30 January 2009

Winnipeg Nazi Mom and Alicia Reckzin: This Should Be Fun to Watch

Most of our readers are probably aware of the the "Nazi mother" from Winnipeg who's children were removed from her and her then husband's home by Child and Family Services soon after her return from Calgary in March. "Nazi Mom" and "Nazi Dad" had been attending the Aryan Guard's "White Pride" march that month. Due to the publication ban we can't name the two parents involved, however the American-based One Peoples' Project ran a story today which provides more information. "Nazi Mom" has claimed that she's not an advocate of racial hatred, however her posts as Aryanprincess1488 would beg to differ with that claim.

Yesterday the CBC ran a story on their website discussing the case as it stands now as well as the efforts to keep the media from the hearings:

Manitoba goverment seeks to ban media from 'white-pride' custody trial

Last Updated: Thursday, January 29, 2009 | 12:57 PM CT

Manitoba is asking the provincial court to ban media from attending any part of a custody case involving a girl who went to school with a swastika drawn on an arm.

Child welfare workers removed the seven-year-old and her two-year-old brother from their Winnipeg home last year. The government is now asking the courts for permanent guardianship of the children but their mother is fighting to get them back.

Lawyers for Child and Family Services have filed an application to ban media outlets from covering the trial. News media outlets have until Feb. 3 to contest the motion.

Media are already bound by law not to report on anything that might identify the children.

The high-profile custody case received national attention and sparked a debate over whether children can be taken from their parents on the basis of suspected racism.

The children were taken away last year after the girl went to school with the swastika drawn on her arm and a teacher scrubbed it off. The mother helped her daughter draw it on her arm again, an act she regrets.

"It was one of the stupidest things I've done in my life but it's no reason to take my kids," the mother told CBC News at the time.

Child and Family Services case workers were alerted and went to the family's apartment, where they found neo-Nazi symbols and flags, and took custody of her son. Her daughter was taken from school.
In court documents, social workers say they're worried the parents' conduct and associations might harm the emotional well-being of the children and put them at risk.

Although she proudly wears a silver necklace that includes a swastika and has "white pride" flags in her home, the mother, who can't be named to avoid identifying her children, denies she's a neo-Nazi or white supremacist.

"A black person has a right to say black power or black pride and yet they're turning around on us and saying we're racists and bigots and neo-Nazis because we say white pride. It's hypocrisy at its finest."
"Nazi Mom" is claiming that her children were taken from her due to her political beliefs (Paul Fromm actually stated that the teacher who removed the swastikas and white power symbols from the little girl should be sued), but as there were other allegations made concerning substance abuse in the home (which even Thomas Trenerry, who has been fairly quiet of late, alluded to) and school attendance concerns.

Now, turncoat Alicia Reckzin has taken up the cause of "Nazi Mom":

Alicia has taken on quite a little project here. And, like her boyfriend Kevin Goudreau, she's equally as delusional when it comes to her importance in this matter:

We can imagine Reckzin's contribution will be as useful as Paul Fromm was to Terry Tremaine, Glenn Bahr, and any other ally he has attempted to assist before the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal.

UPDATE: In fact Jessie we're not breaking Canadian law. We haven't named the woman in the article nor will we. If an American website publishes the name, that is their business. However, out of concern for the children involved, the One Peoples' Project did remove the article. They may republish it with the names of the parents removed.


Anonymous said...

People can show pride in their heritage or nation without using a swazi, using "said" white pride as an excuse just to fend off any drone from the CHRC is nothing more than a cop out. Feeding ones beliefs towards children, as radical as they may seem (depending on how it's said) is just another form of child abuse.

Anonymous said...

Was not Alicia Recksin someone who helped C.S.I.S take down George Burdi? Seems odd that she has "hooked" up with a "Skinhead". Also trying to form a new group of Nationalist's. ????????????

Anonymous said...

I think Recksin got a more serious bump on the noggin than we thought when she had her run-in with Burdi. Obviously something got knocked loose somewhere along the way.

I wonder if she's going to become Deborah Campbell's champion next. (http://abcnews.go.com/US/story?id=6648877&page=1)

Anonymous said...

No matter what a persons political beliefs, You would have to be clinically retarded to even communicate with a C.S.I.S Informant. Left and Right are viewed with contempt from C.S.I.S