Sunday, October 24, 2021

The Hunt For France's Traitorous War Criminal


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One of France’s worst wartime villains, Paul Touvier is an overtly anti-Semitic traitor who terrorises his own countrymen. As a leader of a pro-Nazi paramilitary police force, he relishes his job of hunting down ‘enemies of the state’ and, murdering Jews and resistance fighters alike, earns himself the nickname the ‘Hangman of Lyon’. A devout Catholic, Touvier escapes retribution after the war by turning to the church for help. By 1988, France’s most notorious war criminal is still at large, and a high-ranking French investigator, Jean-Louis Recordon, is given the job of hunting him down.

Open Letter to RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki


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Dear Commissioner Brenda Lucki:

We respectfully submit this open letter to express our most sincere concerns and resolute stand against the forced coercive medical intervention of Canadians, and against the undue discrimination experienced by those exercising their lawful right to bodily autonomy. We are not against vaccinations, but as law enforcement officers, we cannot in good conscience willingly participate in enforcing mandates that we believe go against the best interests of the people we protect.

As Canadians, our constitutionally-protected freedoms precede the government, and may only be temporarily limited if the majority of evidence justifies such infringements as reasonable, provable, and guided by law. If presented with all available evidence in a court, we firmly believe the government implemented mandates would not hold up under scrutiny.

As experienced investigators, we look past what information is provided and focus on how the information is presented. A proper investigation should be conducted as objectively as possible, and follow the principle that it is better to have questions that cannot be answered than to have answers that cannot be questioned. A complete investigation must include full disclosure of all the facts of the case, even contradictory evidence. Why, then, is there little to no tolerance for free and open debate on this matter? Many credible medical and scientific experts are being censored. Accordingly, we rightly have concerns about “the science” we are being coerced to “follow”.

As representatives of our communities within the RCMP and representatives of the RCMP in our communities, we have never witnessed such division in our country. This sense of “Us versus Them” will be further fueled by having a police force consisting only of “vaccinated” people, while serving communities consisting of “unvaccinated” people, which goes against the community policing model the RCMP has strived to achieve.

As law enforcement officers, we already face higher levels of stress and mental illnesses due to the nature of our work. These have been compounded – considerably – by mandates that we believe are deeply unethical, threatening our livelihood, and dividing society.

As federal employees, what is being done to mitigate this stress? Moreover, what assurances are we given that the injections will not cause short or long-term side effects? What steps will be taken to ensure members are compensated for adverse side effects?  (more...)

Open Letter to RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki

U of T received formal complaints against ex-Trinity College provost accused of sexual harassment, but he wasn’t punished


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The University of Toronto received formal complaints on at least two occasions about former professor Andy Orchard alleging sexual advances and inappropriate touching of graduate students. But it was the victims of his advances, and not the professor, who faced repercussions, the Star has learned.

Orchard, a world renowned scholar of English and medieval studies who was the provost and vice-chancellor of Trinity College from 2007 to 2013, allegedly engaged in sexual relationships with his students and sexually harassed others over the course of years, according to a blockbuster Al Jazeera report published this week on sexual misconduct in academia.

Orchard did not respond to the Star’s request for comment. Orchard’s lawyers sent a five-page letter to Al Jazeera disputing the allegations, but he did not permit any of it to appear in the report.

The Star has obtained a letter confirming that two students complained Orchard isolated a student in conversation and would not let go of her hand at a pub near U of T campus, where he would routinely meet students outside of class. The letter, written by the acting director of the Centre for Medieval Studies in 2008, informs Orchard “it is inappropriate to interact with students in pubs or while under the influence of alcohol.”

“… as reported, the conduct was inappropriate and in breach of the University’s Conflict of Interest Policy and the provost’s guidelines regarding close personal relations with students,” the letter states. “I must advise you that the alleged conduct may have also been in violation of the University’s Policy and Procedures on Sexual Harassment.”

Despite these alleged transgressions, Orchard faced no consequences. He was told not to do it again.

“I must caution you that in future you must take care never to place your personal interests in conflict with your students,” the letter states.

But the students involved in the incident were reassigned new thesis supervisors.  (more...)

U of T received formal complaints against ex-Trinity College provost accused of sexual harassment, but he wasn’t punished


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The dons at my college, also connected to Oxford, were just as disgusting -- I was aggressively propositioned by two of them. I informed the dean, but had no desire to press formal charges.

Saturday, October 23, 2021

Toronto St. Mike's College and St. Basil's Seminary Graduate: The populist US priest who set up an antisemitic militia


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At the height of the Great Depression in the early 1930s, 30 million Americans tuned their dials every Sunday afternoon to listen to the words of a Catholic priest from the Detroit suburbs.

But Father Charles Coughlin had long strayed beyond children’s catechism classes.

Instead, the so-called “radio priest” served up a mix of economic populism, staunch anti-communism and conspiracy theories — ones in which, as the decade dragged on, Jews would inevitably come to figure ever-more prominently.

Although now largely a historical footnote, Coughlin, who was born 120 years ago this week, prefigured the later rise of talk radio, has drawn comparisons with Donald Trump, and offers a historical perspective on current debates around the role of media companies in policing the boundaries of free speech.

Born in Canada, Coughlin attended a seminary in Toronto before being ordained a priest in 1916. After 10 years teaching at a Catholic college, he accepted the invitation of the Bishop of Detroit to establish a new parish in Royal Oak, a working-class suburb of the city, where he went on to build his church, the Shrine of the Little Flower.

Coughlin later claimed that, a few weeks after his arrival, the Ku Klux Klan — which targeted Catholics as well as Jews and African Americans — burned a cross in the churchyard. A sympathetic Irish-Catholic businessman, who owned Detroit’s WJR radio station, allowed the priest time on air to explain Catholicism to the community.  (more...)

The populist US priest who set up an antisemitic militia

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Friday, October 22, 2021

Mohawk Mothers demand investigation into potential unmarked graves at McGill University


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Mohawk Mothers suspect there may be unmarked graves on McGill University’s campus.

The group believes they’re linked to controversial psychological experiments conducted there in the 1950s and 1960s that received funding from the Canadian government and the American Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

“Some of our children may have been taken from some of the residential schools and brought here,” said Mohawk Mother Kahentinetha from the Bear Clan.

Mohawk Mothers say they are led to believe this after their recent interview with Lana Ponting, one of the few remaining survivors of Dr. Ewen Cameron’s experimental treatments, including drug-induced comas and intensive shock therapy, at the institute.

Ponting’s testimony alleges that experiments’ victims were buried in the grounds surrounding the Allan Memorial Institute and that underaged children were victims of these experiments.  (more...)

Mohawk Mothers demand investigation into potential unmarked graves at McGill University


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Pawns of The Black Nobility: Jesuit calls for a new Adolf Hitler

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"A new Hitler would be desirable, but Hitler made a psychological mistake to superimpose the German race over others. We know that the German race, the Anglo-Saxon peoples are the best. But Hitler's method was wrong. What we require now is a king for Europe, and that king must be the successor to Franz Josef for the Austro-Hungarian throne Otto von Hapsburg."

The speaker was Monsignor Arrigo Pintonello, honorary military Archbishop and representative of the dark side of Rome religious life. Pintonello was born in Venice, and traces his ancestry to the nobility of the Austro-Hungarian empire. He was trained for seven years at the Jesuits' command center in Rome, the Gregorian University. He is a leading ideologue of the Palermo, Sicily-based Thule Society, worshipers of Nordic race cults who are conspiring to impose a "New Fuhrer" over an economically and morally devastated Europe in the years to come.

Pintonello confided his plans for a' 'New Fuhrer" in what would appear, on the surface, to be the most unlikely of all places, the serene campus of the Collegio Selva Dei Pini outside Rome, a 400 student school that the Monsignor directs. But as is the case with much of what goes on in and around Rome, appearances are deceptive.

"This school is modeled on the Anglo-Saxon mode," the Monsignor had stated in his opening remarks. "It is like Eton, or Oxford, it combines study with sport. "

The Monsignor invited us to sit down in his ornate study, elaborately furnished with wood panels and tables and cushioned chairs. He expounded on how Europe would be restructured in this present moment of economic and social crisis.  (more...)

 Jesuit calls for a new Adolf Hitler