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LISTEN: Shocking audio clip has Ontario teacher slamming PPC as ‘overtly racist’

The teacher responds with, “They (the PPC) do have a really racist policy,” followed by, “I can’t do them in our class.”




A high school teacher in Hamilton has been caught on tape telling her class the People’s Party of Canada is “overtly racist.”

Twitter user@ThomasM77845929 tweeted: “It’s bad…this is the Audio from my daughter’s civics class at SHERWOOD SECONDARY in Hamilton Ontario. Not only are the PPC heavily censored, the school board teaches that they’re RACIST.”

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The audio has a teacher recapping what sounds like a project and dividing the class into project groups when one student interrupts asking if she can partner with another student and do their project on the PPC.

The teacher replies, “I’m not going to do PPC…”

The student again interrupts and reminds the teacher she said they would have the right to vote what they believe “and now you’re not letting us.”

The teacher responds with, “They (the PPC) do have overtly racist policies,” followed by, “I can’t do them in our class.”

It then sounds like the student recording the exchange asks to leave class and call her father to which the teacher is heard saying “sure.”

School district officials say the teacher’s comments are being investigated.

“This is a personnel matter and we are reviewing the situation using the guidance of our policies,” said school district Manager of Communications and Community Engagement Shawn McKillop.

Local Hamilton mountain PPC candidate, Chelsey Taylor blasted the school.

“Unfortunately, we have seen this kind unbacked partisanship from every level of municipal government during the course of this election. When we have council members and teachers act this way, while drawing a salary on the public purse, it’s clear that it’s time to show some integrity and class for a change. We expect that Sherwood Secondary and the entire HWDSB take this opportunity to reflect on just how sad these dangerous words and actions are in a world that is desperate for truth and enlightenment. This teacher should be removed from her job for spewing such hatred on our vulnerable children. Totally unacceptable. 

The PPC is a party that stands for equal rights for all regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, economic status, etc. Our Charter of Rights and Freedoms are being violated and we are fighting for all Canadians. 

I think it’s also important to note, while we’re on the topic of racism in politics, that we currently have a Prime Minister who has done blackface multiple times.”

This comes after a Wednesday announcement the NDP ousted two candidates after posting anti-Semitic comments online.

Sidney Coles, running in Toronto-St. Paul’s, and Dan Osborne, running in the Nova Scotia riding of Cumberland-Colchester, have ended their campaigns.

Coles tweeted Israel was responsible for missing COVID-19 doses in the US last winter.

In 2019, Osborne tweeted at Oprah Winfrey asking “was Auschwitz a real place?”

Conservatives also recently announced the ousting of Beaches-East York candidate, Lisa Robinson, for years-old anti-Islamic tweets.

Robinson claims the posts were sent from a fake social media account she had reported to police in 2018. She has paused her campaign to explore her legal options.

As well, announced Friday, Spadina-Fort York Liberal candidate Kevin Vuong faces an allegation of a previous sexual assault.

The allegations were from an incident in 2019 which Vuong denies. Vuong is the second Liberal candidate who’s had to walk away from their campaigning due to reports of sexual misconduct. Vuong has been asked to pause the campaign.

Earlier this month, Liberal candidate Raj Saini dropped out of the federal election race following allegations of sexual misconduct. This after Trudeau and the Liberal Party gave the southwestern Ontario candidate backing to seek re-election despite a number of allegations of inappropriate behaviour toward young female staffers spanning his six years in office.

Risdon is a reporter for the Western Standard

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  1. David

    September 20, 2021 at 7:35 am

    Trudeau in blackface. Trudeau in Indian wedding costume.

    This so called teacher is showing students the Liberal two step. You’re a bad racist. I’m BETTER than you.

  2. Bill Mccann

    September 19, 2021 at 9:24 am

    So now freedom is racism? That teacher should be fired.

  3. Lisa

    September 18, 2021 at 11:59 am

    This is one of the reasons why we homeschool! If anyone thinks the educational system is non-biased, they aren’t paying attention.

  4. sbrasok@gmail.com

    September 17, 2021 at 7:24 pm

    Busted! Wish I was that dad. Scary that teachers are so grotesquely and willfully un/misinformed and worse, inflict their misinformation on students. Education needs a colon cleanse.

  5. Left Coast

    September 17, 2021 at 6:29 pm

    Teachers’ are overwhelmingly Marxists today . . . their Unions are dangerous to the well-being of your children. Put your kids in non-govt independent schools or Home School.

  6. berta baby

    September 17, 2021 at 2:38 pm

    That means they are scared… they want everyone scared as them , PPC represents freedom for all. No segregation like the rest of the parties that are the exact same …. No unvaxxed or those people … just freedom of choice

  7. francis witzel

    September 17, 2021 at 2:33 pm

    Awe yes the liberal fall back , call them racist, end the conversation before your found out lying. This is the go to line in the liberal line , every single time .

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Four Alberta doctors file lawsuit againt AHS and Yiu over forced vaccination

“The Plaintiffs oppose being forced against their will to be vaccinated without their informed consent as mandated by AHS,” the statement of claim reads.




A statement of claim was filed Friday against Alberta Health Services (AHS) and President and CEO of AHS, Dr. Verna Yiu by four Alberta doctors opposed to vaccination mandates.

“The Plaintiffs oppose being forced against their will to be vaccinated without their informed consent as mandated by AHS,” the statement of claim reads.

“Further, the Plaintiffs are opposed to disclosing their private health information or have disclosed their private health information with respect to their vaccination status against their will under threat of termination or unpaid long-term leave.”

The statement of claim says the plaintiffs are also concerned the COVID-19 vaccines are “experimental and have not undergone sufficient long-term safety observation,” and claim the ingredients for the vaccines have yet to be fully disclosed.

Plaintiff Dr. Joanna Moser is an anesthesiologist in Calgary and Red Deer and has had severe allergies to past vaccines. Moser is concerned about the risks she faces not knowing what the full list of ingredients are and fears having an adverse reaction to the shot but has been denied an exemption.

The legal filing also highlights the doctors’ concerns that “the COVID-19 vaccines do not provide full immunity,” and may only “lessen the severity of symptoms or potentially reduce the risk of hospitalization.”

In addition to citing numerous Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms violations and medical references disputing the safety and efficacy of the vaccines, the statement of claim also says the doctors are facing “discrimination” and have suffered “vilification and extreme ill-will” as a result of “false public statements” that the “unvaccinated are to blame for the pandemic.”

 Local lawyer, Jeffrey Rath of Rath & Company filed the statement of claim on behalf of his clients Friday afternoon and intends to file an injunction application on Monday.

“We’re filing the injunction to provide temporary relief for our clients and others while waiting for this to get to trial,” said Rath in an interview with the Western Standard.

“The injunction will bring broad-based relief to all those unvaccinated within AHS on the basis that it’s creating a toxic work environment and is willfully creating contempt and hatred towards unvaccinated staff members.”

An injunction, if successful, would force the vaccine mandates to be put on hold until the claim is finally determined.

Melanie Risdon is a reporter with the Western Standard

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Banned BC doctor claims COVID ‘the greatest propaganda campaign in human history’

“This is a pandemic caused by the vaccinations and were talking about high school level biology,” said Dr. Nagase.




The current COVID-19 crisis is because of a “pandemic caused by vaccination,” said banned Dr. Daniel Nagase, in an exclusive interview with the Western Standard.

Nagase, a B.C. doctor who came under fire for giving patients an unapproved treatment for COVID-19 while working in Alberta hospitals, has been relieved of his duties in September and is no longer permitted to work in Alberta Health Services facilities.

Early October, a video of Nagase speaking at an event commemorating the anniversary of the Nuremburg Trials went viral with his account of working in an Alberta hospital treating COVID-19 patients with Ivermectin, which is also used in agriculture settings.

Western Standard exclusive interview with Dr. Daniel Nagase

The Western Standard shared the video and subsequent tweets from AHS about the incident.

“All physicians — including temporary locums — are governed by AHS’ medical bylaws when working in an AHS facility. Under these bylaws, there are expectations for all physicians to follow regarding unapproved use of medical therapy,” said AHS.

Nagase said he is not against vaccines, but said “there’s never been anything like this given to humans,” referencing the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines.

“Medically speaking, scientifically speaking, this is a lot closer to gene therapy than it is other vaccines that have been put out in history,” Nagase said adding he has not had a COVID-19 shot yet.

Nagase said his life has been turned upside down since he began to speak out about his experience being relieved of duty for treating COVID-19 patients with Ivermectin, but added, “I wouldn’t have it any other way.”

Since his message has gone viral on social media, Nagase said he’s been able to reach more people with his message that “Ivermectin is a safe medication for coronavirus 19.”

Nagase has researched trials in other countries and said, “in every single one of those studies, Ivermectin worked. In moderate COVID and mild COVID mortality is reduced to zero.”

Also concerning to Nagase is that doctors are being prevented from treating patients as they would have been able to in the past.

“What they did is something that has never been done in 200 years of medical history. They banned doctors from trying a medication and banned patients from receiving it,” said Nagase of how Ivermectin was prohibited from being prescribed and used to treat COVID-19 in Canada.

Nagase has been banned from hospital practice in all AHS facilities, but is still able to practice if he opened his own office. However, Nagase said as of Monday, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta has asked him to voluntarily withdraw his licence.

“And usually when they demand you voluntarily withdraw your licence, it’s because they are leading up to involuntary revocation of your license,” he said.

Nagase also slammed the Alberta government for its handling of the health crisis.

“It has been completely anti-science,” Nagase said who went on to explain “when healthy people wear masks, you are actually driving the evolution for any virus to overcome that mask.”

“This is a pandemic caused by the vaccinations and were talking about high school level biology.

“I’m worried that we are living through the greatest propaganda campaign in human history,” Nagase said when asked why he believes there is such conflicting information around the pandemic.

When asked how he would have handled dealing with the pandemic, Nagase said, “two weeks to flatten the curve and that’s it. Isolate only the people that are at high risk of dying — that’s all.”

Nagase is in Calgary speaking at the Freedom Talk conference running Friday and Saturday. Details on the conference are here.

For those not on Facebook, the video will also be available here on Rumble.

Melanie Risdon is a reporter with the Western Standard

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BC Liberals refuse to accept Gunn as leadership candidate

“LEOC concluded that to approve Mr. Gunn’s candidacy would be inconsistent with the BC Liberal Party’s commitment to reconciliation, diversity and acceptance of all British Columbians,” said the party in a statement.




BC Liberals have told Aaron Gunn he will not be allowed to stand as a candidate for the leadership of the party.

“After a thorough review of Mr. Gunn’s statements on social media, both public and private, and after having provided Mr. Gunn with the opportunity to respond to concerns raised by certain of those statements, LEOC concluded that to approve Mr. Gunn’s candidacy would be inconsistent with the BC Liberal Party’s commitment to reconciliation, diversity and acceptance of all British Columbians,” said the party in a statement.

Gunn was less than pleased with the decision.

“Today, it became clear that conservatives, and all British Columbians who believe in common sense and freedom of speech, are no longer welcome in today’s BC Liberal party. I will be releasing a full statement later today, but rest assured, if you think this fight is over, you couldn’t be more wrong,” he tweeted.

Gunn tweet

“mm 7 unelected, non-Indigenous insiders decided my candidacy would be inconsistent with “reconciliation”… Meanwhile, it was ACTUALLY supported by the only Indigenous person in the race,” he tweeted.

“Imagine being so entitled and arrogant that you believe a small group of unelected insiders should decide the future direction of a political party and not its democratic membership.”

Gunn announced on October 9 he would try and run for the leadership.

“I’m tired of sitting on the sidelines … the policies being enacted are the antithesis to common sense,” Gunn told an enthusiastic crowd assembled at the Greek Community Centre in Saanich — a municipality of the Greater Victoria area — moments ago.

“For too long, politicians have promised us one thing, but failed to deliver once in power … under the NDP things have gotten worse,” he said, referring to John Horgan’s government.

“I think it’s time for a change, I think it’s time for renewal and I think it’s time for common sense,” he said moments before officially announcing his candidacy.

Gunn, 31, who planned on running under the banner: Bring Back Common Sense, tried to join six others — Gavin Dew, Kevin Falcon, Michael Lee, Val Litwin, Ellis Ross, and Renee Merrifield — who’ve already tossed their hats into the leadership race ring.

His said priorities would have included scrapping the carbon tax, “serious” health care reform, and opposing vaccine passports.

“I’ll be the only one in the race opposing those, as I believe I have a substantially different approach than the other candidates. I’ve got very clear positions on on the development of resources, on supporting our forest industry, on supporting our energy industry, and a whole bunch of other things.”

Gunn said changes need to come from the top.

“I think it all starts with political leadership,” he said.

“When (police) feel they don’t have the political support, or no one’s got their back, I think that trickles down into what you see in everyday policing issues. I know many police — I’ve talked to people in the Vic PD, for example — they know sometimes they arrest one of these people, and they do all the paperwork only to see them back on the streets in just a matter of days, or even less.

“So I think there’s lots of problems and, provincially, there’s only so much you can do, but you can direct prosecutors to pursue maximum sentences, and to pursue people who are repeatedly and flagrantly breaking the law.”

Gunn served Canada during a three-year stint in the Army Reserves straight out of university, before he went to work for the Canadian Taxpayer’s Federation where he founded and became executive director of the “Generation Screwed” initiative which battled government debt, among other issues.

He’s been on the fringes of the political scene for the past three years or so, and his YouTube videos have garnered more than 50 million views and tens of thousands of followers, making him one of British Columbia’s most listened to political voices. (As an example, his Facebook followers number 20,000 more than Premier John Horgan).

Gunn said he not only wants to rebrand the BC Liberal Party — which is not affiliated with its similarly named federal party, but to rename it, as well, to reflect his and other party member’s conservatism.

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