Jonathan Kay, a senior editor of Quillette, reported on an anti-White signage in Toronto. On July 9, 2020 1:17 PM Jonathan Kay tweeted: “new signage in Lawrence Park, right above the place where you can take $25 spinning classes.” The signage reads: “WHITE SILENCE IS VIOLENCE.”
Toronto Police Service (TPS) defines “Hate Crime” as a “CRIMINAL OFFENCE committed against a person or property that is based upon the victim’s race, national or ethnic origin, language, colour, religion, sex, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, or any other similar factor.”
TPS’ definition of “Public incitement of hatred” reads:
“This offence is committed when a person communicates statements in a public place, and incites hatred against an identifiable group that is likely to lead to a breach of the peace. This offence is also committed when someone communicates statements, other than in a private conversation, that willfully promotes hatred against any identifiable group. “Communication’ includes: words spoken, recorded electronically or otherwise, gestures, signs or other visible representations.”
Pegida Canada, an organization that is dedicated “to protect and preserve the democratic freedoms,” has sent an open letter to John Tory the Mayor of Toronto urging him to allow road-painting “DEFEND the Police”.
Open letter sent to Mayor John Tory, cc’d to Chief of Police, Toronto
July 2, 2020
Dear Mayor Tory,
On June 19, 2020 Black Lives Matter Toronto (BLMTO) held a demonstration in downtown Toronto. The protesters blocked College Street and painted on the road in front of Police headquarters “DEFUND THE POLICE.”
A few days later, protesters affiliated with BLMTO occupied Nathan Phillips Square and painted anti-Police graffiti all across the square.
In both cases the City and the Police did nothing to prevent the vandalism from taking place. In fact, the City of Toronto willfully turned its streets into a forum for public expression.
Pegida Canada seeks equal access to use this new forum to educate Canadians by painting in front of Police headquarters “DEFEND THE POLICE” as a message of gratitude to the Police officers who risk their life to keep all Torontonians safe.
We respectfully ask you to give us a permit/permission to express our views in a manner similar to BLMTO.
Project Veritas has recently published several exclusive reports based on testimonies of whistleblowers about the ideological biases including “anti-white” and anti-Christian approach in Facebook.
A video released by Project Veritas featured a conversation with Leslie Brown, a former human resources contractor for another tech Giant, Google, who served at that time as an HR executive at Facebook. Brown has been fired after this leaked revelation:
Journalist: They were able to fire him without having to worry about discrimination
Leslie Brown: Due diligence, right. Because he’s a white man. Yeah, white man. No problem. You can’t do it that easily if there are other issues.
Journalist: Oh, it’s easier when they’re
Leslie Brown: White men. No one has the white man’s back anymore.
Journalist: You’re saying because he’s a white male, there was more-
Leslie Brown: That if he chose to sue the company, that most attorneys would just laugh.
Project Veritas has also published a video featuring Content Moderator Dustin Aldridge highlighting the differences in enforcement of Facebook’s content moderation of “hate speech” as it relates Whites and Blacks and to Christianity and Islam.
Journalist: I don’t believe in pushing the left agenda.
Dustin Aldridge: Yeah, yeah. And That’s what Facebook does.
Dustin Aldridge: Holy. By allowing a lot of stuff that are very far left to be still on the platform. Like, for example, like racial stuff.
Dustin Aldridge: You could call me white trash based on me being white. But I can’t, but if you say Asian trash, black trash, brown trash, we gotta delete stuff like that.
Dustin Aldridge: So, they’re very, you know, they’ll allow certain things but not for others where you would think something would be. And so, that’s just, you know one example. But in the very, politically, you could say anything you want except ‘kill’ for someone on the right.
Dustin Aldridge: But id it’s someone of the left and it’s about race, that’s up, up in like, you know, governmental thing, you have to take that down for hate speech.
Dustin Aldridge: Because they’re, I think again it’s globally they want part of them in this picture, this global picture, therefore Christians are always. You can’t believe how much Jesus stuff that has been attacked over and over again. Against Jesus or any type of Christianity. You could blaspheme Jesus as much as you want on Facebook. But if you go against somebody that’s wearing a, you know, one of those Islamic hats and thinking that they’re gonna blow themselves up, well that’s hate speech.
Dustin Aldridge: But if there’s anything over here in the name of “Christian” like sharea a bible verse, or just, you know, says this, you know, that they appear to go against homosexuality, well that’s hate speech, that’s you know this and that. That’s not allowed.
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Dr. Hamid Slimi, the Imam and resident scholar of Sayeda Khadija Centre in Mississauga, ON and the former chairman of the Canadian Council of Imams, defies Black Lives Matter’s demand to abolish the Police. In his sermon on June 24, 2020 at the funeral of mentally ill Ejaz Choudry who was killed by Peel Police in Malton, Hamid Slimi said that “we don’t want the faith in law enforcement [to be diminished]” stressing that “a police officer is an honourable job. We respect that. They protect us.”
And believe me we cannot live without law enforcement.And you Muslims know that the Quran teaches us [verse in Arabic followed by English translation] O you who believe, obey Allah, obey His messenger and obey those in charge of your affairs. This means we are law abiding people, the family’s law abiding [people]. Maybe now somebody would think twice before calling 911. We don’t want the faith in law enforcement [to be diminished] but we need to fix some of the problems there. A police officer is an honourable job. We respect that. They protect us. But we’re not here to blame anybody. We’re here to give condolences, but take a lesson from this and walk out of it with a better planning for the future. It’s not easy whether for lawmakers, authority, but when you understand that there was a problem in the system, that there is a mistake to be rectified then we appreciated that.
Rev. Karen Rodman, a Minister in the United Church of Canada and a member of the Green Party of Canada, supports “tearing down images of Christ.”
In a Facebook post on June 23, 2020 Rev. Karen Rodman (also known as Karen Gwendolyn) wrote “YES” in reference to the following text from an article she shared with her post: “Yes,” Mr. King said regarding his support for tearing down images of Christ. “All murals and stained glass windows of white Jesus, and his European mother, and their white friends should also come down. They are a gross form [of] white supremacy. Created as tools of oppression. Racist propaganda. They should all come down.”
Responding to Byron Pfeiffer who asked her “Are you saying YES to removing images? Why?” Rev. Karen Rodman wrote: “for reasons included in the article…white supremacy.”
Shaun King says Jesus images ‘a form of white supremacy’ that must go: ‘They should all come down’
By Douglas Ernst – The Washington Times – Monday, June 22, 2020
Shaun King said Monday it’s time for anything resembling “white Jesus” to be expunged from the public square.
The staunch Black Lives Matter activist made the comments as online activists continued to debate which statues and monuments were culturally unacceptable in 2020.
The May 25 death of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, under the weight of Minneapolis police served as the impetus for activists to tear down statues of historical figures like Christopher Columbus and George Washington.
“Yes,” Mr. King said regarding his support for tearing down images of Christ. “All murals and stained glass windows of white Jesus, and his European mother, and their white friends should also come down. They are a gross form [of] white supremacy. Created as tools of oppression. Racist propaganda. They should all come down.”
The activist doubled down on the matter in response to feedback.
“Yes, I think the statues of the white European they claim is Jesus should also come down,” he said. “They are a form of white supremacy. Always have been.
In the Bible, when the family of Jesus wanted to hide, and blend in, guess where they went? EGYPT! Not Denmark. Tear them down.”
Mr. King, a stalwart liberal, recently made headlines by spotlighting the political power wielded by Democrats in cities with the most racial unrest.