Anarcho-Tyranny In Canada: Lying Press, Montreal Antifa, Law Enforcement Suppress Young U.S. Female Musicians

Anarcho-Tyranny In Canada: Lying Press, Montreal Antifa, Law Enforcement Suppress Young U.S. Female Musicians’ Concert

Noah Arnold11/16/2023A+|a-

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Back in August of 2023, American female musicians Gezebelle Gaburgably [Instagram/SoundCloud], 19, and Brynn Miche [Instagram], 23, scheduled a concert in Montreal, the largest city in Canada’s French-speaking province of Quebec, at a small bar venue called the Brasserie Beaubien. They have a small but enthusiastic fanbase in Montreal and 42 tickets were sold before the scheduled performance on November 11th, 2023. Montreal was to be Gaburgably’s first stop in a two-show tour in Canada, the second at Lee’s Palace in Toronto. In a classic case of Anarcho-Tyranny, her Montreal event was suppressed by the Lying Press and Antifa, in tacit alliance with law enforcement authorities. I was there.

Gaburgably, whose songs have been listened to millions of times online, is a self-described “e-punk” artist. Her unique library of music touches on a variety of themes, reflecting on online culture, frustration with modern dating, and the feeling of being a social outcast.

One day before the Montreal concert, Dan Collen (born Daniel Cohen-Collier) [email him], a journalist with the communist Canadian  Anti-Hate Network, published a hit piece that sought to paint the girls as right-wing extremists.

Citing a song by Gaburgably entitled “Christ Church Bible Study Club,” which is written from the perspective of New Zealand mosque shooter Brenton Tarrant, Collen falsely suggested that Gaburgably celebrates the killing of innocent civilians:

Gurney’s “Christ Church Bible Study Club” portrays an upbeat, melancholic point of view of the Christchurch Mosque shootings: “I check behind the corners, Then I happily proceed. I provide all my tendencies with everything they need.”

“Incelcore” Artists Whose Music Celebrates Mass Shootings On Canadian Tour, by Dan Collen, Canadian Anti-Hate Network, November 10, 2023

Collen could not be more intellectually dishonest. The punk genre is no stranger to songs written about man-made horrors. For example, Foster The People’s very popular “Pumped Up Kicks” is written from the perspective of a disaffected teenager who enacts revenge on his classmates by committing a school shooting.

Pumped Up Kicks” is about a kid that basically is losing his mind

and is plotting revenge. He’s an outcast. I feel like the youth in our culture are becoming more and more isolated. It’s kind of an epidemic. Instead of writing about victims and some tragedy, I wanted to get into the killer’s mind, like Truman Capote did in In Cold Blood. I love to write about characters. That’s my style. I really like to get inside the heads of other people and try to walk in their shoes.

– Mark Foster, Spinner UK

Where were Collen and his “Anti-Hate Network” when Foster The People toured Canada?

The overall message of Gaburgably’s song is up to the interpretation of the listener. But of course Collen purposefully left out a key line of the song:

Here is the church, here is the steeple
Only satisfied killing innocent people [emphasis added]

Collen went on to attack Brynn Miche, whom he accused of being “connected to” White Nationalists because her boyfriend, Jimbo Zoomer, 22), is a prominent live-streamer on, a platform developed by the anathematized Nick Fuentes.

Jimbo, like many young people on the Dissident Right, has made his fair share of unwise statements in live-streams and on social media. But of course these statements were always made either ironically or purely for shock value. The vast majority of Jimbo’s live streams consist of him playing video games while making jokes about pop culture—a far cry from the White Nationalist bogeyman that Collen attempts to portray.

Regardless, Brynn Miche, like Gezebelle, is a young musician—not a political commentator. Her catalog features no political messaging. Instead it explores experiences with depression, failed relationships, and being bullied.

These are themes that are commonly explored in punk music and far more palatable than the majority of what is played on the radio nowadays.

I traveled to Montreal with Brynn Miche and her bandmates as a friend, hoping to capture and support their show. As I was packing cameras into my car, I received the news that, because of Collen’s hit-piece, the Brasserie Beaubien had cravenly cancelled the show, and that the performance would be moved to a karaoke bar, Bar Au P’tit Buck, just down the street.

We arrived for sound check at the new venue at 6pm. The musicians scrambled to set up their equipment as I began to unpack my camera gear. That’s when around 25 masked Antifa—French-speaking, apparently the virus has at least to some extent jumped the language barrier—filed into the bar and began making threats against the young performers.

The Bar Au P’tit Buck was apparently unbothered by the mob of Black Bloc communists who had come to harass their artists and paying customers. I walked up to the bar and ordered a drink as I watched the Antifa demand everyone pack their instruments and leave. Noticing the bartender was on the phone, I asked her “Are you calling the police?”

“No,” she said.

(Generally, I was struck by the anti-Americanism I encountered in Montreal.)

Eventually,  police were called—by a band member. The Antifa rushed out the back door as the police unhurriedly walked into the venue. A couple of police began to chase them but, when subsequently asked, they confirmed that no arrests were made.

With the language barrier making communication with both the venue and police frustrating and difficult, little could be done to ameliorate the situation. The owner of the bar eventually declared that the show was cancelled and everyone was ordered out of the venue.

Standing outside with their instruments, the musicians now wondered where to go.

This is where Anarcho-Tyranny became apparent. The remaining police in the area threatened that they would arrest us if we stayed to wait for paying fans—who were of course not aware that the event had been cancelled—or attempted to play in another bar.

(Police order all musicians out of the Bar Au P’tit Buck in Montreal, Quebec after Antifa disrupt sound check.)

A suggestion was made to simply take instruments to the Metro Station (Montreal’s subway, like Paris’, is called Le Métro) and let the show go on acoustically.

(Devoted fans follow band members to a nearby metro station.)

Two performances saved for posterity:

Brynn Miche sings an acoustic rendition of ”I Killed Myself In January.”

Gezebelle Gaburgably performing an acoustic rendition of ”I Can Fix Him” in the Montreal subway

But there too, a couple of Société de Transport de Montréal security officials (both apparently immigrants) rushed in and ordered everyone back out into the cold.

(Montreal STM Authorities order musicians to leave the area.)

(Oh, and Lee’s Palace in Toronto thereafter also cancelled.)

For these young American girls who simply wanted to put on a show for their fanbase in Montreal, this was an emotional night.

The goal of Anarcho-Tyranny is ultimately demoralization and capitulation. But the Canadian Anti-Hate Network (which John Derbyshire has called Canada’s SPLC knock-off), along with their masked paramilitaries and government enablers, failed in this attack.

There may never be another Gezebelle Gaburgably show at one of Montreal’s many dive bars. But as censorship and deplatforming of artists escalates, they will continue to grow their audiences online, and eventually be replatformed by venues that don’t capitulate to communist threats.

If only I knew of a place

Noah Arnold [email him] is a full-time video producer working with deplatformed personalities across the dissident right.

Maxime Bernier Celebrates Huge Success of the 1 Million March 4 ChildrenThe line in the sand has been drawn

Maxime Bernier Celebrates Huge Success of the 1 Million March 4 ChildrenThe line in the sand has been drawn

This week’s protests against radical gender ideology were an amazing success!

Far left extremists can try and transform our society, but indoctrinating our children crosses a line.

On Wednesday, the 1 Million March 4 Children saw tens of thousands of concerned Canadians take to the streets in cities across the country!

Canadians of every religion, background, and age proudly marched together. Chants of “no more silence” and “leave the kids alone” echoed through the streets.

I was in Ottawa where the turnout was amazing! 10 thousand people by my estimate. By far the biggest protest we’ve seen since the Freedom Convoy.

The protest in Toronto saw a similar turnout, and the support for the PPC was obvious!

And that was just the tip of the iceberg! Thousands more came out in Saskatoon, Vancouver, Halifax Montreal, and many more cities from coast to coast!

It was a beautiful day that helped restore my faith in Canada. But that was just the start of the week!

On Friday, I joined my friends Josh Alexander and Billboard Chris in Toronto for their second Education Over Indoctrination protest.

Hundreds showed up to continue to push back against radical gender ideology, far outnumbering violent ANTIFA counter-protestors.

As the lunch bell rang, students poured out of school and joined in our protest, it was beautiful to see!

A common question at both protests was: Where is Pierre Poilievre?

Despite his grassroots supporters passing a resolution rejecting gender ideology at the CPC policy convention just weeks earlier, Poilievre refused to support or even acknowledge these important protests.

In fact, he issued a memo to all of his MPs requiring them not to speak to the media or even post on social media about either of the protests!

The truth is, Poilievre does not want to speak about this issue.

He does not care about what the organizers and volunteers in his party want.

He does not care about the overwhelming grassroots movements growing.

He does not care about doing what is right.

He only cares about one thing: power, and his out-of-touch leadership team is too afraid of losing support from leftists in big cities or smears from the mainstream media to take a stand on this issue.

He won’t take any risk to defend parents and children.

He will continue to do the bare minimum on this issue, saying as little as possible and only when forced to.

But do you trust him to do anything about it if he were to win power?

I sure don’t.

I have been speaking out against radical gender ideology for years now, and I don’t plan to stop anytime soon.

Not until the medical transition of minors is made illegal!

This is the biggest child abuse scandal in our nation’s history. The mainstreaming of gender ideology is having a profound impact on a generation of children, the full impact of which we won’t know for years to come.

I will continue to defend the rights of parents and the innocence of children.

I don’t care what the media says about me. I don’t care what downtown Toronto leftists think of me.

This is the right thing to do and it is a battle I will fight until the end.

A society that doesn’t protect the innocence of children is lost.


Maxime Bernier

CAFE Supporters Attend Hands-Off-Our-Children Rallies in Toronto, Hamilton & London

CAFE Supporters Attend Hands-Off-Our-Children Rallies in Toronto, Hamilton & London

Hands-Off-Our-Children pro-family rallies occurred today (September 20) across Canada. The Ontario Federation of Labour called out its “comrades” — their words, not ours to disrupt. They were joined by Antifa and the LGBTQ crowd. However, the forces favouring parental rights and protection of children from radical teachers and others who would impose a radical sex ed course in the schools and keep parents in the dark if their confused or mixed up kid decides she/he is a different agenda prevailed.

Under the banner “No Space for Hate”, the wacko OFL equated protection of one’s children and parental rights with “hate.” They proclaimed: “In response, the Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) made efforts to mobilize “No Space for Hate!” counter-protests across Ontario to show support for and stand in solidarity with the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. The OFL is one of many groups that organized events throughout the country, some of which are still ongoing.”

From Hamilton, a CAFE supporter reported: “The Antifa turds were in large supply, but were outnumbered by the pro-family crowd. Lots of cops, including some on horseback. Big traffic jams due to the massive rally. A few thousand in attendance. Lots of support from motorists for the pro-family side, including some City employees in their marked vehicles.”

In London, hundreds gathered outside the London District School Board and the Red Ensign, the flag of the Real Canada, the Canada of John Diefenbaker’s Bill of Rights — protection of real rights, especially free of expression, unlike Pierre Trudeau’s phony, weasel clause riddled Charter — flew pround.

In Toronto, CAFE supporters had interesting talks with Moslems who are also worried about parental rights and keeping their children safe from woke debauchery pushed in the schools.

People’s Party Rally Cancelled After Antifa Terror Threats: Where are the Cops?

People’s Party Rally Cancelled After Antifa Terror Threats: Where are the Cops?

[The People’s Party of Canada was to hold its Ryerson Freedom Rally outside Ryerson University from 1:30 t0 3:00, Saturday. December 18. “This Saturday, December 18th I will be in Toronto with my friend Randy Hillier and former Trump advisor Dr. Paul Elias Alexander to make some important announcements about provincial politics.” — Maxime Bernier. However, organizers cancelled it Friday after terror threats fromAntifa

A memo from People’s Party of Canada National Headquarters

I regret to inform you that the Ryerson Freedom Rally has been cancelled.

Unfortunately, the organizers of the Ryerson event made the decision yesterday to cancel in light of threats from Antifa and other activist groups. 

I am disappointed in the organizers caving to the woke mob, though ultimately agree that the safety of our supporters is a top priority. The PPC does not promote nor endorse violent demonstrations at events and refuses to subject our supporters to that type of environment. 

The Ryerson Freedom Rally was intended to be a peaceful family-friendly event to speak out about vaccine mandates and unlawful lockdowns. 

I am still eager to get out and connect with my supporters and look forward to the next opportunity of having an event with everybody as we move forward in our fight for freedom against the corrupt globalist establishment.



Slovenian Prime Minister: Antifa Is ‘International Terrorist Organisation’

Slovenian Prime Minister: Antifa Is ‘International Terrorist Organisation’

Janez Janša, prime minister of former first lady Melania Trump’s home country of Slovenia, has labelled the far-left extremist group Antifa an “international terrorist organisation” following violence in France over the weekend

Prime Minister Janša made his comments on social media network Twitter, saying: “Antifa is a global terrorist organization. Supported by the capital of financial speculators forging profits at the expense of the chaos caused by the operation.”

The Slovenian leader was reacting to a post by American journalist Andy Ngo which highlighted Antifa violence over the weekend in the French city of Nantes which saw the far-left extremists attempt to disrupt a meeting of the conservative writer and French presidential hopeful Eric Zemmour.

According to a report from the newspaper Le Figaro, around 600 far-left extremists gathered in Nantes to oppose Zemmour on Saturday and some chanted for his death and clashed with police.

“We know who Joseph Stalin was, we know the hundreds of thousands of deaths he caused, these people are only his distant descendants,” Zemmour said in reaction to the far-left extremists.

Footage of the violence, as well as graffiti calling for Zemmour to be murdered, was reported by French journalist Clément Lanot.

Prime Minister Janez Janša is not the first world leader to label Antifa as a terrorist group. Former U.S. President Donald J. Trump urged former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to designate Antifa as a terrorist group earlier this year before leaving office.

The year prior, former U.S. Attorney General William Barr stated that Antifa members were involved in violence that amounted to domestic terrorism.

“The violence instigated and carried out by Antifa and other similar groups in connection with the rioting is domestic terrorism and will be treated accordingly,” Barr said.

In 2019, when President Trump first discussed declaring Antifa a terrorist group, left-wing figures across Europe, particularly in Germany, reacted by declaring their support for the extremist group.

Shocking City of Toronto Employees Surveille & Compile a Dossier on Rebel Media for Covering Lawless Occupation of City Hall Square

Shocking City of Toronto Employees Surveille & Compile a Dossier on Rebel Media for Covering Lawless Occupation of City Hall Square

Remember that delightful encounter we had with those “peaceful” protesters that occurred back in June?

In case you don’t recall, here’s an abbreviated backstory: Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square had been taken over by a collective of ne’er-do-wells known as Afro Indigenous Rising. And I do mean taken over. Think of this group as a poor man’s version of Antifa and/or Black Lives Matter.

Par for the course, they were vulgar and violent and their makeshift tent city was filthy. Oh, and they were also breaking some 11 sections of the Trespass to Property Act. (Even though it took authorities weeks to enforce it…)

When Rebel News went to the square to report, given that it was clear the mainstream media would be sitting this one out due to political correctness, our staff were physically assaulted. But even worse, City Hall security sided with the lawbreakers, actually charging us with trespassing. Yes… trespassing on the public square… a public square that had been surrendered to thugs…

We never did bend the knee. And even though the squatters didn’t want us there, nor the security guards, nor the police, we stood our ground and reported on the chaos at City Hall nevertheless.

But get a load of this: we recently issued a Freedom of Information request regarding this shameful story, and we were shocked to find out that the city had compiled an almost 300-page long dossier — not on the thugs, but on Rebel News staff, complete with bios, spy photographs, and personal information.

The emails that city employees sent back and forth regarding our reporting were astonishing. You see, it became clear that the goal from the get-go was not to remove the violent squatters (who the bureaucrats continually refer to as “peaceful protesters”), but rather to come up with schemes that would limit freedom of the press!

But that’s how they roll in John Tory’s sanctuary city — reward the takers; penalize the makers.

In the meantime, the question arises: why was the city compiling such a database on journalists who were simply practicing journalism? Who has access to this database? And what will it be used for in the future?

Looks like we’ll have to issue yet more Freedom of Information requests to find out

Protected: Chabloz trial raises more concern over “right to offend” PLUS Alsion’s Latest Satire “Anything Goes”

Protected: Chabloz trial raises more concern over “right to offend”

December 19, 2020Alison Chabloz

We will likely never know the real reason why District Judge Snow instructed that my latest trial, originally scheduled to take place March 30 and 31 at Hendon Magistrates, has now been transferred back to Westminster Magistrates Court. 

Prior to reversing the choice of venue, the judge was clearly at pains to avoid any repetition of the “procedural nightmare” instigated by my first trial (which lasted from December 2016 to June 2018, followed by the hullabaloo with probation, including a short spell in jail, later overturned on Appeal, all for composing and performing satirical songs that were uploaded to the Internet, and that were deemed by the same court to be “grossly offensive”). In all, I was in the dock for less than an hour, then invited to sit in court whilst complex directives for what is to come next were set out.

Left: outside Wesminster Magistrates last Thursday with barrister Adrian Davies.

There were three or four journalists in court. Below are links to several reports (although the term must be applied loosely to the first two). (paywall)

“Blogger”, “music teacher”, “notorious” whatever… The inaccuracies (and indeed one particular sentence that is clearly contempt of court) are once again too numerous to mention. Likewise, my bail conditions prevent me from defending myself against the slurs and general character assassination. 

As for the po-faced band of “charitable” Inquisitors still pushing for my further persecution and prosecution, they are now demanding “a sentence with real teeth.”

Moreover, CAA appears to be fully tucked up in bed with Antifa:

Finally, two reasoned updates, December 17 and 18, along with more general news and observations, courtesy of Ian Millard.

As Mr Millard notes in his most recent blog post, of relevance to my latest case is Thursday’s announcement concerning the Court of Appeal ruling on the “right to offend”. In light of this legal precedent, if my trial does go ahead, at least we will be safe in the knowledge that rules applied to other groups do not apply to my accusers, (for whom vexatious prosecutions are apparently a lifestyle choice), and that the rest of us must be silent or else face the music – with real teeth.

Speaking of music, – far less tedious in my view than legal updates – I am proud to present my latest parody, Royal Variety style, just in time for Christmas.


 Subject: Bring it Antifa…

Bring it Antifa…

Probably a bad idea to cause trouble in this town.  They know how to deal with anarchists. 


June 1, 2020


If you ventured to downtown Coeur d’Alene, Idaho last night you would think you had entered a Militia family reunion. No one has an accurate count of how many heavily armed citizens came out to support peaceful protestors and protect local businesses and citizens against shipped in ANTIFA members but it was certainly HUNDREDS, perhaps over a THOUSAND.

“We just drove downtown Coeur d’Alene. It is packed with armed citizens. I’ve never seen so many AR-15s in my life. There’s at least a thousand armed citizens walking on the sidewalks and the streets are packed with cars and trucks with guys in the back with AR-15 and American flags everywhere. We saw two protesters wearing their little black clothing and black masks and sitting on a step quietly with their little poster board sign saying “our system sucks!” Guess why they’re being so polite.”~Keith Gibson, Coeur d’Alene resident.

Word got out that ANTIFA was going to ship in rioters to mingle with peaceful protestors in our quiet little town…and indeed they did as several white Mercedes vans were seen with dozens of people that didn’t belong in our community. It was also made known that they were planning to use the local WINCO store as their staging ground. After learning this, a well organized local group of concerned citizens set up a post in the parking lot to ensure that these unwelcomed invaders clearly understood that the citizens of Coeur d’Alene would have ZERO tolerance for any type of violence or destructive behavior in our town. 

Concerned Citizen removing crowbar from ANTIFA member 

Don’t tell me you’re peaceful and bring a crowbar to a protest…. not in our town… Was happy to remove it from their possession as we escorted him to his vehicle [ and just to clarify the guy in the beard handed me the crow bar when I requested it, His name is Sam and he did get that guy to leave ] Brett Surplus, Coeur d’Alene resident 

The downtown area of Coeur d’Alene, Id was wall to wall with armed citizens, who protected the city for the entire night. Many had posts directly in front of local businesses while others walked the sidewalks making their powerful presence known. Photo’s below courtesy of Mark Addy, Coeur d’Alene resident.

Photo courtesy of Mark Addy 

Photo courtesy of Mark Addy 

Photo courtesy of Mark Addy 

Photo courtesy of Mark Addy 

Photo courtesy of Mark Addy 

Photo courtesy of Mark Addy 

Photo courtesy of Mark Addy 

Photo courtesy of Mark Addy 

Photo courtesy of Mark Addy 

What was witnessed last night, 06/01/20 in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, was PROOF that Good Guys with guns keep bad guys with evil intent away. There was unity in a cause to protect the community. There were young people, old people, individuals from all walks of life out patrolling the community and believe it or not, EVERYONE, except the ANTIFA creeps felt extremely safe!

We were surrounded by people so heavily armed…there was literally thousands of guns of all types…most people had several different weapons on them and I never felt more safe in such a huge crowd in my entire life! ~Grayson Cross, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho resident