July 03, 2018

(WATCH) Jill Colton: Leftists think my baby's a "white male oppressor"

Rebel Staff

Since becoming a mother, Jill Colton has become increasingly aware of how sick modern liberalism has become. They don't see a beautiful baby boy when they look at her son. They see a white male oppressor. 

WATCH Jill's video to see what the left hates about baby boys and why she doesn't want to send her son to a public school in Toronto.

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commented 2018-07-05 05:03:53 -0400
I appreciate all of the feedback on this question, which seems to confirm that raising a youngster in a “traditional values” community anywhere in Canada is a real challenge nowadays… Which is a really a sad commentary on the state of our “Dominion” now… We have been ripped apart, denigrated, subverted, and told to squash traditional values more and more since the 1970s, with the results all too evident for anyone who will see… America seems to have turned the corner to reverting to traditional values and asking some profound basic questions as to where they stand… Canada, unfortunately, is in a state of moral chaos…
commented 2018-07-04 15:59:42 -0400
You might try east of Toronto Jill, we just voted in a conservative Mpp, not sure about the schools but they might be worth checking out.
commented 2018-07-04 15:53:41 -0400
Trail BC. We make things, actual things like zinc, gold and silver; we provide top-notch health care and some really bright high school graduates; we hunt, fish, camp, hike, ski, swim, play hockey soccer, basketball, and baseball and generally enjoy being active. Masculinity is not a problem…nor is femininity. Just don’t get in front of us on a powder day…
commented 2018-07-04 15:34:28 -0400
Rural Saskatchewan. Just pick a town, and go. Remember one red paper clip? That’s where he ended up. We’re still conservative out here, and your son can grow up in a farming community (which is way cooler than the socialist campus that Toronto has become). Plus: Corner Gas!
commented 2018-07-04 11:12:19 -0400
Good idea. Get out of there. But it won’t cure the cancer that is liberalism.
commented 2018-07-04 10:27:29 -0400
Andy , a lot of those draft dodgers went to the Okanagan as well. The apple orchards were full of them.
commented 2018-07-04 10:23:21 -0400
I am worried for boys growing up today. If you send them to public school they will be emasculated and full of white male guilt by grade 5. Don’t do it. We need to bring up good men not geldings. Not fair to them not fair to society. We will all suffer for it.
commented 2018-07-04 10:20:28 -0400
Justin has destroyed so much industry in Canada that many previously small towns are rather depressed, and will only fall deeper under this government. Still, I would stay away from any large city and no way would I send my kids to public school. B.C.‘s sex -ed is as bad as Ontario’s, and I wouldn’t doubt their math scores compared also.

I was going to say the Niagara Peninsula as a possibility, but it has been years since I have been there. Even many small towns north of Toronto are no good anymore. Sask. is still a working province, maybe a nice small town there would be a good place to bring up kids.

Toronto is bad, agreed, but Vancouver is painfully bad. Sadly most Canadian cities are uninhabitable now, unless you are very well off and can live in some gated area. That’s thanks to Justin.
commented 2018-07-04 10:15:48 -0400
Nelson is where NOT to raise your kids. Its like another country. It is a seriously disturbed place in my opinion. I have spent more time there than I wanted to. Full of vegetables, zombies and unctuous silly people. Ridiculous old hippies and equally stoned out youth, pan handlers and mentally ill wandering the streets. Its the prettiest little town around though, lovely architecture and scenery. Other than the tourist shops nobody works there. It probably has the highest pop. on unemployment and welfare than anywhere, because the entire town is full of lay abouts. I have worked there for a short stint and it was like working in a mental institution. The residents call it ‘laid back and friendly’.
commented 2018-07-04 03:51:33 -0400
I stumbled onto Jill’s channel a few weeks ago when I did a search for Faith Goldy. I am almost done watching all of Jill’s videos.

Any chance Ezra could consider hiring Jill? She would be a good addition to the rebel. Besides, the rebel seems to be short on Canadian contributors at this time.
commented 2018-07-04 02:56:15 -0400
As for the question of where to dwell in the B.C. interior to find a “normal values” life for your kids…It seems to be a “one valley over” reality… Nelson B.C. is a leftie town in the interior that has been “left” since the 60s when it was flooded with Vietnam War draft dodgers from the US… Sort of like Bear River in Nova Scotia… And it has always been popular with retiring socialist profs from both sides of the border since then.. Yet on the west slope of the Purcells we have towns like Creston where people live traditional lives and brew some damn fine beer for the rest of us… Not all of B.C. is “left coast” although at times it seems to be so…
commented 2018-07-04 02:44:28 -0400
And I would say “ditto” for London which has an obvious left cant and the local newspaper supporting that being so… Kitchener-Waterloo on the other hand probably still has vestiges of residents when it had a “Lutheran” university in its boundaries?… My real disappointment is the Niagara Peninsula which had a lot of post-war immigrants in the 50s, 60s, and 70s. who did remember their “escape from communism” heritage… Their children seem to have deliberately forgotten that for whatever reason…
commented 2018-07-04 02:32:25 -0400
If Guelph is “good” how come they just elected the first “Greenie” to the Ontario Legislature? Guelph has alway been a “university town” and anything that goes along with it..
commented 2018-07-03 22:51:05 -0400
Well, if you’re trying to stay close to TO, Whitby (also known as White-by) is good. Brooklin to the north of Whitby. Guelph is good.
commented 2018-07-03 20:17:06 -0400
Liberalism is a mental illness.
commented 2018-07-03 18:42:12 -0400 · Flag
That’s an interesting question you pose Jill Colton…. If you are staying in Ontario then the obvious answer is “any place but the major urban centres” which are the hotbeds of “new math” and “leftie indoctrination”… The closest that comes to mind is Barrie where traditional values still prevail… I would say to stay out of most maritime provinces where the “welfare mentality” prevails… But parts of Newfoundland still breed people of independent thought and self-reliance.. I have no ideas regarding Manitoba or Saskatchewan, but once again, outside of urban centres, they prefer conservative thought… Alberta has many good choices, again avoiding “the government owes me a job” Edmonton… As for British Columbia, everybody knows that beautiful scenery doesn’t guarantee traditional values… South Vancouver Island is home to the largest concentration of dope smokers and eco-nuts in Canada… Ditto the Lower Mainland… But interior and northern B.C. offers some good possibilities… As I said, an “interesting” question…
commented 2018-07-03 14:44:14 -0400
The Leftist snowflakes are terrified that a baby boy might grow up to be a MAN, not a sniveling soyboy. That’s a risk they’re not prepared to take.