After reading this story.
I just have three questions.
One...how come they left out these shocking details?
Levin has worked in Canada for 15 years since leaving South Africa, where he was chief psychiatrist in the apartheid-era military and became notorious for using electric shocks to "cure" gay white conscripts.
The treatment consisted of strapping electrodes to the upper arm. Homosexual soldiers were shown pictures of a naked man and encouraged to fantasise, and then the power was ratcheted up.
Trudie Grobler, an intern psychologist on ward 22, saw a lesbian subjected to severe shocks.
"It was traumatic. I could not believe her body could handle it," she said later
Two... what was a man like that doing working with justice officials in Canada?
And at the University of Calgary no less. Ann Coulter would be so proud.
And three....if this is true:
After arriving in Canada in 1995 he managed to suppress public discussion of his past by threatening lawsuits against news organisations that attempted to explore it.
Was that really enough to stop them from reporting the allegations against him? Is that why the CBC left them out ?
Are the lives of gay people really worth that little?
And now it turns out that Dr Shock may be a closet queen. Like the Nazi Pope and all those others who get off torturing gay people.
The link couldn't be clearer. The homophobia more casual. Or the conclusion more brutal.
He could have chosen Paraguay. But he chose Alberta. And he was welcomed with open arms.
And then there's the really depressing thought.
If he was entering the country today, with Jason Kenney as Immigration Minister.
He'd be even more welcome...