Today was an historic occasion as Prime Minister Trudeau formally apologized in the House
to Canadian Sikhs for the Komagata Maru “incident.”
Former Prime Minister Harper had apologized in 2008
, however that apology occurred during an event in Surrey, BC, which was a disappointment to the Sikh community who wanted the apology made on the floor of the House of Commons. We should also note that Trudeau’s apology on behalf of the Canadian government was supported by the Conservative Party, NDP, Bloc Quebecois, and Green Party.
Someone who wasn’t pleased with the apology?
Of course it was Paulie!
Now Paulie wrote up a long-winded missive that we aren’t about to publish in full that he intended to deliver in a speech at the press gallery at Parliament Hill.
We put emphasis on, “intended”:
Controversial speaker denied access to Parliament for a second time
Just over an hour before Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was to rise in the House of Commons Wednesday and deliver an apology to Canada’s Sikh population for the 1914 Komagata Maru incident, Paul Fromm — anti-immigration activist previously banned from entering Parliament — was scheduled to hold a press conference opposing it.
Though his press conference was ultimately cancelled and Fromm was denied access to the Parliamentary precinct late Wednesday morning, that only came after some eleventh hour scrambling.
Fromm was previously connected to Holocaust denier Ernst Zundel and has been criticized by human rights groups for his racist views.
The office of the speaker of the house of commons confirmed to iPolitics that, “further to a recommendation from the Deputy Sergeant at Arms, and based on past practice”, Fromm had been denied access to the precinct.
That past practice referred to a motion brought by Conservative MP Jason Kenney in 2007, which ordered Paul Fromm and an individual named Alexan Kulbashian “be denied admittance to the precincts of the House of Commons during the present session to preserve the dignity and integrity of the House.”
In response to Jason Kenney’s motion in 2007, Fromm later ran against him in Calgary in 2011 under the umbrella of a western separatist party, which was somewhat curious given Fromm’s life-long residence in Ontario. And for his efforts, Fromm was stomped into a mud hole; had he run in an adjacent riding, he also would have lost to Communist Party candidate (and friend of the blog despite this writer’s firm champagne socialism) Jason Devine. The subsequent spin on his shellacking was something to behold.
We wonder who Paulie will decide to humiliate himself against this time? We mean, besides this humiliation.
UPDATE 1: We so enjoy reading Paulie speak to himself in the third person.
UPDATE 2: And now, Tommy Winnicki, has offered his $0.02 on Stormfront….
…. and VNN
Cut and paste.
And Winnicki claims the “White Race” is uniquely gifted and creative.
. . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Paulie Denied Access to Parliament
When we reported that the JDL was holding an event featuring PEGIDA UK speaker Paul Weston, we noted that there were plans to protest outside the location where the presentation was taking place.Ron Banerjee, noticing that we had provided details about… . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: March 2016 Bits and Bites: PEGIDA/JDL Protest Bust, Your Ward News in Warman’s Cross-hairs, and Free Dominion News
This past week a number of articles were published in the United States and Canada regarding the emergence of a group calling itself Students For Western Civilization that has been attempting to form a White Students' Union at a number of universit… . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Students For Western Civilization: Trolls, But Still Interesting (Part I)
Not long after we summarized (as best we could) the Topham hate crimes trial, Paulie also posted his take. We won't include the entire missive; a few selected entries should suffice.
Though it appears to have been written on October 31, Paulie's piece wasn't uploaded until late Sunday. And it starts both with the general . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Topham Trial: Paulie’s Summary
We had expected that the Stewart Bell article which focused on a young, autistic, Jewish man who had embraced white supremacy would result in radio silence from most of the usual suspects mainly because Paulie was portrayed in a particularly negative light. We did expect there might be a few who would comment; Tommy Winnicki . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Fromm and McKee: Interesting Fallout From "National Post" Article
When the "National Post" published the article focusing on Paulie's involvement with the Council of Conservative Citizens (CoCC), the hate group that inspired the murder of 9 men and women at Mother Emanel, his friend and fellow CoCC supporter Jared Taylor noted that the story wasn't so bad:
This led to one of the more . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Canadian Bonehead Response to Charleston Church Murders
Insanity: 1. the condition of being insane; a derangement of the mind. Synonyms: dementia, lunacy, madness, craziness, mania, aberration.2. (Law) such unsoundness of mind as frees one from legal responsibility, as for committing a crime, or as signals one's lack of legal capacity, as for entering into a contractual agreement.3. extreme foolishness; a foolish . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: "Cobbsville Redux" or "The Sequel is Usually Worse Than the Original"
I know a few people did. Hell, even Jeff Goodall sent his warm regards.
Long story short, extended hospital stays suck. The food is flavorless. The beds are too narrow. The boredom is mind-numbing.
On the other hand, the drug cocktail in the IV drip had it's moments. There were moments where I felt at . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Hi Folks. Miss Me?
Well, talk about trying to have your cake and eat it too.
The past two articles posted too the blog have looked at the efforts of the owners of Free Dominion to crowd source their efforts in appealing the Warman judgement. More specifically, our focus was on one particular benefactor:
In our first article we . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Winnicki Donates to Free Dominion’s Warman Appeal: Part III
There are a few things in life that are predictable. Death. Taxes. And Tomasz Winnicki will respond to a blog post in which he is explicitly referred to. A few days ago we had noted that Winnicki had made a donation to the Fourniers' legal fund established to appeal the defamation suit they had lost. . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Winnicki Donates to Free Dominion’s Warman Appeal: Part II
Looks like London's biggest hater (his own words, by the way) has warm and fuzzy feelings for Free Dominion. Or more likely vitriolic and caustic feelings towards the people Free Dominion isn't fond of. With him it's more likely the former than the latter.
Not long ago, the folks at Free Dominion opened up for . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Winnicki Donates to Free Dominion’s Warman Appeal
On March 18 we learned that Richard Warman and others started an Indiegogo campaign to help John Baglow pay legal bills resulting from his libel suit against Free Dominion and one of the posters there. As John has been a good friend of ARC over the years, we decided to promote the campaign as well . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Seven Days Left in Dr. Dawg Fundraiser
Fifty years ago today, the Canadian Parliament adopted this as our nation's national flag:
While there certainly was a significant debate at the time, since the adoption of the current flag most Canadians surveyed have supported it as an appropriate symbol for the country. Well, not everyone: This isn't exactly new. Paulie has this particular . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: A Response to Fromm’s Condemnation of the Canadian Flag
Sometimes when we're bored we like to write about the people who have amused us for some reason or other. Over the years we've published articles on the blog we've had one individual who, as a frequent reader, has often tried to rhetorically cross swords with us:
This wide-eyed waif is a young Tomasz Winnicki . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Observing Patterns and Drawing Correct Conclusions
As today is a day where people will be getting together to spend time with their loved ones, we thought we would give some attention to those bonehead, who will be spending this day alone, perhaps eating a can of corned beef over the sink while blaming the Jews for their social isolation.
Our first . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: October 2014 Bits and Bites: Thanksgiving Edition
It would appear that McKee's Blood & Honour and Hynes' Southern Ontario "Skinheads" have decided to continue their little spat on our blog. Truth be told, we are more than pleased to facilitate their intellectual jousting, though referring to the bluff and bluster as "intellectual" might be to stretch the meaning of the word:
Ah, . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Southern Ontario Skins: A Cast of Stooges Part VII
While many well-intentioned people are concerned about both racism and misogyny, not all are aware that the two are frequently connected. It’s noteworthy that many racists, particularly white supremacists such as Ontario’s shame, Tomasz Winnicki, also display misogynistic traits. As documented previously, Winnicki’s comments about women’s “place” in the world are as disturbing as . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Guest Blogger: Why Racism and Misogyny Go Hand-in-Hand
The Toronto civic election, already a three ring circus, needs some clowns. And for that you can always rely on Don Andrews and his Androids:
Seated around Andrews' table with him at the weekly gathering were five people who had jobs. The rest of those present stood around the table; numbering about 10 people, Andrews . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Neo-Nazi and Convicted Murderer Running For Toronto Council
Our readers might question why we would devote any print to John Beattie, a relic of a bygone era still desperately claiming relevance in the White Nationalist movement in Canada through his moribund British Peoples League. That is perhaps a fair question. Beattie has not been relevant since the 1989 rally he held on his . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Former Canadian Nazi Leader John Beattie Running For Muncipal Office
We frequently receive fan mail here at the blog from our adoring bonehead audience. Some of it comes from longtime readers while others are the result of boneheads finding us for the first time. Let's begin with the latter example first.
A few weeks ago we updated, "A History of Violence" adding a number of . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: July 2014 Bits and Bites: FAN MAIL!!!!…. and other stuff
NOTE: This is a little screen shot heavy. Be forewarned.
On June 26, Sec. 13 of the Human Rights Act cease to exist. As our friend BCL noted however there is no reason why Sec. 13, which was ruled constitutional by the Supreme Court, can not be brought back by a more enlightened government . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Sec. 13 Dead…. For Now
We hadn't planned on writing another entry in our Cobbsville series, however the following brief message was left in the comments section of Part V:
can we get a sixth part chornciling the epic fail of the cobbsaga
We can't disappoint our fans now can we?
Since our last post on the subject Craig . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: The Failure of "Cobbsville" Part VI: The Canadian Reaction
Back in November, our favorite misanthrope announced former Heritage Front leader Marc Lemire's appeal of his Sec. 13 conviction:
Today the Federal Court of Canada made a decision regarding Marc Lemire's appeal of the Sec 13 ruling against him (he had previously had another related appeal dismissed).
Lemire not only lost his appeal, but the . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Marc Lemire Goes Down in Flames and Paulie Comments on Free Dominion Suit
By now our readers might need to be reminded why this blog, which almost exclusively focuses on the racist movement in Canada, is paying so much attention to the Craig Cobb fiasco in Leith, North Dakota.
Remember when Cobb, not long after his arrest, said that if the charges were dropped he would not . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: The Failure of "Cobbsville" Part V: Misanthropy
We don't often turn our gaze south of the border unless there's some link to Canada or to Canadian boneheads. So when Craig Cobb's efforts to turn little Leith, North Dakota into little Bavaria circa 1939 became public, we couldn't help pay attention.
Not long after fleeing from Canada where he held citizenship back to . . . → Read More: Anti-Racist Canada: The ARC Collective: Cobb’s Venture in North Dakota Failing (Which Shouldn’t Really Be a Surprise)