Bernie Farber's Anti-Hate Canada Calls The Nationalist Party's Ray Coelho A Nazi


Ray Coelho is running for the Nationalist Party
in Lac-Saint-Louis

After girls were disgusted with boys in elementary school and everyone forgot that that had happened, going on and on about Nazis was important in extending childhood developmental psychology to create the idea that when you flood Canada from the most racist, mysoginist countries vibrancy happens and a strong force of LGBT and feminism is created.

As teachers in the know sent their kids to the whitest schools, guys in Advanced at my high school sat in class with Asians and South Asians and watched Will Smith on TV.

Normal-looking white guys became increasingly conservative and, with Seinfeld on TV, didn't see fat guys or male minorities as being gay because fat guys and male minorities had already been attracted to them in elementary school.



Anti-Hate Canada exposes a political party few people have heard of so that we can continue the crackdown on Nazis as the population is replaced with the 3rd World:

Coelho is a person of colour (and is being tokenized by the CNP) who seems to share in the party's antisemitism. Coelho says Christopher Bollyn, a holocaust denier who blames 9/11 on Jews and has appeared on former KKK leader David Duke’s radio show, is one of the few “journalists” he trusts. In an interview with Bollyn, Coelho says: “the myth about 9/11 is what I call a Zionist myth. It’s a myth that’s been given to us by the leaders of the state of Israel . . .” The video of the interview uses images which say that ISIL was created by Israel to deal with a threat to “Rothschild’s Israel.”

I keep tweeting Donald Trump, asking him to send Seth Rogen to Israel to ask for some of this money back...

as punishment for the time Seth lied about how there's no conspiracy against white people.