NDP Candidate Fights Bill C-51, Backs Anti-Canadian Violence Advocate (Feat. Jacqui Gingras)

Jacqui Gingras: Hates Bill C-51, fetishizes revolutionaries

Jacqui Gingras: Hates Bill C-51, loves revolutionaries

Jacqui Gringas is the NDP’s candidate for North Okanagan-Shuswap, a riding covering towns including Vernon and Salmon Arm, BC. With the exception of a year spent as executive director for a now defunct charity, Gringas’ LinkedIn page gives the impression she’s spent her whole life as an academic. Her last job was as an associate professor at Ryerson University- she recently moved home to run in the election, chances are she’ll hightail it back if she loses.

The press release announcing Gingras’ candidacy claimed that she’s “campaigned for climate justice with LeadNow, for a fair economy with the Occupy movement, and for Indigenous treaty rights with Idle No More”. The first claim can be confirmed, but there’s no evidence available to prove she’s taken part in Occupy or Idle No More (I’ve participated in and researched these movements in-depth and never heard of her until now).

If you’ve been following this website’s research on LeadNow then you probably already hear the alarm bells- their leader Jamie Bigger personally apologized to me in 2012 after he and his colleague publicly called on supporters to overthrow the government. But it gets worse folks, two days ago Gingras backed the country’s most prominent supporter and enabler of far-left violence- a woman who’s openly declared that Canada is an illegitimate country.

Bad judgement, or part of the gang?

Bad judgement, or part of the gang?

On August 17th, just two days ago, Gingras signed a petition on Thunderclap petition started by Vancouver activist Harsha Walia. The petition was for a new initiative apparently being led by Walia called NeverHome.ca, the website is currently only an “under construction” page.

Walia is Canada’s most prominent supporter of Black Bloc style violence and street fighting with the police. In 2010 she openly declared her support and “deep respect” for people who “de-arrest”, a violent tactic that involves large crowds threatening and using physical force against the police to pull back their comrades who are being arrested. This website’s favourite quotation, “this movement is not about breaking windows, but it is about breaking windows” can be seen on the video below.

Walia is often on the front-lines of activist violence. At the 2010 G20 she was leading the march, clearing space for the Black Bloc with her husband Harjap Grewal. She was right on the front lines at Occupy Vancouver when Black Bloc thugs got into a street fight with Vancouver Police (one who got hit over the head with a heavy wood pole). She was also right on the front line at Vancouver’s violent May Day dance party when a group of violent thugs clashed with and intimated a group of very nervous-looking police officers.

Adding insult to injury, not only does Walia support the use of violent protest, but she also doesn’t recognise the legitimacy of the Canadian state. Walia, as she recently wrote in an article for the Venezuelan state-owned news agency teleSUR, doesn’t think much of politicians either- saying “No, politicians don’t really care about our families”. Considering Gingrass’ support for Harsha Walia, we can presume she doesn’t care much for Canadian families either.

What does "health activism" have to do with the Arab Spring?

What does “health activism” have to do with the Arab Spring?

In 2014, Gingras led a seminar at the Fourth International Critical Dietetics Conference, at the Dominican University in Illinois. It sounded kind of wacky, exploring “health activism” in the context of Occupy, Idle No More, and the Arab Spring. That last one is curious, when one of her former comrades at LeadNow.ca called to overthrow the government in 2012 he shared the stage with a man who claimed to be one of the leaders of the Egyptian revolution.

One of the patterns I’ve discovered studying the fight against Bill C-51 is that many of the legislation’s most vocal opponents are people who I genuinely hope are being watched by the government. Gingras appears to follow that trend, politicians who are either stupid or corrupt enough to support an anti-Canadian violence promoting revolutionaries like Harsha Walia seem to be a genuine danger to the public- and, of course, she’s vehemently against Bill C-51.

Dear friends in Central BC, whoever you vote for in this election, don’t vote for Jacqui Gingras- or (of course) any other politician who signs up their support for violent thugs…


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    • wilbert on August 22, 2015 at 09:25
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    Climate Justice or Equal justice same thing different folks …After a Survey showed a drop from 41% to 26% of people believing that Human cause the Climate Change. The US administration had to come up with a RUSE, so they could Vilified the Coal Industry. So since they are losing the GW battle? A switch to making CO2 a Pollutant and a harmful asthma-causing particulates. Does that sound Familiar ?
    EPA Director Lisa Jackson (Richard Windsor) MEMO Titled: “Strategic Communications Conversation,” Most Americans will never see a polar ice cap, nor will ever have a chance to see a polar bear in its natural habitat. Therefore it is easy to detach from the seriousness of the issue. Unfortunately, climate change in the abstract is an increasingly — and consistently — unpersuasive argument to make. However, if we shift from making this issue about polar caps to being about our neighbor with respiratory illness, we can potentially bring this issue home to many Americans. There will be many opportunities to discuss climate-related efforts this year. As we do so, we must allow the human health argument to take center stage.
    We must begin to create a causal link between the worries of Americans and the proactive mission we’re pushing. That “mission” is to advance EPA’s sweeping regulatory authority and restrictions by any and all means possible. The EPA must continue to ensure we maintain a constant pipeline to that ever-important cadre of reporters, but also pursue a bloc of reporters who would fall outside the typical press gallery of EPA. Specifically The ethnic minority press [African-American, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American], women-oriented press, youth press, urban radio, bloggers and key columnists. The new strategy is to rebrand the EPA mission to be about equal justice. It is important for us to change this perception, particularly among those who are critically impacted by EJ [equal justice] issues, but are otherwise unchurched. meaning, they are not affiliated with a group or effort that would self-identify as EJ or environmentalist.


  1. Typical NDP moron!

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