for your interest in speaking at the CASHRA 2011 conference. I forwarded your email to the staff responsible for the hate and bias stream and they informed me that at this time, we have secured all the speakers for this panel discussion. If there is an opening, we will be in touch.

Jasvir Chatha-Bains │ (403) 297 3276
Human Rights and Citizenship │Culture and Community Spirit │310, 525 11Ave. SW, Calgary, AB T2R 0C9 │

As typical for the thought police, “Inclusion”, “tolerance” and “diversity” are always a one way street.  If you agree with them, you are “included” and you’re “tolerant” and “diverse”.  If you disagree, well… you know their usual tactics…  “racist”, “hater”, “bigot”, etc, etc, etc.

It’s funny how so many in the “human rights” industry have absolutely no problem with hate – so long as it’s for them.  Hate magically becomes love and intolerance magically becomes tolerance.  For instance, 8 years ago, I posted the “immigrant poem” (without a single ethnic slur, and questioning Canada’s immigration system), I got hauled before kangaroo courts for 8 years (and it’s still going on!) which cost me enormously to defend.  Yet when Stephen Camp of the Edmonton Police Service calls a local newspaper a “kike publication” and slams Native Canadians as “redskined …animals” he is hailed as a hero by the human rights crowd.

The hypocrisy of the Human Rights Enforcers is both shocking and disturbing and these are the self-appointed arbiters who seek to lecture Canadians on what is right and wrong in Canada!  To say their moral compasses are totally broken is an understatement.  If they ever had any “moral authority” to “fight hate”, it certainly can’t be claimed now.

Here are just a few select Internet postings by the Apostles of Tolerance and Anti-Racism at the Edmonton Police Service:

    “Anybody read the Edmonton Journal dated January 22? I know it's a kike publication but...”

    About candidates running for Edmonton mayor he wrote: “I think noce is Italian/Jew, and Mandel is a jew as well.”

    “With any luck they will end up like the nogs in the states who predominantly kuill each other.”

    In Reference to Native people he wrote: “how can u hold the little redskin responsible he's only an animal...”

    “Our corrupt government is nothing but a puppet to this so called multicultural agenda.”

    “This post again re emphasises the point that our tax dollars are waisted on keeping Zundel behind bars, while Muslim extremists are allowed re entry into Canada , and free to come and go as they please.”

    “It is a wee bit freaken contradictory when parents tell their kids not to use drugs, and at the same time our scum sucking government is handing out all the tools adults need to smoke crack.”

I let the Alberta Human Rights Commission know about the racist internet posting by the Edmonton Police, and provided sworn transcripts where police officers admit to posting the comments – after initially denying and trying to block disclosure.  I sent them a copy of the postings, and made sure they knew what these so-called “hate crime” units were really up to, and that is not about stopping hate at all, but rather they are biggest promoters of it.  After all, with no hate around they would lose their million dollar budgets and actually have to do real police work.

In spite of the documented racism from the Edmonton Police Service, the Alberta Human Rights Commission proudly had a member of the Edmonton police as a lead speaker for “Session 2d. Hate and Bias Incidents and Crime: From Incident to prosecution”.  Knowing the history of the Edmonton Police, I was surprised the talk was not entitled “How to Post Racist Material for Fun and Profit”, then again, he would really be speaking to the choir, as I suspect some of the agencies at the conference are fully aware how profitable it is [YES, I am talking to YOU – Canadian Human Rights Commission!].

In the end, I guess it is not really any wonder that the Human Rights Commissions would refuse to hear from me.  After all, I have expert knowledge of institutional false flag “anti-Racist” operations across Canada, which has lead to most of the online hate we see today.  While it is shocking that so much hate is generated by these hate-finder generals, it can’t be simply ignored and swept under the rug. It can now be said and demonstrated – that the biggest and most politically connected racists are police officers, government bureaucrats and others hanging off government purse strings.

And all this under a “conservative” government!  What the hell is going on in Ottawa?

Marc Lemire
Here was part of what I would have said to the CASHRA Conference

The Edmonton Police Service

Canada’s #1 Hate Group!

The Edmonton Police Service is one of the best examples of a false flag operation which has been exposed to the light of day. Police officers posted an avalanche of hate material online. The same officers later received awards and were praised for their work.  The officers were held up as “experts” on hate, and went on speaking tours around Canada and the United States.

The Edmonton Police Services Hate and Bias Crime unit was created in 2003, after years of active lobbying by a police officer named Stephen Camp.  As a result of his actions, Heritage Canada gave a start-up grant to the Edmonton Police of $180,000 and the unit was started with Stephen Camp appointed to head the two man unit.

According to a 2009 Access to Information request,[1] the Edmonton Police Hate/Bias Crime unit costs tax-payers a substantial amount of money each year.  In 2003 a total of $676,563 was spent.  In 2004 the number was almost the same at $649,043. For 2005, the number went down a bit to $456,942.  From 2003 to 2005 the total cost to taxpayers for the Hate Crimes unit was $1,782,548.

The Edmonton Police also disclosed in the Access to Information request that from Jan 1 2003 to Dec 31 2005 that “The EPS Hate Crimes unit advised there were total of 3 arrests for the time period you specified.”  This equates to $594,183 per arrest.

The tiny number of 3 arrests is really the key piece of information, and explains why the Edmonton Police Service needed to setup a false flag operation.  The Edmonton Metro area has a population of over one million people, and in a three year period there were only a total of 3 arrests.  What possible need would Edmonton have to keep a half-million dollar hate crimes unit around for the possibility of one arrest a year?

The answer to the clear lack of any “hate” in Edmonton was the birth of codename: Estate.

“Estate” was an internet pseudonym that the Edmonton Police created to ferment hate in Edmonton. The police used this account to infiltrate a website called “Stormfront,” and then unleashed a constant stream of invective and hate towards Jews, Indians, Whites, Blacks and anyone else they felt like it.

The evidence showing that “Estate” was an account used by the Edmonton Police Service came out in the Human Rights Tribunal hearing of Glenn Bahr.

The Edmonton Police would often post negative comments about decisions they made, and ridicule them.  For instance this post: “Remember the Edmontn LRT incident, where a gang of thug injuns attacked and beat a group of whites. Even when it was mentioned that they were yellin, "let;s f..k up the whities" the hate cops refused to say it was a hate crime. This is all about victimizing the white race. The cops should be investigatied for their discriminatory practices against our race. Maybe a complaint to Canada Human Rights.” [2]

On native sentencing circles, the Edmonton Police wrote: “The co accused will be sentenced by Sanderman on March 2 after recommendations are made by a native sentencing circle’. - What a joke! Lets save us (the working class) the cost of  forever incarcerating this retarded little ch-g. These native sentencing circles are unreal. If your and indian you can blame the white man forever for everything and anything; our spineless system will try and make it up to you by letting you get away with whatever you want. If it were on teh news that a couple of injun guards (and like I said earlier it is likely and implssibility) got their asses kicked by a white inmate all hell would break loose. Then again; how can u hold the little redskin responsible he's only an animal... I liked the approach of the two cops from Saskatoon convicted of dropping the troublesome indian off outside of town in the cold. They requested having access to the sentencing circle process but were denied as they are not they fried at sentencing. In't injustice for the whites who built this country.” [3]

In terms of gay pride day in Edmonton, Sgt. Stephen Camp wrote: “I think I need a vacation from Edmonton. First, our outlet for free speech goes down the tubes with the hate pigs illegally bustin up his house. Now this week in Edmonton, there is Gay Pride Week. I gotta get out of here!”  Camps remarks here are very enlightening, since Camp was responsible for implementing a crazy policy with the Edmonton Police service, where new police recruits were forced to suffer the indignity of pretending to be homosexuals, including holding hands and then cruising around the city.

Edmonton’s 365Gay website reported on January 2, 2004 that “Edmonton police are taking to heart the old adage ‘to know what it's like to be me walk a mile in my shoes’. In a step believed to be the first of its kind anywhere in the world new police recruits are now required to spend a day in a non-gay area ‘pretending to be gay’.”  The article continues “Last week the first ‘exercise’ was held for two new cops. The officers, wearing civvies walked hand in hand down a typical commercial street. ‘I'm trying to get them to understand what it's like to be in that kind of a situation in this city,’ says Const. Steve Camp, who came up with the idea.” [4]

Canada’s Muslim community and Sharia law, were also a constant target of Sgt. Stephen Camp.  In one posting Camp wrote: “Did anyone see the CBC newscast on Islamic Law in Canada. The notorious Liberal Federal Gov't has allowed disputes, and other matters to be resolved through a tribunal from the Islamic community, based on their own religious beliefs. The libs say it is to divert the caseload from our courts. To me, all criminal and civil matters should be resolved through the Canadian Courts, and not based on some foreign, radical, backward, medieval and extreme religous beliefs. My kids are going to be living in a Muslim Country at this rate. Praise freaken Allah, eh!” [5]

Camp later followed up with this post: “Sharia Law has been a thorn in my side for a year. I can't get over this opressive law. The main point of contention is that women will be influenced by their family to agree to arbitration, and continue to be manipulated in a male dominalted Muslim society...right here in Canada. Hard to believe, eh. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms will be ignored. Imagine if whites were doing this. We would be labeled, ridiculed, arrested.

Our corrupt government is nothing but a puppet to this so called multicultural agenda. Meanwhile our white community continue to play by the rules and laws. And what are we getting for it....continual oppression.

I hope our government stands up to this law. However I am not holding my breath. I think this could be a good point to rally against. What do u think Paul? After all isn't this importation of immigrant law which is contradictory to Canadian Law? I don't think enough people know about this.” [6]

Sgt. Camp even went as far as fundraising for people that he personally arrested!  Sgt. Camp rallied members of Stormfront to start up a “[white nationalist] bail fund” in order “to help out our brothers that are being screwed by zog hate cops.” [7] The term “zog” was defined in a recent Tribunal decision as: “ZOG is the acronym for ‘Zionist order government’, which refers to the theory that Jewish people control the governments in all countries of the world.”[8]

In 2006, Glenn Bahr filed a Section 13 (hate speech) complaint against the Edmonton Police with the Canadian Human Rights Commission.  The CHRC refused to even accept the complaint!

In a letter dated August 10, 2006, the CHRC held that the Edmonton Police and Stephen Camp were performing their duties pursuant to Section 25 of the Criminal Code, and as such, no action could be taken under the human rights act.  Therefore Camp was given carte Blanche to promote hate – free from any sanctions or regulations.

Stephen Camp was an incessant self-promoter.  On each and every occasion he made an arrest, a call was put out to the media.  Like some pirates displaying the bounty they just stole, the Edmonton Police would setup a room where they would display the private goods that were seized during the raid.

In the case of Glenn Bahr, the Edmonton Police setup a media display showing items seized during a May 7, 2004 raid which included many of Mr. Bahrs private possessions.  This included: clothing, flags, books, his computer, even a wrist watch.  (Note that none of the material the police showed had anything to do with a criminal offense.  It is not yet illegal in Canada to have books, t-shirts, flags or even wrist watches, no matter how offensive and controversial they are)

Camp has also been quoted in numerous newspaper articles, where he often inflates himself up to the level of an “expert” on hate and bias crime.  As a result of the publicity he received, Camp was often asked to speak at events across Canada and the United States.  In 2005, he spoke to a group in New York called the International Network against Cyber Hate (INACH) at the headquarters of the ADL.

Stephen Camp the “Hero”

Arising out of the publicity surrounding the arrests by Stephen Camp and for “fighting hate” in Edmonton, Camp was showered with awards and even given a promotion within the Edmonton Police Service.

Among the awards given to “hate fighter” Stephen Camp and the Edmonton Police Service were:

    2005 International Association of Chief’s of Police Motorola Webber Seavy Award finalists for quality of law enforcement,
    The International Association of Chief’s of Police (IACP) Civil Rights Award,
    Edmonton Pride Award.

Richard Warman, a former employee of the Canadian Human Rights Commission and serial Section 13 complainant, has praised the Edmonton Police hate crimes unit on several occasions.   In the 2005 Audit of Antisemitic Incidents report, the League for Human Rights of B’nai Brith Canada Warman wrote that “The wealth of action and success by the Edmonton Police hate crimes unit in addressing the problem of hate, both on the Internet and elsewhere within Edmonton, stands as a model for best practices in effective community policing.” [9]

 In June 2005, Mr. Warman wrote a letter to the Edmonton Journal, where he said “I've dealt with Stephen Camp and Dave Huggins of the EPS hate-crimes unit a number of times and have found them to be dedicated, effective role models on how to ‘get the job done right.’” [10] In the Canadian Jewish News, Warman was quoted as saying “just shows how on top of things the Edmonton [Police] hate crime unit is. They really have become the poster child of what a hate crimes unit can do.” [11]

Effectiveness of the Edmonton Hate Squad

The ultimate question of any police unit is how effective is it, does the unit meet professional standards and are taxpayers getting value for the money. On all three counts, the Edmonton Police hate and bias crime unit is left wanting.

Official Edmonton Police records show that over a three year period, they made a total of three arrests.  Based on media reports, the breakdown in arrests are:  2 for Glenn Bahr and 1 for a person named Reinhard Gustav Mueller (who also called himself Reni Sentana-Reis)

As noted previously, the case against Glenn Bahr was stayed and Mr. Bahr proclaimed 100% innocent.  That leaves all of one arrest over a three year timeframe.  The last arrest was against Reinhard Gustav Mueller.  That case did result in a conviction, but Mueller was of questionable mental serenity.

According to various newspaper reports Reinhard Gustav Mueller had a website called “Federation of Free Planets.”  Mueller believed that “ancient writing declared him a spiritual leader called the Lion of the Tribe of Judah and that he has authority over the destiny of the Jewish people.”  Mr. Mueller also testified that “he is of ancient Egyptian descent and ‘has authority recognized by all high councils of this galaxy.’ In addition, Mueller has assumed the titles of Grand World Councillor, Lion of Judah, Starship Commander Dexter and Guardian of the Arab Prophetess Uthrania Seila.” [12]

Mr. Mueller apparently came to this knowledge from the silver filings in his wife’s teeth, which act as a radio receiver for him to pick up signals from outer space.

The Edmonton Sun reported that Mueller “claims [he] can receive communications from extra-terrestrials [and] have been persecuted by various spy agencies over the last decade because of the powers they hold.” [13]

So, yes the Edmonton Police did actually get one conviction.  But was this charge a result of some fine sleuthing and professional investigation by Stephen Camp and his anti-hate posse?  No! The Edmonton Police actually didn’t do a thing.  Mueller himself went to the police to complain that someone left a box of molotov cocktail explosives on his lawn.  When police asked why, Mueller said it was because various spy agencies were upset about his anti-Jewish website.

The Edmonton Police were so desperate to get their first (and only) conviction; they ignored the fact that Reinhard Gustav Mueller was most likely insane and not fit to stand trial.

Not surprisingly, professional Jewish organizations like the Canadian Jewish Congress praised the conviction of this poor man. CJC Chief Executive Officer Bernie “Farber applauded the sentence on Friday, calling it a precedent-setting longest sentence given to an Internet hate-monger.” [14]

What did tax-payers get for their $1.7 million bucks?  One conviction of a person with questionable sanity. Police financed and setup the WCFU, a group they would claim was a hate group. And an avalanche of hate filled internet postings by police officers pretending to be “nazis” in order to justify their budget and very existence.

[1] FOIPP Act request by Marc Lemire, fulfilled on April 28, 2009 by Sharon Yeung, disclosure analyst of the Edmonton Police Service FOIPP unit.

[2] “Estate” posting to Stormfront website on 02-12-2004, 12:31 PM

[3] “Estate” posting to Stormfront website on 01-28-2004, 02:16 PM

[4] Cops Walk A Mile In Our Shoes posted at (Also

[5] “Estate” posting to Stormfront website on 08-06-2004, 02:03 PM

[6] “Estate” posting to Stormfront website on 10-12-2004, 04:11 PM

[7] “Estate” posting to Stormfront website on 02-06-2004, 02:46 PM

[8] CHRT Decision.  Warman v. Winnicki.  2006 CHRT 20. Para 99.

[9] 2005 Audit of Antisemitic Incidents.  Article by Richard Warman entitled: HATE ON THE INTERNET: The Canadian Scene

[10] Edmonton Journal, Jun 23, 2005: "City police hate-crimes officers are outstanding"

[11] Canadian Jewish News, Dec 22, 2005: “Jury convicts Edmonton man in Internet hate case”

[12] Jewish Independent: Edmonton man guilty of spreading anti-Semitism. Dec.30-05

[13] Edmonton Sun: 'Most vile and hateful' hate crime against Jews. Sept 01 2006

[14] Edmonton Journal: Hate-monger gets 16 months. September 02 2006

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