Syrian migrant men in their twenties — some with full beards — are being dumped into classrooms at Fredericton High School, next to Canadian schoolgirls as young as 14.
And the results are what you’d expect.
Sexual harassment. Bullying. Picking on the Jewish kids. Threatening and swearing at teachers. Talking about terrorist weapons, like rocket propelled grenades.
Demanding that men and women be separated, sharia style. Refusing to speak English.
It goes on and on.
I know this, because we received a confidential tip from a parent, who couldn’t get anyone in New Brunswick to help. The media, the police, the politicians — everybody is petrified of being called “racist” for even mentioning the disaster that has come from putting unassimilated Muslim migrant men right into our schools.
Everyone’s afraid to talk about what was happening at Fredericton High — except us. So we filed an access to information request to the school.
And they sent us over 2,700 documents covering every aspect of the fiasco. CLICK HERE to see them all.
(UPDATE: David Akin wrote about our investigation in the Toronto Sun on July 1, and hat-tipped the Rebel. This is the first time a Canadian media outlet has reported on this disturbing story since we broke it last week.)
Watch my videos below to find out what we found...
Faith Goldy's full report on the refugee mayhem in New Brunswick schools.
Thousands of internal emails reveal what happened when Syrian refugees were foisted onto one New Brunswick school.
Faith Goldy digs deeper into documents from one New Brunswick public school trying to accommodate "Syrian refugees."
In Part Two of a weeklong investigation, Faith shares more revelations from internals New Brunswick school documents obtained through an Access to Information request. They reveal teachers concerns about behaviour of 'refugee' students, some as old as 22.
After my investigation into reports that migrant children in Nova Scotia were bullying other students, TheRebel.media set up a tip line -- firstname.lastname@example.org -- for parents whose children were also being bullied.