Video Of The Anarchist Asshats Who Interrupted Toronto’s Remembrance Day Ceremonies…

Anarchist Asshats In Action…

This article is a quick follow-up to yesterday’s article on the Anarchist Asshats who decided it was a good idea to interrupt Toronto’s Remembrance Day ceremony on Sunday. The interruption was planned by one of Toronto’s most┬ádespicable anarchists (quire an achievement) named Julian Ichim (wearing the beige hat on the left side of the picture).

A video came out today, filmed by Derek Soberal, another one of Toronto’s more famous cop baiters. He’s most famous for his incidents during the G20. I’ll include a video of Derek Soberal Gone Wild! after the video of Sunday’s incident.

One thing I notice from this video is that the police didn’t take any action to arrest anyone- despite the fact that Ichim and his crowd were disturbing the peace, and that there was physical violence. Now, obviously Ichim and his crowd are to blame for this debacle- but, we have to put some of the blame on the police too. It seems that they let the anarchists get away all too often.

I’ve experienced this problem personally before. I was attacked by some anarchists while filming one of their marches a few months ago- the police watched it happen, and came to pull them away from me, but no arrests were made. Two days later I was seriously beaten by a group of anarchists. Each time the police decide not to arrest the anarchists for their minor crimes, they feel more confident and end-up escalating to new heights.

It’s time for the Toronto Police Service to re-evaluate their strategy. Because, as it stands, they are failing miserably…

Here’s the video from Sunday:

And, here’s the video of Derek Soberal Gone Wild!

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    • The Hammer on November 13, 2012 at 13:01
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    It does not help that whenever one of these activistocrats is arrested the largest newspaper in town and the tax payer funded CBC run a series of articles making the activistocrats out to be victims. The main stream news media in Toronto have the police running scared.

    Some examples:–g20-ringleaders–mandy-hiscocks-diary-of-a-jailed-anarchist–another-view-julian-ichim-s-civil-action–g20-activist-pflug-back-has-strict-bail-conditions-altered

    • The hammer on November 13, 2012 at 13:10
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    Something tells me Derek Soberal was picked on a lot as a kid. Seems to be compensating for something.

    1. Yeah, I get the same feeling. Either that, or his parents didn’t pay much attention to him- he certainly is an attention whore now…

    • The Hammer on November 13, 2012 at 14:32
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    Oh I remember thi sguy. He was one of the leaders in that group CUPE paid to protest Rob Ford’s spending cuts. Trying to make it look like it was a big citizen uprising to overthrow a mayor who won a landslide election victory two and a half months earlier. Not to mention those cuts were the central theme in his campaign.

    1. Which guy, Soberal, or Ichim? You’ve really caught my interest on this one- any links or other info you have to share would be greatly appreciated…

    • The Hammer on November 13, 2012 at 15:37
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    Stop the cuts is basically run by CUPE 416. Anger at CUPE 416 is the main reason people voted for Rob Ford.

    Some good stuff:

    And some history on the 2009 strike that poisoned most of Toronto against CUPE:

    CUPE decided to punish and bully citizens during the strike:

    And so people voted for Rob Ford and he won in a landslide. People did not vote for Ford in spite of the fact he is a big jerk. They voted for him BECAUSE he is a big jerk and they wanted to stick it to the unions. It was a great victory for democracy.

    Anyway, unions hate him. This is just the tip of the ice burg. Dig some more and you will see a lot of familiar names pop up. There are other groups involved. So called anti-poverty and homeless advocate groups.

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