US Paid Canadian Attacks Breitbart’s Advertising- Both Get Free Publicity! (Feat. SumofUs)

Emma Pullman of the billionaire-backed “grassroots”

News came out today from the Canadian Press that the University of British Columbia and Université de Montréal have blocked from advertising on their websites. UBC claimed their policy isn’t to allow ads from what CP called “extreme political sites” but a mistake caused one page to carry Breitbart. The impact to the conservative website was huge, “the cost [of the ads] was under a dollar” UBC said.

The initiative was led by Emma Pullman, a campaigner for the American billionaire-backed “grassroots” NGO She claimed that the intent of her action was to “to show our support and register our outrage at the rise of the extreme far right”.

But there’s more to the story, right? To understand, we need to look at who benefitted and who lost.

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[UPDATED] Meet The Women Behind Canada’s Anti-Trump Marches (Feat. Clinton Foundation, NDP, Unions)

Who’s the organiser in the yellow jacket?

[UPDATE: Christopher Wilson interviewed protesters at the woman’s march in Vancouver who indicated they travelled to the march because it was “free”. Who paid for it then?]

The Women’s March On Washington appears to have been grassroots at the beginning. Retired Hawaii lawyer Teresa Shook set up a Facebook event page promoting the idea the march after the election- and it quickly went viral. But, perhaps demonstrating her lack of experience as a professional protester, she made the faux pas of calling it the “Million Woman March”.

It didn’t take long for the politically correct shit to hit the fan when professional activists complained the name had already been used for a black women’s march in 1997. Suddenly there were allegations of racism, cultural appropriation, and complaints there were too many white women organising. All was forgiven after the reins were handed to three “intersectional” activists (Muslim, Black &  Hispanic) with deep ties to the Democrat industrial complex.

But what about the Canadian arm of the movement, was it real or is it AstroTurf? The best way to find out is always to look into the people and organisations behind the protest. As many suspected, it includes many of the same politicians, political operatives, and labour unions we see involved with most other big “grassroots” protests.

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Racist Organizes Toronto Trump Protest, Oppression Olympics Ensues! (Feat. Wesley Williams)

University of Toronto Student Union Exec Cassandra Williams spoke too

At 2pm Friday afternoon, while their American counterparts were charging through Washington DC on a violent rampage, a group of Toronto anarcho-kiddies kicked-off an “Anti-Fascist Rally And March” to protest Donald Trump’s inauguration. Organisers described the event on its Facebook page as “a day of action and resistance” created “in defiance of fascism and hatred at home and abroad”.

If you’re already familiar with organisers Wesley Williams (a.k.a. Quasir Ali) and Lane Patriquin then you’ve probably already busted your gut laughing. Both were present and spoke at a hardcore racist Trump protest back in November, and both took prominent roles in the mayhem during Dr. Jordan Petersons October demonstration at the University of Toronto.

Williams is also well known for the racist patch he wore at a 2015 Black Lives Matter protest- “I am the Death of the Palefaces”, it declared!

Barely a handful or two showed up for the protest. So despite Williams calling for “diversity of tactics”, there wasn’t much of an opportunity for violence with an almost equal balance of cops and protesters. Observers and clickbait hungry media were instead awarded by a world-class demonstration of Oppression Olympics and tragically stupid rhetoric that might make even Justin Trudeau blush.

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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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