Lady Michele Renouf Congratulates Dr. James Sears on Orwell Award

Lady Michele Renouf Congratulates Dr. James Sears on Orwell Award

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Stuart Clarke/Shutterstock (855238h)Lady Michele RenoufLady Michele Renouf in London, Britain – Nov 2008Lady Michele Renouf has been helping Holocaust revisionist Dr Fredrick Toben following his arrest. Toben, a prominent Australian historical revisionist and holocaust denier, was detained by police at Heathrow airport on 3rd October 2008 in reference to a German arrest warrant. Germany alleges the Australian denies the mass murder of Jews by the Nazis in World War II.

British author, model, freedom fighter and videographer, Lady Michele Renouf, applauds Dr. James Sears winning the 2021 George Orwell Free Speech Award. “Hearty congratulations to Dr. James Sears! Hearts high, Michèle

Former political prisoner Dr. James Sears received the 2021 George Orwell Free Speech Award. November 18, 2021. Library.

Former political prisoner Dr. James Sears received the  2021 George Orwell Free Speech Award. November  18, 2021. Library.

“For Outstanding Courage In Challenging Censorship and  Defending Freedom In Pursuit of the Truth and for Outstanding Talent in Satire & Defending Freedom of the Press.”


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The Canadian Association for Free Expression Announces Dr. James Sears to Receive 2021 George Orwell Free Speech Award

The Canadian Association for Free Expression Announces Dr. James Sears to Receive 2021 George Orwell Free Speech Award

Canadian Association for Free Expression

Box 332,

Rexdale, Ontario, M9W 5L3

Ph: 416-428-5308

Website http://cafe.nfshost.com

Paul Fromm, B.Ed, M.A. Director

The Canadian Association for Free Expression Announces Dr. James Sears to Receive 2021 George Orwell Free Speech Award

                REXDALE, Ontario. November 17, 2021. The Canadian Association for Free Expression is proud to announce the presentation tomorrow of the 2021 George Orwell Free Speech Award to writer and editor Dr. James Sears. Dr. Sears, along with publisher Leroy St. Germaine, was convicted

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under Canada’s notorious “hate law” (Sec. 39 of the Criminal Code) for satire and criticizing Jews and radical feminists in the pages of the Toronto tabloid YOUR WARD NEWS.

                The citation on the award, which carries a monetary prize, reads: “For Outstanding Courage In Challenging Censorship and Defending Freedom  In Pursuit of the Truth And for Outstanding Talent in Satire & Defending Freedom of the Press.”

                ‘We are honouring Dr. Sears as a political prisoner, as defined by Amnesty International, — one who is punished solely for the non-violent advocacy of his political, religious or social views,” says Paul Fromm Director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression.” In 2019, he was sentenced on two counts to the maximum six months, to be served consecutively. That is unusual, as Dr. Sears is 58 years old and has no previous criminal record. He gained early parole, October 14, after serving four months.” CAFE held six protests outside the prison calling attention to the shame of jailing a writer and journalist for writing humour.

                “A sign of the politicized nature of the Canadian justice system is the story of one of Dr. Sears cellmates. The man had stabbed a person, stolen a truck and be found in possession of fentanyl. For that, he received none and a half weeks. Dr. Sears go the maximum — a year — for telling jokes,” Mr. Fromm notes. “It reminds us of the old Soviet Union where street criminals often received lenient treatment. Severe punishment was meted out to political prisoners and dissidents.”

                ‘We are honouring Dr. Sears wit and bravery,” Mr. Fromm added.

                The George Orwell Free Speech Award was given annually by the Canadian Free Speech League and its leader and founder Victoria lawyer Douglas Hewson Christie, “the Battling Barrister’, the foremost free speech lawyer of his generation. The award was presented from1985 to 2013, when Doug Christie died. “We are reviving this tradition and award, with the help of a friendly donor,” said Mr. Fromm.

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