11.27.2014 10:57 PM

So much I want to say

But can’t.

I’m trying to learn impulse control, but it’s really hard.


  1. grim says:

    Congrats to Khurrum Awan!

  2. davie says:

    Spontaneity has its up side.

  3. Ardoz says:

    Waaarren….. let it all hang out…. that’s what makes you so great…!

  4. Ron says:

    “It is a national gag order, which has the effect of silencing and punishing critics of anti-Semitism.”

    Pure bullshit.

    • Kaplan says:

      Well, Ezra claimed the HRCs were nothing more than kangaroo courts, and that law courts were the only bodies who should be deciding cases like his. Well, guess what? The courts have decided, and ruled against him. Turns out, surprisingly, he’s got a problem with that too!

      • Curtis in Calgary says:

        He’s channelling the legal acumen of Dean del Mastro who, as we all know, proclaimed that judgements from the bench are only ‘opinions’, so of course he would have a problem with that.

  5. MississaugaPeter says:

    If you steer us in the right direction we may be able to vent for you.

  6. Otieno says:

    If the Sun had any integrity as a news outfit, they would fire someone who has been successfully sued for *libel*. I mean, that’s pretty antithetical to the whole *news* business. This is his second offence, BTW. If that ever happens, I hope the Quebecor-imposed bullshit “truce” between the two of you will no longer be contractually enforceable and you can just come on here and let loose, baby.

  7. Brent Sienna says:

    Serenity now….. Serenity now…..


  8. pc says:

    If I may presume to speak on your behalf: “hahahahahahaha!”

  9. Mark Roseman says:

    What if you got really inebriated and just blame what you say on a drunken stupor?

  10. Tim says:

    Oh man.. this is great news. I’m very happy to learn that Ezra is having a bad day. The man has the maturity of an eleven year old elementary school bully, but it’s like he never grew out of it. I’m embarrassed that he’s a fellow citizen.

  11. Greg from Calgary says:

    Well, Ezra got what he wanted. He wanted these sorts of things tried in “real courts” not human rights commissions and now he is out 80K.

    I don’t have a single sympathetic bone in my body. The guy is full of half truths and hypocrisy. Some examples:

    * Complains when anti oil sands groups are funded by American groups like the Tides foundations because Canadians should be having this conversation. OK fair enough. But does he complain the Fraser Institute which is pro oil sands takes US money? No. In fact Ezra does speaking engagements for them and has worked for them.

    * The recent made up bullshit where he lied about a memo regarding Muslims and Nov 11.

    * Complained that Trudeau had a selfie taken at Jim Flaherty’s funeral. Again fair comment. Did he complain Rob Ford, who he supports, did the same thing and Ford also had selfies taken at the scene of a fatal traffic accident? Nope.

    * Says all those who wanted Ford out of office was because they didn’t like the fact that Ford cuts taxes. Nice, did Ezra actually talk to people to get their POV or just make up more crap? The latter. Even Jason Kenny said Ford should go. So Ezra, is Kenny against tax cuts or maybe, like many people, Kenny thought a lazy, drug addicted, lying person, who hangs out with criminals shouldn’t be mayor kinda like many other people who want him gone.

    * He has a track record of this sort of behaviour. Lawsuits and apologies are all over. When Warren here made an error in the Mayor campaign about how he framed the issue of Tories Smart Track plan he apologised. We all make errors, quality people admit it. Getting an apology from Levant never comes by Ezra’s own conscious. It has to be enforced by court order, or Ezra’s employer has to do it on his behalf. Or, Levant waits months until it is clear that a lack of an apology in the Roma case may hurt his employers chance to get mandatory coverage and thus line his own pockets. Apologies never come from Ezra because he, Ezra Levant, realized he made an error.

    * Loves to paint people guilty by association. Let’s see he works for a separatist politician. So by Ezra’s standards Ezra is a traitor to Canada who wants to break it up.

    People aren’t putting up with his crap anymore. Ezra wants to frame this as free speech but he has all the free speech he wants. Slander and lies are something else and he can stop playing the victim card. You reap what you sow Levant and if you keep this up your bank account will get smaller and Sun will have to decide if they can afford to keep you on.

  12. Kevin says:

    Schadenfreude. Lovely word. And I don’t feel guilty about it in the least.

  13. Greg from Calgary says:

    Funny comment I read somewhere else about this judgement against Ezra.
    He plays a provocative blowhard on TV, and he is one. If he doesn’t like being sued he should go find a different job.

    It’s a cost of doing business.

    And now he’s begging for coins on the street corner? Thanks for the chuckle, Ezra. But it ain’t worth a dime…

  14. Ronald O'Dowd says:


    Don’t feel too bad — it isn’t just you who needs help. Take heart in knowing that you won”t be alone in the impulse control class. Try to get a seat next to Peter Goldring. He can feel your pain.

  15. debs says:

    couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy!

  16. Niall says:

    And now for the rest of the story…..


    Niall from Winnipeg

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