Grit, Tory; same story

19 Jan

11 responses to “Grit, Tory; same story

  1. Will S.

    January 19, 2021 at 8:51 pm

    TL;DR: Tory MP Derek Sloan received a $141Cdn donation from a ‘controversial’ anti-immigration activist when he ran for the leadership; this has been leaked, and so Erin Spineless O’Toole is seeking to give him the boot over this.

    I hope he does.

    And that Sloan joins the PPC. 🙂

  2. electricangel

    January 19, 2021 at 9:57 pm

    It’s kinda fun to watch country with competitive political parties. Go PPC! Cancel culture will continue until the people who advocate it pay a price. We need a list of people who are canceled for trying to cancel others.

    • Will S.

      January 19, 2021 at 11:41 pm

      I pray the PPC becomes more competitive next election, by staying true to themselves. They did dismally last election, but I think if enough Canadians are fed up with both the Tories and the Grits, they could gain strength. We’ll see!

  3. Gerry T. Neal

    January 19, 2021 at 11:49 pm

    It is rather amusing watching Erin O’Toole go insane over Derek Sloane having accepted a donation “from” Frederick P. Fromm. I, however, have donated “to” the Canadian Association for Free Expression, the Citizens for Foreign-Aid Reform (C-FAR), and the Canada First Immigration Reform Committees, all of which were founded and are directed by the aforementioned Frederick P. Fromm who usually goes by his middle name Paul. Does this mean the Conservative Party of Canada will stop e-mailing me and soliciting me for funds on a daily basis?

    I have known Paul Fromm personally for decades, by the way. I am also aware that contrary to what the publisher of the Western Standard maintained in his National Post column for today, every prominent small-c conservative in Canada who was already active in the 1980s and 1990s could say the same if they had the backbone and integrity to do so. I have never known him to be the person the mainstream media makes him out to be, however, and whom the same yellow-bellied, cowardly, small-c conservatives echo the mainstream media in denouncing him for being, even though they all know better. Paul calls himself a “white nationalist” now. I would never do the same, since I see God’s appointed monarch as the proper object of political allegiance rather than the people, conceived of either as race or nation, but the impression I have always gotten from Paul is that by “white nationalist” he means something along the lines of “advocate for the civil rights and liberties of white people in an age when they are under attack” rather than what the mainstream media and mainstream conservatives take it to mean, and I don’t have a problem with that. When the others who along with Paul founded the Edmund Burke Society back in the 1970s as an anti-communist, conservative movement in academe to counter the SDS, turned it into the neo-fascist Western Guard, Paul resigned out of principle, and the stigma the MSM have attached to him is of the guilt-by-association type, because he, along with lawyer Doug Christie and columnist Doug Collins, were the few who were actively fighting for free speech against Pierre Trudeau’s hate laws in the early days when only holocaust revisionists, Nazi sympathizers, and the like were being targeted by these laws. What that really means, of course, is that these men were the few who passed the true test of commitment to freedom of speech.

    • Will S.

      January 19, 2021 at 11:56 pm

      Thanks Gerry! Yes, I had figured Paul Fromm was not who they were claiming he was, that he was merely an early dissident on immigration, etc.

      Perhaps if you let them know that you donated to him, they’ll stop harassing you. 😉

  4. feeriker

    January 20, 2021 at 12:50 am

    I foresee fake conservatives all across the Anglosphere getting a very ugly and very well derserved comeuppance very shortly. We’re talking a comeuppance of the “tar, feathers, and hemp” variety, just for starters.

  5. fuzziewuzziebear

    January 20, 2021 at 7:14 am

    I had hope for Erin O’Toole when he replaced Andrew Scheer. Then, he was humble enough to talk to Rebel News. I don’t think he does now. It does have to boil down to one conservative party and that has to be led by someone with a spine.

    • Will S.

      January 20, 2021 at 1:11 pm

      No, O’Toole is now afraid to be seen having anything to do with Rebel News now.

      The PPC needs to rise; the CPC needs to die.

  6. RICanuck

    January 20, 2021 at 10:30 am

    Found the background info, from Asia Times (Chinese censors approved) :…/invoke-magnitsky-on-china-says…/
    Key quote:
    “O’Toole is considered an extremist, vowing to undo everything Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has done during his government, while Sloan attacked Canada’s chief public health officer, Dr. Theresa Tam, merely for being Asian.”

    I think the Chinese hacked the CPC donor lists, and are using AI to get O’Toole to target fellow conservatives. Sooner or later, it will be O’Toole’s turn


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