17 September 2014

September 2014 Bits and Bites: Ontartio Civic Elections Edition

On September 15 we wrote about Paulie's latest quixotic effort to achieve electoral office and noted that he has received an endorsement from the august leader of one of the numerous KKK factions in the United States, Tom Robb:

To get an idea of how pleasant a fellow Tommy Robb is, we provide these additional images:

Now, a normal politician might shy away from a character like Robb but Paulie, of whom there is little that is normal, happily accepted the Klan kudos:

16 September 2014

Two Anti-Muslim Incidents in Alberta

Last Friday Syed Soharwardy, a well known Calgary-based imam alleges he was twice struck by a car driven by a woman who also shouted anti-Islam epithets at him. Soharwardy wasn't injured, but he was understandably shaken by the experience.

And the reaction of some of the boneheads we follow? Not exactly unexpected:

While it might be expected that xenophobic, racist, antisemetic, anti-Muslim, violent, boneheads would support attacks on Muslims in the country, the unchecked rhetoric equating all Muslims with terrorists has appeared to have resulted in an upswing in anti-Muslim sentiments (as indicated by the comments on the "more mainstream" Calgary Sun. Until something is done, we anticipate that will not improve soon.

Anti-Muslim vandals strike Fort Saskatchewan home twice 
National Council of Canadian Muslims notes recent rise in anti-Islam sentiment 
By Andrea Huncar
CBC News Posted: Sep 16, 2014 7:59 AM MT Last Updated: Sep 16, 2014 7:59 AM MT

Members of Fort Saskatchewan’s Muslim community are once again cleaning up after a home that they use for prayer was vandalized with anti-Islam insults twice in the past week. 

15 September 2014

Paul Fromm's Exercise in Futility

We were actually planning on taking much of the month off. The lead writer has a hankering to learn the harpsichord and freed up much of her schedule to do so. Others were planning on other projects, but then Paulie decided to do this:

Paul Fromm, 65, threw his name in the race yesterday. He was fired from his job teaching English at Applewood Heights Secondary School in 1997 after he ignored warnings from administrators not to continue associating with known racists and white supremacists. The B'Nai Brith and other organizations had complained about his conduct at a series of right-wing political rallies.

That's right. Paulie is running for mayor on essentially the same platform as he did in 2010. Immigration causes traffic problems:

Paulie's boast to have finished in the middle of the pack during his previous mayoral run, while technically accurate, is yet another one of his finely polished turds. In fact his total vote count was under 1000 and he received only 0.65% of the vote:

Other than his abysmal showing he was practically a top tier candidate....

But the real reason for his run, we humbly suggest, can be found at the bottom of his announcement where he asks for donations. He makes a similar request here:

10 September 2014

A Bad Day For Terry: Tremaine "Looses" Appeal

UPDATE 1: We should have mentioned the spelling error in the title of our article (and we are sadly prone to such errors) was this time intentional. Sort of an inside joke that might have been a little too inside:

Sometimes it's fun to poke the bear, but on to our post on Tremaine.

Last we heard Terry Tremaine was appealing his contempt of court conviction.

Today, he learned that he was going straight to jail.

Do not pass go.

Do not collect $200.00

Ex-university teacher who posted racist messages headed for jail

CBC News Posted: Sep 10, 2014 2:32 PM CT Last Updated: Sep 10, 2014 2:32 PM CT

A Regina man convicted of contempt of court in connection with posting racist messages online has lost his latest appeal. 

Terry Tremaine, a former University of Saskatchewan math instructor, had his appeal dismissed Tuesday by the Federal Court of Appeal. 

Tremaine's lawyer, Andrew Hitchcock, told CBC News that Tremaine will turn himself in to authorities and will begin serving his 30-day jail sentence. 

Hitchcock said a decision whether or not to try to appeal to the Supreme Court hasn't been made yet.

Tremaine has been in and out of courtrooms for years after posting online messages that disparaged Jews, blacks and other minorities. 

The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ordered him to stop, and when he refused, he was charged with contempt. 

He was convicted and sentenced in 2012 to serve a minimum of 30 days in jail, with another six months added if he violated conditions set by the judge.

We guess Paulie might get to this story eventually. He can bitterly complain about the, "persecution" of "White Nationalists" then ask for donations to continue the fight to support these financially destitute victims of the tyrannical legal system.

That assumes that any donated monies actually reach the intended recipient through Paulie.

UPDATE 2: Looks like Paulie actually commented on this case much sooner than the usual week to 10 days it takes him to waddle over to his computer to capitalize on the plight of his suckers.... er.... we mean ideological allies:

6 September 2014

Southern Ontario Skins: A Cast of Stooges Part X

While the lead writer of the ARC Collective is planning on taking a hiatus for a month or so to recharge the batteries on a beach somewhere in Baja soon, it wouldn't seem right to leave when there are still a couple to loose ends to tie up.

Then again, we don't expect this particular loose end to remain tied for very long.

Our readers have been following a series that we lovingly refer to as the "cast of stooges" where we provide a running account of some of the misadventures of the Southern Ontario "Skinheads." One of those stooges, Jeremy Crawford, can't seem to help continuing to make a clown out of himself and a fool out of the rest of the SOS, particularly Max "Come at me bro!" Hynes who founded the gang.

In one rather epic and very well read piece on the blog, we posted the email exchanges between ourselves and Crawford who inexplicably believed that we were the SOS or, at the very least, would be willing to help him get in touch with Hynes and then member Brodie Walsh (who later had his own problems one can read herehere, and here). Eventually Crawford figured things out, but not before we were able to string him along for more than a month. Suffice it to say he was a little bit upset.

Now to get an understanding of why Crawford took so long to figure out who we really were, here is a recent example of Crawford thinking:

First, one would think that a prerequisite of running a prison gang like the Aryan Brotherhood would be the ability to spell Aryan. Second, we appreciate his simple logic, if one could refer to this line of thinking as logic: "Black are all criminals who sell drugs. You can trust me because I'm a former federal inmate jailed for selling drugs and possessing illegal weapons."

That being said, we didn't think we would hear from Crawford directly anymore. He's dumb as a brick, but even he knows when to quit, right?



Oh Jeremy Crawford. You are just a national treasure!

1 September 2014

John Beattie's Blind List and the Civic Election in Minden

On August 10, we posted an article concerning Jeff Goodall's efforts to win a seat on the Oshawa city council. As an unrepentant member of the old Edmund Burke Society and as an unrepentant racist, we were quite interested in his campaign. His friend, former leader of the Canadian Nazi Party John Beattie who is campaigning for the position of deputy reeve in Minden, Ontario, was quite happy with our article as he believed it would result in more votes for Goodall. However Goodall dropped out not long after our article was published citing the difficulties of a city-wide campaign. We had, somewhat tongue in cheek, taken some credit for his leaving the race. Goodall denied our article had anything to do with his dropping out of the race, Beattie at one point believed that our article was a contributing factor. Soon after though he apologized to Goodall for having written that the ARC article "scared [Goodall]" and caused his departure from the race.

Now, if our readers are wondering how we know so much about this, the reason is that we have had access to Beattie's email blind list for close to three years. Well, indirect access. We aren't on the blind list itself, but we are on another mailing list in which Beattie's messages are also included. Call it a sort of racist news aggregate. We never paid much attention to his messages (we actually got to the point where we were deleting the mailing list messages we were receiving from this source because they weren't especially interesting or useful), however Beattie's decision to seek elective office in Mindan resulted in our keeping tabs on his messages.

A few of his earlier messages, including one where he states his belief that elections are a waste of time as well as one that mentions lil' ol' ARC, are included here:

Back briefly to Goodall, we actually have Beattie to thank for letting us know that Goodall was running in the first place:

28 August 2014

Immigration Watch Canada Benign Name, Malignant Views

Meet Dan Murray, founder of Immigration Watch Canada:

This past April we posted a story concerning the efforts of Immigration Watch Canada to draw attention to what they claim as a "broken" immigration system. They did so in an especially dishonest way:

As we noted in our previous article, the bottom photo doesn't feature Brampton area Sikhs, nor does it depict Sikhs even living in Canada:

It might be important to note that Immigration Watch Canada couldn't even be bothered to include a picture of the Sikh community in Brampton that they are attacking. The photo, featuring Babu Singh Dukhiya, are of Indian nationals in India. None of them, so far as we can tell, are Canadian citiizens. Actual depictions of Sikh Canadians who have seamlessly integrated into Canadian society, such as the man in the photograph below donating blood at a Canadian Blood Service clinic and the the city councillor attending the opening of a new hospital, sort of doesn't fit with the nightmarish dystopian future they want people to envision as a result of immigration.

The phrase, "mainstream Canadians" is found on the poster and is echoed in the first paragraph of IWC website, though the word "population" replaces "Canadians" in this case:

Immigration Watch Canada is an organization of Canadians who believe that immigration has to serve the interests of its own citizens. It cannot be turned into a social assistance / job-finding program for people from other countries. It should never be a social engineering experiment that is conducted on Canada’s mainstream population in order to make it a minority.

Though they are attempting to present themselves as a group of citizens concerned about the levels of immigration to Canada, they reveal their cards pretty early in that "mainstream Canadian" = white/European Canadian.

This past Monday, IWC held a protest in front of  the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Chris Alexander's constituency office in Ajax, Ontario. The numbers were small and the message rather convoluted:

24 August 2014

Southern Ontario Skins: A Cast of Stooges Part IX (Aftermath)

It really is funny how things can turn on a dime. As early as August 18, Brodie Walsh was a member in good standing of the Southern Ontario "Skinheads," posing with his fellow boneheads as they model their latest t-shirts:

How come so many bonehead think that vacantly staring at
a camera is intimidating?
Oh, those were among the salad days of the SOS, a time when they were hopeful, naive, and ready to change the world. Or get drunk and beat up random people of color and excuse it as revolutionary activism. Either way, right?

But only two days later, things went a bit south. Very, very, south.

The reality is the SOS were, and still are, comprised of a bunch of ex cons and general fuck-ups so it isn't exactly a surprise that they would continue to fuck up. We have, however, been enjoying the very public nature of the implosion.

Our readers will have noticed that Max "Come At Me Bro!" Hynes posted the following two comments under the article in question:

brodie is out of the S.O.S, i fucking hate race traitors. i can deal with prior drug convictions but this is way over the line. That fucking piece of trash is out! He talked so much shit about how he was done with that life but i guess you can only go so far. that fucking goof is outof S.O.S!!!! 

brodie walsh is so stripped its not even funny!!

No Max, it is actually very funny.

The action wasn't confined to our little corner of the Interweb however. Walsh posted a comment on Facebook complaining about the article which he soon removed for what we think our readers will determine is an understandable reason:

22 August 2014

Max and the SOS Don't Seem Happy

While we will provide a much more detailed article regarding the Southern Ontario "Skinhead" backlash to our previous post on Brodie Walsh's.... uhm.... indiscretion, we thought that for now this clip from the classic movie, "Airplane!" should suffice as a teaser since it best captures the subtle nuances of their reaction:


More to come later, though we would like to teach "pure German" Jeremy Crawford a new word first.

Schadenfreude: (noun) Pleasure derived by someone from another person's misfortune.

20 August 2014

Southern Ontario Skins: A Cast of Stooges Part VIII (Nail in the Coffin)

Members of the Southern Ontario "Skinheads" keep giving us gold. It's as if they can't help making fools of themselves.

The latest entry in our "Stooges" series is once again Brodie Walsh:

See the really poorly executed "WaL$H" tattoo on Brodie's forearm? Remember it because you'l be seeing it again very shortly.