Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Our Twice-A-Year Celebration of "Dead Nazi Day"

We've written in the past that we do not celebrate the deaths of anyone, including boneheads.

We do make at least two exception to this general rule.

While boneheads like to commemorate April 20....

.... we prefer to commemorate April 30.


Monday, April 29, 2013

Oxford University Press Apologizes to Richard Warman

The link is here, but here is the screen shot:

It will be interesting to see who will be next.

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Brad Love, Michelle Erstikaitis, and Luka Magnotta

This is going to be a little bit rambling and surreal. Please bare with us.

Most of our readers are aware of who Brad Love is. For those who don't know who he is, he's a 55ish year old man who has been, for decades, mailing racist screeds to public officials. Not just one or 10 or 100, but 1000s (one wonders where he finds the time). His harassment of politicians and public officials goes back more than 20 years in fact (we will provide excerpts from an article below detailing this fact):

'Scurrilous' mail nets 20 days in jail 

Toronto Star - Toronto, Ont
Farrell Crook
Feb 16, 1993 

A Mississauga man has been jailed 20 days for mailing "scurrilous" material involving racial and ethnic minorities to two Toronto-area members of Parliament.

The Brampton judge said he was not imprisoning Love, 35, for the views he holds, but for using the mails to send two MPs scurrilous material.

Saturday, April 27, 2013

Saturday Night Trivia: Marc Lemire Edition

So, riddle us this Marc....

Where were you on June 15, 1999?


Yeah, childish.

We can live with that.

Monday, April 22, 2013

An Interesting Development in Our Identification of Boneheads

Yesterday we started publishing the unidentified boneheads, some of whom are found in this picture:

One of the guys we were wondering about was this fella here:

Hey, nice Schutzstaffel you got on your collar buddy. Sort of something that might be able to use to help identify you. Or at the very least pick you out of other pictures.

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Southern Ontario "Skinheads": Who's Who?

It isn't a surprise that the boneheads read this blog. In fact, since we were the only media that even wrote anything about their little march in London last weekend, some have been paying close attention:

But then again they might not always be pleased with the coverage we provide:

While we didn't see any evidence that Winnicki attended the march, we thought that it was time to take a look at those individuals who are known to have attended (both SOS members and their supporters) as well as some of support that didn't make it to this event.

Saturday, April 20, 2013

This Writer's Concern About Israeli Apartheid Week

This is going to require a more thorough response later on, but I would like to provide something of a start to the discussion. We've been asked on a number of occasions why this blog has never published anything supporting Israeli Apartheid Week events in Canada. While I can't speak for the other members of the Collective, I will provide, briefly, why I have significant concerns about this movement.

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Paul Fromm, the London March, and the Fine Art of Turd Polishing

First, let us begin by stating if the boneheads in London, ON wish to hold another march and rally in the same manner that they did yesterday, we unreservedly support their efforts.

No, really.

We will explain, but first we should note that Paulie provides his account of the march yesterday:

Why don't we first examine the claims Paulie makes in this account?

Saturday, April 13, 2013

London, Ontario: Today's Bonehead March in Perspective

They had been planning this for a while (goodness knows they had to make up for the disaster that happened last year) and though we expected it soon, we didn't know when it was going to happen. But today, Max Hynes and others associated with the Southern Ontario Skinheads (as well as Paul Fromm) held a march and rally in London, Ontario.

But there were not any dramatic confrontations despite the claims of the boneheads they would, "smash" the anti-racists next time they met.

As one of our friends noted, they decided to keep the march and rally a secret, then rallied in front of a closed government building and empty street while most people were at home eating dinner. And all the while, most had their faces covered.

"White Pride" indeed.

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Backanded Compliments and Unintended Comic Relief

Free Dominion has evolved.

No, really. Let us explain.

There was a time, in spite of any evidence to support the claim, that some members accused us of supporting violence against our ideological opponents. We provide the following example:

In fact, we were not just accused of being violent, but we were all but accused of being an organized terrorist cell:

FYI, 20 years prior to Mark writing this commentary, the eldest member of ARC at the time would have been 12 years old and the youngest 5. And if anyone would like to learn about more than 30 years of violence, political and otherwise, might we suggest a perusal of "A History of Violence" which our Free Dominion friends dismiss out of hand because it does not conform to their particular worldview.

But evidently, perhaps in an acknowledgement that they don't actually have any proof for what is claimes about us (and they will never find the proof because there is none), at least one Free Dominion poster has jettisoned the whole "ARC is violent" accusation:

Tuesday, April 09, 2013

Gordon Warren Should Consider Hiring a Lawyer....

.... because if he doesn't, he's likely to be squashed like a bug.

Then again, a lawyer might only delay the inevitable:

Blogger banned from writing about brothers

Posted: 04/8/2013 11:53 AM | Last Modified: 04/8/2013 1:56 PM

Internet blogger Gordon Warren will have to be careful about what he says or writes about businessmen brothers Sandy and Robert Shindleman.

Friday, April 05, 2013

Update on Kitchener Assault: McKee's Name Mentioned

First, if any of our Edmonton readers know anything about this story, please give us a heads up:

Racist grafitti on house focus of hate crimes probe

We don't know if it's one of the usual suspects, someone we aren't aware of, or a random act of idiocy, but we would like to find out.

But in the meantime, we have an update on the assault that took place in Kitchener, ON for which Jessie Lajoie, Eric Marshall, and M.K were arrested.

Max Hynes

Even though we were told that we could legally print the name of the victim, we didn't feel comfortable doing so until we saw it published elsewhere (that, and we still were not sure what his real name was). Max Hynes, currently a leading member of the new Southern Ontario Skins and formerly associated with Kyle McKee's Blood & Honour chapter, was allegedly attacked in August 2012. A better image of Hynes can be found below as he celebrated New Years with Paul Fromm a few years back: