June 04, 2017

Star Trek license plate triggers Manitoba Government

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On Friday's show, I interviewed the JCCF's John Carpay about the Manitoba government revoking a man's vanity license plate.

All the license plate said was "assimill8" (a reference to the Borg from Star Trek). But the Manitoba government thought it was offensive towards Natives, even though the only people who cared were white SJWs.

WATCH my interview to see how this isn't the only time a government has lost its mind over a license plate. 

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commented 2017-06-05 09:40:54 -0400
“assimill8” – they are reserving this licence plate tag for junior Trudeau!
commented 2017-06-05 01:49:51 -0400
Andrew…..perhaps the Rebel should stop letting you post.
commented 2017-06-04 21:19:34 -0400
Great interview, Ezra! Always enjoy listening to what John Carpay has to say. Will check out his YouTube video.
commented 2017-06-04 19:05:34 -0400
I went to school in the 70’s with a fellow whose parents probably didn’t realize what his name would sound like using the short form of his first name, spoken quickly with his last name. Put this name on a license plate and watch the SJWs explode… His name was Michael Hunt.
commented 2017-06-04 18:30:59 -0400
Maybe MPI should just stop issuing custom plates.
commented 2017-06-04 17:00:09 -0400
You will be assimilated. Assimilation is our strength. Resistance is futile.
commented 2017-06-04 12:37:33 -0400
Cultural Marxism(Marxists) have turn our government into an unreliable schizoid leviathan like a bull driven mad by picador spikes, it rages blindly at any target Marxists wave a red flag in front of, regardless how small or petty. Similarly, cultural Marxism percolating down into the public has turned many of them into foaming schizophrenics seeing demons under every rock and shadow – it really is sad to witness – this intolerant schizophrenic ideology is like a virus that destroys the victims reason sense of perspective, grasp of reality and civility.
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