Has the rise of the far-right in Canada been exaggerated?
Was the recent Simpsons episode about Canada offensive? Was it even funny? And, finally, the mainstream media seems to be paying attention to the rising threat of white terrorism in Canada.
A tweet from a CBC reporter got picked up and taken out of context
Letter to U of T Alumni Association describes the former Rebel personality as a “prominent writer and commentator in the white nationalist movement.”
The Globe and Mail expands into less, alt-right women are tired of the misogyny of alt-right men and a prominent Canadian liberal looks awfully silly on Fox News.
Less than a week after BuzzFeed revealed ties between Milo Yiannopoulos and prominent white nationalists and neo-Nazis, Rebel Media was still happy to host the “really intelligent and insightful person.”
Some unsolicited advice for This American Life. And the Globe and Mail launches a project to teach kids about media manipulation… through media manipulation.
Laura Loomer, best known for her Shakespeare in the Park disruption, says she was asked to stop following around Hillary Clinton.
“I miss Ezra already,” she says.
Ezra Levant attempts to distance his far right website The Rebel from the alt-right, claiming he’s just learned that the movement is for racists. And a long strike at Nova Scotia’s largest newspaper ends, as some seriously shitty journalistic practices by replacement workers come to light.
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