Tag Archives: six nations reserve

Ryerson Professor Winnie Ng Suports Notable Con-Artist Kevin Annett!

Winnie Ng

We have a new actor to discuss in the International Socialist’s cast-of-characters. Today I introduce to you Winnie Ng, a professor at Ryerson University who currently holds the chair for the CAW-Sam Gindin Chair in Social Justice and Democracy. Winnie’s seat was previously held by, darling of the Black Bloc Judy Rebick!

The deeper I research into these people, the more it seems to me they are involved in a sinister conspiracy to take advantage of Canada’s indigenous communities…

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Action Plan: Help Us Stop Kevin Annett’s Fraud!


After three articles, and a very long debate, Kevin Annett’s credibility is no longer. He has been uncovered for lying, changing his story multiple times, and his rather dodgy charitable collections to a trailer park in Florida…

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Dave Vasey Has Deep Respect For Violent Men…

This man is dangerous...

The more I learn about Dave Vasey the more disturbed I am that this man is accepted by his community as a leader. Besides his bullying and attacking people’s family members (standard activities for an International Socialist), Dave’s support of violence should cause call Canadians a deep sense of distress…

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The Story of a Psychopath, Fake Mass Graves, and a Native Uprising…

This Man Is A Psychopath...

I first heard about Kevin Annett when he was coming to Occupy Vancouver. There was a debate going on already, about someone’s proposal to ‘occupy the churches’ in the name of justice for Canadian indigenous residential schools. The plan was to invade and occupy a Catholic and a United church in downtown Vancouver.

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Occupy Toronto Has A Black Bloc Problem…

Black Bloc Marching At Occupy Toronto's Police Violence March Last Friday

When I arrived at Occupy Toronto I was told that “there are no Black Bloc at OT.” Being someone who gives the benefit of doubt, I accepted this- that said, it didn’t take long before I saw this was not true…

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