It seems hatemonger Peter LaBarbera's temporary detention by Canada Customs at Regina's airport last week was quite justified, considering what the bigoted troublemaker got himself into on the University of Regina's campus today.
LaBarbera, along with infamous hate propagandist Bill Whatcott (whose guilt promoting hatred against gays and lesbians was upheld last year by the Supreme Court of Canada), tried to force their drug-inspired hatred against LGBT people onto the University of Regina today (religion being one of several legal drugs, of course.) They were refused the ability to set up a table to promote their illogical hatred, but they proceeded to set one up anyway. In the end, Regina police arrested them both and charged them with mischief.
No one has the right to enter a university campus to commit crimes or promote hatred. No one even has a right to set up a table on a public sidewalk to promote anything without a city permit. As Whatcott rightly should know, there are limits to freedom of expression, which doesn't include the right to distribute pamphlets which read, "Kill The Homosexuals!", as he did about ten years ago. These two merely wanted some more attention for their pathetic cause and sadly they got it.
Whatcott is a loser who deserves to be forgotten along with his drug-inspired nonsense.
And LaBarbera has shown his contempt for Canada by engaging in this kind of behaviour so soon after last week's warning at the Regina airport. You'd think a good Christian man might be inspired to behave himself in a foreign country after that. But no.
Charged with mischief, LaBarbera should be put on a plane and flown back to the U.S. as soon as possible. Good riddance, you jerk!