In a little-seen video produced in 1985, the late great battling barrister Douglas H. Christie speaks in front of a small but appreciative audience at Open Space, the publicly-subsidized art gallery, co-founded by Gene Miller.
Mr. Miller, who also co-founded Monday Magazine with help from a silent partner, the late Rockland developer Hans Hartwig, introduces Mr. Christie.
Historians will be interested to note that Mr. Christie holds up a document at one point and identifies it as an official list of banned books in Canada, and mentions ‘None dare call it Conspiracy’ (a seminal libertarian work that influenced Alex Jones) as being one of the books that some faceless power-tripping bureaucrat decided was too dangerous for Canadians to read.
‘BIG BROTHER IS HERE,’ said Mr. Christie, with real dread.
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Gregory Hartnell, Editor