Dec 09

Why Did City Hall Give A Race Relations Award To A Racist? (Feat. John Tory)

On December 6th the city government gave the William P. Hubbard Race Relations Award to Black Lives Matter Toronto. As most of this website’s readers already know, BLMTO has a racism and a violence problem. Knowing this, I headed down to City Hall to ask members of the Council what their opinion was on this massive screw-up.

Stay tuned for a detailed written account of my trip to City Hall, a look into the individuals who voted on the award, and their relationships to city councilors and the city’s NGO/SJW industrial complex.

And, as always, if you like my work and want to contribute towards my costs traveling to and covering stories like this messed-up awards ceremony, You can find my PayPal account here and my Patreon account here (any amount, no matter how small, is greatly welcome).

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City of Toronto Gives Race Relations Award to Black Lives Matter (Feat. Gord Perks)

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Dec 06

Email To City of Toronto Communications Advisor About BLMTO’s Racism

City councillor Gord Perks gives award to BLMTO

City councilor Gord Perks gives award to BLMTO

This evening I went to Toronto City Hall to watch Black Lives Matter Toronto get the William P. Hubbard Award for Race Relations. It was a disgusting example of political ambition overriding common decency, BLMTO is one of the most divisive organizations in the city, co-founded by a black supremacist.

I approached the city’s Communications Advisor Susan Pape and asked her for comment on how the city could award a group connected to so much hate (see video below). She asked me to write her and promised a quality response to my question. The letter is below. Stay tuned Thursday for videos of city councillors scurrying away when I asked them the same questions.

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Dec 05

Activist Group With Racist Co-Founder To Receive Toronto Race Relations Award Tomorrow

William Peyton Hubbard in 1913

William Peyton Hubbard in 1913 (Rolling in his grave now)

William P. Hubbard was a great Torontonian. Born on the then outskirts of the city to former American slaves, Hubbard worked his way up from baker to cab driver and eventually became one of the most celebrated and influential politicians in the city. He’s credited as being “instrumental” in the creation of Toronto Hydro & Ontario Hydro.

In 1999 the City of Toronto honored him by creating the William P. Hubbard Award for Race Relations. The city’s website explains that the award is presented “to a person or persons whose outstanding achievement and commitment has made a significant contribution toward a positive race relations climate in Toronto.”

The award is a great idea in concept, and it’s gone to some great achievers including the first Black Canadian elected into the legislature, Kamala-Jean Gopie “a doer, not a chronic complainer”, and Samuel Getachew who recently wrote an interesting article praising Andray Domise.

But something has gone horribly wrong. This year’s Hubbard award is going to one of the most divisive groups in the city’s history that was co-founded by a supremacist who recently called an Ethiopian refugee a “coon”.

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Nov 28

Andray Domise’s Twitter Account Disappears- Is He Pulling A Scaachi?

Why would he do that?

Why would he do that?

Update: Domise’s Twitter account is back up but it looks like he’s nuked most of his tweets, there are only 287 left at the time of this update.

Three days after social justice journalist/politician Andray Domise’s last court hearing for his domestic assault trial there’s a new development with his social media presence. As of at least noon today, Domise’s Twitter account is no longer visible to the public. A small number of his tweets are still cached in Internet archives.

The most interesting are a series of Domise’s retweets of one of Gregory Alan Elliott’s most public and dishonest detractors. She called on people to automatically assume Elliott was guilty based on the fact that he was charged. One would assume now that the tables have been turned that Domise might have a different view on this issue.

This isn’t Toronto’s first high-profile SJW Twitter shut-down. Buzzfeed writer Scaachi Koul very publicly shut down her account in February after she got a lot of backlash after she posted a call for submissions that likely violates Ontario’s Human Rights code. But Scaachi was tricky, Twitter keeps the data for at least 30 days after someone closes this account, she took advantage of this and re-opened her account before it expires.

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