A video was posted to YouTube by Hamilton Ed (last name unknown), who is a staple at the Yellow Vest and other far-right rallies around the city. The posters were promptly ripped down by some stellar Hamiltonians, and police were called, who advised Ed that people had as much right to rip them down as he had to put them up.
Screenshot from YouTube comments
"Diversity hire," huh. And about those posters Ed...
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Fake posters in Kitchener-Waterloo are being falsely attributed to local antifascist collective Kitchener-Waterloo Against Fascism.— YVCE 🧛♂️🧛♀️🧛♂️ (@VestsCanada) February 24, 2020
We confirmed via the group that they did not design nor put them up in the city. #Kitchener #Waterloo #cdnmedia pic.twitter.com/BpZWKMhi0F
Here they are in full view:
These posters are exactly what one would expect from someone who
was anti-antifascist pretending to be antifascist.
If this strikes you as odd, you'd be right.
We reached out to folks involved with Kitchener-Waterloo Against Fascism and confirmed that they did not produce or put these posters up. In fact, they scoffed at the poor workmanship and design of the posters.
Now, we don't know exactly what transpired, but these are obviously fake and it's possible someone took a cue from Ronny Cameron.
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📣 Win Nay's Sex and Fighting Update 📣— EdmontonAgainstFascism (@EdmontonAgainst) February 8, 2020
Edmonton Against Fascism's Research Department said this was very important to share.
I will be contacting human resources to see about the Department's dismissal.
Until then, the post remains. pic.twitter.com/sHiKe4Ruru
This is a long one.— EdmontonAgainstFascism (@EdmontonAgainst) February 29, 2020
Highlights: Win Nay says he has police training and another colleague has military training.
Win Nay claims he is a member of the III%era but is corrected by an actual member. (1/2)@ARCCollective @VestsCanada pic.twitter.com/KQvMISGQ06
This led to a bit of a feud:
Win Nay, realizing being a III%er isn't just a state of mind, decides to call out III%ers. @ARCCollective @VestsCanada pic.twitter.com/wIXK8pVP5d— EdmontonAgainstFascism (@EdmontonAgainst) March 1, 2020
Where a ...duel?...was discussed.
* * * *Win Nay and Admon, part 2. Posts have been deleted, but before they were we captured Win and Admon discussing having a duel.— EdmontonAgainstFascism (@EdmontonAgainst) March 1, 2020
Other so-called patriots intervene to try to get them to stop.@VestsCanada @ARCCollective
Part 1: https://t.co/YcQpCSNAfo pic.twitter.com/BaslcWveKF
Robert Jones, former Proud
Boy Grown Ass Man, has upped his extremist ante, re-joining Twitter to share some siegepilled garbage and describing himself as a neo-fascist, with a skullmask and a sonnenrad.
Jones, who would increase the average age of Atomwaffen by 7 years all by himself, has evidently become further radicalized since his days with Proud Boys, Northern Guard, and Soldiers of Odin.
Boomer Division reporting for duty.
He's gone full antisemite. We're wondering how Meir feels about this, given his previous relationship with the JDL:
And is engaging George Burdi's (RaHoWa, Heritage Front) new folk music partner, Cat Weiss:
It's safe to say that the radicalization pipeline worked on Jones.
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Tim Jones, of Nova Scotia and previously/currently of Northern Guard, has recently showed off his fancy new vest from yet another "motorcycle club," Rogue Brothers, that features some interesting patchwork:
And that's a wrap on February, 2020.