From Mark Steyn's "Introduction" to Ezra Levant's "Shakedown"
The more I dug, the more I discovered that my interrogation at the hands of the government wasn't unusual. Every day, Canadians from coast to coast are trapped in these Alice in Wonderland commissions, where bizarre new human rights are made up on the spot, and where regular legal procedures don't apply. Sometimes, it feels like Saudi justice; sometimes, it smacks of the old Soviet Union; sometimes, it sounds like a Saturday Night Live sketch. Rarely does it feel Canadian. (p. 4)See also:
Shakedown: The book you need to buy to understand Canada today
Ezra Levant's Shakedown: A Preliminary Note