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24 minutes ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

Jonathan,

I just can't seem to help myself:

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Keepin' the Faith, baby...

:) 

Michael

Speaking of Faith, if she fades away into the sunset she could always do porn!

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10 hours ago, Jules Troy said:

Speaking of Faith, if she fades away into the sunset she could always do porn!

Jules,

If you're looking for a Stormy Canadian, I don't think Faith is your gal.

She seems to be cut from different cloth.

:) 

Michael

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Faith, Hope, Charity ...  Vox Day and the global Satanists ...

 

Edited by william.scherk
"It doesn't mean what you think it means"

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3 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

Jules,

If you're looking for a Stormy Canadian, I don't think Faith is your gal.

She seems to be cut from different cloth.

:) 

 

Michael

 

Yeah but she’s smokin hot.

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13 minutes ago, Jules Troy said:

Yeah but she’s smokin hot.

So is eternal  torment in you-know-where., brother..mwaaahaha...

Lucifer

see you later, or maybe sooner!

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Faith Goldy as victim of outrageous smears, courtesy of a former private school classmate, Anna Silman. 

We Thought We Knew Faith, Until We Didn’t 

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The making of a white-nationalist poster girl

[...]

In July 2018, Faith put in her bid for mayor of Toronto, where she ran a campaign that gleefully parroted Trumpian language like “make Toronto safe again!” and “the media is truly the enemy of the people!” When, as a fringe candidate among more than 30 others, she wasn’t allowed into debates, she painted herself as a free-speech martyr. Her campaign flyer proclaimed, “Only Faith Goldy will evacuate illegal migrants from our city and put Toronto First!”‬ She racked up a much-scrutinized endorsement from Iowa Republican congressman (and fellow avatar of white nationalism) Steve King, orchestrated a photo op with Rudy Giuliani, and garnered a fawning op-ed from conservative media mogul Conrad Black, who argued that, when Canadian TV networks refused to air Faith’s ads, she was “being over-punished for testing the sensitivities of political correctness.”

Anyone who had spent any time tracking her journey online knew that that was a ridiculous claim — she had moved well beyond “politically incorrect.” In the past year, she made a video praising the thuggish Greek neo-fascist party Golden Dawn, bemoaned “cultural Marxists and globalists who have reprogrammed the white race,” and spoke about her desire to “return” Canada to a population that is “96 percent Euro Canadian.” As she put it during an appearance on the far-right YouTube Channel Red Ice: “Racism is used to pathologize a healthy and natural instinct within people. When anyone tells you you’re a racist or white supremacist, tell them that’s a term of oppression and you do not subscribe to it.” While Faith denies the terms white supremacist and alt-right, other figures in the Canadian far right think she’s in the boat with them. After her failed mayoral bid, YouTuber ProperGander TV said, “The media is looking at Faith Goldy as a far-right, white nationalist. Which she is at heart, don’t get it confused.”

[...]

 

In 2013, a very different Faith Goldy gave a speech at an anti-abortion rallyin downtown Toronto. Bundled up in a red plaid coat, her hands fumbling with her notes through black gloves as thick snowflakes fell around her, Faith told the crowd about how feminism had betrayed generations of women who had been “educated to equate [the] right to murder with their liberty as a female.” She told the crowd that she too once bought into the great lie of pro-choice politics as a teenager, chanting slogans like “keep his rosaries out of her ovaries.” Since then, she said, she had seen the “light of life.”

Right after high school, Faith’s mother, Julia, was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer, and Faith found comfort in God. The family rejected traditional medicine and tried to treat her with prayer and natural healing. When Julia outlived her prognosis by six years, Faith credited it in part to God’s intervention. She also reasoned that taxpayer money that could have been going to her mom’s cancer treatment had been diverted to the “holocaust” of unborn children. High-school friends who were still in touch with Faith were surprised at her 180-degree transformation, but they also understood she was struggling. “We’re just kind of like, okay babe,” recalls a former friend. “We’ll let you have your thing, and at that time we were very glad it was giving her comfort because it was such a difficult time.”

[...]

After Sun News closed, Faith moved to the Rebel Media, an outlet more like Breitbart and Infowars — an ugly mix of Islamophobia and anti-immigrant messaging. She quickly became one of the network’s stars, warning the audience of the feminizing dangers of soy and the prospect of “white genocide,” arguing that “diversity might just be code for population replacement.” She spoke of a holy war between Islam and the West and called for a return to the Crusades. In January 2017, a far-right vigilante killed six worshippers at a Mosque in Quebec; at his trial, a document with his search history was produced, showing that in the month before the attack, he mainlined sources like Ben Shapiro, Richard Spencer, and Faith’s Rebel pal (and founder of the violent far-right Proud Boys) Gavin McInnes. Two days after the shooting, Faith promoted an Islamophobic conspiracy suggesting the killer may have actually been a Muslim man.

Faith was fired from the Rebel after she went down to the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville and appeared on the Daily Stormer’s Krypto Reportpodcast. Openly associating with neo-Nazis was apparently too much for her bosses, no matter that she had been spewing hatred on their dime for years before that. The firing seemed only to incite her further. Faith then made what Jared Holt, a reporter for Right Wing Watch, calls “a Need for Speed drift into the extreme right,” spending the next few months hanging out on white-nationalist podcasts, YouTube channels, and Gavin McInnes’s show, as well as beginning to make her own videos. In these appearances, you can see her martyr complex continuing to grow. With McInnes, she talks about how “getting burned” for exercising her free speech only emboldened her to speak out more. He cheers her on. “You see what I’m screaming folks at home, this isn’t just a journalist, this is a world leader! It doesn’t hurt that she’s an 8.97; you get the best of Melania and Donald!”

In December, in a now-removed interview with a YouTube channel called Millennial Woes, run by Colin Robertson, who argues that supporting racial equality is “clearly deluding yourself,” she doubled down on her commitment to white-nationalist beliefs. Faith, wearing a fuzzy blue-and-white Christmas sweater, spoke in awed terms about the “great conversation” happening after Charlottesville when it came to clarifying “optics” and the future direction of the “dissident right.” She describes life after being fired as “completely liberating.” Charlottesville helped her to clarify her views and see who her people were. “We don’t have many friends, but hell, we’ve got a fighting cause and we believe in our future,” she said. Faith also quoted Richard Spencer, who is one of America’s most prominent white-nationalist figureheads: “You have to be willing to become a villain in order to make change in this society.”

[...]

Links are in the original at The Cut, in case anyone wanted to check the references made ...

 

Edited by william.scherk
The Cut, not the cut

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I don't buy the white supremacist stuff about Faith.

I've read her and listened to her videos (including the one in Charlottesville). 

What she says and does is not what they say she says and does.

The left these days is trying to outdo the Puritans with guilt by accusation and guilt by association.

They are trying to go back to the primitive days when evil was equated with uncleanliness.

It's silly.

Beware your impure thoughts. Big Brother is watching you. Big Sister will come for you... Be afraid...

:) 

I say, have a little Faith and everything will be all right...

:) 

Michael

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2 hours ago, Jules Troy said:

She should set her sights higher.

Jules,

I think she should do what she wants to do, not what you or I want her to do.

It's called freedom.

:) 

I mean if tut-tut-tutters have the freedom to tut-tut-tut, she has the freedom to ignore their tut-tut-tutting, don't you think?

Or we can say this in the language of Social Justice Warriors. (I paraphrase, of course). If members of the male patriarchy have the freedom to oppress her as a woman by degrading her and assigning her to a pornography role to keep her from being taken seriously in the political arena, she has the freedom to kick their old lily-white male asses in upcoming elections.

:evil:  :) 

(That's my first time as an SJW. Not bad, huh? :) )

Besides, I have a feeling Faith's sights are plenty high. She's already on the political map in a manner the establishment considers a serious threat (although they are still in the early stages of expressing it).

Also, there's this. Ford likes her...

Michael

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17 hours ago, Jules Troy said:

After next fall’s fed election we get to see just how stupid or smart my fellow Canukistans are.

Jules,

Are Yellow Vests a thing in Canada?

Justin loves Paris and he wants to play, too.

Canadians clash over Trudeau's carbon emissions tax in months before election

France feels heroic at $7+ a gallon at the gas pump. The French people are now celebrating their role in saving the planet with bonfires and parades.

:) 

How about Canada?

Ready to man up and save the world in the name of progressive politicians?

Just give them your shit. All of it. Every bit of all of it.

They'll give you back some and do the rest... And voila.

Transcendence.

You get transcendence--as the earth gets redeemed.

They'll do it for you. They say so. And they'll even praise you as earth-savior when they take your shit.

Think about it. Isn't saving the planet fun?

Imagine the sheer amount of virtue you can now signal at cocktail parties...

Money is overrated...

:) 

Michael

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Anna Silman also produced a podcast report on Faith Goldy. In it, you can hear Faith in her own words, and make up your own mind as to her likely future ...

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Guess who is pulling up stakes and 'self-deporting' to La Belle Province?

 

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On 12/10/2018 at 3:11 PM, william.scherk said:
2 hours ago, william.scherk said:

Guess who is pulling up stakes and 'self-deporting' to La Belle Province?

 

Anna Silman also produced a podcast report on Faith Goldy. In it, you can hear Faith in her own words, and make up your own mind as to her likely future ...

 

How la belle Province attracts les belles!

Faith is very attractive, not as aupres-de-ma-blonde as Leanne Teale, say, but tres chic for these times. 

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