August 13, 2018

20 racists march in the U.S — and 2,000 leftists riot in response

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Tonight I'll show you video of a Toronto Sun photographer being attacked by a leftist in Toronto on the weekend.

Seven Toronto police were within arm’s reach when this happened, but not one lifted a finger. The photographer wasn't provoking anyone, or arguing. He was just standing there, doing his job.

This Toronto rally was held because it was the anniversary of the big white racist protest a year ago, in Charlottesville, Virginia. Remember that? Last year, those racists had a parade permit, and as weird and pagan and blatantly racist as it was, their rally was at least peaceful.

But the next day, hundreds of Antifa extremists showed up, no permit, many with weapons, to fight them. And in a terrible turn of events, a man in a car rammed into a group of leftist protesters, killing one woman.

So what was the Charlottesville rally like this year?

About 20 people walked down the street, surrounded by police, and outnumbered a hundred to one by counter demonstrators.

There were at least 200 journalists there, too. For 20 people.

At the rally in Toronto on Saturday, the situation was much the same.

I’m all for protesting against racism.

But as you'll see tonight from Antifa's signs and chants, this was really an anti-police march.

In other words, it's collusion between the Democrats in the U.S., and the Liberals in Canada, with violent street teams. Seeking to undermine our society. Seeking to bring anarchy and instability into our countries.

And the media is playing along.

The Rebel isn't playing along. Which is why our reporters get attacked, too — but never the CBC, or CNN.

Don’t even believe the left when they say they’re for peace and tolerance.

And most importantly:

Don’t ever believe the mainstream media. They’re in on it, too.

NEXT: Former Rebel Gavin McInnes was just banned from Twitter. He comes on to talk about what happened.

THEN: Clifford May, President of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, joins me to discuss the latest examples of media bias against Israel.

FINALLY: Your letters to me!

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commented 2018-08-16 10:15:14 -0400
Presumably the photographer that was assaulted was an employee and being paid for his services. As am employee his employer is required by law to provide a safe workplace.
The safety ,given the unique nature of the job ,requires a degree of overall and encompassing due diligence by the employer. This would include ensuring that protective, controlling and mitigating measures are in place. This assurance or insurance was supposed to be provided by The Toronto Police.
Arrests and consequences are all part of providing deterrence against violations of the law going forward.
Can TheSun or THEREBEL be confident in dispatching reporters and camera crews to an event where they assume the law will prevail? If they are relying on Toronto’s finest, I think not.
commented 2018-08-15 18:19:03 -0400
20 racists? If 20 Asians or 20 Blacks demonstrated would you say they were racists? Of the people I know, there are just as many kooky (and racist) Blacks, Asians and whites. Every group has extremists. Not long ago a cop in Toronto said he would only arrest blacks. That is racist. If the police won’t protect a Rebel reporter from a mob of Indians, that is racist too.
commented 2018-08-15 11:15:56 -0400
The The National Socialist German Workers’ Party, the Nazi party, wanted to nationalize industry, redistribute profits from these nationalised industries, expand welfare programs, control property rights, have state run schools, health care, control and punished the press, all from a strong centralized power.
It all sounds pretty left wing, socialist to me.
….and as far as the kkk vs ‘Trumpism’ is concerned, how is getting blacks back to work, giving them training and education, empowering them to help themselves and respecting the importance of family, racist? In regards to xenophobia, how is the ‘melting pot’ of the world considered xenophobic? How is the prerequisite of assimilation and allegiance to the country xenophobia? Its not, and repeating that lie doesn’t make it so .

Hyacinth thanks for your research. I hope any doubting lurkers delve into the facts instead of just swallowing the codswallop peddled from the mis/mal informed left.

My advice to the left….take the red pill. The truth will set you free.
commented 2018-08-15 08:00:47 -0400
Stephonson commented – “The KKK’s positions are fundamentally incompatible with the modern Left. The vague xenophobia and thinly disguised racism is definitely far closer to e.g., Trumpism.”

LOL sure troll
Just a few links, more online:
Lately, all we’ve heard from the Democrats is how “Trump is racist” and “his supporters are racists,” the same thing they’ve said over and over, going back to before the election.
The problem with their accusations is, in reality, the Democrats are the party with the long history of racism, once that goes back almost a century. ….
Now, in 2017, we see a slightly different form of racism from the Democrats, but underneath the surface, it’s still the same.
Take Senator Diane Feinstein’s recent comment, “If we decrease immigration, who will pick our crops?” asked Feinstein; this is inherent racism at its finest, the assumption that [Hispanic] immigrants basically exist as modern day slaves really sums up the average Democrat politician.
This, along with comments from Hillary Clinton and other Democrats regarding felons in America, and immediate references to the black community, essentially saying that African Americans are felons- this is truly the way they think.
Recently, a wave of anti-white hatred has also sprung forth from the Democrat party, as well as strong currents of anti-semitism, specifically regarding Israel and Jewish conservatives; these are not “tolerant” and caring people at all, they’re hateful racists.
Until the Democrat Party purges racism from its OWN ranks, it should not throw stones at Republicans, and should watch the hateful rhetoric used against President Trump and his supporters.
Ninety percent of the racism in America today comes from the Democratic Party and the Left. They live off it and exploit it. It is unconscionable to the degree they do this, ruining the lives and futures of the very people they say they are helping in the process.
I am uniquely positioned to say this because I spent most of my life on the Left and was a civil rights worker in the South in my early twenties. I was also, to my everlasting regret, a donor to the Black Panther Party in the seventies.
So I have seen this personally from both sides and my conclusion is inescapable. The Left is far, far worse. They are obsessed with race in a manner that does not allow them to see straight. Further, they project racism onto others continually, exacerbating situations, which in most instances weren’t even there in the first place. From Al Sharpton to Hillary Clinton, they all do it.
Barack Obama is one of the worst offenders in this regard. Recently, in reaction to the horrid actions of the deranged, but solitary racist Dylann Root, the president claimed racism is in our DNA.
Is Obama telling me that racism is in my DNA? What a wretched and insulting statement. If he means that, he should tell it to me face-to-face.
If he does, I will tell him what I think. The racial situation in this country has gotten decidedly worse since he took office. And he is a great deal to blame.
All but the redoubtable Senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia, the Southern Democrat who managed to stay Democrat for well over 40 years; despite all the mythical ship-jumping which is supposed to have occurred. All of the modern liberal Democrats who adored him, like Bill Clinton, Barrack Obama and Al Gore, must not have been told Byrd was a Grand Klegal in the KKK before he ran for the Senate as a Democrat. Byrd was a celebrated member of the Democrat party up til his death, in 2010. So it is not as if the discussion of his affiliations is somehow ancient history. …
The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. had no illusions as to of which party and political ideology he was marching against, and he voted Republican. In honor of Reverend King’s legacy, perhaps it is best to judge the Democrat party on the content of its character. …
Today, Democrat party racism is a far more subtle, nuanced thing; minorities are held down by the insidious racism of diminished expectations. Dependence and “victim status” are the only aspirations being tolerated by Democrat party leaders, these days. …
Did you know that the Democratic Party defended slavery, started the Civil War, founded the KKK, and fought against every major civil rights act in U.S. history? Watch as Carol Swain, professor of political science at Vanderbilt University, shares the inconvenient history of the Democratic Party.
By Frances Rice
Confident they will suffer no condemnation by the liberal media, Democrats routinely engage in rank racism toward black Republicans, calling them “sellouts”, “House Negroes” and worse.
This racist name calling is the despicable tactic Democrats use to demean black Americans who do not toe the liberal agenda line and keep blacks corralled on the Democratic Party’s economic plantation.
Race-baiting to garner the black vote is a key component of the re-election campaign of President Barack Obama. He remained silent when his VP, Joe Biden, shamelessly played the race card while speaking to a largely black audience in Danville, Virginia, saying about the Republican candidates: “They’re going to put y’all back in chains”. ….
commented 2018-08-14 22:37:01 -0400
I can only think that splitting the ~35-40% of the vote the Right can manage would only benefit Canada, as it did provincially in their heartland of Alberta.
Only someone utterly bereft of braincells would call the NDP in Alberta a benefit to them. I wonder if someone would care to list those benefits?

Someone as left wing as this gives insight into their vision for the country: another Venezuela. I really wish some of these loonies would spend a year in these socialist shite holes before spewing their verbal diarrhea.
commented 2018-08-14 22:31:59 -0400
Another strand was resistance coming from members of the Christian churches, Catholic and Protestant. Their stance was symbolically significant. The churches, as institutions, did not openly advocate for the overthrow of the Nazi state, but they remained one of the very few German institutions to retain some independence from the state, and were thus able to continue to co-ordinate a level of opposition to Government policies. They resisted the regime’s efforts to intrude on ecclesiastical autonomy, but from the beginning, a minority of clergymen expressed broader reservations about the new order, and gradually their criticisms came to form a “coherent, systematic critique of many of the teachings of National Socialism”.13


14 Their example inspired some acts of overt resistance, such as that of the White Rose student group in Munich, and provided moral stimulus and guidance for various leading figures in the political Resistance.15 A third strand might be called the “unorganized resistance”: individual Germans or small groups of people acting in defiance of government policies or orders, or in ways seen as subversive of the Nazi system. Most notably, these included a significant number of Germans who helped Jews survive the Nazi Holocaust by hiding them, obtaining papers for them or in other ways aiding them. More than 300 Germans have been recognised for this.16 It also included, particularly in the later years of the regime, informal networks of young Germans who evaded serving in the Hitler Youth and defied the cultural policies of the Nazis in various ways.
commented 2018-08-14 22:29:10 -0400
Although Jews were the main target of Nazi hatred, they were not the only group persecuted. Other individuals and groups were considered “undesirable” and “enemies of the state.” Once the voices of political opponents were silenced, the Nazis stepped up their terror against other “outsiders.”

Like Jews, Roma (Gypsies) were targeted by the Nazis as “non-Aryans” and racial “inferiors.” Roma had been in Germany since the 1400s and had faced prejudice there for centuries. They had also been victims of official discrimination long before 1933. Under the Nazis, Romani (Gypsy) families in major cities were rounded up, fingerprinted and photographed, and forced to live in special camps under police guard.

Jehovah’s Witnesses, members of a small Christian group, were victimized not for reasons of race but because of their beliefs. Witnesses’ beliefs prohibited them from entering the army or showing obedience to any government by saluting the flag or, in Nazi Germany, raising their arms in the “Heil Hitler” salute. Soon after Hitler took power, Witnesses were sent to concentration camps. Those who remained at large lost their jobs, unemployment and social welfare benefits, and all civil rights. The Witnesses, nevertheless, continued to meet, to preach, and to distribute religious pamphlets.
commented 2018-08-14 22:25:36 -0400
Amy is under that same delusion that Nazis are right wing. Lefties keep saying so even when you show them Hitler’s own words. Can a person be any more obtuse and contrarian than that?
commented 2018-08-14 18:15:47 -0400
Andrew trump is not racist, the left has gone so far to he left they are off the chart. Criticism is not racism, wanting people to succeed is not racism. The abused welfare state is racism,
lowered expectations is racism, being offended on behalf of others is racism, keeping people poor is racism. Wake up.
commented 2018-08-14 18:12:34 -0400
Andrew Stephenson that is utter BS. And the Dems only use black as a mean to an end. Look at how they attack conservative blacks.
commented 2018-08-14 18:10:40 -0400
Amy Lynn i can give you a huge one CHRISTIANS!!!
commented 2018-08-14 16:44:24 -0400
I think Pierre didn’t go because he admired Hitler’s “basic dictatorship”.
commented 2018-08-14 16:41:10 -0400
Golly Amy, still can’t tell me why socialist Nazi hater Pierre Trudeau didn’t go to fight the Nazis?
commented 2018-08-14 16:07:01 -0400
Amy, Hitler attacked the Weimar Republic in his failed beer hall putsch of 1923. The Weimar Republic was headed by centre/right Chanellor Gustav Stresemann. Hitler had to attack communists first as they were his main competition for the lefty vote.
commented 2018-08-14 13:49:27 -0400
AMY LYNN commented 1 hour ago
Rightwingers have a difficult time naming one rightwing group Hitler attacked, yet I can provide a dozen left-wing groups he attacked.

Amy, The ordinairy middle of the road folks in Germany who opposed Hitler were called the REACTIONAIRIES….Here is the song composed by Horst Wessel…the SA brownshirt who got shot by a heroic communist pimp when he was playing Captain-Save-a-Ho… it was the anthem and hymn of the nazi movement

The reactionairies included those who wanted to restore the Kaiser and those who supported Paul Hindenberg

Raise the flag! The ranks tightly closed!
The SA marches with calm, steady step.
|: Comrades shot by the Red Front and reactionaries
March in spirit within our ranks. :|

Clear the streets for the brown battalions,
Clear the streets for the storm division!
|: Millions are looking upon the swastika full of hope,
The day of freedom and of bread dawns! :|

For the last time, the call to arms is sounded!
For the fight, we all stand prepared!
|: Already Hitler’s banners fly over all streets.
The time of bondage will last but a little while now! :|

Raise the flag! The ranks tightly closed!
The SA march with quiet, steady step.
|: Comrades shot by the Red Front and reactionaries,
March in spirit within our ranks. :|
commented 2018-08-14 13:24:39 -0400
“Hyacinth, to throw out a book title that neither of us has read to verify a quote is the dumbest thing ever.”

Wrong as always Troll Amy, those two books along with many others are sitting on my bookcases, you however just toss the BS and are well known for it. Nice try though, but unfortunately the more you open your mouth the more you prove you hardly know any history at all. I wager you could never nor have ever sat down and read a serious text no matter the topic that wasn’t a sound byte on some leftist site. But that is what you do, you come onto this site just to spam. Have at it, I have better things to do this afternoon than argue with a troll. Arguing with a troll is like playing chess with a pigeon, no matter how good you are the bird is going to shit on the board and strut about like it won anyway.
commented 2018-08-14 13:15:18 -0400
Hyacinth commented 5 hours ago
“Nice try but that is exactly the same as the leftard claim that the KKK is right wing (there is actual documented proof that it was born of the democrats). "

Being borne of the Democrats is meaningless – the Dems were the on the Right until about the mid-20th century, and the GOP were the bleeding-heart SJW liberals, which is basically how you’d describe the abolitionists. They flipped sometime after WWII, and even today the Dems are drifting left and the GOP right. (same phenomenon is apparent in the way the GOP were the abolitionists, but today very few Black people support them. Why? Because over time things have changed).

The KKK’s positions are fundamentally incompatible with the modern Left. The vague xenophobia and thinly disguised racism is definitely far closer to e.g., Trumpism.
commented 2018-08-14 13:07:26 -0400
“ron joseph commented 14 hours ago
Boy, did The Rebel sure missed the news today; it wasn’t last years march in the US, it was Maxine Bernier possibly making his move for Leader of one of the Center Right Parties.”

Bernier should just break away and form his own party. I can only think that splitting the ~35-40% of the vote the Right can manage would only benefit Canada, as it did provincially in their heartland of Alberta.
commented 2018-08-14 13:04:53 -0400
Hyacinth, to throw out a book title that neither of us has read to verify a quote is the dumbest thing ever. And since you didn’t read either book, where did you find this supposed (fake) quote of Churchill’s?
commented 2018-08-14 12:59:28 -0400
I gave you the title of the book to look it up for yourself Troll Amy but we all see that all you can do is go to your go to responses and BS some more, when you have squat you get rude. Oh by the way universities do NOT allow wiki to be used as a credible citation because anyone can change the entries. Lazy troll tsk tsk.
commented 2018-08-14 12:39:42 -0400
Rightwingers have a difficult time naming one rightwing group Hitler attacked, yet I can provide a dozen left-wing groups he attacked.

Hitler/Nazism = RIGHTWING

The Nazis were fascists. Indisputably. They drew their ideology from Italy’s fascists, who arose in reaction to the Left. Mussolini gave us the first fascist platform – national/racial superiority, rearmament & expansion, and consolidation of capital.
commented 2018-08-14 11:59:00 -0400
Nobody needs a Fiesta. Come to think of it, who would want one?
commented 2018-08-14 11:56:23 -0400
Anybody notice the terrorist attack in London? The perp used a Ford Fiesta. I know Sadiq Kahn and Mayor John Lefty have said this is just all part of big city life, but something must be done. If we can save just one life, this is a “discussion worth having”. Clearly, it is time not only to ban assault vans, but also assault Fiestas, only the police and military should have these WMDs.
commented 2018-08-14 11:22:57 -0400
Wrong 2020 racists marched .
commented 2018-08-14 11:22:43 -0400
What’s in a name. Does it really matter if the armed soldier on the street corner asking you for your papers calls himself a fascist or a communist?
commented 2018-08-14 10:59:15 -0400
Lefties and Nazis go hand in hand.