Writing about the radical left can be a dangerous business. I’ve already been violently assaulted, smashed over the head with an anarchist’s flagpole- and, have been threatened too many times to count. Today the threats continue- only, in the form of a poorly done rap song by a young man who has about as much talent as he does common sense.
Cameron Monkman is one of the unfortunates, like Taliban Billy, who was probably a good person inside until the radicals got a hold of him. But, now, he appears to be lost in the rabble- and, it seems he has at least one friend at the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE)…
Monkman is another person who was involved in the Occupy Toronto Livestream at Ryerson University last week. He’s close friends with some of the RadLeft’s biggest clowns and cop-baiters- people like Zach Ruiter, Derek Soberal, Cathy Walker and Davyn Calfchild (a.k.a. Reverend Davin Ouimet)- a racist who thinks that his Indian Status Card gives him the right to smoke besides children’s playgrounds.
I was doing some research this weekend when I came across Monkman’s Facebook ‘fan page’. There was some pretty interesting stuff there, like the picture of him shooting Prime Minister Stephen Harper- as I said, he’s pretty messed up by the radicals (and, apparently, some guy from CUPE). I wanted to keep track of his page, so I hit ‘like’, it seems young Monkman didn’t like that. It also seems he has a bit of an ego problem, and a poor understanding of how to spell- paparazzi?
This morning I woke-up to an email alert that Jeremy Oliver (a ‘journalist’ who makes false reports about police violence) had posted a video of Monkman rapping a song about me. Not very upsetting, all publicity is good publicity, but he did include a threat indicating I may be in danger when “the cops run out”. He also invokes Godwin’s Law– typically, a sign of desperation.
As with all threats made against me, this one will be reported to the police today. Very few of the threats made against me have been so crystal clear and irrefutable- so, I will insist that the police press charges. And, I’m guessing federal authorities may want to have a talk with him about his picture of Harper. This is the sort of thing that can get one into some pretty serious trouble…