Posted onMay 23, 2017byifnm|Comments Off on Faith Goldy: Migrants “knock & bang until you open your door” (Video)
Residents in Emerson, Manitoba, the frontline of Trudeau’s illegal migrant invasion, are afraid to talk to media which is why the subject of this interview conducted by The Rebel’s Faith Goldy, asked that her voice be scratched and her image digitized. This is one interview you absolutely must watch and share!
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Posted onMay 6, 2017byifnm|Comments Off on State Funded Fake News Bailout? Yep! (Video)
The Minister of Canadian Heritage has called for a “true redefinition” of the Canadian media industry, which is code for a massive taxpayer funded bailout of the failing fake news media. What does Stefan Molyneux think about being forced to pay for dying propaganda outlets which the free market has already rejected?
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Posted onApril 30, 2017byifnm|Comments Off on The Ugly Truth About Justin Trudeau | Ezra Levant and Stefan Molyneux (Video)
Ezra Levant is a journalist and the founder of TheRebel Media, Canada’s largest independent news network. He is the author of “Shakedown: How Our Government is Undermining Democracy in the Name of Human Rights” and “Trumping Trudeau: How Donald Trump will change Canada even if Justin Trudeau doesn’t know it yet.”
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Posted onApril 22, 2017byifnm|Comments Off on Faith Goldy: Special Gun Rights for Muslims?! (Video)
Faith Goldy of TheRebel.media went online to renew her Canadian gun license, and noticed an exception to the usual regulation requiring a photograph, citing religious exemption. She contacted the RCMP here’s what happened.
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Universities are censoring controversial speakers by demanding students pay for added security.
Imagine if a controversial politician finds he needs more security at his public appearances than less controversial ones.
Now imagine we charge this controversial politician a security fee every time he speaks, because of these increased costs.
Does this seem acceptable?
It’s obvious why we don’t operate this way, why we choose, instead, to share the security costs among all taxpayers.
We want people to pursue and debate ideas based on what they think, not on what they can afford.
Why is it, then, that at publicly-funded universities across Canada, it’s become acceptable for university administrators to charge a security fee to student groups based on how controversial the speakers they invite to campus are?
Of course these groups can invite speakers for virtually no cost if they aren’t controversial.
Posted onMarch 12, 2017byifnm|Comments Off on How controversial U of T prof Jordan Peterson became a lightning rod
Jordan Peterson says he never set out to be a centre of controversy. But when that controversy came, he also didn’t turn away.
The University of Toronto psychology professor has found himself at the centre of a firestorm involving, depending on whom you ask, gender identity and freedom of speech — the result of his now-famous/infamous declaration to only call students “he” and “she,” and not “they” as some individuals in the transgender community prefer to be known. He also announced he was steadfastly opposed to Bill C-16, federal legislation that seeks to add gender identity and gender expression to the list of prohibited grounds of discrimination.
Making this stand on YouTube took Peterson onto computer screens around the world, and made him an academic celebrity of sorts.
He’s in Ottawa for two public speeches this week — one Thursday, the second Saturday at the Ottawa Public Library at 120 Metcalfe Street. (It’s from 2 to 5:30 p.m., seats are first come, first served.)
So how did this university prof become a figure of such controversy? What motivates him to say the things he does?
“I’ve been watching the rise of political correctness on campuses basically since the early 1990s,” he said Friday in an interview with the Citizen. It seemed to go away for a while, he said, then “over the last five years, it has come roaring back.”
Posted onMarch 5, 2017byifnm|Comments Off on Supporters, critics clash at Montreal protest over federal Islamophobia motion
Heavy police presence as protesters gather at Montreal City Hall.
Far right groups in Quebec joined forces Saturday under the banner of their opposition to a proposed parliamentary motion condemning Islamophobia, taking part in a series of demonstrations across the province.
The largest crowds were in Montreal where some 150 protestors were confronted by a counter-protest around twice that size organized by a so-called anti-fascist alliance.
Several scuffles broke out as police struggled at times to keep the two groups separate.
A brief fist fight erupted when the opposing sides met in front of Montreal’s city hall, leaving one person bloodied. Opponents of the far right groups tossed blocks of ice as the protest wrapped up.
But for the most part the two sides were content to hurl insults at each other. From the anti-fascists — a coalition which includes many far left groups — came chants of “Immigrants in, racists out.”
From the far right came cries of “liberty.” A mimicked wolf howl could also be heard from members of La Meute (Wolf Pack in French), who accounted for the largest contingent among the far right groups.
I watch Hollywood awards ceremonies where a supposed artist screams out for punching people in the face for political disagreements, and the entire horde of Botoxed brain zombies leaps to their feet in an ungodly and unholy howl of rampant bloodlust approval.
“We can call it Cultural Marxism, but at the end of the day, we experience it on a day to day basis, by that I mean a minute by minute, second by second basis. It’s political correctness and it’s multiculturalism.” – Andrew Breitbart