Category Archives: “social activism”

‘It’s an insult’: Defaced war memorial in Montreal leaves visitors shocked on Remembrance Day

Just as Remembrance Day ceremonies got underway Saturday morning, a war memorial was defaced in the Montreal borough of Saint-Laurent.

Berj Merdjani saw the red graffiti, that said “F–k war” and “F–k the army” in French, as he was entering his photography studio across the street from Beaudet Park.

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4chan Launches “It’s Ok To Be White” Campaign, Causing Mass Outrage WorldWide

Last week we covered the story of a formal Police investigation being launched over the alleged hate crime that recently occurred at Boston College. A crime that was nothing more than the placement of a single poster on campus with the words “Don’t apologize for being white.” Seemingly inspired by this development and the overblown reaction to it. The infamous trolls over at 4chan’s politically incorrect board have just launched a new widespread campaign set to take this poster idea to the next level.

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Glamour’s unworthy ‘Women of the Year’

Glamour Magazine just announced its 2017 “Women of the Year” awardees, whom they describe as “game changers, rule breakers, and trailblazers.” Perhaps some recipients are changing the world — though not all for the better — but nothing is changing at Glamour. The magazine continues its tradition of using this award to honor women who advance an extreme, leftist political agenda, while ignoring every woman with right-of-center views. The big question is, will this be the year that its readers decide enough is enough?

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Kaepernick Seeks NFL Owners’ Cell Phone Records, Depositions To Prove Collusion

 

The filing, which demands an arbitration hearing on the matter, says the NFL and its owners “have colluded to deprive Mr. Kaepernick of employment rights in retaliation for Mr. Kaepernick’s leadership and advocacy for equality and social justice and his bringing awareness to peculiar institutions still undermining racial equality in the United States.”

Employment rights?!

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The best reason yet for boycotting the NFL

Yep, that Clinton, hateful Hillary, the despised doyenne of defeat, the lame, lying lioness of losing, that selfsame, swamp-side elitist who last year looked me square in the eye through my television screen and contemptuously sneered that I, me, a poor kid, combat veteran, college graduate on the G.I. Bill with a successful career and retirement, an American success story, am a deplorable human being, has just given her blessing to this Democrat-induced racial cancer growing within the bowels of the NFL.

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THOUGHT POLICE: CBC News Lectures Canadians About Halloween On Twitter

Canadians don’t choose to give our money to CBC. It gets taken through our tax dollars whether we like it or not. That makes CBC a government service, and government services are supposed to be applied in a neutral, non-partisan way.

Unfortunately, we all know that CBC is often used by the far-left to push their politically correct agenda, and attempt to shape the opinions of Canadians to a specific set of elitist and globalist ideas, instead of reflect the true views of the Canadian people.

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Rally against white supremacy held at Queen’s Park

Rally organizer Shannon McDeez was among the first to speak to the crowds on Sunday.

“We want to start a national conversation about white supremacy,” McDeez said. “What we’re talking about is white supremacy — its institutionalization, its radicalization and the fact that its being empowered by a disgusting political shift in the United States.”

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Cheerleaders At Texas High School Kneel During National Anthem

The protests during the national anthem at NFL games this past weekend has sparked a flurry of criticism and controversy, but that is not all. A group of cheerleaders in Texas was apparently inspired by the NFL players also knelt during the national anthem. During a game between McCallum and Lyndon B. Johnson high schools, around six cheerleaders decided to protest during the national anthem by taking a knee. No other students from either high school knelt during the anthem.

 

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