Vancouver, Canada: Soldiers Of Odin Crash Antifa Rally

Monday, March 27th.

During an “International Day Against Racism” rally which was organized by several left wing groups, the Vancouver branch of the Soldiers Of Odin came out to confront the demonstrators.

Making their entrance with a purple smoke bomb, “tempers flared almost immediately” according to one eyewitness, as verbal arguments between the left wing and Soldiers of Odin quickly escalated to pushing and shoving.

One anarchist attempted to snatch a Canadian flag away from a SOO member, but was put in a headlock until police intervened.

Three of the SOO men were arrested for breach of the peace and released shortly after the rally ended.

http://www.metronews.ca/news/vancouver/2017/03/27/soldiers-of-odin-disrupt-anti-racism-rally-in-vancouver.html

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Reposted from http://www.europeancivilwar.com/ecw-reader-brawls-with-antifa-at-canadian-protest/#comment-6110

European Civil War Reader Brawls With Antifa In Canadian ‘Islamophobia’ Riots!

I’ll set the scene first, and quote from Global News:

 

Anti-Islamophobia motion provokes protests, counter-protests across Canada

There were tense moments in cities including Montreal and Toronto Saturday between supporters and opponents of M-103, a non-biding Parliamentary motion that calls for the Canadian government to “condemn Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination.”

In Montreal, a heavy police presence outside city hall kept the two sides apart as a demonstration by critics of the motion was met by an equally large counter-protest.

Despite police efforts to keep the two sides apart, some isolated scuffles occurred between the two sides as tempers flared.

It turns out our regular reader and commenter David was one of those ‘scuffling’ individuals! Not only that, but he became a front page piece of news in a number of large journals…

If you click on the link to the above article here, you will see him in the picture of the fight right after the fourth paragraph. The picture is of him getting kicked in the head by a group of Antifa, though that shot must have been selectively chosen by the journalists in question.

As David explained to me:

“I had a true friend along who pushed a couple of them back so I could get back up
and keep swinging. But the press released this unflattering moment, they love seeing
nationalists being beaten.”

David speaks the truth, as the last thing the mainstream press wants is more versions of ‘Based Stickman’ running around becoming folk heroes 🙂

 

The Image

Make sure you click on that link to check it out, as I have been not reproduced the image here. I reached out to ‘the Canadian Press’ (over their website) to get permission to reprint it but they said it would cost 59$ to get the rights to reuse it for a 3 month span (even more if longer than three months).

 

Antifa

For any unitiated readers, the Antifa are groups of ‘antifascist’ protestors, normally dressed in all black or in ‘anarchist’ clothing, that often show up at these rallys. We have showed on this website how they are usually directly funded by 1) George Soros-affiliated NGO’s, and 2) Western governments themselves in places like Germany, Sweden, and yes, Canada.

The Antifa are the Pinkertons of modern Progressivism, engaging in violence, harassment, and extortion directed towards any who support right-wing or anti-mass immigration political movements. The have egged and attacked female Trump supporters, ruined businessmen’s practices in Germany, and countless other evils. David should be proud to have fought with them.

David also shared additional thoughts on the entire event and the experience of being in one of these ‘protesting’ square-offs:


The street march/protest scene is an incredibly awkward thing. Your hands
are largely tied by heavy police presence, any major escalation obviously
leads to arrests. It’s this three-way waltz where the two sides and the
police constantly bump and step on each other’s toes while being forced to
conform to an overall structure.

Beyond the blueballs of not being able to engage, I see protests as an
abomination by definition, in the sense that a well-functioning society
should have better processes for people to get their opinions heard than
this. Must it really be a matter of menacing, primeval crowds blocking
public spaces and causing disruption and damage?

In any case, the hate and violence seems to be escalating so rapidly that
this manifestation of the left-right conflict might just be a blip on the
radar before it all becomes more grown-up stuff.

I was in Europe this winter, and it is a galvanizing experience to see how
things are now in the cities I’ve known since childhood.

Wise words I think.

 

In Closing

Massive props to David for fighting back against the Antifa, for protesting in favor of Canada’s survival, and for battling against the destructive and insane policies of Justin Trudeau and Canada’s far-left government.

As we all know, ‘Mr.’ Trudeau wants to make Canada into a ‘feminist, humanitarian superpower’ just like Sweden, as well as copy its multicultural politics and mass-immigration model. Trudeau is the absolute embodiment of reality-dissasociated Liberal-privilege and r-Selection, and I am sure I speak for everyone reading this in congratulating David, and in praying men like him are successful and can preserve a future for Canada and her people. Canadian children deserve a safer and brighter world than the Western European-style hell that Trudeau would bequeath to them.

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Soldiers Of Odin Expands Across Canada, Seeks To ‘Unite the Right’

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S.O.O. Quebec: Purging The Cucks, Increasing Patrols

The Soldiers of Odin have been patrolling the streets of Quebec City since February.

In the early evening darkness, four figures huddled in the parking lot of a Quebec City arena, all wearing black sweatshirts emblazoned with a drawing of Odin, a Norse god of war.

One was a professional hunter, another a wood-factory worker. They stomped their boots in the cold, shared a cigarette or two, then set off to patrol the historic streets of the city, armed only with a flashlight and the belief they were protecting Quebecers from a vague but dangerous threat.

Leading the group that night was a 47-year-old father of four, Dave Tregget, who paints cars by day, but on evenings and weekends was in charge of the Quebec chapter of Soldiers of Odin.

“We are Canadians helping Canadians,” said Tregget as he steered the group through Saint-Roch, a neighbourhood where urban renewal meets poverty in Quebec City.

“I want to protect our Canadian charter of rights and liberties. We’ve got to fight to keep these rights.”

Tregget felt the group’s success in Quebec depended on softening its anti-immigration image and putting some distance between the founding Finnish members, who have been accused of having ties with neo-Nazis.

“We’re Canadian, and Canada was based on immigration so we cannot be against it,” Tregget said, marching the group up Langelier Boulevard in the Quebec capital on a Tuesday night in early December.

It was a position that proved untenable. Last Friday, he was replaced by his second-in-command, Katy Latulippe. There are conflicting accounts of what happened. Latulippe says Tregget was suspended; Tregget says he quit, “finished with the racist image of Finland,” as he later told CBC News in a Facebook message.

Regardless of the details, what is clear is that with Tregget out, and Latulippe in, the group will undergo a reorientation. The new acting president has vowed to return the Quebec branch of the Soldiers of Odin to its Finnish roots and ramp up patrols of the more Muslim areas of Quebec City.

“We won’t allow them to bring mayhem to our streets and the gang rapes that we’re seeing in certain countries currently,” she said. “That’s all we want to do.”

Latulippe is still a relative newcomer to Quebec City, having moved there recently from Magog, Quebec.

“Dave (Tregget) avoided that, on patrols, we go into areas where there are a lot of Muslims or Islamization,” she said.

The Soldiers of Odin have around 3,500 members in Canada, with 400 of them in Quebec.

They have, since February, organized patrols through various neighbourhoods, sometimes as many as three or four times a week.

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They also attracted attention by providing security at a demonstration outside the National Assembly in October, which was attended by several other far-right groups in the province.

And the group has teamed up on a number of occasions with Atalante Québec, an openly neo-fascist organization that speaks of protecting the “neo-French.”

The two groups joined forces for a food drive last month and jointly patrolled the Laval University campus after a spate of sexual assaults there in October.

“What we’ve aimed for since we started Soldiers of Odin is to unite all the groups of what we’ll call the ‘far right’ because our common denominator is (being against) the system”, they said.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/quebec-far-right-soldiers-of-odin-1.3896175

Soldiers of Odin, dubbed ‘extreme anti-refugee group,’ patrol Edmonton streets

Brian Curry, a man who purports to be the Soldiers of Odin Edmonton chapter's vice-president, posted this photo on Aug. 28 with the caption 'out on a walk-about last night.'

The Soldiers of Odin, a European organization that has been dubbed “an extreme anti-refugee group” by the Anti-Defamation League, has begun setting up shop in Edmonton.

About 10 men, all  wearing matching insignia on their backs, a Norse horned helmet with a Canadian flag for a beard, have been seen patrolling the city’s streets.

According to social media posts by the group, marches have also taken place in British Columbia and Ontario.

While some see them as protectors, anti-whites & foreigners consider them dangerous vigilantes.

The group’s bylaws state their goal is to take back the streets, and patrols are their way of doing that.

Inspector Dan Jones said the Edmonton Police Service is aware of the Soldiers of Odin, but hasn’t received any complaints.

If they are the Soldiers of Odin like they are in Europe, we are going to be very concerned,” Jones said. “But at this stage, we don’t have any reason to believe they have engaged in criminal activity.”

Soldiers of Odin opens chapters in Yukon, Hamilton

An image from the Soldiers of Odin Yukon's Facebook page.

A group that has been deemed an extreme anti-refugee vigilante organization has set up shop in Yukon, according to the RCMP.

S.O.O. Yukon organizes through a closed Facebook group, & its members are also active in public, carrying out street patrols.

Yukon RCMP say they have not yet received any complaints about the local Soldiers of Odin chapter.

S.O.O. is also setting up a chapter in Hamilton.

The presence in Hamilton is informal right now, with about eight or nine members getting organized as of August, said Soldiers Of Odin national president Joel Angott. There’s a lot of interest, but potential Hamilton members are being carefully vetted.

Group activities include neighbourhood street patrols & cleaning up local parks.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/soldiers-of-odin-yukon-chapter-1.3852685

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/soldiers-of-odin-hamilton-1.3707723