Mark Steyn is wondering why the CJC (Canadian Jewish Congress) won't take this guy to task for some pretty obvious Anti-Semitism. But I think he answers his own question: the CJC is busy.
However, here's a partial list of Conservative types who have been attempting to get their heads around the whole HRC thing by pursuing complaints through various provincial Rights bodies:
Hamilton Right to Life
Failed Alberta Tory Candidate Ron Leech.
Failed Alberta Tory Candidate Craig Chandler.
So there you have it. A pool of good Conservatives willing to play the system in the name of (in all three cases) Christianity. If Mark is too lazy to do up the paper-work, maybe he can farm out his complaints to one of these fellows and they can carry the torch on his behalf. The last two especially seem to have time on their hands, and what's the real difference between Judaism and Christianity other than a few books in the Bible and the fact the Judaic wardrobe is a lot more rockin'?
In any case, the most interesting fact here is that, as Conservatives learn more about HRC mechanisms (through the writings of Mark and others), the more they seem willing to be co-optd by them.
All is well in our dear old Nanny State.