Anti-Muslim hate group leader Pamela Geller (one of the main inspirations for Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik) recently tried to export her deranged views to Canada, purchasing bus advertisements to sow division and discord, but the transit company pulled the ads after receiving numerous complaints.
Now, as she’s done several times before when people have rejected her sick advertisements, Geller is suing Edmonton Transit for her “right” to spread hatred.
TORONTO - When Edmonton Transit rolled out bus ads reading “Muslim Girls Honor Killed By Their Families,” asking “Is your family threatening you? Is there a fatwa on your head?” it caused complaints of discrimination and racism that resulted in their removal.
Now—nine months later—the New York-based non-profit organization that paid for the transit ads is suing the city, claiming the removal violates freedom of expression.
“The City of Edmonton has silenced the voice of a non-profit group that wants to assist Canadian women and girls, protect them from honour killings, and promote gender equality,” said lawyer John Carpay, president of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF) in a release.