Assad supporters at Queens Park

Will Toronto’s Syrian Refugees get along with the city’s well established Assadist supporters?

David Johnston calls arrival of Syrian refugees a ‘defining moment’ for Canada You don’t say?

So which Syrian Refugees are we getting? Islamist Rebel or Islamist Assadist?

Below is a video I made of a Pro-Assad demonstration at Queen’s Park. It was very well attended having been aided by the Canadian Arab Federation, the anti-semitic hate group that Trudeau adviser Omar Alghabra was head of.

  • ontario john

    Yes, thanks to the Liberals, media elites and government workers, we can enjoy our own little version of the Syrian civil war on the streets of Canada. We can spend the boring winter nights watching one bat shit crazy bunch of muslims kill another set of bat shit crazy muslims just outside our front windows. And of course, in “Sunny Ways” Canada the media will censor all news. The CBC only allows happy news about whiny indians and muslim invaders, all media sources rant non stop about the benefits of flooding Canada with muslims, the need to tax people to death for the global warming scam, and news out today that civil servants committed treason by working with U.S. officials against government policies. But hey, Trudeau gets his babysitting paid for by the taxpayers so all is well.

    • lolwut?

      The blowback from CBC’s comment section on stories is being felt.
      You just got to hammer away and they’ll just hang themselves with their
      heavy handed “Solution”….. next round begins on a month.

      The battle to expose CBC censorship on comments was indeed
      organized despite any claims they may make.

      Heavily censored Reddit’s are also being taken on, /r/Europe’s lefty
      moderators threw up their hands in surrender a couple months ago,

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Brodie Fenlon needs his ass kicked.

        Can I say that in Canada?

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          You can say worse.
          Actually, you have more licence to than I do.
          I think if you punched him in the face you would face fewer consequences than I would as a Canadian citizen.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            <—Furiously checks air fares to Toronto and wonders if I can save money going only one-way and if can I rely on Canadian deportation efficiency to get me back home in a timely manner…

            Can you pick me up at the airport?

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I cheer for the Winnipeg Jets.
            I’d be glad to pick you up at the airport but then we’d have to rent a car and follow the only road to Toronto from Winnipeg.


          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Google Maps says that’s a 1,400 mile trip each way!
            Time to re-plan.
            I remember you saying you are a Winnipeg fan, but it didn’t occur to me that anyone actually LIVED in Winnipeg.

          • lolwut?

            Half of it is just Ontario going from Vancouver to Toronto……winding roads from hell.

            I know, I’ve hitched Vancouver Island to Toronto many times when I was younger,

          • mobuyus

            I drove it on a Triumph motorcycle when I was younger and that winding road from hell was quite pleasant until I ran into 30 miles of torn up Trans Canada highway up past Terrace Bay.

          • El Martyachi

            I’m already sleeping on the couch so you’ll have to crash at DDR’s.

          • Exile1981

            Only if you call residing in winnepeg “living”….. we used to call in pergatory. It was the office you were transferred too when you were bad, but not bad enough to be fired.

          • mauser 98

            !! i used to travel that way… Crown Royal & toothbrush
            young, single off to the Florida, Caribbean

            being an American you would be deported quickly
            an LBGT Syrian ? new Mercedes and lakefront condo + cash, reporters kissing your feet

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            The second time I cleared Heathrow I had almost 8 litres of tequila, an extra pair of motorcycle boots, and underwear. The rest I bought while I was there.
            Fun trip!

          • mauser 98

            always save the ratty underwear ,, pitch and go … not dragging it home

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            I’m really picky about my underwear.
            Life’s too short for bad underwear.

          • mauser 98

            bottle of Crown , Señorita, dance or 2 , ,, who needs underwear

          • Clink9

            I’ll be at the Toronto airport tomorrow at 5:30 AM so will just leave the keys for my rusty Caravan under the floor mat.

            Don’t spill anything in it!

          • canminuteman

            You can crash here for a while while you get yourself sorted if you share the bourbon.

        • lolwut?

          I just messaged him on Facebook, told him to stock up on Red Bull and coffee, he’s going to need it.

          There is an army of thousands standing ready to hammer
          their moderators into submission.

          I said it months ago, the CBC comments sections are being left open
          and comments slipping through more often simply because the moderators are being swamped with un-PC comments and a flagging campaign…

          They’ll have a choice, leave them open or shut them down.

          If they shut the comments down, they’ll have to deal with blowback
          and people seeking out other news sites like Rebel Media.

          The same war was fought in the early days of the web
          the more they censored, the more mirrors sites popped up
          to get around it…

          • El Martyachi

            Trulander will increase CBC funding. Some of that will go to hiring staff to police the comment section. They’ll probably hire sock puppets too.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        I watched a not even a minute of that.
        If you believe in free speech there is no such thing as an objectionable comment.
        Comment sections usually police themselves despite their guidelines.
        The CBC, who claim to speak for Canadians, don’t want to listen to what Canadians are telling them.
        Closing a comment section just means people will go elsewhere.
        When was the last time you’ve read a Sun newspaper article all the way through since they closed their comment section?

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          The Sun’s comment section was modded by fascists.

    • If they restrict it to killing one another I am all for it.

  • Hard Little Machine

    May they all chainsaw one another.

  • dukestreet

    According to all my research, there will be no Syrian Christians coming to Canada. SP has made sure that they will be Islamists only.

  • mobuyus

    From the inadequate screening process they will be walking away with tacit approval to attack Jews, just like at home.

    • That is the elephant in the room. The Jews in Germany have raised their voice about this, but here the Local Kapo Committees are patting themselves on the back for being so multicultural and welcoming of a people steeped in anti-semitism.

      • mobuyus

        I’d sleep a lot easier at night if BCF could get the gig vetting these “pilgrims”.

  • mauser 98

    Assad , anti Assad Syrians , Gay Pride , diversity , tolerance

    • andycanuck

      And telling the Jamaicans that they can’t drink booze or toke-up.

      • lolwut?

        Bumbaclot!!! *sucks teeth*

  • Clear Thinker

    The man on the left is worried he will be without a Crusade. Imagine, Pro Assad chopping Anti Assad types on University Ave. in Toronto? The man on the left is going to get his big bowl of popcorn and watch the fun. Anyone left alive, he will either convert or put them to the sword. Good times for all.

  • When you import Syrians, you import civil war

  • Richard_Romano

    Never mind the Assad supporters, what about the openly Gay stuff going on downtown? Hmm…