The much hyped parade of poultroons left from Red Deer, AB in the whitest possible way: singing the 1980 version of Oh, Canada in fierce opprobrium to originalists and inclusionists. Eastward it went, annoying locals at every stop. Dumbass politicians tweeted their approval of it. All seemed set to succeed until they hit the first speedbump: Winnepeg, MB.
Local indigenous land defenders and anti-fascist protestors occupied a single lane of highway, voicing opposition to the cannonade of contemptible cretins.
The reaction from the Yellow Vests at being mildly inconvenienced: the Yellow Vests “joked” about running over protestors.
It’s never “Just Joking” . Especially considering one of their southern cousins committed vehicular homicide, and one of their incel predecessors had recently done the same.
Calls for violence are rife within the Yellow Vest universe. Many of the convoy members have carried signs and posted calls to hang the current Prime Minister (Justin Trudeau) for treason. Because....
The Yellow Vests believe that a vast nefarious global conspiracy exists to wipe out white people as a distinct identity (and skin colour). The Yellow Vests further believe that this conspiracy is fundamentally led by communist people of Jewish descent (George Soros is their favourite bugbear). Frankly, it’s a stupid belief and my words can’t do justice to the unfathomable stupidity involved.
The dumbass dogma is widespread, ranging from founder Tyler Malenfant to racist grandpas grunts.
The more canny Yellow Vest members pretend to not notice racism, and when you do point it out, dismiss it as just a single bad apple. But from top to bottom, the Yellow Vests are a congregation of racists.
Rebel Media’s Keean Bexte claimed he didn’t find a single racist. Which is hilarious, considering he was part of Fireforce Ventures, the pro-apartheid web store selling white supremacist merch and memorabilia.
But when the convoy rolled into Parliament Hill, it was racists who made up its bulk of members present (a whole whopping 200). From featured speaker - avid white nationalist - Faith Goldy to actual neo-Nazi group Northern Front, the cadre of cabazones couldn’t keep their symbols hidden.
It was always about white supremacy, stupid.