Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Racist WCAI Members Don't Like Being Called Racists

Today a report was released detailing a significant rise in hate crimes against Muslim-Canadians across the country in 2015 according to Stats Canada:
The number of police-reported hate crimes against Muslims jumped by 60 per cent in 2015 compared to the previous year, according to Statistics Canada. 
New data released Tuesday show there were 159 anti-Muslim incidents reported to police that year, up from 99 the year before.
In another CBC News article, the Edmonton police have arrested a blogger Barry Winters with LGBTQ hate-related offences. Winters was targeting not only specific members of the LGBTQ community (as well as the community in general), but he also has a long history of targeting First Nations and Muslim-Canadians as well as other minorities. The article included the following:
The Alberta Hate Crimes Committee advocacy group Tuesday put out a news release expressing concern about the most recent data from Statistics Canada showing that, overall in Alberta, hate incidents were up by 39 per cent in 2015, climbing from 139 to 193, compared to a five per cent rise nationally. 
The Alberta Muslim Public Affairs Council, which tracks Islamophobic-related incidents, says members are seeing an upsurge.
With this background, ARC received a message from a reader in Edmonton who sent us the following note:
Just now on my lunch hour as I was leaving City Centre mall near the end of my lunch (ends at 1pm Alberta time), I noticed a group by the Canada 150 sign that was installed in front of Edmonton City Hall. About 4 boneheads were around a woman on a megaphone who was saying stuff that was mostly blocked by the wind, the fountain and some music. As I passed by they had a sign laying down with the paraphrased message of "Keep Canada safe from Islamic People". I've been off of your site for awhile but didn't know they were operative out here and wanted to pass along info. 
The group in question included members (and evidently not many of them) of the Canadian Combat Coalition, perhaps a smattering of Soldiers of Odin members, and of course Sandra Solomon who is currently on a tour of Alberta. Ryan Dean had been making a point of promoting Solomon's travels, including her appearance in Edmonton:

Not sure Ryan "Alberta" Dean is not going by Ryan Abertaz. Maybe he's had a stroke and lost control of his fine motor skills temporarily while typing the new name? Perhaps "Abertaz" just sounds more extremez. Suffice it to say, it just seems stupid.

The "fake media" in this case seems to be specifically focused on a journalist from the "Edmonton Journal" who wrote a scathing piece on the WCAI, CCC, and SoO protest at a Red Deer high school.

Ryan Dean and Joey De Luca continue to hold a grudge because, as discussed in a recent article, they have skin that makes origami paper look like leather by comparison:

Yes, because making veiled, misogynistic, threats to, "confront that bitch" certainly makes you look like a well adjusted and respectable member of the community Joey.

What both Dean and De Luca continue to chafe at is the continual references to the racism and bigotry of the WCAI (and, by extension, CCC) which is unfair because.... why is that Joey?

Ah! That's right! Both the WCAI and CCC are inclusive, multi-ethnic (there are at least three shades of white), hate groups advocacy groups.

But let's examine one little part of what De Luca has claimed here:

Anytime, you say?

Well then, you might want to get to know your "Manitoba captain" better then because he's a whole heaping pile of anti-Semitic and racist comments:

Since in other instances Wielenga appears to know what the difference between
a Sikh and a Muslim is, it might be proper to assume he's not a fan of Sikhs as well.

Now, I have to be fair. Jesse Wielenga is no longer the WCAI Manitoba captain:

He's now the "National Vice-president" of the WCAI.

Apparently Joey confused the term "kicked out" with "promotion."

There's also his buddy Ryan Dean who, while the head of the CCC, is also allied with the WCAI:

And on his own profile:

Finally, there's De Luca, who along with Dean and Wielenga, engages in causual racism and homophobia:

Muds, eh?

Oh, and there's also this:

Yep, Kyle McKee and his friends in the WCAI:

FYI, a fantastic exposé on Devon Mannix can be found here.

Yeah, there's a lot more, but I think perhaps the best way to put their claims to not being racist to bed is looking at the quality of the people the WCAI attracts:

This is an obviously faked "National Geographic" cover. The photo is one of a series that be found on a European nude modeling and pornographic site (and no, I'm not going to provide a link, but if you feel the need do a reverse image search like I did and it will take you right to the page).

This particular photoshopped image was posted to the secret WCAI Facebook group:

The other responses are all quite informative:

There are a few people that assume the man is a Muslim (I wonder why?) but most just see him as a man who happens to be black.

And the average WCAI member here is disgusted that a black guy is with a white woman because black people are apparently "like animals," "rapists," "inferior" and generally just icky.

But they aren't racist.

Perish the thought!

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