June 30, 2016

Canadian media BLACKOUT on refugee mayhem at NB school (and see who DIDN'T return my calls)

Faith GoldyArchive

This week, in a series of videos, I’ve been sharing details surrounding a story we’ve uncovered out of Fredericton High School in New Brunswick.

After receiving a tip -- alleging Syrian migrant men in their twenties are attending a Canadian school, hitting on fourteen-year old girls, and demonstrating aggression towards their younger male peers -- we filed a freedom of information request.

We received over 2700 pages of teacher email interactions, student surveys, and relevant staff materials from Fredericton High School.  

WATCH as I reveal the story so far, in the words of teachers themselves.

As part of my investigation, I also reached out to the principal at Fredericton High, along with the vice principal, and the name that came up the most on the emails — the head of international Students at the school. I’ll show you what happened when I tried to call her.

I also contacted the Liberal MP for Fredericton. He never got back to me.

It’s been four days since we first aired our story. We’ve begged our friends in the mainstream media to school us before tonight’s show. These are organizations with hundreds, if not thousands of employees — many, with resources right there on the ground in Fredericton.

As of this evening, not a single Canadian media organization picked up our story.

We did make international headlines though. Outlets in the US picked up our story, it even made the country’s biggest news aggregator, Drudge Report. That’s because the news about migrant hell being unleashed in a north American school IS a story.

Even if the Canadian media refuse to acknowledge it.

As we await Fredericton High School’s NEXT batch of documents — which they’ve promised us —my only question is this: without media coverage and political attention, how much worse will life get for the students inside the walls of this Canadian school before something gets done?

And will other schools suffer the same fate? 

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commented 2016-07-01 03:47:32 -0400
I agree with some regarding this article that it will be only a matter of time before parents get fed up and remove their children from institutional indoctrination and homeschool. My twins are heading into high school in September. I will keep watch for shenanigans of this nature and will not be afraid to stand up against such vile behaviour. I already homeschool one child with special needs, and I will not have a problem doing so for my other children.

I also agree with being armed and ready for our home against Islamization.
commented 2016-07-01 03:46:51 -0400
It’s up to the parents to demand this dangerously absurd situation be changed. If they have to pull their kids from school and arrange co-op schooling, then that’s what they need to do. If they have to book off a day from work to storm the school and demand changed, then that’s what they have to do. Later will be too late. The parents are behaving like good Germans during ww2 by doing nothing. In the meantime this is criminal negligence on the part of the parents as much as it is the schools and the ridiculously stupid politicians creating this mess. The meek shall not inherit the earth, they’ll be herded into compliance and loss of autonomy because it’s so easy to do that to them.
commented 2016-07-01 02:42:59 -0400
Sound advice Lee. I would also encourage Christian students to carry a bible and start a prayer group. What’s good for the goose-and I’m not being sarcastic for a change.
commented 2016-07-01 02:12:56 -0400
As someone who was educated in New Brunswick, my advice to next year’s FHS students follows:
Go back in September and do all the things you (and your parents before you) have always done. Mix and mingle as much as you want. Push the dress code to the limit. Hold hands. If you got ‘em, smoke ’em. Eat pork and shellfish. Feel free to wear your crucifix or star of David. Make friends with everybody who wants to be friends. Have fun. Respect each other. Get along. And most importantly, don’t let yourself become distracted from the main purpose of attending school, which is to LEARN.
The best way to ensure that you never have to take back your country is to make sure that nobody takes it away from you in the first place.
commented 2016-07-01 02:08:29 -0400
We don’t hear about it in the MSM because they can’t blame Harper for it. In fact Harper wanted to bring in the Christians and other minorities first but Trudeau said that would be discusting. Well what do you call this? I guess Muslim boys will be Muslim boys so we should just get used to it. Should have stuck with the Christians. Talk about a ship of fools.
commented 2016-07-01 01:17:46 -0400
I realize the Rebel must live behind a pay wall, I do think in the course of its reporting, there are stories that need to reach the widest audience as soon as possible. I have to echo some of the comments proceeding, this is such a story.

I fully realize that the Rebel cannot afford to do this often, I hope for the day where this is not the case.
commented 2016-07-01 01:11:41 -0400
Just imagine the months of intensive coverage in the mainstream press if white men were doing this.
commented 2016-07-01 01:00:59 -0400
Chris Pelley-Moore – Thank you for giving this a try, giving the MSM a chance to do the right thing. Most news media is privately owned, they have the right to present whatever news they want for the consumption of their viewing audience. It certainly shows what values they have, when the protection of our children is not even worth a mention. The misinformation Bureau, (alias cbc) is in a different camp. It is reported to be a public broadcaster. A public broadcaster except in a non-democratic country should be serving the needs of all its citizens. This is not the case of our public broadcaster.
commented 2016-07-01 01:00:09 -0400
Peter Toth. It’s not just in Canada, it’s a world wide epidemic. The MSM are outright Orwellian.
commented 2016-07-01 00:57:35 -0400
Janet Smith, I hate to break the news to you but in the 2015 election 25% of the votes in New Brunswick went to Conservative candidates, and unfortunately this translated into 0 seats. Also, in the 2014 provincial election, they elected 22 Conservatives to the 49-seat Legislature. That’s a hell of a lot less than “100% Liberal.”
Democracy is not perfect. Please, let’s not dismiss the very significant minority that want nothing to do with Liberals.
commented 2016-07-01 00:53:52 -0400
My opinions are Faith-based. Great work this week. #BasedFaith
  • And team.
commented 2016-07-01 00:49:33 -0400
Nothing to see here folks, the so called real journalists the trolls like to talk about will not report this. Of course if someone called a Muslim a name they would suddenly spring into action and that would be the most important story ever.
commented 2016-07-01 00:48:02 -0400
Journalistic malpractice! The media in Canada is no longer to be trusted, in any way any more. They are merely an echo chamber for the Trudeau Liberals. Independent and investigative news media is dead in Canada. With the lone exception of The Rebel.
commented 2016-07-01 00:44:43 -0400
Thank you Faith, for bringing all of this important information out in the open. Keep up your great work, your heart is definitely in the right place.
commented 2016-07-01 00:33:08 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM: 31,234 Attacks, 197,921 Killed, 278,001 Injured.
commented 2016-07-01 00:28:17 -0400
Isn’t it apparent?

Would you be pissed off if your competitor was subsidized with billions by the Canadian goobmint ? Would you say something? I sure would.
So why is the media party so quiet on this matter??
That’s why all the news outlets write the same stories with the same opinions – ALL THE TIME!!!!!
commented 2016-07-01 00:08:50 -0400
This show should be free so people can freely share this and get the word out.

None of what is unfolding is surprising.

When McCallum was trying to sell the fact that the mass majority of migrants don’t speak English or French that were to be moved into NB as a good thing, one just knew it couldn’t be a good thing.

The people in the Maritimes voted for this and voting 100% Liberal means they have no one to carry any of these issues into Parliament for them.

The blinders need to come off and people need to open their eyes to the fact that importing a culture that doesn’t integrate but actually dominates and takes over thru aggression and intimidation is not a good thing.

With Sharia there are no women’s rights, no children’s rights, no animal rights , no rights for other religions and no gay rights. All of these things fly in the face of Canadian values.

Letting men prey on children is disgusting.

The sooner people chuck political correctness in the garbage the better.
commented 2016-06-30 23:51:03 -0400
@dale Warren

A paywall is blackout lite.

This story will die just like the Halifax one did because Rebel is more interested in pimping Premium
then actually getting it out for ALL to see and people who do see it are prevented from sharing it.

I’m sure Rebel will also hold onto the bulk of the documents of well instead of doing a dump
on the internet.

They are just as guilty as the mainstream media in my eyes.
commented 2016-06-30 23:39:51 -0400
Excellent report Faith & shame on the MSM for not doing their job as usual. It’s no surprise though but a damn shame they would sooner protect these punks than stick up for our Canadian students & teachers. At least the NB media should be opening their mouth about what’s going on. Makes me so angry how they cater to them with the prayer rooms but the Lord’s Prayer has to be scrubbed. I am so glad you are calling them out & don’t stop. I have not heard one thing about this on CJOB in Wpg. I am emailing this to others, so the word can be spread.
commented 2016-06-30 23:34:15 -0400
I for one am perfectly comfortable living on the unfashionable side of the political correctness firewall.
Wouldn’t have it any other way.

Happy Dominion Day, everybody.
commented 2016-06-30 23:18:27 -0400
Geez Faith. Are you as upset and frustrated as 60% of Canada. Well you’re doing something about it. I wish I could but I’m just a welder, trying to hold up the backbone. I’m sure if my 21 yr old son was enrolled in grade 10 he’d be uncontrollable as well. It’s not so much schematics as it is logistics. Short sightedness. I think Justin needs glasses. (Oh that can’t be corrected?) I prescribe an institution for the special needs
commented 2016-06-30 22:58:38 -0400
Stockholm Syndrome has come to the Maritimes . . . as the so-called Canadian Media diddles.
This is going to get worse going forward . . . remember to thank Justin and the Lieberal party of Canada.
commented 2016-06-30 22:29:06 -0400
this is what Liberal supporters voted for when they voted Liberal in the last election, rather they knew it or not.
commented 2016-06-30 22:22:27 -0400
Good work Faith. It is amazing to me that adult Muslims are being admitted to Canadian high schools. I mean what could go wrong.
commented 2016-06-30 22:20:45 -0400
I believe that this horrible problem, across Europe and now showing up in Canada, will only stop, and sanity and sensibility return to our Canadian culture, when Canadians recognize that those ultimately and personally responsible for this growing disaster are the Leaders of the Canadian organizations directly involved. These leaders are specifically the Canadian Prime Minister and his Cabinet, the Premiers of many of the Provinces, in particular New Brunswick, Mayors of the involved Municipalities and the Chair of the effected School Divisions. They have the ultimate authority and resources to stop the horrible actions taking place which will surely threaten our Culture, and then to implement and enforce appropriate corrections. Shockingly, it seems that these people have no integrity or intelligence or sense of personal accountability. Not taking assertive action and simply ignoring the impending and current disasters just contributes to and greatly reinforces the serious problems. But we can’t simply direct the blame at the bureaucrat. Somehow the real leaders need to be held personally and publicly accountable. But a key problem is, who will ever do this?
commented 2016-06-30 21:58:24 -0400
Fredericton High School and the Liberal MP office for DeCourcey have gone into communication lock down. Hopefully the parents of the students will come forward with what is happening at Fredericton High School.
commented 2016-06-30 21:53:25 -0400
I contacted CBC Fredericton and CTV News Atlantic about this today. CBC knows about it and claims to be preparing a story, but “doesn’t have enough to go on”, or so a very rude gentleman told me. CTV claims to not have heard of it, but seemed appreciative of the tip. I guess we’ll see what happens.
commented 2016-06-30 21:46:23 -0400
MP . . . this is NOT the CBC . . . they didn’t get the “Free Justin Ride” !
commented 2016-06-30 21:22:57 -0400
Hiding the bulk of this story behind a paywall isn’t going to help the situation.