Professor Rick Mehta Faces Investigation for His Political Views — Update
I won’t be spending much time on social media today because I’ll be preparing for my long meeting (9:30 am to 4 pm) with the university’s lawyer tomorrow. As I reflect on the events that led to this investigation and tomorrow’s meeting, I’ve noted that a tweet I sent to Andrew Scheer (federal opposition leader in Canadian politics) in January is what led to me being in the public spotlight due to the media coverage that my tweet received.
But I first became outspoken on July 25, 2017, when I spoke out against my union – in part because I was opposed to getting a raise on the back of the support staff. At around November, I then started to use public postings on FB to continue speak out against my union as an impending strike seemed to be looming.
In December, I sent a campus-wide email message to counter the claims made in an article in the student newspaper about women’s participation in academia that were based almost exclusively on a perspective that seemed to be provided by WISE (Women in Science and Engineering) Acadia.
In early January, I sent a campus-wide email to express my concerns about the university’s decolonization initiatives, with one of my key concerns being that they would worsen race relations. The responses I got (both public and private) were rather telling.
As I prepare for tomorrow, I see the situation as me having the truth on my side while the other side has an agenda that appears to be well-funded. In other words, from my perspective, this meeting is about truth versus money & power. — Prof. Rick Mehta
Brian Ruhe Talking About Monika Schaefer & Free Speech on the Streets of Vancouver
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I received a letter and a postcard, copied below, from Monika Schaefer who has been imprisoned in Germany since Jan. 3 for questioning the official narrative of the Holocaust. Please copy and send her letters to your lists if you like. Recently we went on the streets with Monika posters and made a video talking with people about free speech:
Monika Schaefer and Free Speech on the Streets of Vancouver
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Here you go, thanks…
2018 March 27
F3 – CD – 106
That’s where I live these days, courtesy of the occupied gov’t of Germany. Aren’t they kind,
giving me all this free room and board!
I am long long overdue to write directly to you — so sorry I haven’t done so sooner. This is letter #2 to you, I hope you received the other one way back when …. I know that many of you are communicating with each other about this “situation” etc. and I am exceedingly grateful for that.
Thank you for the card —Valentine’s card — which got here on March 21st. The volume of mail has increased somewhat and the “proofreaders” seem to be getting a little behind. Also they were preoccupied with trying to decide what to do with me so there was a period of over 2 weeks where no mail got through. There’s an avalanche. I have a very “good problem” right now. Even while I am writing as many letters as I can, I am unable to keep up with the flow – thus there will probably be a few unanswered letters and cards. I am extremely grateful for every single letter, card, greeting, and prayer coming my way, and I want that to be known out there. I apologize to those that I might not find the time to personally thank – but please know that every letter is so appreciated. It is also very good for the “authorities” to see that not everyone on this earth agrees with their narrative, nor does everyone approve of locking me up for daring to speak my mind.
Brian, I have been hearing so many wonderful things about the work you are doing. Thank you!!!
It is fantastic that you organized a protest at the German Consulate in Vancouver. (That video is at: https://www.youtube.com/wa
The last couple of weeks were a bit of a roller coaster ride for me for a couple of reasons, but I have recovered and am doing just fine. Plus, I now have my violin with me – that is absolutely GREAT! One of the things that sent me for a loop was a hearing before a judge to see if I could have “house arrest” at that beautiful lake where my brother lives instead of in this F3-CD-106 5-star-hotel-room.
So I allowed myself to dream of walks through the forest and sharing a glass of wine in good company … and then (of course) it was a no go which sent me for a bit of a dive. Funny thing is, I was doing just fine before this thing even came up, but when you are presented with even just a possibility, and all the people around you are saying nice things trying to encourage you, like “oh yes, you’ll get out for sure!!”, well then the disappointment is stark. But anyway, it only took me a few days to recover.
But then I learned of logistical problems on the home front regarding [the] post office. Without getting into too much detail here, it could cause me huge problems, like an unraveling of my right to live in Jasper. Wouldn’t that be something, if this illegal detainment here leads to my homelessness back home?! Anyway, I got the Canadian Consulate involved so I am hoping for resolution on that problem.
Brian I hope you are well! Please give my love to all those around you, including Nancy (I appreciated her note to me in the card). Please rest assured, I am in good spirits!
Sending much Love,
Letter #3 – 31st March 2018
Hi Brian, this is two letters in a row after a long time pause in letter-writing to you, so I imagine #2 and this one might reach you at the same time. You never know with the mail out of here, this lovely hotel they’re putting me up in, the service is questionable. Anyway, just thought I’d send you a quick note on this, my 88th day of incarceration, full moon for extra power (second “Blue” moon this year). I think I also counted 88 keys on my piano, but I can’t verify that right now. Being a musician, I should know that, shouldn’t I. Hey Brian didn’t you tell me once you were a stamp collector? Or maybe that was someone else – I’m getting confused now. But you might like a few German stamps anyway. Take care – sending lots of love. Monika
TRIBUTE TO MONIKA SCHAEFER by Lady Michele Renouf
I leave it to you to distribute in the endeavour to raise worldwide awareness of her appalling plight. With best respects to Monika,
* That voyage to India
* radical Sikhs infiltrate the government
* plans to bring back Sec. 13 (Internet censorship)
* Canadian video journalist, Lauren Southern, banned from Britain
Founder of German far-right group Pegida denied entry to UK
[Britain’s all-out war on nationalism and free speech continues as a panicked Teresa May regime tries to throttle criticism on radical Islam and the immigration disaster in the UK. Note the catch all grounds for banning people — “not conducive to the public good.” One wonders how hordes of Third Worlders, many culturally incompatible with British society and many who will be lifetime consumers of the dole (welfare) and lifetime denizens of council flats (public housing), are somehow considered conducive to the public good?]
The Guardian19 March 2018
Pegida’s Lutz Bachmann speaking at a rally in Dresden in 2015.
Pegida’s Lutz Bachmann speaking at a rally in Dresden in 2015. Photograph: Arno Burgi/AFP/Getty Images
The founder of the German far-right group Pegida has been denied entry to the UK and deported, officials have confirmed.
Lutz Bachmann, … , is the fourth foreign figure in the extreme right wing to be turned away at the UK border in the space of a fortnight.
The Home Office said it had stopped the chair of the anti-Islam, anti-immigration group at Stansted airport on Saturday and deported him the next day, adding that his presence in the UK was “not conducive to the public good”.
Pegida said Bachmann’s intention had been to appear at Speakers’ Corner, in central London, to take the place of Martin Sellner, … who was among the far-right activists prevented from entering Britain since 9 March.
Sellner’s partner, Brittany Pettibone, and Lauren Southern were also turned away because their presence was not deemed conducive to the public good.
Tommy Robinson, the former leader of the English Defence League, … gave Sellner’s speech at Speakers’ Corner on Sunday.
A spokesperson for the anti-fascist group Hope Not Hate said the decision to deny entry to Bachmann was unsurprising given his “extreme history” and the deportations of Pettibone, Sellner and Southern.
“Far from being denied a chance to air their views, as they often like to falsely claim, these extremists have abused freedom of speech and social media platforms to spread and push toxic views,” the spokesperson said.
Hope Not Hate highlighted Bachmann’s criminal past (he has previously been convicted of drug possession, assault and burglary) and said he had “made his name as a prominent Islamophobe”. …
Referring to his case, a Home Office spokesman said: “Border Force has the power to refuse entry to an individual if it is considered that his or her presence in the UK is not conducive to the public good.”
The Home Office also confirmed the deportations of Southern, Sellner and Pettibone for the same reason.
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