Al Quds Day, the holiday created by Iran’s Ayatollah Khomenei calling for the end of the state of Israel, has now become a global day to call for the genocide of Jews, so I attended the event in Calgary.
These Al Quds Day protests are sick but instead of standing with the Israel supporting counter-protesters, I watched and documented on the Al Quds side to show you what these people are all about.
Watch as I share footage from the inside of one of these protests and show some of the social justice warrior speakers as they compare Jews to Nazis, and more.
Meanwhile, the Jews did what they always do when they’re not getting beaten up by radicals — they sang and danced, then left to observe Shabbat.
Overall, the event was peaceful this year and the police did a good job of keeping any problems at bay.
Fortunately, this isn’t Tehran so these people are free to say what they want within the law and while I might think what they have to say is disgusting, in Canada they’re allowed to say it.
Consider that I did disguise myself to film these speeches though, wearing a baseball cap and removing my Rebel branded mic flash, remembering the violence that erupted in 2014.
Do you think they would have allowed me to report on what they were saying if they had recognized me and knew who I worked for?
Probably not, because I’m not a genocide-rally apologist like the rest of the mainstream media, so I’ll keep exposing their hate.