Gay Hypocrisy at Toronto City Hall


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The debate is about to begin

 

 

It was a gruelling experience – stuck for over eight hours with a bunch of mad lefties in a poorly ventilated City Hall committee room and forced to listen to their inane ramblings. Unfortunately, there was no other choice, it was May 24, the day they scheduled the debate over the report to the Toronto City Council about Queers Against Israeli Apartheid (QuAIA).

The “progressives” and the activists of the “queer community” confronted the Jews and other people who didn’t like anti-Semitism.

So many signed up to make their points that Mayor Rob Ford had to cut the time of the presentations from 5 to 4 minutes. The issues to be discussed were whether the expression “Israeli apartheid” should be considered discriminatory and whether the gay parade must be denied funding if they allow QuAIA to take part in this year’s events.

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Mayor Rob Ford and Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti

 

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JDL bonding with the Trans Community (... or maybe not)

 

The opponents of that sinister anti-Semitic organization included university professors, lawyers, professionals, a representative of CJC, JDL’s Director Meir Weinstein, the Jewish organization Kulanu and many other people.

The common thread in all of their speeches was the absurdity of the term “Israeli apartheid”. Speaker after speaker emphasized that there is no separation by ethnic or any other principle in Israel. The hospitals treat equally Jews, Arabs, and Christians. All parks and other public places are used equally by everybody, while the Arab countries, which QuAIA supports, discriminate against non-Muslims, and especially Jews.

The Arabs in Israel can vote and even elect their own parties, there are Arab members of the Knesset. They can serve in the army, hold government positions and serve as judges in Israeli courts.

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A rare specimen of York University professor, who is not an insane lefty

 

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The points the professor made

 

Many facts were presented that while the gay movement accepts QuAIA, it ignores the plight of the homosexuals in the Arab countries, where they are discriminated, mutilated and killed. They have never been given any rights in those countries, while in Israel they are guaranteed full protection under the law. Israel even has two gay parades every year – in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.

QuAIA is anti-Semitic in its nature – although they state they are anti-Zionist, they actively support the BDS movement, whose purpose is to destroy the Israeli economy through boycott and sabotage. The final goal of BDS is bring an economic collapse to the Jewish state, destroying it politically.

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Meir Weinstein discusses the QuAIA's links with the BDS movement

 

One of the presenters even showed pictures from the last year’s parade showing people from QuAIA having swastikas on their shirts.

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The evidence of swastikas used at the last year's parade

 

All of those speakers were very articulate and logical.

Unfortunately, that’s not a statement I can apply to the other side. The lefty menagerie wasn’t completely in touch with reality. Instead of logic, you could see only emotions, divided into two distinct styles of presentation – the sob story and the militant Jew-hatred.

The sob story people chose to ignore QuAIA and concentrated on how heartless it would be to defund the gay parade. The militants went into a direct attack against the Jews, spewing lies with the hope that nobody would have the time to verify their statements.

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The Mayor's patience is running out...

 

Representative of the first group was a young man, who managed the volunteers at the parade. His point was that if there is no city money, many young people would never be able to get their volunteering experience at the gay parade. He didn’t mention QuAIA at all. Well, young men, women and unidentified, why don’t you get an experience by getting some REAL jobs?

Then we had that wacky Arab girl, who said that when Desmond Tutu visited Israel he said that the apartheid situation was ten times worse than in South Africa during the “real apartheid”. The statement caused a hearty laugh in the audience, but that’s the beauty of public presentation – nobody can check on
your statements. Is Tutu that senile now?

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"I wish I was someplace else..."

 

In a class of her own was an elderly woman, who was representing an organization of parents of gay youth. She had the looks of the proverbial “sweet old lady”, but there was nothing sweet about her views. She chastised the Mayor that since he signed recently some kind of a proclamation (no idea what that is) he should support the gay parade. According to her, many young gays, when “coming out” are ostracized by their families. So during the parade, her organization provides meals to them in a family environment to make them feel good.

My question to the sweet old lady is why do you do that only during the parade at taxpayer’s expense? You can do that all year long with your own money or through any gay charity. And of course, she didn’t mention QuAIA at all. Here is another question: if the young gays are so dear to her heart, why doesn’t she have the same feelings for the Jews? After all, organizations like QuAIA, which demonize Israel, provide the hate justification for anti-Semitism (currently in Europe, but soon to come to Canada).

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Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam, the staunchest supporter of the QuAIA insanity

 

Another one in the class of the shameless liars was Ms. Moore (in the picture with the Gaza boat t-shirt). In the beginning of her statement she stated that she represented 6,000 people from the Ryerson University student union (a hotbed of lefty wackos , which I had the misfortune to observe). Right after that she stated that she represented other organizations not able to attend – Toronto University, York University and others, so by the end of the first minute she claimed she was the voice of 240,000 people from Toronto. It is rare that you can see such a profound idiot in public. She attacked Israel to the best or her limited abilities.

She was wearing a Gaza boat t-shirt – that’s a boat project intended to violate Israel’s sovereignty and supported by the terrorist supporter George Galloway, the Canada Post workers union and other idiots. Noticing her message, Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti asked her what she was trying to say. She said she was willing to answer question about that, but there was no interest.

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The Gaza boat lady attacks the global Zionism

 

To acknowledge her stupidity, Blazingcatfur, who was standing next to me, booed her discretely. But that wasn’t discrete enough – the mainstream media reporters seated at the table in front of us gave him dirty looks expressing their utter disgust.

Another person from the sob story camp was “Susan”. The person had male physique, with male voice, but was wearing a dress and make-up. He/she/it identified himself/herself/itself as a “transgendered”. Unfortunately, she was the type of man who imagines that he is a woman – the horrible dress he was wearing and poorly designed make-up showed beyond any doubt that if you are a man who thinks he is a woman, the woman’s taste and finesse don’t come automatically with your delusions.

Anyway, “Susan” was upset that if the parade is defunded that would cause troubles for the “trans” – there will be no special housing for them. And if he had to go to a men’s shelter, he would be mistreated. Susan didn’t explain how the lack of parade money is going to send him/her/it to shelter. However, here is a suggestion for Susan – instead of acting like a freak, why don’t you acquire some skills and became gainfully employed? Then you won’t need shelters. And another message to the “queer community” – why don’t you lay down anti-Semitism and start educating the shelter bums and drunkards into accepting people like “Susan”?

It’s not going to work, because the Jews are a much easier target than the bums.

However, the most enlightening was the speech of Francisco Alvarez, who was a deputy manager of the gay parade. He also started as a sob story guy (at least he looked like a man). His iron-clad argument was that the parade must get funding, because the so-called Word Pride 2014 depends on it. That’s some kind of a world gay parade, which the Toronto homosexuals agreed to host (apparently without consulting the taxpayers).

The problem is that according to the rules of that parade, the host must have a balanced budget for three consecutive years. Without the city financing, they are not going to accomplish that. Next he went to state that the Toronto parade brings in $136 million to the economy, over 600 jobs, and $4 million in taxes.

At this point, Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti interrupted him with a question regarding their preliminary meeting. At that meeting, Alvarez was stated that he can’t guarantee the QuAIA exclusion from this year’s parade, so Mammoliti asked him to state the reasons in public.

Alvarez said that any group that wants to take a part in the parade must register. Since QuAIA decided not to take part, they are not registered. If they or someone like them decide to march anyway, they will be confronted by the marshals and referred to the police. However, if the group appears to be dangerous (probably like the guys with swastikas, this is my remark) or the police are not around, they’ll have no choice but to let them in. That’s why they can’t give guarantees. On top of that, they can’t police of their events during the parade week where QuAIA may decide to show up. When the councillor asked why they don’t just ban that group permanently, Alvarez replied that they cannot censor anybody.

That’s beyond pathetic. It reminds me of the “Seinfeld” episode where Jerry’s Uncle Leo was caught stealing books at Brentano’s and his excuse was “I’m old! I’m confused!” It’s the same situation here – the poor gays cannot oppose anti-Semites, because they are too defenceless.

What a piece of crap! A powerful minority, which successfully persecutes everybody who is against them and aggressively tries to impose the gay agenda in the school curriculum of Ontario can’t deal with a rogue anti-Semitic group. Do you really think that people are that stupid?

If their event really brings in $136 million, why can’t they extract $200,000 from it? If their parade’s management is so grossly incompetent, why don’t they hire some “affluent gays” or real promoters to manage it? If they do that, they’ll be able to get even Charles Manson’s family to march with them without any problems, instead of begging Rob Ford for a few thousands.

Speaking of Rob Ford, not so long ago Toronto’s gay paper Xtra published an article about Ford calling for his rape in order to get him under control. If such an article was about a homosexual or a woman, OHRC’s Barbara Hall and her squads would’ve destroyed the authors and the editors, but the white straight male is a fair target.  A few weeks ago, another rag, Now Magazine (the largest prostitute directory in Toronto), published another disgusting smear about the Mayor.

I am not sure how representative of the gay community are the staffs of those papers. But it seems to me that it is beyond arrogant to come to City Hall and beg for handouts in support of an anti-Semitic group when you treat the Mayor in such a despicable and disgusting way. But of course, homosexuals in our society are far above the law.

So I have a question – if that filth about Ford is acceptable in the gay press, why should we fund any “queer community’s” events? Such behaviour is below the moral norms of even the most savage tribes on earth.

It’s your move now to prove me wrong, dear gay compatriots… Just don’t try the old and tired “homophobia” line, we are dealing with the issue of anti-Semitism here.

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6 Comments

  1. Lonewolf May 26, 2011 1:15 pm Reply

    PT is in a funding situation because of QuAIA.Yet,it’s “protesters”at City Hall earlier this month pose with one of its founding supporters,Councillor Wong Tam?!Councillor paid to have the QuAIA website hosted because non of its affluent members had a “credit card.”Seriously,let PT fund itself by having its affluent gays support its short fall.The parade is for a minority who contradicts themselves by demanding equality.Then consorts with Councillor Wong Tam,QuAIA supporter.PT needs to be like the other self funded parades,raise funds instead of lobbying City Hall,or the public!With supporters like former mayor Miller,Smitherman, and the like,you can’t find funding?

    • admiwrath May 26, 2011 9:43 pm Reply

      Thank you for your comment. Obviously their financial situation is much worse than I thought. The whole situation is beyond comprehension – if they are so broke, why do they risk their future by supporting an anti-Semitic group?

  2. The Lone Ranger May 28, 2011 2:24 pm Reply

    Changing the subject slightly, the QuAIA need to learn their history about the Israeli-Palestine conflict. Do they know that the worst persecutors of the Palestinians are other Arab states? Here is a few facts.

    In September 1970, King Hussein of Jordan sent his 60th Armored Brigade to attack the headquarters of a Palestinian organization in Amman, including Palestinian camps in Irbid, Salt, Sweileh, Baq’aa, Wehdat and Zarqa. Yasser Arafat claimed that the Jordanian army killed between 10,000 and 25,000 Palestinians, with the survivors being pushed out of the country for good. This action followed the PFLP’s (Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine) repeated attempts to assassinate the king, and the hijacking of four airliners belonging to Swiss Air, Pan AM, TWA and BOAC (British overseas Airways).

    In 1982, the Syrian army shelled the Palestinian city of Hama, killing up to 40,000 Palestinians, mostly men, women and children. President Assad leveled an entire city with an air bombardment followed by artillery and tank fire. Why? They were anti Baath party, and apparently in 1982 in Syria that was a death sentence. Those who tried to flee the carnage were simply shot by the Syrian army. Survivors later told how they were made to stand over pits full of charred bodies and shot, Nazi style.

    In 1991, Kuwait expelled over 400,000 Palestinians through an open act of brutal ethnic cleansing after Arafat and the PLO sided with Saddam Hussein after the first Gulf War.

    As of July 2010, Egypt has partially lifted its own blockade of Gaza at Rafar, which has been in effect since 2007, to allow humanitarian and medical aid into the Gaza Strip, yet still WITH RESTRICTIONS on what kinds of supplies can enter. The Egyptians were candid enough to admit that (A) they hate the Palestinians as much as the Israelis do (B) they don’t want any Palestinian refugees in their country, and (C) they hate the Israelis jus as much and would rather have any supplies go through them into Gaza.

    So much for “brotherhood” among Arabs!

    Yet no protests were ever made against Egypt. I wonder why? Where was the outraged international media, the UN “emergency” meetings and the hordes of “peace’ activists when the above atrocities were committed?

    And people think Israel is bad?

    So, let’s look at the facts about Israel. This is a country that was founded in 1947, long after most Arab nations were established, and with their own clearly defined boundaries. It is the only true democracy in the region and with a far better record on human rights than ANY of its Arab neighbours. For example, you can have your gay “pride” parade in Israel, but try to do that in any Arab country, even the Gaza strip, and you will be hanged or stoned to death, guaranteed. This one reason why groups like “Queers for Palestine” are a complete joke. Israel is smaller than Lake Michigan, or if you like, only 1/19th the size of California, and has a population of only 7.3 million people, but with a thriving economy and a First World standard of living. Approximately 75.4% of the population are Jews, with 20.3% identified as Arabs, and the remainder are classed as “other,” meaning a mixture of largely western residents.

    In 2006, the official number of Arab residents in Israel was 1,413,500 people. About 98% of East Jerusalem Palestinians has either Israeli residency or Israeli citizenship. Imagine Palestine giving a Jew “citizenship” with the right to live peacefully and run a thriving business?

    Most Arab citizens of Israel are Muslim, particularly of the Sunni branch of Islam, and there is a significant Arab Christian minority from various denominations, among other religious communities. There is a growing Arab middle class, particularly in Galilee, where many are judges, lawyers and wealthy independent business people. What is most interesting to note is that the Arab citizens of Israel include the Druze, who were numbered at an estimated 117,500 at the end of 2006. All of the Druze living in what was then British Mandated Palestine became Israeli citizens after the declaration of the State of Israel. This condradicts much of the propaganda that asserts that the Arab population of the region was “pushed out” after the establishing of the new state of Israel.

    Though some individuals identify themselves as “Palestinian Druze”, most Druze do not consider themselves to be Palestinian, and consider their Israeli identity stronger than their Arab identity; indeed, Druze serve prominently in the Israel Defense Forces, and are represented in mainstream Israeli politics and business as well, unlike Muslim Arabs who, not surprisingly, are not required to serve in the Israeli military and choose not to anyway.

    Contrast this to Israels sworn enemies, which comprises of 22 Arab states covering an area 640 times greater than Israel, with a combined population 300 million Arabs. And those 300 million Arabs are part of a total of 1.4 BILLION Muslims world-wide who never cease to accuse Israel of being an “expansionist” state! How can Israel, which occupies one-sixth of one percent of the all land occupied by Arabs, be responsible for the political dissatisfaction of 22 Arab states with more land than they know what to do with? So all this talk of Israel giving up land for “peace” is absolute rubbish. Those 22 Arab states will never rest until Israel has been wiped off the face of this earth, and every last Jew is dead.

    Remember, world-wide there are only 13 million Jews – 5 million less than there were in 1939!

    Israel has constantly been under assault from Arab states in outright war, or via terrorism. At one point, the terrorist group Hamas was firing up to 500 rockets A DAY at “soft” targets from bases in Gaza and Lebanon. As of January 2009, over 8,600 rockets had been launched, leading to 28 deaths and several hundred injuries, as well as widespread psychological trauma and disruption of daily life. Most of the victims have been women and children, many suffering from horrific injuries, including loss of limbs.

    The Israeli Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center estimated that in 2007 the proportions of rockets fired from the Gaza Strip were:

    34% – Palestinian Islamic Jihad (Al Quds)
    22% – Hamas (Qassam)
    ?8% – Fatah (Kafah)
    ?6% – Popular Resistance Committees (al Nasser)
    30% – unknown

    In 2006, Israel grew tired of the indifference of the Lebanese government concerning the number of rocket attacks by HAMAS from within the its own borders, and ordered the army to intervene. Once again the world shrieked in indignation over Israeli “aggression.” yet Lebanon, which possesses a 54,000 strong army, refused to intervene and stop the rocket attacks within its own borders.

    More recently, the Israeli raid on six “aid” ships from Turkey again provoked hysteria from the “international community.” The ships in question were intercepted by the Israeli navy in international waters (which they have every right to do). The raid was simply to ensure that the ships were not ferrying weapons, explosives and ammunition to Gaza, considering that the Israeli army had destroyed most of the weapons smuggling tunnels that lead from Egypt into Gaza. As Israeli defence video clearly showed, the commandoes who dropped from a helicopter onto the deck of the Mavi Marmara were immediately attacked by “peace” activists brandishing metal bars, wooden clubs and other improvized weapons. This is in stark contrast to the claims of the activists on CNN that they used only their bare hands to resist the commandos when they landed on the Mavi Marmara. Several of the commandos were badly injured and could be seen being thrown from the upper deck of the ship by the activists. In the end, the commandos found that their paintball guns were insufficient to keep their attackers at bay, forcing them to draw their sidearms and opening fire on their attackers to protect themselves and their injured comrades.

    Finally, I truly believe that God’s divine protection still covers Israel. What other explanation could possible suffice for this tiny nation’s survival?

    Dueteronomy 28;1-68 And if you faithfully obey the voice of the Lord your God, being careful to do all his commandments that I command you today, the Lord your God will set you high above all the nations of the earth. And all these blessings shall come upon you and overtake you, if you obey the voice of the Lord your God. Blessed shall you be in the city, and blessed shall you be in the field. Blessed shall be the fruit of your womb and the fruit of your ground and the fruit of your cattle, the increase of your herds and the young of your flock. Blessed shall be your basket and your kneading bowl. …

  3. The Lone Ranger May 30, 2011 7:13 pm Reply

    What, no comments to my brilliant piece above? Jeez, I expected a nomination for the Pulitzer Prize at least!

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