Just back from the Paul Weston & Lars Hedegaard Event

It was a good turnout for the event, a packed house in fact, despite the best efforts of the 20 or so welfare “anarchists” who came out to call Jews KKK members.

The wee brown-shirts blocked one of the parking lot entrances to the hall so people drove in the other, then the police moved them down to the other entrance but they got bored and went back to the original entrance. Then they went home.

That was it, the sum total of their demonstration amounted to some pathetic chants and a ride home courtesy of a welfare provided TTC pass.

I have film of both Paul & Lars (Both gave excellent talks) but that will have to wait for late tomorrow to be posted.

Work calls and I will be out most of the day.

  • Seneca III

    Paul WESTON, blazing!

  • Seneca III

    Paul WESTON, blazing!

  • Kathy Prendergast

    Was the weather bad? That usually keeps the SJWs away. For “warriors” they are remarkably intolerant of the slightest discomfort.

    • The weather was good. There just aren’t that many brown-shirts in Toronto, it was a collection of the usual suspects I suspect they wanted to rush home to watch Justin’s dinner.

      • David Murrell

        Heh, good one.

  • H

    Looking forward to it, BCF: I admire and respect both of them. I find that Lars speaks English with such a “distinguished”-sounding accent (I think he actually rather LOOKS the part of a gentleman) and is of course, an intelligent and outspoken observer of and commenter on the threats to freedom that we face in the West. And Paul Weston is simply an excellent speaker, very smart and charismatic to boot. Again, looking forward to hearing their talks; thanks for checking those out.

    PS: encouraging to hear that the event was well attended (and I presume, the speakers were well received).

    • Yes it was a good crowd and the speakers were much enjoyed.

  • David Murrell

    Can’t wait to watching the speeches on line. And congrats to the people in Toronto willing and able to addend the talks. We need more of this going on.