Canadian Combat Coalition president Dan Dubois said yesterday that he was disappointed by the turnout at his anti-immigrant and anti-government rally on Parliament Hill on Saturday.
If he was disappointed by the dismal attendance on Saturday of no more than 100 people, then he should regard the second day as an unmitigated disaster:
At best, there were 40 people.
It's at this point I would post audio of a sad trombone, but this was so pathetic I can't even bother myself to make fun of it any more.
One interesting development though was learning more information about Kevin "No Show" Goudreau:
ARC had speculated that, given that Dubois is an avid reader of the blog, he would well aware of who Goudreau was and that his presence at this rally was a tacit acceptance of Goudreau's as a "patriot" however perversely Dubois and his ilk define the term.
Well it would appear that Dubois was not only aware of Goudreau's presence during the rally, he had interviewed Goudreau the previous evening at their camp site:
The "work beyond the past" bit is in reference to Goudreau flat out lying by claiming he isn't a white nationalist or an antisemite:
Dan Dubois is either willfully lying when he suggests he believes Goudreau's lies or he incredibly gullible. Goudreau's embrace of Nazism wasn't a youthful lark. It is a philosophy that he still very much holds to:
- October Bits and Bites (Halloween Edition): Ronny Cameron and Taxes, JDL Targets "Your Ward News," WCAI Sad Face, and "The Goudreau"
And if that isn't proof enough of his beliefs, some of the posts on his Twitter and Facebook profiles should put all that to rest: