I just read about a case where someone said they’d been ‘working like a Hebrew slave’, and got fined $20,000 for ‘offending’ a colleague.
We’ve heard about various Christian bakers, florists, refusing to do work for gay weddings, ending up hauled in front of ‘human rights tribunals’ (inhumane wrongs kangaroo courts, more like it), and getting fined up to $100,000+, like Barronelle Stutzman in Washington state.
I would love, for once, someone to refuse to pay the fine, on the grounds that the sentence is unjust and unfair.
I would love to see others follow suit.
Not because I want them to suffer unjustly, but they already are going to suffer unjustly if forced to pay exorbitant fines, so (a) let the system pay for them instead of them taking a financial bath, and (b) let more and more people learn about such outrages, and be inspired to work to overturn tyrannical P.C. regimes / legal systems.
It would be my hope that people recognize such imprisoned victims of P.C. tyranny for what they would be – political prisoners – and accordingly be outraged that such things are happening in our supposedly free societies, and work to change things.
Just a thought.