When ARC learned that, in addition to the $50,000 legal bill owed to her lawyer, Faith Goldy would also be hit with an additional $43,000 in court costs to Bell Canada I knew that she would face this challenge with grace and dignity.... if by grace and dignity I really meant crying, gnashing teeth, and begging:
ACTION ALERT: Faith Goldy is trying to use @gofundme to raise over $43,000 to pay for her failed lawsuit. Goldy has previously been banned from Patreon. You can join us in reporting her campaign, which violates GoFundMe policies, at https://t.co/nWka5qNB1K #topoli #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/LHR9TR6GtG— Canadian Anti-Hate Network (@antihateca) December 17, 2018
UPDATE: Goldy is trying to fundraise on GoFundMe. It's against their policies and we can stop her efforts to pass the buck for her failed lawsuit. Join us in reporting the campaign: https://t.co/mujS8GU72K— Canadian Anti-Hate Network (@antihateca) December 17, 2018
Faith Goldy is also soliciting bitcoin donations on her @gofundme page, another violation of their terms of service. Don't let her pass the buck for her failed lawsuit. Join us in reporting her campaign by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or at https://t.co/nWka5qNB1K. pic.twitter.com/cplPkCzNc8— Canadian Anti-Hate Network (@antihateca) December 17, 2018
Those last two tweets will become relevant soon enough.
If one had gone to her Go Fund Me page, one would notice that every single person who contributed was a male because despite her recent marriage they STILL are desperate to get her into bed which is really pathetic.
Still, she does have her female supporters, one of whom post the following onto Tyler Malenfant's Yellow Vests Canada Facebook page:
The subsequent discussion which includes former III% member and former leader Beau Welling, Freebird Media personality and ethno-nationalist Alexander Van Hamme, and Georges Hallak quickly turned into a farce (more so) when someone successfully trolled the lot of them:
Unfortunately, the fun didn't last:
No exaggeration. Her GFM profile really was taken down that quickly:
Update: Goldy has removed the bitcoin solicitation from her GoFundMe page. Here's a screenshot from when Goldy was kicked off Patreon in May (Goldy posted it on her own Twitter at the time). pic.twitter.com/hC3Li7FASy— Canadian Anti-Hate Network (@antihateca) December 17, 2018
Thank you to our supporters for making this happen. Thank you to @gofundme for making the principled decision to remove her campaign. pic.twitter.com/Mbjkrn5Jfo— Canadian Anti-Hate Network (@antihateca) December 17, 2018
UPDATE: Goldy has a very high opinion of herself as she whines.
.@faithgoldy suggests she + fellow nationalists are being backed into a corner and (((globalists))) may leave them with no other choice than violence. https://t.co/PfUIFzDkzN— Alheli Picazo (@a_picazo) December 18, 2018
That's a totally normal, healthy political movement. Rahowa and all that. #cdnpoli
Tyler Melenfant, a man who has a history of posting racist, Islamophobic, and antisemitic rhetoric, is trying to raise $4000 for the following:
And despite most of these people knowing of Malenfant for at best a week and in some cases claiming to be unemployed and hard up for money, there are those who seem willing to pony up:
The reason why Cruise feels Melanfant is trustworthy is.... well.... you sort of have to see it to believe it (even though you won't be at all surprised):
Having his photo taken in front of Trump Tower is enough to make Cruise trust that Malenfant is on the level.
If that's the case, I should even be more trustworthy since when I was recently in New York, I had my picture taken in front of Trump Tower not once, not twice, but thrice! Sure, two of those pictures involved me impotently giving the building the middle finger which did nothing other than temporarily make me feel better since buildings are non-living, unconscious, structures devoid of any emotions.... but yeah! I sure showed THAT assemblage of steel and masonry what's what!
Now while many people are as credulous (one might uncharitably suggest gullible) as Cruise, others are a might bit suspicious. The following is part of the very lengthy exchange that took place on the thread which involves the usual backbiting:
Lots of suspicion and anxiety, however it appears the some of the most critical comments have been deleted and those who posted them kicked out of the group since, to use the vernacular of the alt-right, Tyler Malenfant is a bit of a snowflake who doesn't like criticism:
ARC will continue to keep an eye on the Yellow Vests Canada page as well as other far-right groups who have appropriated the symbol from the French protests. In fact the next article on this topic will reintroduce readers to a familiar face:
Yep, John Richard Marleau, formerly of the Aryan Guard and Blood & Honour, is advocating using violence to achieve their goals: