Eyewitnesses to Muslims chanting Heil Hitler at Jews say media, Calgary Police also heard them discuss raping women

Last summer I exposed Calgary Herald reporter Erika Stark refusing to report on Muslim men chanting Heil Hitler at Jews during a rally organized by Ezra Levant (see here) and even though it was widely covered by online websites and the Times of Israel (see here), not a single Canadian news organization would touch it. But it gets even worse.

Two eyewitnesses have now told me that these same Heil Hitler chanters also discussed raping women and that the Calgary Police and media in attendance would have heard it just like the Hitler taunts:

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Now ask yourself what else the media and Calgary Police are covering-up – scary thought isn’t it?

Update: Not only has a 3rd person come forward to verify this happening, he says the Calgary Police recorded it all

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HuffPost’s Althia Raj runs libellous statement against ex-candidate from anon Liberal official

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The Liberal Party didn’t care for Varinder Bhullar accusing them of pulling his candidacy in favour of a preferred candidate:

“Once they couldn’t bribe or threaten me out, they tried to bully me out by convincing the local board to kick me out of the race. It was dirty tricks. I said that a nomination race was the best way to go,” he said. (see here)

So they gave a call to one of their Media Party shills, Huffington Post’s Althia Raj to get back at him:

“The man cheated. He was caught. And it was a pretty flagrant violation,” a Liberal party official said, insisting on anonymity. (see here)

It’s not even remotely ethical for Raj to run a libellous statement under the condition of anonymity.

I would certainly be launching a lawsuit against Raj and the Huffing Post if I was Bullar – let’s see what he does.

My official complaint filed against Global News’ Tom Clark

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I have sent the following complaint to Troy Reeb, Senior Vice President of News for all Shaw Media:

In the aftermath of the recent Paris tragedy, a popular myth quickly spread that the Conservative Party was seeking to raise funds by exploiting the episode into some sort of broader narrative about the Prime Minister’s foreign policy leadership. It was observed that the Conservative Party website featured a “donate” button above an infographic featuring a quote from Prime Minister Harper in reaction to the tragedy. At 8:26 PM on January 8, Global News Chief Political Correspondent Tom Clark contributed to this gossip by tweeting that the “Conservatives [are] using the Paris massacre to raise money” and that such action “takes some sort of cold blood.” (see attached)

However, as this CBC story http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/donate-button-deleted-on-harper-and-trudeau-anti-terrorism-message-1.2895753 reveals, the “donate” button in question was simply a permanent fixture on the Conservative website, present on every page, regardless of content. Any attempt to portray the Conservatives as seeking to “raise money” from the Paris tragedy thus required a great deal of ignorance regarding how campaign websites work, or indeed, a lack of even cursory research to understand the structure of the Conservative site in particular.

For his part in helping spread this ugly misinformation at the expense of the Conservative Party’s reputation, I believe Tom Clark must offer an official retraction of his January 8 comments.

Thank you
Dean Skoreyko

Trudeau breaks helmet law riding snowmobile in Inuvik?


In a series of publicity photos taken by Liberal leader Justin Trudeau’s personal photographer while Trudeau was in Inuvik, were a few showing Trudeau and his son riding a snowmobile:

Justin and Xavier go snowmobiling in Inuvik. January 10, 2015 (see here)

But what caught my attention was although his son is wearing a helmet, Trudeau himself does not so I did a little digging and found this:


The operator of, and any passenger being carried or towed by an all-terrain vehicle
within the town, shall at al times wear a protective CSA approved helmet when the
all-terrain vehicle is in motion.

And there’s also a matter of having a proper license:

No person shall operate an all-terrain vehicle on a highway, or in any other public place within the town, unless such person holds a valid Town of Inuvik All-Terrain Vehicle Operator’s Permit or a valid drivers’ permit issued by the Registrar of Motor Vehicles. (see here)

You’ll remember the Media Party going ape when PM Stephen Harper went for an ATV ride (see here) so there’s no way they will let this slide, right?

Danielle Smith lying about being offered cabinet seat by Prentice?


Danielle Smith is having a hard time keeping her stories straight on not only the timeline of her treachery:

Prentice said he didn’t know Danielle Smith would be crossing until last week when he met her at the Fairmont Hotel Macdonald in Edmonton. But he was aware of inquiries from the Wildrose coming to his chief of staff “about five weeks ago” — after two Wildrose MLAs, Kerry Towle and Ian Donovan, had already crossed the floor.

For her part, Smith has said discussions had been going on for months, starting soon after her party lost all four byelections Oct. 27. (see here)

But also what promises were made behind closed doors with the Alberta PCs:

Smith said she asked Prentice for a cabinet position but doesn’t know if Prentice will give it to her. (see here)

Which contradicts what she told Sun’s Ezra Levant:

I’m getting no perk out of the deal. I’ve told the premier I’m prepared to play a meaningful role in this government as have the other eight but that’s the prerogative of the premier. (watch here apx 3:30 mark)

Also, check out Smith’s bizarre eye twitching that starts at the same time – her body betraying her just like she did Wildrose supporters.


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