We posted an article on the blog earlier this month where we suggested that government legislation that would provide CSIS more powers wasn't in the best interests of the Canadian people. We based that conclusion on the role CSIS and their mole Grant Bristow played during the early years of the Heritage Front. It was . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Elisa Hategan Comments on Danger of Giving More Power to CSIS
NOTE: Thanks to our friend for sending us the link to the McHale video. Very much appreciated.
Back in October when Gary McHale (he of Caledonia infamy) threatened to sue him because he published accurate information about the man, Warren Kinsella decided to crowd-source his defence. Specifically, he was looking for the following information:
. . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Fromm Supports Gary McHale. Again.
Earlier today, we were contacted by "Maclean's" and asked about our take on the demise of Sec. 13. We responded as follows:
We think that the government was incredibly short sighted in their decision to eliminate Sec. 13. It was a useful and cost-effective tool in the effort to eliminate some very vile, hateful, . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Response to the Demise of Sec. 13 in "Maclean’s"
A friend forwarded us a number of interesting screen shots from some of the hacked emails, including those from Kermit the Frog impersonator Bill Noble.
Since one of our focuses is currently on Rob de Chazal (who, along with Shawn Macdonald and Alastair Miller, is accused of a series of assaults), we did a little . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Rob de Chazal: The Lemire Connection