Warman & Jewish Lobby Groups Protest CAFE’S Alison Chabloz Tour

Warman & Jewish Lobby Groups Protest CAFE’S Alison Chabloz Tour

The Canadian Association for Free Expression’s 4-Province, 8-city, 9-meetings, two dinner events tour for English revisionist satirist, song writer and chanteuse is really stirring up the forces of thought control and repression.

In a near hysterical story, the NATIONAL POST‘s Stewart Bell (March 3, 2017) records the anger of various Zionist groups that any opinion but their own might be heard in Canada. Stewart Bell is one of the go-to guys when the Zionist lobby wants a story planted. Note that he did not solicit the opinion of CAFE, the organizer of the tour.

The article begins: “Canadian Jewish groups are asking why the federal government allowed a British woman accused of Holocaust denial into the country to speak at a neo-Nazi event.

The racist group Blood & Honour said on its website that Alison Chabloz would be the “special guest” at a $10-per-person event it was hosting in Calgary on Thursday night.

“B’nai Brith is disappointed that Canadian authorities have allowed notorious British Holocaust denier Alison Chabloz to enter this country, especially when the express purpose of her visit is to propagate her anti-Semitic views.”

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B’nai Brith Canada said it had notified Calgary Police. The incident comes amid concerns over rising hate crimes, including Holocaust denial posters at the University of Calgary.”

Well, B’nai Brith has no idea what Miss Chabloz will be speaking on. She is telling her story.

Notice, the approach: We don’t like your views; so, you shouldn’t be allowed to speak in Canada.

One of the sad results of the 50-year-long assault on free speech in Canada is the politicization of our police. Why should the police be notified about a speaker? Miss Chabloz arrived in Calgary March 2 and could have had nothing to do with any postering there weeks ago.
And notice the verbal overkill and drama: a poster is not a ‘hate crime.’!

See, what I mean about hysterical?

The article continues: ““This news is particularly unnerving during a week when swastikas were found at York University (in Toronto), and Chabloz is scheduled to speak in Calgary tonight — just days after Calgary‘s Jewish Community Center was evacuated due to bomb threats,” said Avi Benlolo, president and CEO of the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center for Holocaust Studies.”

Again a swastika at York University and a bomb threat to Calgary’s Jewish Community Centre preceded Miss Chabloz’s stay in those cities. There is simply NO connection. A swastika? It may be offensive to some people, but so what? In a diverse society almost anything can offend someone and which group has most pushed the “diversity” agenda?

Oh, yes, right in there seeking to shut down opinions he doesn’t like is Richard Warman: “:Ottawa human rights lawyer Richard Warman, who first raised concerns about her visit, said Chabloz should be removed from Canada if she was not forthright with immigration authorities.” This chronic meddler and complainer is erroneously identified by this sucky hit piece as an “Ottawa human rights lawyer.” Well, Ottawa is correct. In the Orwellian world of the “human rights” industry, freedom of speech is brutally erased from the natural rights of man and replaced by the coddling and protection of the feelings of privileged minorities.

Jewish groups upset ‘notorious British Holocaust denier’ allowed into Canada to attend neo-Nazi event

Stewart Bell | March 2, 2017 | Last Updated: Mar 2 6:16 PM ET
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Alison Chabloz allegedly posted a mocking song about the Holocaust on YouTube last year, prompting a court action. She has denied the allegations.

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“Hate” Brawl Charges Collapsing in Edmonton — the Tyranny of “Hate” Squads

“Hate” Brawl Charges Collapsing in Edmonton — the Tyranny of “Hate” Squads
“Hate squads” are political police. Cities with “hate squads” lovingly tote up statistics of “hate crimes.” Actually, virtually none of these reported “crimes” ends up in court and, thus, the statistics really don’t record crimes  proven, but usually overblown accusations. In fact, most of the crimes turn out to be nothing more than graffiti — “Book him, Danno, two counts of magic marker crime!” Hate squads have to do something to justify their existence, there not really being many true “hate crimes” around. That makes them dangerous as they tend to persecute right-leaning dissidents. They are the thought police of political correctness.
 
An incident last year is an outrageous case in point. On March 24, there was a White Pride march in Edmonton. Anti-racists tried to provoke a clash but police kept the two sides apart. So far, so good. We strongly suspect that Blood and Honour leader, Kyle McKee was under police surveillance. Later that evening, there was an altercation outside a liquor store. The defence  has argued all along that Phillip Badrock was assaulted by several East Indians. Two other lads, including Kyle McKee, came to his rescue. The three Whites were arrested and charged.
 
The press had a field day, with much hyperventilating about “hate” and a “racial attack.” The “right-wing” but ultra-Zionist Edmonton Sun (April 17, 2012) led the charge thus under the headline White supremacists arrested over Edmonton racial attack: “Two members and one associate of a white supremacist group have been arrested after a brutal racially-motivated attack in Mill Woods, says the city police hate crimes unit.  Two members of the group, Blood and Honour, and two associates, approached a man inside the Liquor Depot around 11:30 p.m. on March 24, making derogatory comments and racial slurs.

The altercation ended but started again outside the store. That’s when things turned ugly.

Const. Alex Thomas of the city police hate crimes unit says the victim received bite marks to his hand, and was stabbed in the shoulder with a piece of broken glass after a bottle was smashed over his head.

It was one of the most severe attacks Thomas has seen.

“It’s nothing that he could have changed. He couldn’t have said anything different, he was just being himself,” said Thomas, noting the man was there with two other friends, one of whom was also assaulted, but his injuries weren’t as severe. …

 

“It was a traumatic event for everybody in the sense they were also dumbfounded as to how did this guy bring this upon himself. He really didn’t.”

Charged in connection with the attack are Kyle McKee, 26, of Calgary, Bernard Miller, 20, and Philip Badrock, 44, of St. Albert. Both Miller and Badrock are charged with assault causing bodily harm.

Police said all three are confirmed to be involved with the white supremacist group Blood and Honour.

Following the arrests, a hate crimes investigator was sent to Calgary to execute search warrants at McKee’s residence. The search resulted in the seizure of numerous weapons, including shotguns, rifles, ammunition, knives and machetes.

McKee is charged with 15 weapons-related offences in addition to two assault-related charges.” 

 

Const. Alex Thomas, an East Indian on the hate squad told the CBC (April 17, 2012) “Police will recommend to the judge the assault be treated more severely,  because the motivation was hate, said Thomas.’We believe it’s a hate crime and we will be providing evidence to support  that,’ said Thomas.’These guys are cowards,’ he said. ‘These guys will attack a person two on  one, three on one, four on one.”It’s basically because of their hate towards them. It’s nothing the victim  has done.'”

 Miller and Badrock were released on bail.

They  have spent a fortune on legal costs. Kyle McKee a charismatic young leader was warehoused on remand for 13 months. So, now, despite all the trial in the media and the sturm und drang about “hate”,  the case is collapsing. Much to the chagrin of the “anti-racists” (they’re really anti-White) at Anti-Racist Canada Blotspot or is it BlogSpot, Kyle McKee was released yesterday for time served (13 months) for possession at his Calgary home of a legal shotgun — denied to him because of a prohibition. And the charges stemming from the “most severe”, “brutally racially-motivated” and “cowardly” attack, as described by hate squaddy Thomas? The charges against Kyle McKee have been dropped! of “hate crimes.” Actually, virtually none of these reported “crimes” …ends up in court and, thus, the statistics really don’t record crimes  proven, but usually overblown accusations. In fact, most of the crimes turn out to be nothing more than graffiti — “Book him, Danno, two counts of magic marker crime!” Hate squads have to do something to justify their existence, there not really being many true “hate crimes” around. That makes them dangerous as they tend to persecute right-leaning dissidents. They are the thought police of political correctness.

An incident last year is an outrageous case in point. On March 24, there was a White Pride march in Edmonton. Anti-racists tried to provoke a clash but police kept the two sides apart. So far, so good. We strongly suspect that Blood and Honour leader, Kyle McKee was under police surveillance. Later that evening, there was an altercation outside a liquor store. The defence  has argued all along that Phillip Badrock was assaulted by several East Indians. Two other lads, including Kyle McKee, came to his rescue. The three Whites were arrested and charged.

The press had a field day, with much hyperventilating about “hate” and a “racial attack.” The “right-wing” but ultra-Zionist Edmonton Sun (April 17, 2012) led the charge thus under the headline White supremacists arrested over Edmonton racial attack: “Two members and one associate of a white supremacist group have been arrested after a brutal racially-motivated attack in Mill Woods, says the city police hate crimes unit.   Two members of the group, Blood and Honour, and two associates, approached a man inside the Liquor Depot around 11:30 p.m. on March 24, making derogatory comments and racial slurs.
The altercation ended but started again outside the store. That’s when things turned ugly.
Const. Alex Thomas of the city police hate crimes unit says the victim received bite marks to his hand, and was stabbed in the shoulder with a piece of broken glass after a bottle was smashed over his head.
It was one of the most severe attacks Thomas has seen.
“It’s nothing that he could have changed. He couldn’t have said anything different, he was just being himself,” said Thomas, noting the man was there with two other friends, one of whom was also assaulted, but his injuries weren’t as severe. …

“It was a traumatic event for everybody in the sense they were also dumbfounded as to how did this guy bring this upon himself. He really didn’t.”
Charged in connection with the attack are Kyle McKee, 26, of Calgary, Bernard Miller, 20, and Philip Badrock, 44, of St. Albert. Both Miller and Badrock are charged with assault causing bodily harm.
Police said all three are confirmed to be involved with the white supremacist group Blood and Honour.
Following the arrests, a hate crimes investigator was sent to Calgary to execute search warrants at McKee’s residence. The search resulted in the seizure of numerous weapons, including shotguns, rifles, ammunition, knives and machetes.
McKee is charged with 15 weapons-related offences in addition to two assault-related charges.”

Const. Alex Thomas, an East Indian on the hate squad told the CBC (April 17, 2012) “Police will recommend to the judge the assault be treated more severely, because the motivation was hate, said Thomas.’We believe it’s a hate crime and we will be providing evidence to support that,’ said Thomas.’These guys are cowards,’ he said. ‘These guys will attack a person two on one, three on one, four on one.”It’s basically because of their hate towards them. It’s nothing the victim has done.'”
Miller and Badrock were released on bail.They  have spent a fortune on legal costs. Kyle McKee a charismatic young leader was warehoused on remand for 13 months. So, now, despite all the trial in the media and the sturm und drang about “hate”,  the case is collapsing. Much to the chagrin of the “anti-racists” (they’re really anti-White) at Anti-Racist Canada Blotspot or is it BlogSpot, Kyle McKee was released yesterday for time served (13 months) for possession at his Calgary home of a legal shotgun — denied to him because of a prohibition. And the charges stemming from the “most severe”, “brutally racially-motivated” and “cowardly” attack, as described by hate squaddy Thomas? The charges against Kyle McKee have been dropped!

The Edmonton Journal  (May13, 2013) reports: ” The Calgary-based leader of the white supremacist group Blood and Honour group received a 13-month sentence Monday for possession of a shotgun while subject to four court-ordered weapon prohibitions.
Kyle Robert McKee, 27, pleaded guilty to possession of a prohibited weapon.  When officers searched his rental home for the clothing, they found a 12-gauge shotgun and shells in his desk drawers. Finlayson said the shotgun’s barrel was sawed off, but not to the point where it would be considered an illegal weapon.
Due to assault and weapons convictions dating to 2006, McKee was under four court orders not to possess guns.
‘There’s no evidence of him threatening anyone with the firearm or using it in anyway,’  Finlayson said. ‘He would have known he’s not to have any firearms or ammunition in his possession.’
Defence layer Naeem Rauf said his client did not own the shotgun, but admitted it was in his possession. After serving 13 months in custody since his arrest, McKee no longer has any time left to serve of his sentence and was expected to be released shortly from the Edmonton Remand Centre…  . McKee originally faced charges of assault and assault causing bodily harm in connection with the Liquor Depot assault, but those charges were stayed Monday.”

There’s a publication ban after the preliminary hearing into the assault charges against Miller and Badrock. Let’s just say, without going into details, the police case is tottering, indeed, collapsing. A little birdie tells us there are changes over at the “hate squad.”

No, the only “hate” in this sorry incident was the targeting of these three men by the police and the ever compliant media for nothing more than being White activists.
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The Edmonton Journal  (May13, 2013) reports: ” The Calgary-based leader of the white supremacist group Blood and Honour group received a 13-month sentence Monday for possession of a shotgun while subject to four court-ordered weapon prohibitions. Kyle Robert McKee, 27, pleaded guilty to possession of a prohibited weapon.  When officers searched his rental home for the clothing, they found a 12-gauge shotgun and shells in his desk drawers. Finlayson said the shotgun’s barrel was sawed off, but not to the point where it would be considered an illegal weapon.
Due to assault and weapons convictions dating to 2006, McKee was under four court orders not to possess guns.
‘There’s no evidence of him threatening anyone with the firearm or using it in anyway,’  Finlayson said. ‘He would have known he’s not to have any firearms or ammunition in his possession.’
Defence layer Naeem Rauf said his client did not own the shotgun, but admitted it was in his possession. After serving 13 months in custody since his arrest, McKee no longer has any time left to serve of his sentence and was expected to be released shortly from the Edmonton Remand Centre…  . McKee originally faced charges of assault and assault causing bodily harm in connection with the Liquor Depot assault, but those charges were stayed Monday.”

 

There’s a publication ban after the preliminary hearing into the assault charges against Miller and Badrock. Let’s just say, without going into details, the police case is tottering, indeed, collapsing. A little birdie tells us there are changes over at the “hate squad.”

 

No, the only “hate” in this sorry incident was the targeting of these three men by the police and the ever compliant media for nothing more than being White activists.

PROTECT FREE SPEECH: ABOLISH ALL “HATE SQUADS.