There's a crazy story out of wacky Toronto with this headline:
Here's the start of the story:
A gay aboriginal man says he was fired from his job after being accused of racism. Stanford Sinclair says he was fired from his part-time job at the Gerstein Centre — a Toronto mental health crisis centre — after an Oct 6 conversation with several fellow employees.
"There was a discussion," says Sinclair. "We're all social worker, activist types. I'm queer and First Nations. A call came in from a queer guy from Morocco.
"We got into this big discussion about immigration. The one thing I did say was immigrants had more privileges than First Nations."
Mr. Sinclair now plans to take his case to the Ontario "Human Rights" Commission. I can think of no one better to handle this case. And I say that with absolutely no respect.
I'm part of a discussion here, trying to help figure out who has the most "victim" points and thus should win. This all makes one wonder how we possibly got by as a nation before HRCs were here to set things straight. :-)