Incitement to hatred by Canadian Human Rights Commission Chief
Lubomyr Prytulak to Mary M. Gusella     13-Jan-2006

Mary M. Gusella
"All they are doing it pounding out their dark words in their dark basements.  Why not leave the hate geeks alone and get on with other more important things." Mary M. Gusella

  13 January 2006

Mary M. Gusella, Chief Commissioner
Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC)
344 Slater Street
Ottawa ON   K1A 1E1

RE:  CHRC File 20031527, Canadian Jewish Congress v Lubomyr Prytulak (CJC v Prytulak)

ATTENTION:  The instant 13-Jan-2006 correspondence must not be spoliated (suppressed or destroyed), but rather must be preserved in anticipation of being disclosed, as it constitutes evidence in support of the Prytulak allegation that Mary M. Gusella prejudice led her to obtain fraudulently the Disposition Committee vote of Commissioner Aimable Ndejuru to request inquiry into the case of CJC v Prytulak by the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal (CHRT), such that the Gusella request is void, and such that the CHRT lacks jurisdiction to proceed.

Mary M. Gusella:

Your relentless persecution of me for "hate messaging" leads me to infer that I number among those to whom you intend your following words to apply:

After all, the people who promote hate on the Internet and elsewhere are, thankfully, relatively few and are operating on the margins of society.  All they are doing it pounding out their dark words in their dark basements. Why not leave the hate geeks alone and get on with other more important things.

The answer is simple: words matter.  And they matter a great deal.

From Opening Address "A Serious Threat" delivered 15-Dec-2005 at 08:40 a.m. by Mary Gusella, CHRC Chief Commissioner, at a conference on hate on the Internet, December 15-16, 2005, Delta Hotel, Ottawa.  The entire speech is at  www.chrc-ccdp.ca/media_room/speeches-en~.  "It" instead of "is" is in the original.

However, as my words are used to promote truth, they are less dark than the words you use to suppress truth.  And I do not pound my words out but rather lightly tap them out, and I do not work in a basement but on the second floor, and my workplace is not dark but lit.

As I operate within the law and you are in violation of Canadian Criminal Code §341 and Canadian Human Rights Act §60, then I am centrist and it is you who operate "on the margins of society".

The word "geek" not being a word that either I or the people around me use, I had to look it up in my Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary, where I was disturbed to read the following:

1 : a carnival performer often billed as a wild man whose act usually includes biting the head off a live chicken or snake
2 : a person often of an intellectual bent who is disliked
3 : an enthusiast or expert especially in a technological field or activity <computer geek>

Although unsure of whether you might mean by your "hate geek" ejaculation anything more than "detestable freak driven by hatred", I wonder whether the expression might apply more to you than to me, as I do not inflame my readers to hatred using intemperate language as you do.

You give the impression of inviting CHRC employees and collaborators to view their victims as sub-human for the purpose of deadening their conscience when you call on them to inflict injury outside the law.  Your use of judgmental epithets for people under investigation by the CHRC suggests your presumption of guilt prior to trial.

It might contribute toward your projecting a more professional and less partisan image if you took to heart your own moral that "words matter, and they matter a great deal" and not only the words of the loathsome basement geeks which you crusade to silence, but your own words as well.

Lubomyr Prytulak

Hard copies also to:
Irving ABELLA, National Honourary President, CJC, Dept History, York University, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto ON  M3J 1P3
Hon Irwin COTLER, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, 284 Wellington Street, Ottawa ON  K1A 0H8
Mark J FREIMAN, CJC lawyer, McCarthy Tetrault, Suite 4700, Toronto Dominion Tower, Toronto ON  M5K 1E6
Rt Hon Paul MARTIN, Prime Minister, Office of the Prime Minister, 80 Wellington Street, Ottawa ON  K1A 0A2
Ed MORGAN, CJC National President, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, 84 Queen's Park, Toronto ON  M5S 2C5
Gerald W SCHWARTZ, Chairman and CEO Onex Corporation, 161 Bay Street, PO Box 700, Toronto ON  M5J 2S1
J Grant SINCLAIR, Chairperson CHRT, Suite A100, Floor 11, 160 Elgin Street, Ottawa ON  K1A 1J4
Giacomo VIGNA, CHRC lawyer, 344 Slater Street, Ottawa ON  K1A 1E1