Homosexual Lobby & Toronto "Hate Squad" Get Jamaican Singer's Gig Cancelled
Written by Paul Fromm
Monday, 11 July 2011 05:50
Homosexual Lobby & Toronto "Hate Squad" Get Jamaican Singer's Gig Cancelled

Forget all the talk about "diversity," "tolerance" and "inclusion". Toronto's homosexual lobby and their pals in the Metropolitan Toronto Police force's "hate squad" will try to squelch any criticism of the fey practice. It's "tolerance" and "inclusiveness" for US, but not for anyone who might have another opinion.

The latest victim of Toronto's political police, er, music police, and the homosexual censorship lobby headed up by EGALE (Equality for Gays and Lesbians Everywhere) is a Jamaican Rastafarian singer named Capleton (just one name). Because he is "known for violently anti-gay lyrics, has had to move his Canada Day concert from downtown Toronto to Brampton, after criticism from the gay community. With songs alluding to fierce violence against homosexuals, the singer was originally booked to perform at the Sound Academy, the waterfront concert venue. According to Catherine Fowler, a spokeswoman for the venue, 'we were unaware of the nature of the lyrics of this artist' when Capleton was originally booked by an outside promoter.
Sound Academy was contacted by the gay-rights advocacy group Egale Canada, which also alerted Toronto’s police hate-crimes unit. Capleton, whose music regularly extols Rastafarian tenants [we think the Globe means tenets] of purity and individual rights, nevertheless includes references to such violent acts as 'bun out ah chi chi/blood out ah chi chi,' referring to burning and bleeding a homosexual. ... A message on what appears to be CVR’s Twitter site notes that the concert has been moved to Brampton’s Rozz Entertainment Complex, 'due to the batty Man Parade & their one side ways.' This refers to this weekend’s [Gay] Pride parade. (Batty man is a derogatory Jamaican term, typically used against homosexuals.)
Ms. Fowler from Sound Academy said that the venue was already considering cancelling the show before meeting with hate-crimes officers Thursday morning and confirming the cancellation." (Globe and Mail, July 1, 2011)

What a pathetic spectacle: the "hate squad" helping the homosexual lobby enforce its whims as to whose music and ideas can be heard!

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"White Girl Bleeds A Lot" -- The Jungle Comes to Milwaukee
Written by Paul Fromm
Saturday, 09 July 2011 01:11
*"White Girl Bleeds A Lot" -- The Jungle Comes to Milwaukee*
*Mil Chief calls looting, beatings in Riverwest barbaric
*By Meg Jones of the *Journal Sentinel
*July 6, 2011
Shaina Perry remembers the punch to her face, blood streaming from a cut
over her eye, her backpack with her asthma inhaler, debit card and cellphone
stolen, and then the laughter.

"They just said 'Oh, white girl bleeds a lot,' " said Perry, 22, who was
attacked at Kilbourn Reservoir Park over the Fourth of July weekend.
Though Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn noted Tuesday that crime is
colorblind, he called the Sunday night looting of a convenience store near
the park and beatings of a group of people who had gone to the park
disturbing, outrageous and barbaric.
Police would not go quite as far as others in connecting the events; Flynn
said several youths "might" be involved in both.
"We're not going to let any group of individuals terrorize or bully any of
our neighborhoods," Flynn said.
Perry was among several who were injured by a mob they said beat and robbed
them and threw full beer bottles while making racial taunts. *The injured
people were white; the attackers were African-American, witnesses said.
*Store video of the BP station at E. North Ave. and N. Humboldt Blvd. shows
the business being ransacked. A clerk at BP confirmed to the Journal
Sentinel that he was busy waiting on customers when one or two people held
the door open to let others rush in and steal snacks and candy.
Not far away, 20 to 25 friends from Milwaukee's Riverwest neighborhood had
gathered at the park shortly before midnight to watch some fireworks set off
by a neighbor. In interviews with 11 people who said they were attacked or
witnessed the attack, a larger group of youths appeared in another section
of the park around midnight and were joined by more young people running up
the park's stairs.
At some point the group of friends and the group of youths intersected;
those interviewed said the attack appeared to be unprovoked.
"I saw people dancing and I figured they were just having a good time," said
Riverwest resident Jessica Bublitz, 28.
Minutes later Bublitz saw a male friend hit in the temple and fall down. Her
fiancé told her to run to safety. James Zajackowski, 28, said things
suddenly turned chaotic.
"Within 30 seconds to a minute, bottles were flying and people started
getting punched. I was in shock. I thought, 'Really? Is this really
happening?' I was on the ground, people were trying to get into my pockets,
I could feel their hands but I held on to my cellphone and my wallet," said
Zajackowski, a census worker.
Emily Mowrer, 27, was not hurt but saw her friends beaten and punched and
full beer bottles thrown at them. Her boyfriend was punched. She saw Perry
lying with blood on her face, not moving. She called 911 on her cellphone.
"I saw some of my friends on the ground getting beat pretty severely. They
got away with one of my friends' bikes.
Some people had their wallets stolen," said Mowrer, who owns a house with
her boyfriend in Riverwest. "It didn't seem like it was a mugging - it
seemed like an attack. Like they weren't after anything - just violence."
Andy Lange, 29, a social worker who has lived in Riverwest for 10 years,
said one of his friends was hit in the head with a bottle and needed staples
to close the wound. Lange said he was struck in the face and didn't even see
who hit him.
Perry needed three stitches to close a cut above her eye. She said she saw a
friend getting kicked and when she walked up to ask what was happening, a
man punched her in the face.
*"I heard laughing as they were beating everybody up*. They were eating
chips like it was a picnic," said Perry, a restaurant cashier. "All I
remember is seeing bright lights (after the punch), then my backpack was
gone and blood was spurting out of my head."
A police spokeswoman on Monday said police received no reports of mobs of
people committing crimes in the Riverwest area, only the reports of two
armed robberies.
At the Tuesday news conference, Flynn attempted to defuse reports that mobs
of youth were running through the Riverwest neighborhood attacking citizens.
However, he acknowledged that those responsible for the BP store looting and
attacks at Kilbourn Reservoir Park had mob-like characteristics.
"Clearly we had mob-like behavior in the incidents involving the robberies
at Reservoir Park as well as the ransacking of the BP station. . . .
Certainly we had elements of mob-like behavior that challenged us on July
3," Flynn said.
With an estimated 200,000 people watching the lakefront fireworks, which
ended about 10:30 p.m. Sunday, there was heavy traffic in the area as people
headed home and police were responding to fights.
The BP was overrun shortly before midnight, and minutes later the attacks
occurred in the park. Several people seen on the BP station surveillance
video may have been involved in the park beatings, Flynn said.
Two strong-arm robberies were investigated by police at the park, the first
at 11:50 p.m. and the second, involving Perry, at 12:15 a.m. Three males -
two 16-year-olds and one 18-year-old - were arrested in the first robbery.
No arrests have been made in the attack on Perry.
Most of the 11 people who told the* Journal Sentinel* they were attacked or
witnessed the attacks on their friends said that police did not take their
complaints seriously. They each said police responded to the scene quickly
and tended to the injured, but officers did not take statements from them
and told them to leave the area.
"You've got 20-plus people giving eyewitness accounts. I'm very surprised
that they said it wasn't a mob," said Mowrer.
Lange said he told an officer about the beatings but noticed the officer
didn't write anything down or note his name. Bublitz tried to tell an
officer that her three-speed bicycle had been stolen and that one of her
friends was hurt but said the officer told her he was looking for evidence.
"About 20 of us stayed to give statements and make sure everyone was
accounted for. The police wouldn't listen to us, they wouldn't take our
names or statements. They told us to leave. It was completely infuriating,"
Bublitz said.
Jesse Garza of the *Journal Sentinel* staff contributed to this report.
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