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Topic - Ezra Levant
"Canada's misguided experiment with multiculturalism pretends that all cultural ideas are equal, and Canadian values, such as the equality of men and women, are no better than foreign values like the subjugation of women," writes Ezra Levant at the Toronto Sun.
Canadian conservative writer and activist Ezra Levant, who has advocated tirelessly for the Speers and for other victims of jihad, noted recently that the liberal Canadian press has mentioned the Speer children a scant six times as Khadr milks leftist sympathies.
He wrote in the November 2006 issue of Canadian Lawyer magazine that he wasn't using this term "in the radical sense of those words, fighting pretend battles for infinitesimally small gains in already liberal and feminist institutions, like law schools.