Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Free Dominion, the Fourniers, and "John Does" Revisited

Our friend BCL has already done the heavy lifting so we will simply direct our readers to his blog.

Suffice it to say that a third judge has ruled in Richard Warman's favor and has stated that Mark and Connie Fournier must provide the ips of those named in Warman's defamation suit. It also awarded Warman costs, though that number has yet to be determined.

And now, we await the inevitable Greek Choir's lament and gnashing of teeth to occur on the Free Dominion boards.

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Heritage Front in the News Again: Libya Connection

When the people of Libya rose up revolt some months ago, there were very few people who defended the Gaddafi regime. One of those who did defend Gaddafi was Ian Verner Macdonald who, as we wrote about soon after he made his statement in defence of the tyrany in Tripoli, has a very long association with racist extremism in Canada and helped to facilitate a meeting of Canadian racists with the the Libyan government in the late 1980s.

We wrote about the links between the Libyan government and Canadian racists, as well as the fact that the experience in Libya in large part led Wolfgang Droege and others to found the Heritage Front. Now the msm has decided there's a story here as well:
Gaddafi’s ‘Libyan Friendship Society’ with Canada’s racist movement
May 28, 2011 – 9:00 AM ET | Last Updated: May 27, 2011 7:54 PM ET 
Colonel Muammar Gaddafi has been a lot of things during his more than four decades in power: coup leader, revolutionary, nuclear proliferator, dictator — and friend of the Canadian racist movement. 
Libyan agents began forging ties with the leaders of Canada’s extreme right in the late 1980s. Twice, the Gaddafi regime brought delegations of Canadian “white nationalists” to Tripoli, where they were feted and given cash. 
“The common ground was the hatred of Jews,” said Grant Bristow, who went on one of the trips in his capacity as an undercover Canadian Security Intelligence Service agent. “That was the basis of the relationship.” 
The Libyan support for Canada’s racist right is a reminder that long before Col. Gaddafi began his brutal crackdown on the Libyan opposition, triggering a NATO military intervention, he had been an international menace, fomenting violence and unrest. 
Even in Canada. 
In 1987, the Libyans invited the Nationalist Party of Canada to send a delegation to an event marking the first anniversary of the U.S. bombing of Tripoli, said the Toronto-based party’s longtime leader, Don Andrews. 
President Ronald Reagan ordered air strikes on Col. Gaddafi’s compound after Libyan agents bombed a German nightclub, killing American servicemen. The dictator survived but his adopted daughter died.
“I knew they needed the white faces for Libya’s one-year celebration of the Reagan bombing,” Mr. Andrews said in a recent interview. “I knew we’d be used as propaganda but I thought, ‘Sure, why not. We don’t mind that.”
Based out of a house in east Toronto, the Nationalist Party was Mr. Andrews’s latest far right group. Before that he had headed the Western Guard. “White People,” read one of his flyers, “Canada belongs to us.” 
He said the Libya trip was mostly just a free vacation in the desert but the Nationalist Party also opposed “foreign aggression,” such as the U.S. air strikes. He sent a delegation of 13 to Tripoli. The Libyans paid for the trip and gave the group US$700. 
Two years later, Mr. Andrews was invited to send another delegation, this time to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the coup that brought Col. Gaddafi to power. Mr. Andrews sent Wolfgang Droege, the co-founder of the Canadian Ku Klux Klan. He had just been released from a California prison. Also on the trip was Mr. Bristow, who was posing as a racist while he spied on Mr. Droege. “We sent 17 the second time,” Mr. Andrews said. 
In an interview, Mr. Bristow called it “the great Libyan adventure.” The Libyan government paid for everything. He said Mr. Droege saw the trip as a chance to lobby Col. Gaddafi’s regime to fund the Canadian racist movement. 
“Droege was hoping to set up a long-term relationship with the Libyans,” recalled Mr. Bristow, who now lives in Alberta under the name Nathan Black. “He was looking at maybe there could be some stable, substantial movement funding from the Libyans.” 
As documented in Warren Kinsella’s 1996 book Web of Hate, the delegates flew to Rome and then to Malta, where they boarded a ship to Libya. “We got taken off the boat and moved to a place that we jokingly referred to as Camp Gaddafi, which looked like it was a foreign worker type compound for oil workers or something,” Mr. Bristow said. “It had a swimming pool, almost like guest villas.” 
The Nationalist Party delegates visited the Tripoli market and the ancient Phoenician trading post at Subratha. They toured the house bombed by U.S. warplanes, which had been converted into a museum. 
“There wasn’t exactly a lot to do,” Mr. Bristow said. “It’s not like the Mai Tais and Margaritas were aplenty there. It would basically be your Mormon version of the all-inclusive.” 
On the day of the revolutionary celebrations, a problem emerged over what to wear. The Libyans wanted the delegates in uniforms but Mr. Droege refused. “Droege said, ‘No, we’re not going to wear some sand n—ers’ uniform,’ ” Mr. Bristow said. “He said it’s not going to happen.” 
In the end, the Canadians agreed to wear the uniforms, which were simply green pants and t-shirts. But the dispute exacerbated a rift in the Nationalist Party, and Mr. Droege began planning to form his own breakaway group. 
Mr. Droege was souring on Libya. He had been unable to meet any officials to solicit funds, and he was troubled to learn that Col. Gaddafi was supporting Nelson Mandela’s African National Congress. “This made the regime anathema to him, from a racist ideology point of view,” the Security Intelligence Review Committee wrote later in a report. 
The main event was held at the Tripoli stadium. “It was your usual contingents of people with a variety of uniforms on from various Third World banana republic-type countries,” Mr. Bristow said. “You know, the Congo and places like that that sent some army people to march through the stadium in solidarity of Muammar, some speeches and that kind of grand spectacle.” 
Before the delegation returned to the ship for the voyage back to Italy, a Libyan agent gave them $1,000. It was a disappointing outcome for Mr. Droege, who had envisioned a lucrative financial pipeline. “It didn’t work out the way Droege wanted it to,” Mr. Bristow said. 
But even that meagre Libyan donation soon evaporated. On the return flight from Rome, the plane stopped in Chicago, where Mr. Droege was arrested for violating his parole conditions, which prohibited him from entering the United States. 
The Libyan money paid his legal fees. Mr. Droege was escorted to the border and returned to Toronto. Within days, at least partly because of what happened in Libya, he formed his own racist group, the Heritage Front. 
Mr. Droege continued to talk about getting money from the Libyans, and wanted to identify Libyan agents in Montreal so he could sell them information on Jewish groups in Canada. But it never happened. 
Penetrated from the start by Canadian intelligence, the Heritage Front collapsed and Mr. Droege became a full-time drug dealer. In 2005, Mr. Droege was murdered by a delusional addict named Keith Deroux. 
And with him died what Mr. Bristow called the Libyan Friendship Society. But he does have one memento, a photo he took of Mr. Droege standing next to a policeman in Malta.  
“We thought it was very funny, the only time when Droege was ever really friendly to a cop.” 
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We have the feeling that the mere mention of Grant Bristow will drive our friends at Free Dominion to distraction, as they are convinced that the entire Heritage Front affair was a creation by CSIS to discredit the Reform Party and to push a social engineering agenda:


We've sort of given up trying to convince them that they're wrong (we don't doubt that they will learn that the hard way in the end). However, it might be instructive to take a look at one of the early meetings of the Heritage Front. The following video (thanks to the kindness of the CJC) is a commemoration of terrorist Robert Mathews and features not only Wolfgang Droege's introduction of the speakers, but also Paul Fromm who continues to be a figure in the Canadian racist movement (in the first video, Fromm begins speaking at the 10 minute mark after the woman representing the Women for Aryan Unity and a young man from a group calling itself the Canadian Alliance, and begins the video in Part II). We think this will turn out to be one of the earliest public meetings of the Heritage Front to be published online, dealing with an event that took place about a year after the Libyan experience.

Droege was killed in 2005. Fromm is still a significant figure in the Canadian WN movement. Perhaps our Free Dominion friends might wish to discuss whether the Heritage Front was entirely a CSIS operation with Paulie?

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Jeff Hughes Death in the News

This came out in the evening on Tuesday. Shall we anticipate the response of the boneheads?

No charges in police shooting of white supremacist

By: ctvbc.ca
Date: Sunday May. 22, 2011 5:37 PM PT

The Victoria Police Department has decided not to recommend charges in the shooting death of Jeffery Scott Hughes, a Nanaimo resident killed in a confrontation with Mounties almost two years ago. 

Reported Assault on Weekend

We received this information a few moments ago:

At 2:30pm on Saturday, a friend of mine saw two boneheads come up to the front of a house in Bridgeland where two people of colour were sitting on their balcony. The boneheads really worked to start a fight, throwing racial slurs, threats and challenges at the two men until finally provoking them. As soon as the fight started, six more boneheads came around the corner where they had been waiting. One was armed with nunchucks and another with bricks. The person my friend was with called the police, who put them on hold. The boneheads beat the hell out of the two unfortunate guys and were gone well before the cops showed up.

Request For Contact

To the individual who posted as "Fetus," could we ask that you leave us an email to contact you? There are some things we think we need to discuss, and perhaps share.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Revisionism: It Ain't Just For the Holocaust

Any new photos of Paulie, you ask? Take a gander at this one:

Why, oh why, do you make this so easy for us Paulie?

Now while we might think that this is yet another picture of Paulie trying, and failing, to pull off the rugged outdoors man look, he does have a new friend who thinks he embodies all the mythic hero of a Joseph Campbell archetype:

Well, Kevin Strom, formerly of the National Alliance and, after a huge falling out with the new leadership of the NA soon after the death of William Pierce founded National Vanguard, isn't exactly a new friend of Paulie as they have a pretty long history. And we actually are less interested in making fun of Paulie than we are addressing some revisionist comments made by both, er.... men.

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Kitchener News Article on Kyle McKee Published Today

Ex-Kitchener resident at forefront of white nationalist movement  

By Josh Brown, Record staff
Fri May 20 2011 

Kyle McKee caused an uproar in Kitchener when he hung a Nazi flag outside his rented Kitchener home.

Six years later, and now based in Calgary, the 25-year-old skinhead has become one of Canada’s most active white supremacists, leading a group dubbed Blood and Honour.

“Kyle has become quite successful for becoming the main spokesperson, the leading light and the one leader,” said Jason Devine, a spokesperson for Anti-Racist Action Calgary.

Monday, May 16, 2011

The Sad Life of John Beattie

We don't intend this to be a long post, but we did see it as somewhat telling of the state of the, "White Nationalist" movement over the long term.

On this blog, we have written about John Beattie who in the 1960s came to minor prominence as the leader of the Canadian Nazi Movement. He fell in and out of the media through the 70s, only to re-appear in 1989 when he hosted a celebration for fellow racists on land near his home in Minden, Ontario. Now, he posts the occasional rambling message on Stormfront, operates a poorly constructed website for his British Peoples' League (which, while appearing to consist of himself and a few seemingly elderly drinking buddies, he seems to believe will soon be an international force to be reckoned with..... as soon as someone, anyone, is willing to start donating money for the cause... really, anyone and any amount.... a dollar even.... hell, they'd be pleased to be given a half-eaten sandwich at this point) and finally a rambling Internet "radio" program that has the feel of an "old man yelling at the kids to get off of his lawn" to it.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Paul Fromm and the Fine Art of Turd Polishing

We may have engaged in a little bit of schadenfreude concerning Paulie's most recent electoral emasculation (okay, we were practically giddy). After all was said and done, a man who mocked Jason Devine for his vote tally in past elections wasn't able to win more votes than a member of the Communist Party in the most conservative province in a very conservative city.

We don't think even Paulie was so delusional as to believe he would win (though that didn't stop the self-delusion of some of his supporters) but we do think that he would be a little bit embarrassed by the outcome after all the bravado and the claims that he was going to, "stick it" to Conservative incumbent Jason Kenny. This would presume that Paulie actually possesses the dignity and self-respect that allow him to feel embarrassed. Such is not the case as he instead presents failure as success:

We think most of this is pretty self-explanatory -- Paulie is trying to trumpet the, "success" of his campaign while at the same time rationalizing why he failed -- but there are a few points that we enjoyed reading:

Friday, May 13, 2011

Marc Lemire Denies Past Again

Now that Blogger is back to normal, on with the blogging!

The Warman and the CHRC vs. Lemire case will be heard by the Federal Court this coming December.

Our bet is that Section 13 will be upheld with the financial penalty provision stripped, however if everyone knew the outcome there wouldn't be a need to have the court rule in the matter so we'll wait for the final decision (one way or another, it doesn't affect what we're doing here).

Of course we expect Paulie, the good folks at Free Dominion, Levant, and a few others to be paying very close attention, but as a Wikileaks document states, outside a few media outlets (we humbly submit to being included here), there isn't a lot of attention being paid to this case amongst the majority of Canadians who are more concerned with the economy (the main reason for the Conservative victory most likely) and simply going about their lives. It isn't on their radar, however Paulie and Lemire would have people believe that the entire nation is waiting with baited breath in anticipation of the Federal Court's ruling in the matter:

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Free Speech for Geert Wilders. Not So Much for Canadian Press.

Speechie darling and anti-Muslim bigot extols the virtues of Western Culture, including the right to free speech.

He's right. Freedom of speech is something we should be proud of. Part of the wonderful legacy of the Enlightenment.

It's a shame then that Geert has a problem with freedom of speech when applied to the people he says he wants to warn about the dangers of Muslims who want to take away our freedom of speech.

Does that make sense? Eh, whatever! On to the article!

Wednesday, May 04, 2011

At Least One Bonehead Celebrating Conservative Majority Likely to Be Very Disappointed

Before we get to the main story, we thought we would share a comment left on the blog. This individual had left an earlier comment that we didn't publish and is now complaining about how we refuse to publish it because we don't want our readers to know how truly intelligent boneheads really are.

We swear that we haven't changed the quote in any way.

god damn is this site full of Pansy wont even post my comment after i make a good point, Are you afraid to make anyone who doesn't agree with you look even relatively smart like hell " herp derp lets just post the comments that make them look dumb BUT if a smart one comes along lets not post it herp derp. " 

Yep, you've cracked the case. You are so intellectually superior that we are far too intimidated to allow your comments to be published on this blog for fear that you'll sway our readers to agree with your obviously well reasoned and logical conclusions.

Now that is out of the way....

While many of our readers, and most of the members of the Collective (except Sparky who is still gloating) are disappointed by the outcome of the election on Monday, our favourite fat neo-Nazi is rejoicing in the victory of Mr. Harper's Conservative Party:

Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Historic 41st General Election. Oh, And How Did Paulie Do?

Yes, the Conservatives won a majority (Sparky is pleased, though the rest of are not). Yes, it was a historic night for the NDP, now the Her Majesty's Official Opposition. Yes, the Liberals, the "natural governing party" were humiliated. Yes, the Bloc was absolutely destroyed. And finally yes, the Green Party has their first elected member.

We realize the significance of this election and that more knowledgeable and politically astute people than we will be analyzing the outcome for years to come as the political landscape has been turned on its head.

However, our interests are focused on one race in particular.

How did Paulie do?

Sunday, May 01, 2011

Non-Election News (i.e. Life Goes On)

First, the big news that will no doubt overshadow the election tomorrow:

Yeah, that's sort of a huge story.

And second, something that will be overshadowed by both the reported death of bin Laden and the election, but still covered here because it's sort of our niche: