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Sunday, September 15, 2019

The CNP Eligible For Official Party Status Part I: This Article is the Teaser. ;)

If you'd like to see what ARC and YVCE are planning for the next blog post and you don't mind spoilers, feel free to scroll to the end of this article. Then come back and read through the rest. I don't think you'll be disappointed.

By the end of August Travis Patron's efforts to have his far-right Canadian Nationalist Party recognized as an actual officially recognized party appears to have come to fruition:
Elections Canada sent party leader Travis Patron a letter on Thursday. It confirmed the party met the requirements for eligibility under the Canada Elections Act and can be registered for the upcoming election if the writs of election are issued on Sept. 9 or later. 
Even then, the party is still not actually registered. It must still endorse a candidate, whose candidacy then must be confirmed by a returning officer. Patron says he will run under the party banner in the southeast Saskatchewan riding of Souris—Moose Mountain. 
If readers click on the link they will note in the article there is mention of a plan to publicize the identities of those who supported the party’s Elections Canada application. Know that we WILL get back to this. In fact it will be the primary focus of the second article.

It shouldn't be a surprise to learn that Patron is very pleased:

Patron himself will be running in Souris-Moose Mountain in Saskatchewan (a Saskatchewan mountain???) and appears to be the only CNP candidate running in the 2019 federal election though this sad fact hasn't dampened his enthusiasm:

The fly in the ointment for Patron, as I've already alluded to, is that he and members of his newly minted official party are terrified of having their membership revealed:

I stress once again that we will absolutely be addressing this in the second article (if you AREN'T a CNP member or supporter, you are REALLY going to like it).

Since becoming eligible to run as an official party, Patron has been busy posting.... uhm.... rather unique policy position videos:

Not exactly a lot of detail. Other policy positions include:

Just to get a taste of the views of supporters of the CNP, Patron posted these on Facebook as well. Let's take a look at one such example:

The comments by the supporters of the CNP are rather enlightening:

His misogynistic views on women as well as disdain for the LGBTQ community are also further fleshed out in his posts:

I guess Warden didn't read the "unmarried
women with no children" part.
In fact the LGBTQ community has become a bit of an obsession with Patron and members of the CNP who last week protested outside the CBC building in Toronto regarding the documentary "Drag Kids":

Guess who else showed up:

Bill Whatcott and Paul Fromm. Our friends with Yellow Vests Canada Exposed posted a thread on Twitter dealing with Fromm's involvement and his interview with CNP and reactionary Yellow Vest supporter Lily:

In fact, this protest reminds us that the Canadian Nationalist Party, in addition to being Islamophobic, racist, anti-LGBTQ, ethnic nationalists who recently supported a discredited article in the "Vancouver Sun"....

.... but they are also virulent anti-Semites:

I will remind readers that Patron put out an overtly anti-Semitic video this past spring targeting the Jewish community:

At the time he claimed that this video wasn't anti-Semitic and used anti-Semitic tropes to justify his claim:

Now he isn't even bothering to hide it:

There is much more damning information that I'll be posting later regarding the views of Patron and members of the CNP.


I just want to get back to the real fear that those who signed the confirmation allowing the CNP to become registered as an official party will be made public. As public documents these forms become the property of all Canadians. This is true of every political party registered with Elections Canada and despite Patron's claims of victimhood the lists of other parties, including the five mainstream parties currently present in Parliament, have also been subject to public scrutiny. The only difference is that these other parties have not been overtly racist, anti-Semitic, Islamophobic, misogynistic, fascistic, ethnic nationalist parties.

Anyways, at one point I got to thinking that as a journalistic endeavor, perhaps ARC and YVCE could request access to those documents? And perhaps those names could be published.... oh, I don't know.... here? I mean, wouldn't people like to ask their neighbors why they decided to support the efforts of a fascist political party that has plans to target Muslims, Jews, immigrants, and women among others? I know I would have a lot of questions and concerns myself.

So in the interest of transparency that is exactly what ARC and YVCE plan to do.

The next article will contain a list of names and cities/towns of individuals who signed the forms that allowed the registration of the far-right Canadian Nationalist Party; we won't publish the addresses however. I stress this is not, as Patron claims, doxing. These are public documents that every citizen can access and Canadians do have a right to know who in their community has supported the registration of this far-right party.

I won't be posting many images of the forms in the upcoming article but as a bit of a preview I will post these two. Readers won't be surprised by what they see:

Readers will already be very familiar with Paul Fromm (seen here with members of the now outlawed terrorist hate group Blood & Honour):

But for those who need a reminder Jody Issel has also been featured on ARC, first when he attempted to form a Saskatchewan chapter of the Aryan Nations as well as his presidency of the Moose Jaw chapter of the Soldiers of Odin (he also participated in at least one Aryan Guard rally in Calgary):

Readers will no doubt be interested in seeing who else is on that list.

Stay tuned.


Mark said...

The Cons have taken this riding by 70% or more, the last three elections:

Has been Reform/Alliance/Con since 97.

This has got to be near the top of the list of the safest ridings for the Cons, including even Alberta.

Even better, as of right now, the only announced candidates are the Con incumbent, Mr. Patron, and the PPC guy. There's still time for the other parties to submit candidates; I'm sure the Libs, NDP and Greenies are totally right on top of that.

Anonymous said...

Good move, lets see that list!