If you are a Canadian male and unfortunate enough to be involved in a sex offence court case, a divorce, a child custody case or have a legal problem with a female employee, you may be in double jeopardy when you arrive in court. A feminist organization known as LEAF may want to intervene in your case. They are not interested in your evidence or justice; they are interested in pushing their feminist philosophy.
They present arguments or intervene in cases where they consider women's rights are at risk in Canadian courts. Think about this if you are a male in front of a feminist judge while this group is intervening in your case and then put your affairs in order because you are likely to loose your case or be sent to jail.
LEAF claims Section 15 of The Canadian Charter of Rights as a basis to advance their feminist causes in court. Therefore their biased feminist philosophies could have a profound influence on your case. This type of interference could deny even the semblance of justice in your case.
15. (1) Every individual is equal before the and under the law and has the right to the equal protection and equal benefit of the law without discrimination and, in particular, without discrimination based on race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, sex, age, or mental or physical disability.
(2) Subsection (1) does not preclude any law, program or activity that has as its object the amelioration of conditions of disadvantaged individuals or groups including those that are disadvantaged because of race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, sex, age, or mental or physical disability.
The LEAF feminist activists used Section 15 to convince their friends on the bench that they should have a constitutional right to be present in the courts in order to influence court decisions. There is no relationship between this organization and justice. It is a graphic illustration of how many leftist organizations and philosophies have come to influence and interfere with our justice system. If Canadians do not maintain justice, justice will not maintain Canadians.
The presence of LEAF feminists intervening in a Supreme Court case in front of one or more feminist judges would tend to stack the deck against you as a male. This interference in the justice system nullifies section 15 of the Charter (above). It states every individual, not every feminist organization. Where is the equal protection or the justice if a feminist judge, a feminist prosecutor and a feminist organization are combined to decide your fate in a Canadian Court?
"Whenever our affairs go obviously wrong, the good sense of the people will interpose and set them to rights." --Thomas Jefferson to David Humphreys, 1789. ME 7:322
Do not bet on it in Canada. Not while the feminists and their friends are on the bench and their friends in Ottawa rule the roost. Not while Supreme Court justices are appointed for life and never asked about their hidden prejudices. It appears that Canadian males and the justice system are helpless before this intrusive politically correct group.
If you have a pending court case involving a female and one of these groups will be present in court, your lawyer should find a way to have them excluded from the court so that you can get justice... maybe.