Tyler L. Russell, the embattled leader of the white supremacist group Canada First, is gearing up to host CFPAC, an event featuring three ex-PPC candidates, despite leaked messages showing him trash talking the party and its leadership.
In over 8,000 messages posted to two channels run by well-known American white nationalists, Kevin Gallagher called for rape and violence against women, praised mass murderers and serial killers, called Nazis “good people,” and even claimed to have committed sexual assault.
A previously obscure Canadian conspiracy theorist has been inundated with attention after what thousands of new followers are calling “confirmation” of the declaration that she is both the Prime Minister and Queen of Canada.
“You may think rallies are pointless but the truth is nobody is doing Turner Diaries or Siege and the wrong thing to do is nothing,” failed CNP candidate and neo-Nazi Gus Stefanis wrote. “I can't sit around and wait for a collapse that isn't going to happen.”
The leader of the People’s Party of Canada, originally planned to hold his Manitoba events at small businesses, but had to change plans when several refused him. When he showed up to a park instead, he was met by the RCMP.
In one video posted online, a man films a visibly Muslim family walking past his home, saying “holy shit boys, where’s Nathaniel Veltman when you need him?” “Oh there’s a truck right there,” he squeals when a truck appears from out of frame, “Buddy, you missed them. Back up.”