I figured that Sonny Yeung was one of the hijackers of Occupy Toronto about 15 minutes after I arrived at my first meeting. He is the guy to came running to Dave Vasey and Trey (whiney) Winney, flashing his Blackberry at them, just as they all looked at me with suspicion. That was about 3 days after Vasey inexplicably decided it was time for me to be exiled.
Typical Trotskyists, always trying to put people into exile…
Sonny spent a lot of time trying to put me down over the next few weeks- he was never void of a negative comment to make. It got so bad at one General Assembly that the crowd started turning on him. I was unsure about if his allegiances until a couple of weeks ago when I saw him at one of the Casseroles marches. Here, have a look at a picture I took that day:
Yep, he’s wearing a Robin Hood Tax t-shirt! For those of you who aren’t in the know, the Robin Hood march was on of the first pieces of evidence that came out to show that Occupy was hijacked. At both Vancouver & Toronto we had the mysterious appearance of these green t-shirts. A lot of people joked that it was the march where nobody knew what they were marching for. Well, that is, except for our Marxist hijackers!
Sonny is seen here with Barry Weisleder’s group named Socialist Action. You may remember Barry from when he was ditched by the NDP for being too radical. That’s quite an accomplishment! I’ve also been told by a couple of people with inside knowledge that Weisleder pulls the strings behind the Occupy curtain…
There’s some crank who keeps on posting comments on my blog that I don’t publish. He’s constantly on the attack and doesn’t add to the conversation. This week he has been trying to convince me that there’s no connection to the NDP’s Socialist Caucus in this whole mess they call Occupy, this shot of Sonny at a Socialist Action meeting will clear this up for once and for all:
I’ve attached the video below. You will notice that it includes Weisleder, and a woman named Barbara Jackman. Jackman’s claim to fame is that she is the lawyer who fought the battle to allow UK dissident George Galloway into Canada after the government tried to ban his entry for his connections to terrorist organization Hezbollah.
Why do I bring-up Jackman & Galloway? I’ll keep that a secret until I put-out the article that explains- all I’ll say for now is that it will be a really juicy article….
Here’s the video: