That's not surprising. Interesting, though, in how Storseth chose to frame the repeal (in part at least) as a "tough on crime" measure:
Acts of hate speech are serious crimes that should be investigated by police officers, not civil servants, he said, and the cases should be handled by “real judges and real lawyers,” instead of a quasi-judicial body like the human rights commission.
We'll see how the usual suspects react to the new, post S.13 regime. It is probably far more unpleasant to have the police on your case than some bureaucrat from the CHRC. I suspect that Arthur Topham, for example, doesn't much like the new way of things. Although perhaps he is glorying in his new-found martyrdom.