April 25, 2024

PoiLIEvre Shows Just How F*ed We’ll All Be Next Year

By admin

Pierre PoiLIEvre is no longer afraid to show his true colours, showing up at rallies and protests against … everything.

While promising nothing.

Diagolon – the pseudo militia network in Canada – was a key player at an event in New Brunswick and PoiLIEvre wasted no time in showing up to shout out about Axing the Tax and F-ing Trudeau.

According to RCMP documents tabled at the Emergencies Act inquiry last year, the national police force believes Diagolon is a militia-like network whose supporters subscribe to an “accelerationist” ideology — the idea that a civil war or the collapse of western governments is inevitable and ought to be sped up.

A video of Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre meeting with anti-carbon tax protesters. The black and white flag depicted in the bottom right is the symbol for the controversial online community Diagolon.

According to the Global Project Against Hate and Extremism,

Following a June 2022 exposé by the Canadian Anti-Hate Network (CAHN) documenting Diagolon’s promotion of white supremacy, the Global Project on Hate and Extremism (GPAHE) began monitoring their new community group on Telegram titled “Empire of Diagolon,” a reference to the fictitious country the movement’s name is based on, created by Mackenzie in March 2023. Previously, Mackenzie would post on his personal channel and only then could his followers reply to his comments. With this new community-focused group, his followers are able in many of its channels to openly post about Nazism, the Great Replacement conspiracy theory, launch disinformation campaigns, push anti-LGBTQ+ speech, and encourage others to attend far-right protests.

Unfortunately, the Trudeau government has made it all too easy for Canadians to migrate to this insanity.