Sunday, November 30, 2008

Happy Birthday to Us!

It has been exactly one year since we started this blog on Blooger, after having originally started up on LiveJournal. Between November 30, 2007 and November 30, 2008, we've had almost 30,000 visitors to our website.

We thank everyone who has contributed to the relative success of this website.

Now, if you're in the mood to give us a birthday gift on our birthday, we would like to make a request:

Bill Noble should be back in jail for his contemptuous violation of the terms of his parole. As regular readers of this website are well aware of, Noble was convicted of violating Section 319(2) of the Criminal Code and was sentenced to 4 months in prison. He was released two months later with strict conditions that he not access the Internet for a period of no less than 3 years. Almost immediately upon his release, Noble violated the terms of his parole by participating on Facebook, Stormfront, and running the hate website and forum for the Aryan Guard.

Saturday, November 29, 2008

Tip to Nazis: Don't @#$% With Richard Warman

Some time ago, an American neo-Nazi named William (Bill) White called for the murder of Richard Warman owing to Mr. Warman's active campaign against racism in Canada. White published Warman's home address and place of work. He suggested methods by which an individual could kill Mr. Warman in the most graphic manner possible.

Warman filed a complaint about White's website,, with the CRTC. Unfortunately, the CRTC claimed they couldn't do anything because White and his website were both based in the United States and beyond the reach of their mandate (evidently blocking a website advocating the murder of a Canadian citizen didn't occur to them).

White thought he was untouchable and acted accordingly. However, chickens came home to roost in October 2008 when White was arrested on federal charges by the FBI. According to news reports and court papers, White's arrest was based primarily on recent online threats against a member of the jury that convicted the Creativity Movement's leader Matt Hale off incitement to murder. Additional information in court papers indicate that White's arrest was also based on an article suggesting the assassination of president-elect Barak Obama, as well as threats made towards a certain Canadian lawyer in Ontario (see pages 10 and 11 of 24).

Friday, November 28, 2008

National Post Apologizes to Richard Warman. Again.

Well, here we go again. The National Post recently republished the false 'Anne Cools' allegation by virtue of publishing an article by Ezra Levant that contained hot links to it and affirmation of its contents. Below is the result from their receiving a libel notice from Warman's lawyer:

On November 10th, the National Post posted on its Full Comment Web blog a column entitled “Ezra Levant: Canada’s free speech enemies to lay Remembrance Day wreath,” which included a link to another Web site that suggested lawyer and human rights activist Richard Warman had posted an offensive item on the Freedomsite website about Senator Anne Cools. The National Post has no evidence to support this allegation against Mr. Warman and it hereby retracts any suggestion that Mr. Warman manufactured any statement about Senator Cools. The National Post apologizes for any embarrassment this has caused Mr. Warman.

We also enjoyed reading the posted message below the retraction:

Why would you even (re)print his stuff? He's become a "libel liability".
If you reproduce any of his articles, make sure to go through them with a fine-toothed comb and edit it down to the bare bones.

Indeed. One would think that, given their current troubles in this matter, that the "journalists" with the National Post would be more careful.

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

OdinPatrick Get's a Cookie

Richard Moon issued his report on the Canadian Human Rights Commission and he advocated that section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act should be repealed. We're not going to go into the entire report deeply, but if you're interested in a good analysis go to BigCityLib's blog.

One would think that the racist right would be celebrating this. One would be wrong. In fact, some have come to realize that based on Moon's recommendations, things could actually get even worse for them. OdinPatrick, the Canadian Stormfront moderator, states:

As we know that the racist right is fond of all things German (at least German of a certain era in history involving goosestepping and bad moustaches), we'd like to introduce them to a word that often defines our member's attitudes towards the trials and tribulations of the racist right.


Saturday, November 22, 2008

November Odds and Ends

Those of us who participate in gathering information and writing articles for Anti-Racism Canada have been very busy this month, though our business is more a matter of our rather full and hectic lives than anything the far right are up to. November has been filled with hockey practices and piano lessons for our children, vacations to Spain, and getting marks ready for midterm report cards.

It helps that the activities of the far right have been pretty low key too.

So, we thought we'd write a short blurb about what has been happening over the last couple of weeks.

Terry Tremaine was in the news again today as the federal court upheld the ruling against the former University of Saskatchewan lecturer in which Tremaine was found guilty of human rights violations. Tremaine is also soon to be on trial for criminal charges related to his online postings, primarily on Stormfront and his own website. This news was greeted with the usual reaction of the far right as Canadian Stormfront moderator "OdinPatrick" speculated on the faith of the presiding judge:

Is Judith Snider Jewish? She appears to be a "champion" donor for the Canadian JFSA (Jewish Family Service Agency)

Cue the conspiracy accusations. If our readers would like to know more about the trials and troubles of Terry Tremaine, they can go to a well researched article found on the website of our friends with the One Peoples' Project.

Monday, November 17, 2008

Folks on Stormfront Giddy With Excitement; Conservative Party Might Want to Take Notice of Who Their Supporters Are

A little over a week ago, the Conservative Party of Canada held a policy convention in Winnipeg. The convention marked a significant shift to the right and will no doubt be fodder for those who believe that Harper and the Conservatives have a secret agenda.

From our stand point, one of the most interesting motions was to remove power from the Canadian Human Rights Commission and Tribunal. Recently some prominent conservatives have found themselves in the cross hairs of the Tribunal for comments made about Muslims and Islam. We find it interesting it was only some of their own were targeted that conservatives started calling for more freedom of speech.

One of the biggest cheerleaders of this motion, which ultimately passed almost with unanimity, was Paul Fromm who called on his supporters to write Conservative MPs to push for defanging the Commission and Tribunal. Fromm is no stranger to the Tribunal, as he has advocated for a number of individuals who had been brought before the Tribunal based on complaints by Richard Warman. We will charitably state that Fromm's efforts before the Tribunal have met with limited success.

When news that the motion was adopted reached Stormfront, the faithful were ready to celebrate their great victory over the powers of ZOG. Here are some select comments:

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Any Vandalism Involving Broken Windows in Calgary Recently?

Perhaps not, but as the 70th anniversary of Kristallnacht occurred between November 9 and 10, one can't help wonder if our favourite Calgary neo-Nazis might have decided to commemorate the event in the special way that only boneheads could. The following Facebook status of Bill Noble doesn't help assuage our suspicions:

Saturday, November 01, 2008

Aryan Guard and Valkyrian Legion Forums Down

Temporalles (Amy Fraser) complains about their forums being shut down:

Gee, we wonder how that happened?

To whom it may concern:

I'm writing to you with concerns over the use of your discussion forum services by the Canadian neo-Nazi group called "the Aryan Guard".

Their page is located at:

I believe that the Aryan Guard is in violation of the following sections of your Terms of Service 1) Indecent Images & Links (due to their use of swastikas and other hate symbols); 3) Topics & Material (due to their clearly white supremacist and neo-Nazi oriented discussions); and 4) Legal Use (although I am not aware of a breach of U.K. or U.S. laws, there are clear violations of Canadian human rights legislation, including s. 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act, and potentially of s. 319 of the Criminal Code of Canada).

I trust that you will take swift and proper action to prevent this hate group from further using your services. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions. Thank you.