David Akin has published a list of the folks accompanying PM Stephen Harper to Israel. As Hardy notes in the comments here, one the people on the list is Julius Suraski. If you click on the image below, you can see that he is given as the ”events coordinator” for JDL-Canada, and indeed there are mentions and pics of him on-line in regards to various JDL-Canada activities.
Presumably, given is title, Julius helped arrange the bringing of American hate-monger Pam Geller (recently banned in the UK) to Toronto. Even more disturbingly, he seems to have been part of (Read more…)
The facebook entry is here, screen-capped below:
I’m not going to link to the defamatory stuff; it compares Mike Mann to Jerry Sandusky. You can find it through the link. Its about time somebody sued Mark Steyn. He’s an evil shit, and his writings served as a philosophical foundation for mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik.
Last night, Mark Steyn–the U.S. author whose writings served as the inspiration for Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik–performed in Toronto for a small crowd of mostly white geezers:
A good time was had by all, and several people laughed so hard their dentures flew out.
Randy Hillier showed up:
And I must say I’d never noticed that gap in his teeth before. Looks like he got it pulling the cork out of a bottle of moonshine. And, as noted in the header, Krista Erickson from Sun TV was there:
Every day she looks more and more like a brunette Ann Coulter. . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Krista Erickson Looks Like Ann Coulter, And Other Things We Learned About Mark Steyn’s Toronto Appearance Without Actually Going
From Zandar Versus the Stupid, an astute observation on the world Mark Steyn inhabits.Over at the National Review, Mark Steyn is clearly upset that we haven’t declared September 11th to be “National Take A Swing At A Muslim Day” and finds the world’s l… . . . → Read More: Mark Steyn pens another post designed to inspire future Breiviks
The idea of a “new conservatism” took root after World War II, ignited by the fear of Communism. But it was Irving Kristol, a former Trotskyite, who first promoted the idea of creating a political movement under the banner of Neoconservatism.A confirme… . . . → Read More: Pushed to the Left and Loving It: The Canadian Manifesto 7: From the Book of Genesis
As far as I know, I was the first person to note the possible connection between Norwegion mass murderer Anders Brievik and Ex EDL (English Defense League) leader Paul Ray. After that things got a bit confusing, with Ray cycling back and forth between … . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Anders Brievik/Paul Ray Update
Maurice Vellacott’s administrative assistant, Timothy Bloedow, once accused me of hating Christians. This was in response to my criticism of his critique of Dr. John Stackhouse’s review of Marci McDonald’s book: The Armageddon Factor. (Did you get all… . . . → Read More: Pushed to the Left and Loving It: The Canadian Manifesto: How the American Neocons Stole my Country
Dennis Gruending weighs in elegantly here.My view: if right-wing pundits like Steyn, and Tarrek Fatah, and Pam Geller aren’t nuts, then Brevik’s actions are sane. If dark-skinned Islamo-fascists really have infiltrated all le… . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Gruending On The Breivik Killings And "The Right"
The late Dalton Camp, former president of the now defunct federal Progressive Conservative Party, tells a story in his book: Whose Country is This Anyway, of a group of young conservatives who had disrupted a speech by Jean Charest.Charest at the time,… . . . → Read More: Pushed to the Left and Loving It: Has the Ottawa Press Gallery Joined Big Bird’s Red Army?
Not to mention, no doubt, things to drive American Homeland Security Batty and drive the McCarthyist Tea-bagger paranoid types off to the fainting couches. Norway’s response to the recent terror attacks, quite different from Dubya Bush’s “We’ll smoke ‘em out!” vengeance speeches following 9/11 or those crazy security measures like airport body scanners . . . → Read More: Things North American Corporate Media Would be Sure To Suppress But Would Be Crazy Enough To Work . . . → Read More: Things North American Corporate Media Would be Sure To Suppress But Would Be Crazy Enough To Work
On March 12, 2000; Pope John Paul II called for A Day of Pardon:Let us forgive and ask forgiveness! While we praise God who, in his merciful love, has produced in the Church a wonderful harvest of holiness, missionary zeal, total dedication to Christ a… . . . → Read More: Pushed to the Left and Loving It: Mea Culpa: Thank You Reader for the Correction
When Ann Coulter came to Canada to speak, and fabricate a threat to free speech, her visit was sponsored by two right-wing organizations: The Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute and the International Free Press.Clare Booth Luce is a conservative women’s… . . . → Read More: Pushed to the Left and Loving It: What Sun Media Doesn’t Want You to Know About Anders Behring Breivik
The Money-man behind the English Defense League denies that he is Breivik’s “English Mentor”:I do not know this man, I have never met him, and I am not his mentor.So now both of the men who have named as Anders Behring Breivik’s possible U.K conn… . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Alan Lake Weighs In
While English Defense League co-founder Paul “Lionheart” Ray first fingered EDL money bags Andrew Lake, another of the racist gang’s leaders, Tommy Robinson, (buddy of JDL chieftain Meir Weinstein and the Shaidles) insists that, no, it was indeed … . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: And Around And Around We Go: Just Who Is Breivik’s English Connection?
Boys ‘n’ girls, put your tinfoil hats on! It’s going to be a bumpy ride!
We all know about Michael Coren, pretty much implying that those kids at the Norwegian Labour Party Youth Camp on Utoya Island deserved their fate for being too left winged and too critical of Israel, in addition to . . . → Read More: What is This? The Most Right Wingnut Contest of Evul? . . . → Read More: What is This? The Most Right Wingnut Contest of Evul?
Given that Ezra Levant attacks Muslims at every opportunity, I was curious what he would have to say about the Norwegian disaster, and he didn’t disappoint.First off, he’s right to say that this was not a religious issue. Anders Breivik was not a Chri… . . . → Read More: Pushed to the Left and Loving It: Sorry Ezra. You Don’t Get Off That Easily
One of my favourite episodes of All in the Family was the one where Archie Bunker is singled out by a group of “concerned Americans” and asked to join their club. At his first meeting he has a rude awakening, when they all put on white sheets.For sever… . . . → Read More: Pushed to the Left and Loving It: From Archie Bunker to Don Cherry: Why Words Matter
Poor thing.Pam: Are celebrities responsible for their stalkers? Were the Beatles responsible for Charles Manson? Or Jodie Foster responsible for the shooting of Ronald Reagan? Of course not.Booman: That’s an interesting question. I don’t remember when … . . . → Read More: Pam Geller whines that she’s being scapegoated by the media
…and that’s good. I’ve been banging away at the possibility– that EDL leader Paul Ray might be the Norwegian killer’s “English Mentor”– for days now. There’s no mention of the “crusading Canuck” blogger who fed everyone the r… . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: UK Media Explore Possible Paul "Lionheart" Ray/ Ander Breivik Connection
The horror, tragedy and seeming madness of the killing spree in Norway are almost impossible to imagine. There is a temptation to focus on the mourning and solidarity with people in Norway and to resist analysis as something cold and foreign to the hum… . . . → Read More: RedBedHead: Norway: Terrible Side-Effect of Islamophobia
Preparing to massacre his fellow Norwegians, Anders Berhing Breivik found it impossible to illegally acquire a machine gun.Having failed in that effort, he purchased a Ruger Mini-14 which he described as “the most “army like” rifle allowed in Norway, a… . . . → Read More: Cowboys for Social Responsibility: Canada prepares to de-register Norway masscre weapon
Al Queda has been the go-to boogieman when acts of violence are perpetrated in western countries. The media, fed by right wing pundits and bloggers, does the full knee-jerk reaction, wondering aloud which brown-skinned, Islamic organization is responsible. Despite reports from both the UK and the US that right wing extremists were as . . . → Read More: Guardian: we can no longer ignore the far-right . . . → Read More: Guardian: we can no longer ignore the far-right
It doesn’t take a genius to predict what will happen when hatred becomes policy. After the Norway attack became public, Peter MacKay suggested that it is still a volatile world.It has been, and always will be, a volatile world, which is why it’s the re… . . . → Read More: Pushed to the Left and Loving It: I’m No Soothsayer But I Warned You