Tuesday, November 30, 2010

What John Marleau and Paul Fromm Think About David Lane and Africans

We realize that we run the risk of turning this blog into the Marleau and Paulie show, but they provide so much low hanging fruit from which to work with.

First, our favourite bowl full of jelly who isn't St. Nick, John Marleau.

Our readers can figure out what we think of David Lane quite easily. We consider him to be a thief and a murderer, as one of the most prominent members of the terrorist gang, the Brüder Schweigen, however Lane was a revered figure amongst White Nationalists who hung on his every word, especially his, "fourteen words." Lane's death in prison in 2007 resulted in a a minor mass hysteria amongst his fellow travelers who mourned the loss of the man. Hell, they even fought over the mortal remains, such was the desire to have at least some connection to the, "great man" of the movement.

To say anything less than glowing praise for Lane is enough to have your commitment to the White Nationalist movement seriously questioned. So it goes without saying that the Canadian Movement will also worship Lane as a martyred demi-god.

Or not.

Tremaine Walks on Technicality

Well, it isn’t exactly the birthday gift we had hoped for, but given the circumstances we aren’t terribly surprised.

Today Terry Tremaine managed to have get off on contempt charges related to his violation of the CHRT decision against him. However it wasn’t because the judge in the case ruled that he hadn’t done the deed, or that the CHRT decision was invalid, but because the CHRC didn’t immediately register the decision with the Federal Court or make Tremaine aware. In short, Tremaine had what appears to be a period of grace where he could continue to post hate propaganda until the decision was registered with the Federal Court and he was informed as such.

We're Three Years Old!!!!

Leather is the traditional gift, fyi. You know, just in case you're considering sending us a little something.

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Aryan Guard is Now Blood & Honour. Or Not?

It's been a while since we've checked up in the relationship between the racist gang formerly known as the Aryan Guard and their bastard child W.E.B.:

Mr. Reitmeier, you have the floor first:

Friday, November 26, 2010

Lacey Dawn Snyder of Edmonton in the News Again

Back in May, we wrote about Lacey Dawn Snyder and Dylan Trommel. Both had just plead guilty to a racially-based assault on a 32 year old student from the Congo which involved racial epithets and bear spray.

Guess who was in the news again for all the wrong reasons:

More than 300 stolen IDs also retrieved during downtown search

EDMONTON - Two Edmonton men are in custody after police seized 300 stolen pieces of ID, blank credit cards and a record quantity of a "date-rape drug" at a downtown residence.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

They Miss Us

You know, it's interesting how most of the comments left for us during the last week we've been absent have been from boneheads. It's almost as if they get a masochistic thrill out of reading our articles making fun of them.

It's okay. We'll be back soon.

Fact is we made a bit of a decision to take a little bit of a break. The members of the collective have been preparing for an upcoming trip, celebrating the birth of a child, going into the hospital for minor knee surgery, and other events that have popped up. We figured that this was as good a time as any to take a mini hiatus.

However, this doesn't mean that we still aren't active.

We should be back full time again in a week or two once we've recharged our batteries.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Paul Fromm Not a Fan of... Toronto Mayor Rob Ford???

This past October we here in the Collective watched with baited breath as Paulie, Tommy and Donnie were all trounced in their respective mayoral campaigns, which was completely expected (we were surprised that voter turn out in Mississauga, London and Toronto appeared higher than in the past). Truth be told we really were only paying attention to Fromm and Winnicki though, as we had experienced Don Andrews' dog and pony show during multiple civic elections in Toronto and, frankly, we were a bit bored by him. Besides, we knew that the Toronto race was going to be won by conservative Rob Ford and as most of us here are lefties politically, that sort of bummed us out a little bit.

Things took an interesting turn today however when Paulie posted a screed on both Stormfront and his own Facebook profile directed at the Canadian Jewish Congress, Rob Ford and the Ford for Mayor campaign. The focus of the screed centers around someone Paulie claims once worked on the Ford campaign (a Mr. James Alcock) but, because of his connection to Fromm and a planned speech to Paulie's Alternative Forum, was dropped as a campaign worker due to CJC pressure.

We don't know a great deal about Mr. Alcock at this point. From what we've been able to gather, he is associated to some degree with the conservative Toronto Party and is someone especially interested in mass transit and transportation. Mr. Alcock himself posted the following in the "Team Rob Ford" Facebook group:

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Paulie's Election Sign: People Aren't Fans

Well, the Terry Tremaine hearing seems to be winding down and by all accounts they have been pretty standard fare, Also, as one report that has reached us indicates, they must be very boring for Paulie who has been attending the hearings. At one point, the sound of a loud saw could be heard within the room. When looking for the cause, it became apparent the origin was Paulie who was snoring after having fallen asleep.

Speaking of Paulie, looks like his election campaign ads have become an issue (which begs the question, why are they still up considering the election occurred weeks ago?):

Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Second Rehberg Brother Convicted of Hate Crime

Our main focus remains the home invasion that took place in Calgary, however we would be remiss if we didn't make our readers aware of this:
N.S. man guilty of hate crime in cross-burning 
Last Updated: Tuesday, November 9, 2010 | 7:47 PM AT 
A second Nova Scotia man has been found guilty of inciting racial hatred and criminal harassment after a cross was burned on an interracial couple's lawn near Windsor nine months ago. 
Nova Scotia Supreme Court Justice John Murphy convicted Nathan Rehberg, 21, of both charges after a two-day trial in Kentville. He will be sentenced in January.

Monday, November 08, 2010

Request for information

Would the individual who left the message (you know who you are) please send us his or her email? It will not be published. We would however like to further discuss what you wrote in light of new information we received.

Jason Devine, Bonnie Devine, and Other Male Attacked in Home Invasion

We had heard yesterday that Mr. Devine and other anti-racist activists had flyered a neighborhood where Aryan Guard members were believed to have lived.

Last night Jason, his wife Bonnie and another male staying with them were attacked in their home by five individuals. The Devine's four children were asleep and unharmed thankfully.
Anti-racism coalition member targeted in home invasion
Updated: Mon Nov. 08 2010 11:23:34 ctvcalgary.ca 
A Calgary anti-racism activist was the victim of a violent home invasion overnight.Police are looking for several suspects after five masked men armed with blunt weapons broke into a home in the 5400 block of 8 Avenue SE just after 1 a.m. Monday. 
The men were armed with bats and hammers when they barged into the house.

Saturday, November 06, 2010

"Beast of Bolzano" is Dead

Michael Seifert, pictured here with his Canadian lawyer Doug Christie, died today in an Italian hospital at the age of 86. Seifert had been extradited to Italy in 2008 where he had been convicted him in absentia for war crimes. Seifert was an especially violent concentration camp guard who's brutality earned him the moniker, the "Beast of Bolzano." His crimes included starving a 15 year old girl to death, torturing a woman before murdering her and her child, and gouging out the eyes of a prisoner.

He was convicted by an Italian court of these and other crimes in 2000. He fought extradition for a number of years, but he eventually lost and was returned to Italy where his crimes had been committed.

Friday, November 05, 2010

Justin Rehberg Convicted of Hate Crime

Sometimes often we don't need to add commentary to a story.

Cross burning a hate crime, judge says

A Nova Scotia man was found guilty Friday of inciting racial hatred for burning a cross outside the home of an interracial couple in rural Hants County, a decision the Canadian Jewish Congress calls "precedent-setting."

Justin Rehberg, 19, pleaded guilty last month to a charge of criminal harassment stemming from the Feb. 21 incident in which Michelle Lyon and Shayne Howe discovered the burning cross, with a noose attached, on the lawn of their home.

Monday, November 01, 2010

Winnicki Denied Entry into Mark Steyn Speaking Engagement: Throws Hissyfit

First, our Nazi friends are pretty poor when it comes to math. Thanks to our friend Louis, we were able to read the following on another Facebook profile:

Sure, he was in fourth place, if by that you mean fourth last. As in 11th place.

For those who might wish to give, "Max" (pictured here with Paul Fromm, Tomasz Winnicki, Louis Morin, Dave Ruud and Terry Tremaine) the benefit of the doubt and argue that he might be talking about some of the early returns, that's a no go too. At no time was Winnicki ever better than 10th place as results rolled in.

But we aren't here to rehash the election. Nope, Winnicki is in the news again because he was rejected. Now we're sure that Winnicki has become quite used to being rejected in numerous areas of his life, but this one must really sting.