We would like to introduce our readers to Monika Schaefer, a three time (and perhaps four time) federal Green Party candidate in the Alberta riding of Yellowhead:
Now, anyone being promoted by the likes of Topham in regards to this particular conspiracy theory is likely going to have some other suspect views. Ms. Schaefer confirmed this when she referenced, "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" as if it is a legitimate primary document rather than the plagiarized fraud it has been proven to be time and time again:
The promotion of "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" on Topham's website isn't a surprise given his own virulent antisemitism (and which was one of the reasons he got into a wee bit of trouble not so long ago). In fact Paulie himself suggested at the racist London Forum where he spoke in the Spring of 2015 that Topham would attempt to prove "The Protocols" as legitimate:
One of the books they want to fight about is the "Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion." I keep asking, "do you really want to fight about this one?" We're going to have, I suspect it's not a secret. I'll tell you the secret. One of our witnesses is going to be representative Dr. David Duke who is bringing out a book, the illustrated, annotated.... "Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion." We may have another American witness on that. Somebody who might be in this room this afternoon. If they really want to fight about that....
There's going to be some important issues at stake. You know the conventional line about the Protocols is that it is a forgery. I always find that to be an interesting def... er, well, accusation. Because if it's a forgery that means there was an original. You know if we have a print here like the Mona Lisa that isn't the Mona Lisa and and we say that it's a forg... well, it's a print or a copy. But there is a real Mona Lisa somewhere. Well, you can see how this is going to get interesting. I'm surprised they want to open this up because Arthur is a pitbull. He isn't going to let this go....
In the article itself Topham, in his forward, can't help but throw in a little bit of a antisemitic caricature in the form of a photoshopped graphic:
The other comments were also of interest:
Back to Schaefer now, it is clear from other sources that she wasn't all that pleased by the Green Party leader's response:
Now full disclosure. When we saw Ms. Schaefer's letter on Topham's website we intended to post something about it then, especially in light of the controversy resulting from Ms. May's truther petition to Parliament. But without going into a lot of detail, other issues had come up (both for the blog and in our personal lives) so we put the project aside, the promptly forgot about it.
Yeah, we done f'd up.
However, Ms. Schaefer once again reminded us recently of her existence and, given what we've seen, she's gone further down the rabbit hole and is now also a Holocaust denier as well as a 9/11 truther:
|Hmmm, Paulie posting fellow Topham supporter and former Albera |
Aryan Nations leader Terry Long's views. Also interesting.
We're not going to post her video, but again Arthur Topham is pleased to provide a brief summary, both in the forward and the accompanying comments:
Not exactly subtle.
It also seems that Holocaust denial and 9/11 truther conspiracy theories are a bit of a family affair. According to neo-Nazi nutter John de Nugent, her brother is Alfred Schaefer. Mr. Schaefer is responsible for these videos:
|Ugh! An hour of Brian Ruhe would be bloody unbearable!|
|Yep, Alfred's a fan of William Pierce too.|
We've always believed the best way to fight cockroaches like Monika and Alfred Schaefer is to shine a light on them and watch them scurry for cover.
Correcting our previous error when we neglected to pay the attention her rhetoric warranted, here's a big ol' spotlight on the Schaefer siblings now. It won't be the last.