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Jonathan Kay resigns as editor of The Walrus amid ‘appropriation prize’ backlash

Jonathan Kay: Cultural appropriation should be debated. Too bad Canada’s Writers Union instead chose to debase itself

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  • canminuteman
  • El Martyachi

    Indeed, it is these mobbings that encourage the idea that free speech is under siege from a systematic program of left wing censorship. On both sides, it is fear and suspicion that is driving the social media rage.

    That’s showing ’em. Glad to see such a fearless crusader fighting the good fight.

  • Martin B

    Live by Social Justice, die by Social Justice.

  • BillyHW

    Dude has built his entire career on the hope that the crocodile would eat him last.

    Also, there is no such thing as indigenous writing. Indians didn’t even have an alphabet. I demand that these indigenous writers stop appropriating the white man’s culture. Let them go back to using every part of the buffalo.

  • David Murrell

    Well, Mr. Kay lined his pockets ghost writing the election autobiography of his pal Justin Trudeau. Mr. Kay will have no trouble finding a job within the left establishment. They can take care of their own. Lots of money around.

    • Clink9

      Lots of OUR money around.

  • JohnfromToronto

    What a coward. At least he could have forced the SJWs to fire him. We don’t live in interesting times. We live in a time of insanity.

  • andycanuck

    Red Star idiot can’t decide whether the ‘award’ is satire or not.

  • Minicapt