Thanks to Raychyl Whyte for Her Fifth Annual St. Patrick’s Day Walk to Raise Funds for CAFE

Thanks to Raychyl Whyte for Her Fifth Annual St. Patrick’s Day Walk to Raise Funds for CAFE

CAFE activist Raychyl Whyte has been a regular for the past 16 years in the 43 km. annual St. Patrick’s Day Walk from Toronto City Hall to Oakville.

For the past five years, she’s dedicated her walk to CAFE as a fundraiser.

You can still donate.

Mail your cheque to:

CAFE,

P.O. Box 332,

Rexdale, ON.,

M9W 5L3

CANADA..

In the info line mention, “RAYCHYL’S WALK”.

Thanks for your support!

CAFE SUPPORTED POLITICAL PRISONER DR. JAMES SEARS & PICKETED TORONTO SOUTH DETENTION CENTRE, SUNDAY, MARCH 6, 2022 — SENT BACK TO PRISON FOR ACCEPTING FREE SPEECH AWARD

CAFE SUPPORTED POLITICAL PRISONER DR. JAMES SEARS & PICKETED TORONTO SOUTH DETENTION CENTRE, SUNDAY, MARCH 6, 2022 — SENT BACK TO PRISON FOR ACCEPTING FREE SPEECH AWARD

On February 3, former political prisoner Dr. James Sears was arrested at gunpoint in the parking lot having just seen his parole officer for his regular visit. He is charged with “breach of probation”. On February 17, in a telephone hearing, he was found guilty of “not being of good conduct”. Why?  Because he accepted the George Orwell Free Speech Award from the CAFE and the presenter, Paul Fromm, “is a known White Supremacist”. [Not true.] Also, the Orwell Award was created by the late Doug Christie, “a far right lawyer.”

Thus, it’s clear Dr. Sears is in prison for his political views!!!

As part of our mission to support freedom of speech and the victims of tyrannical censorship laws, the Canadian Association for Free Expression (CAFE)  held a protest outside the Toronto South Detention Centre located at 160 Horner Ave, Toronto, ON M8Z 0C2,  Sunday afternoon, March 6.

Whew, it was windy, in fact, so windy — gale force winds — that one regular of advancing years was unable to struggle across the four-lane Horner Ave to join us.


Thanks to J.L. for bringing a boom box and some Johnny Cash prison songs. Thanks, also, to E.H. for the photos of the protest.


The website of the poisonous taxpayer-funded Canadian Anti-Hate Network suggests that the issue may also be comments he made in jest about Teresa Tam in his talk after CAFE gave him the George Orwell Free Speech award soon after he got out of jail. We have a strong suspicion we know which liberty-hating individual in Ottawa made the complaint.


Those of us who cherish freedom owe it to our values  to demonstrate and support Dr. Sears. These protests matter. Guards told him last fall that they knew for a fact that CAFE’s protests — six in all last year — were a factor in his being granted early parole.

* Amnesty International defines a  “prisoner of conscience” or political prisoner as  a person punished solely for the non-violent expression of their political, religious or cultural views. Both Dr. James Sears and Leroy St. Germaine are political prisoners — jailed because they criticized politically powerful minority groups. Free speech activist Raychyl Whyte has continued her  lobbying of Amnesty to adopt Dr. Sears as a “prisoner of conscience”


* A lasting disgrace is that only one mainstream media writer has  criticized this attack on freedom of the press, which they regularly condemn if it occurs in Hong Kong or the Philippines.
FREE POLITICAL PRISONER, DR. JAMES SEARS

PLEASE SEND POSTCARDS OR LETTERS OF SUPPORT TO ONE OF OUR MEN BEHIND THE WIRE.


Dr. James Sears, Political Prisoner,
Toronto South Detention Center,
160 Horner Ave,
Toronto, ON
M8Z 0C2
   CANADA
_______________________CAFE (The Canadian Association for Free Expression)P.O. Box 332,Rexdale, ON.,M9W 5L3
416-428-5308
http://cafe.nfshost.com

The End Game

The End Game

The end game is here,

But it is NO game. 

All your compliance,

Now life will never be the same.

Kept giving up your rights,

Never stood up to fight.

The enemy will not just retreat

Into the night.

You reap what you sew,

Now the Grim Reaper is closer than you know.

The agenda of Satan

Is masquerading as our salvation. 

Obey, obey, obey….

Freedom will never again see the light of day. 

This is Armageddon,

And it’s the real deal.

But you remained apathetic, 

Now how do you feel?

Freedom isn’t free,

It comes at a price.

But you didn’t want to pay,

So get ready to live on your knee. 

Keep paying for your poisoning,

Keep believing all the lies.

You’re so damn brainwashed,

It should come as no surprise.

Even if you finally wake up tomorrow

To realize the wool’s been pulled over your eyes,

It’s far too late, 

So accept your demise. 

Believing the deceit

Has lead to your defeat. 

There is no turning back

Humankind has been hacked.

It’s the goal 

Of globalist world control. 

~ Raychyl Whyte

Thanks to Raychyl Whyte for Fundraising for CAFE On the Annual St. Patrick’s Day Walkathon

Thanks to Raychyl Whyte for Fundraising for CAFE On the Annual St. Patrick’s Day Walkathon

For the fourth year in a row, Raychyl Whyte a15-year veteran of the St. Patrick’s Day annual Toronto City Hall to Oakville Walkathon solicited pledges to help CAFE.

Big thanks, Raychyl and

you are most becoming with “the wearing of the green”

RAYCHYL WHYTE IS RAISING MONEY FOR CAFE — SUPPORT HER YEARLY WALK FOR FREEDOM

RAYCHYL WHYTE IS RAISING MONEY FOR CAFE — SUPPORT HER YEARLY WALK FOR FREEDOM


Raychyl Whyte is raising funds for CAFE on St. Patrick’s Day
Wednesday March 17 will be Raychyl’s 15th annual 42 km trek from Toronto to Oakville, and she is pleased to raise funds for CAFE again this year.

The walk will commence at 9 AM at Toronto City Hall on Wednesday March 17 2021, and conclude sometime between approx. 4:15-4:50 PM at Mo’s Restaurant & Tavern in downtown Oakville, 234 Lakeshore Rd. E., where CAFE members are welcome to join in the celebration with Raychyl.

Hopefully the Covid restrictions won’t interfere too much. 


~ Wear something green. ~
Our freedoms are under attack, so your help is more important than ever.

RAYCHYL dress for walk.jpg

Please donate directly to CAFE. 
Mail your cheque to:

CAF

P.O. Box 332

,Rexdale, ON.,

M9W 5L3

CANADA.

In the info line mention, “RAYCHYL’S WALK”.

Thanks for your support!

RAYCHYL WHYTE IS RAISING MONEY FOR CAFE — SUPPORT HER WALK FOR FREEDOM

RAYCHYL WHYTE IS RAISING MONEY FOR CAFE — SUPPORT HER WALK FOR FREEDOM
Raychyl Whyte is raising funds for CAFE on St. Patrick’s Day

RAYCHYL 2.jpg


Tuesday March 17 will be Raychyl’s 14th annual 42 km trek from Toronto to Oakville, and she is pleased to raise funds for CAFE again this year. The walk will commence at 9 AM at Toronto City Hall on Tuesday March 17 2020, and conclude sometime between approx. 4:15-4:50 PM at Mo’s Restaurant & Tavern in downtown Oakville, 234 Lakeshore Rd. E., where CAFE members are welcome to join in the celebration with Raychyl. There will be green beer & pub grub… while the participants of the walk will be groaning in pain & exhaustion! LOL. 
~ Wear something green. ~

Please donate directly to CAFE. 
Mail your cheque to:CAFE,P.O. Box 332,Rexdale, ON.,M9W 5L3CANADA..In the info line mention, “RAYCHYL’S WALK”.Thanks for your support!

RAYCHYL WHYTE IS RAISING MONEY FOR CAFE — SUPPORT HER WALK FOR FREEDOM

RAYCHYL WHYTE IS RAISING MONEY FOR CAFE — SUPPORT HER WALK FOR FREEDOM
 
Raychyl Whyte is raising funds for CAFE on St. Patrick’s day
 
Sunday March 17 will be Raychyl‘s 13th annual 42 km trek from Toronto to Oakville, and she is pleased to raise funds for CAFE again this year. The walk will commence at 9 AM at Toronto City Hall on Sunday March 17 2019, and conclude between 4:15-4:50 PM at Mo’s Restaurant & Tavern in downtown Oakville, 234 Lakeshore Rd. E., where CAFE members are welcome to join in the celebration for a green beer & pub grub, while participants of the walk will be groaning in pain & exhaustion. LOL. 
~ Wear something green. ~
 
RAYCHYL 1.jpg  
 
 
 
Please donate directly to CAFE. 
 
Mail your cheque to:
 
CAFE,
P.O. Box 332,
Rexdale, ON.,
M9W 5L3
CANADA..
 
In the info line mention”RAYCHYL’S WALK”
 
Thanks.

Support Rachyl’s  St. Patrick’s Day  Walk for CAFE

Support Rachyl’s  St. Patrick’s Day  Walk for CAFE
 
For the second year in a row, CAFE supporter and activist (intervenor in YOUR WARD NEWS postal rights case) Raychyl Vyctorya Whyte is walking in the Toronto City Hall to Oakville St. PatricK’s Day trek.
 
She urges you to send a donation to support the fight for free speech to CAFE.
 
CAFE,
P.O. Box 332,
Rexdale, ON.,
M9W 5L3
 
or
 
Go to the CAFE website http://cafe.nfshost.com and donate by PayPal.
 

​Raychyl at YOUR WARD NEWS hearing Spring, 2017
 
 
 
Saturday March 17, 2018 
 
Commences 9 AM sharp at Toronto City Hall.
Concludes at Mo’s Kitchen in downtown Oakville, 234 Lakeshore Rd. E., at approx. sometime between 4:20 PM-4:40 PM.
 
* You’re invited to wear something green & join all the participants for the celebration at Mo’s Kitchen afterwards. *
 
This will be my 12th consecutive year doing this 42 km trek.
 
Am hoping my walk will encourage people to donate directly to CAFE. –Raychyl

Paul Fromm Reports on the Final Submissions on Behalf of YOUR WARD NEWS at the Hearings into the Cancellation of Their Mailing Rights

Paul Fromm Reports on the Final Submissions on Behalf of YOUR WARD NEWS at the Hearings into the Cancellation of Their Mailing Rights

Jan 23, 2018 at THE CANADA POST BOARD OF REVIEW In the matter of Minister Judy Foote’s interim probationary order respecting James Sears, Lawrence (Leroy) St.Germain and YOUR WARD NEWS My Statement to The Board of Review http://canadaawakes.blogspot.ca/2018/… Link to YOUR WARD NEWS http://www.yourwardnews.ca/
 

CAFE Backs Freedom of the Press & Free Speech As YOUR WARD NEWS Hearing Opens in Toronto

CAFE Backs Freedom of the Press & Free Speech As YOUR WARD NEWS Hearing Opens in Toronto

Temporary ban on delivery of controversial newspaper under review

BY NEWS STAFF

POSTED APR 25, 2017 4:48 PM EDT

LAST UPDATED APR 25, 2017 AT 5:04 PM EDT

Procedures have begun for Board of Review hearings over a controversial newspaper that began appearing in mailboxes across Toronto last year.

In June 2016, Canada Post was ordered by the federal government to prohibit delivery of Your Ward News, a publication that sparked allegations of racism, bigotry, anti-Semitism and hate. Judy Foote, the minister responsible for Canada Post, issued the interim prohibitory order under the Canada Post Corporation Act.

James Sears, the publication’s editor-in-chief appealed that order and, as procedure under the Act dictates, Foote appointed a Board of Review consisting of three members to consider whether Canada Post should legally distribute the paper.

Over the last few months, members of the public had the opportunity to make submissions in the hopes of participating in the review.

It has been a divided issue encompassing a debate between proponents of freedom of speech and opponents of alleged hate speech. Here’s what some players on both sides had to say as the proceedings began Tuesday.

 

IN SUPPORT OF DISTRIBUTION:

Paul Fromm, director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression:

Paul Fromm, director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression, on April 25, 2017. CITYNEWS

“This is an incredibly arbitrary and ruthless power all because some politically-correct people didn’t like what’s in Your Ward News. Tough. People should have the right to publish what they want. If people don’t want to read, there’s a garbage can. There’s a blue box. There’s the bottom of the birdcage. What we are seeing is an effort by people who don’t like the content for whatever reason to say, ‘I don’t like it and you can’t read it and you can’t send it out.’ And that’s what this battle is all about…..We used to be a country where we said, ‘Look, I don’t agree with you. But you’ve got a right to your opinion. You’ve got a right to say it. That’s what Your Ward News is.”

 

AGAINST DISTRIBUTION:

Sara Lefton, vice president of the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs

Sara Lefton, vice president of the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs, in Toronto on April 25, 2017. CITYNEWS

“This is pure and simple hate. When people are getting Your Ward News in the mail and they’re getting it at their doorstep, they feel unsafe, they feel targeted in their homes. There’s no place for hate like this in Canada, and we need the decision to stand so hate like this will not continue … When there are pieces of clear discrimination and hate speech that are being disseminated en masse to people’s doorsteps there should be no place for that, and that shouldn’t be allowed.”

 

IN SUPPORT OF DISTRIBUTION:

Raychyl Whyte, Board of Review applicant

 

“Someone should still have the right to freedom of speech. I myself know what it is like to have public humiliation, public shame due to libelous comments and presumptions made about me. I know all too well what that is like. However, I still support people’s rights to have their own independent free speech.”

 

AGAINST DISTRIBUTION:

Warren Kinsella, founding member, Standing Together Against Mailing Prejudice

Warren Kinsella talks to CityNews in Toronto on April 25, 2017. CITYNEWS

“For the people that have been victimized by this so-called newspaper, that’s a problem. There’s Holocaust denial, there’s propagation of rape, there’s use of the N-word. There’s racism on every single page. It is the most disgusting thing. I’ve been doing this stuff for 30 years. I’ve never seen a publication like this distributed in Canada as widely as this one is and certainly not one distributed by Canada Post … We need to say Canada Post should not be distributing hatred.”

 

IN SUPPORT OF DISTRIBUTION:

Emilie Taman, co-counsel for James Sears

Emilie Taman, co-counsel for James Sears, is seen during an interview in Toronto on April 25, 2017. CITYNEWS

“It’s not something that I’m necessarily per se excited to be reading about, but I do believe in the constitutional right to free speech, and it’s one that I think is very important to be defended at every opportunity.”

 

AGAINST DISTRIBUTION:

Derek Richmond, Canadian Union of Postal Workers

Derek Richmond, of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, is seen during an interview in Toronto on April 25, 2017. CITYNEWS

“Me, personally, I didn’t deliver [Your Ward News] but many of our letter carriers did. A lot of them are very diverse and had to go through the whole day viewing swastikas, viewing hate, viewing sexist material, rape culture. It really affected a lot of our letter carriers.”