July 29, 2017

Elites make example of Kevin Johnson: Speaking ugly truths about Islam will cost you dearly

David MenziesMission Specialist

By now you’ve heard journalist Kevin J. Johnston is facing a charge of hate speech for upsetting the sensibilities of certain Muslims and their cheerleaders who don’t want commentators to stray off the politically correct reserve on Islam.

The rules say we’re supposed to refer to this particular faith as “the religion of peace” even if the terrorism fatality statistics suggest otherwise.

We’re supposed to say, “Peace be upon him” when referencing the Prophet Mohammed even though history tells us his reign was anything but peaceful.

Apparently, we’re never supposed to utter a discouraging word.

What else can one interpret from the outrageous, politically-motivated charges that have been levelled against Johnston?

Watch as I share points that demonstrate just how ludicrous the hate speech charges are and show how the unspoken strategy of the state seems to be to economically penalize those who dare to speak out.

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commented 2017-07-30 13:02:57 -0400
Sorry Lloyd—but Big Brother Islam started in Calgary in 1926. That is where the first Mosque was opened in Canada. It appears Islam wasn’t successful in spreading there, so they picked a pushover place called Ontario, where the Gov’t and the Press subsidize them.
commented 2017-07-30 12:30:20 -0400
Who knew ?
We heard about BIG BROTHER , and then we started to hear his footsteps , spoke wheeling out of Ontario , now heading to every reach of Canadian towns and society
Now we know
172 attacks in June , last month
1476 killings in June , last month , all done by the religion of peace
commented 2017-07-30 11:53:32 -0400
Were you dropped on your head as a child Ayan ?

Colour is not the problem. Peel Region is very ‘brown’, with a large Sikh and Hindu population who make themselves welcome by embracing OUR ways and customs, while reasonably practising their own customs at home. Not expecting the entire country to take them on.
You are in Canada now, be a part of OUR fabric, and you will be welcome. Try to enforce your religious ideology on us as Islam is attempting to do to the entire country and we will fight you.
commented 2017-07-30 11:51:30 -0400
“Why is not Kevin Johnston talking about rampant crime in predominantly White cities like Grande Prairie? "
Ayan Ray why should he? The problems he faces have to do with Islamic infiltration in Peel Region where he lives. Peel Region being the centre for the infiltration of Islamic law in Canada, assisted by the municipal governments there, are Kevin’s main focus, as that sharia push is happening right under his nose.
That story, the story of the Islamification of Peel Region in Ontario, is a story that will effect us all as they learn just how far they can push Canadians and get away with it. This is an invasion, nothing less, and Peel Region is the first complete take over. I am thankful Kevin J. Johnston is there and I know he will never give up the fight to expose and stop it.
commented 2017-07-30 10:43:58 -0400
A REBEL FAN wrote: I don’t like Muslims because of what they are doing World Wide.
Morning News—big Terrorist attack foiled in Australia, 4 arrested and possible bomb involved.
Germany-Night Club shooting, 2 dead, no names or races given-must be Muslim, as Press gives White names.
Then the usual in Iraq and Pakistan, around 40 dead in car bombings.
commented 2017-07-30 10:33:11 -0400
Still dragging out the old post hoc fallacy collection again, I see, Ayan.
commented 2017-07-30 10:32:17 -0400
Funny how Ernst Zundel and former Nazis lose their citizenship in a flash and are quickly deported.
I thought justin said “A Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian?” No love for war criminals but how are mohammedan traitors given their citizenship back, NOT deported and in 2 cases given millions of dollars? Does the liberal party need the GTA THAT MUCH?
commented 2017-07-30 10:23:21 -0400
Ayan Ray: You seem to be the only one obsessed by skin color which is why you are missing the point entirely.
commented 2017-07-30 10:07:43 -0400
The only thing I’d be worried about with what Kevin Johnston said is if he called a Muslim a “pig”, that may be offensive to pigs. Come on, people! Look at the news reports. Muslims are DOING a lot worse than simply offending people right around the world and they’re getting away with it.

I don’t like Muslims, but it’s not because of what Kevin Johnston said or didn’t say. It’s because of what Muslims ARE DOING world-wide. They’re not exactly innocent little angels, you know.
commented 2017-07-30 08:55:41 -0400
Ayan Ray, Kevin Johnston doesn’t live in Grand Prairie.

Ayan, what does an internet troll and genital herpes have in common? Answer: Both are impossible to get rid of!!!!
commented 2017-07-30 05:24:05 -0400
As AYAN RAY points out, Canada has it’s own problems without importing more problems from the Middle East, but Justin Trudeau imports thousands upon thousands of economic migrants from the Middle East who are potential homicidal maniacs if they choose to radicalize themselves at any given time. He isn’t charged with high treason. They aren’t charged with hate crimes in mosques. Just make sure to charge that one white guy who dares to say he doesn’t like the Islamization of Canada, though.
commented 2017-07-30 03:42:05 -0400
This is an important story. Thanks, David Menzies. I hope Kevin Johnston wins his case and his legal costs can somehow be paid quickly. These attacks on free speech are unbelievable and western-worldwide. I envy the U.S. because they have Trump to turn the tide of it down there. I envy Poland and Hungary because they have strong leaders and for the most part still have populations with their heads on straight. We will desperately need a guy like Trump (or a lady) to take over in 2019, who can try to fix what has happened here in Canada. Hopefully our lib mass will not show epic spawn rates before then, before we can vote in a good leader.
commented 2017-07-30 03:13:39 -0400
Why is not Kevin Johnston talking about rampant crime in predominantly White cities like Grande Prairie?

Grande Prairie in Alberta is Canada’s most dangerous city.


Muslims account for less than 1% of Grande Prairie residents (search “NHS Profile, Grande Prairie, CY, Alberta, 2011”).

I wonder why we are not talking about White Christians (the majority of Grande Prairie residents) committing crimes in Canada?

Canada is a much safer country today than it was in the 70’s when Canada’s population was overwhelmingly White.


Ethnically diverse cities like Toronto and Vancouver are considerably safer than predominantly White cities like Grande Prairie and Red Deer.


According to Statcan:

Grande Prairie: 86% White
Red Deer: 88% White
Toronto: 50% White
Vancouver: 46% White

Is political correctness preventing us from discussing how we can address rampant crime in predominantly White cities like Grande Prairie and keep Canadians safe?
commented 2017-07-30 01:45:18 -0400
After reading the comments on these two pages, I don’t believe Kevin Johnson will receive a fair trial. The two reasons that this is amazing is that this is supposed to be a free speech site and the other reason is many believe he may be guilty even though NO ONE HERE knows what he did yet.
Janice Kay at least looked up some possibilities that the Speech Police may have got excited about, like Johnson calling the Muslim a pig for successfully suing his Landlord John Alabi for 12K., or Johnson bluffed about giving out the Human Rights Judge’s home address. I don’t think any of these instances are worth 2 years in jail.
Then we had someone putting Johnson in the same category as a real neo-natzi called Ernst Zundel who published:
" THE HITLER WE LOVED" pamphlets. Zundel ended up deported back to Germany around 2000.
Finally we have Ezra who has to be cautious or he thinks it could spill over on The Rebel.
Good Luck Mr. Johnson
commented 2017-07-30 00:28:28 -0400
So now when we see another bizarre, expensive photo op of Justin Trudeau, say at the Great Wall of China, looking dramatically off toward the horizon, or on the cover of the Rolling Stone with that weird Mona Lisa smile, we don’t have to wonder what he thinks he’s doing anymore. Clearly, he’s looking in his mind’s eye towards the day the elite politicians, like himself, rule the world. (Isn’t narcissism grand?)
commented 2017-07-29 23:11:56 -0400
“I don’t want him to live forever, and I know that he’s not going to live forever whether I want him to or not.”
― C.S. Lewis, O Cavalo e o Seu Rapaz The Horse and His Boy

“In C. S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia, a Tisroc is a ruler of Calormen. His position is most like that of a Pharaoh, in that he is an absolute monarch, and is believed to be descended from the Calormene god Tash. Whenever a Calormene subject speaks of the Tisroc, he adds “may he live for ever,” and it is considered blasphemy not to say this.
commented 2017-07-29 21:58:08 -0400
Joanne Thauberger, thanks for a posting a very interesting history of the Kalergi plan.
My understanding of the Freemason fraternity is, there are different levels and as a person gains status; additional history and information is shared with that person. I too would be interested in finding out if Kalergi was a Freemason.
commented 2017-07-29 21:27:30 -0400
Joanne Thauberger, Thanks for the info about the Kalergi plan. As far as I can ascertain you were providing factual information. So was Kalergi a Freemason or not? Is that in dispute?
commented 2017-07-29 21:14:53 -0400
Since war has now been declared on us by the state, I guess it’s time to start taking names…in earnest.
Like the crown who has acted under Canadian jurisprudence and leveled these spurious charges against Mr. Johnston…and in the process, completely destroying our free speech rights by precedent…

Remember who the enemy is today:


How many of the 5 P’s are involved in this particular blow against Canada?
commented 2017-07-29 21:04:31 -0400
Those Imams preaching hate should be taken prisoner by our military. They’ve pronounced war upon us. We are at war with those promoting the global caliphate, of which said Imams are clearly a part.

Good report David!
commented 2017-07-29 20:54:11 -0400
That’s OK, Joanne Thauberger. I still support you. I guess that also makes me a spoutter without intelligence. (Freemasons, Bilderbergs, Illuminati and the Club of Rome…. the New World Order)
commented 2017-07-29 20:12:50 -0400
I think if you are charged for hate crimes and they can’t make it stick you should be able to sue them for all your cost plus defamation of character .
It is mind boggling that the real people spewing hate speech are given a free pass
commented 2017-07-29 18:05:03 -0400
Joanne Thauberger,

Being myself a Freemason for 31 years, following father, grandfather, great grandfather in the Craft, all loyal Canadians serving King and country in their time, I would not mind knowing why you make this gratuitous inclusion in your post. Soon as I saw that gratuitous mention, I knew you were just spouting without intelligence.
commented 2017-07-29 17:21:44 -0400
“Or there will be Canadian flight”…
commented 2017-07-29 17:20:19 -0400
MAURICE POTVIN… Someone better start to step up for Canadian’s real soon…Or they will be Canadian flight out of Canada..Then all the SJW.’s…..liberal wingnut goofs will be all together with their grandiosity demented leader trudeau and his special group of things going from house to house and doing what they think is right for all the World to become….
commented 2017-07-29 16:49:21 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 33,779 Attacks, 217,957 Killed, 299,112 Injured that we know of

“Christians are the worst part of Canadian Society”, Justin Trudeau, Debate Post, March 28, 2017

R.I.P. logic, common sense and reason; Long live hypocrisy, stupidity and political correctness!

Thank you for that contribution, Joanne Thauberger. It almost sounds like you could be describing Justin Trudeau…. except for that bit about Kalergi being an intellectual.
commented 2017-07-29 15:44:26 -0400
Joanne Thauberger, Thanks for this helpful information. It fits right in with the ideology of groups in Europe who are promoting open borders and unlimited immigration. On CBC, this week, they did a biased, one-sided piece on Defend Europe, a group of young people who are trying to prevent NGO’s from bringing migrants from Libya into Europe. The interview was only of the alt-Left group that opposes them, where the listener was told that the crowd funding for the boat they bought, came primarily from far right groups like the KKK. This is how the public is lulled into thinking that everyone on the right is scary and should be avoided, and that all those on the opposing side are kind and caring and should be embraced.
commented 2017-07-29 15:34:30 -0400
And of course we have been saying this will happen and the left crapped on us , and many on the left still choose to ignore this with petty excuses. Some people have laughed at me when i said a civil war may happen, but soon it will be the only option.
commented 2017-07-29 15:10:46 -0400
This is what is going on and we had better realize it and start doing something to stop it. The whole world is at risk if we don’t.

One of the intellectual founding fathers of the European Union, the Austrian diplomat and Freemason Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi outlined his plans for the overall future implications of the EU in his book ‘Practical Idealism’. Looking back at this text many years after it was initially penned by Kalergi it is interesting to note how many of his peculiar and often disturbing plans might be coming to fruition in contemporary Europe.

Kalergi described his dreams for a One World Government with its foundations in the European Union. He hoped that the European project would go on to become the blueprint for a society run entirely by the global elite over a completely powerless population. He wrote that he wished to see the end of national sovereignty and self-determination and he believed that nationalism, and indeed the very concept of nations, could be demolished through multiculturalism. He wrote that a society that was racially and ethnically diverse was one which was easily controllable by the political elite.

According to Kalergi, a diverse and multi-cultural people were easy to control as they had no common identity to rally behind in the event of a political crisis. In addition to that, a diverse population would be easy to conquer by the means of divide and rule. The newly arrived immigrants would be pitted against the native people with both sides believing that they were a persecuted minority languishing under a system of law that was rigged against their favour. Since the last world war, the European Union has gradually eroded aspects of national sovereignty for nation states, often making national law subordinate to that decided by unelected figures at the head of the international organization. There has also been a concerted attempt to chip away at nationalist sentiments and nation-orientated social projects by such policy decisions as freedom of movement as part of the European integration and Angela Merkel’s open door policy towards Syrian refugees.

While Kalergi’s text might seem to be a relic of a more authoritarian and intellectually warped era for the people of Europe, it is notable that he is still celebrated and honoured among key members of the European Union today. The Kalergi prize, otherwise known as the Charlemagne Prize, was created in his honour to be awarded to European figures who have helped to promote his plan. Among those awarded this prize in recent years are Angela Merkel, Herman Van Rompuy (the former Prime Minister of Belgium and first President of the European Council) and Pope Francis. The fact that Kalergi is still apparently alive in the minds of many prominent Europeans has led to the suggestion that this is what lies at the obvious antipathy towards the president-elect Donald Trump by European leaders. Kalergi hoped that the United States would be the next region to fall under the One World Government he envisaged and perhaps many people still nourished that dream until his shock election last year. Trump has proven himself to be openly hostile to the idea of multiculturalism and further immigration to the United States, in stark contrast to any of his recent predecessors. He has also preached an isolationist foreign policy and appears to be drawing the lines of the classic nation state in much darker shades than previous presidents. Perhaps it is the case that he is seen as a potential fly in the ointment when it comes to pursuing Kalergi’s bizarre plan for world domination.

READ MORE: http://www.disclose.tv/news/the_kalergi_plan_and_why_world_leaders_are_rattled_by_donald_trump/131637
commented 2017-07-29 15:00:56 -0400
What these fools don’t realize is that by curtailing or controlling “offensive” speech (I’ll be interested to see if they can somehow elevate it to “hate” speech), they are effectively putting the lid on a steaming pot that’s already on a slow boil. There is enough evidence of grass roots dissatisfaction with the pandering progressive governments writ large have shown this particular group; and no amount of legislation is going to alter personally held beliefs, right or wrong. So let the ingredients simmer long enough without any recourse to venting and sooner or later the easily foreseeable will come to pass.
Kicking the pc can down the road may circumvent dealing with some present day inconvenient truths and offer up warm fuzzy soundbites for the Selfie Queen and his ilk, but it also pretty well guarantees a final result far beyond the government’s ability to ultimately control.