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Right-wing assholes in Canada:
A research project

Barbara Perry research paper

I read about a research paper purporting to document the current reality of right-wing extremists in Canada. After a bit of a battle, its lead author, Barbara Perry, deigned to give me a copy of it, which I read and critiqued. (2017.02.16)


  1. First, look at my blog posts about right-wing assholes. (Includes announcement of this project.)

  2. See my postings at another site.

  3. Not Evan Balgord’s journalist’s guide to reporting on the anti-Islam/anti-Muslim movement in Canada: Left-wing journalist Evan Balgord threatened to write such a guide, so I wrote it for him. (2017.07.13)

  4. I wrote a letter to the Toronto Police Public Safety Unit requesting that they require antifa (and anyone else in the following category) who attend protests with their faces covered to remove such coverings – or leave. (The first journalist who reads this paragraph and writes in to request a copy of my letter gets one.) (2017.04.25)

  5. Mike Montague of Soldiers of Odin, in an exchange that I assured him was otherwise not for publication, barred me outright from interviewing or questioning Soldiers of Odin members. He further explained that members have an ironclad ban against talking to the press.

    This will not remotely stop me from chatting up Soldiers of Odin as individuals and under any agreed-upon circumstances. But I note an inconsistency in that the Serbian anti‑SJW/anti‑antifa video blogger in Vancouver who calls himself Squatting Slav was allowed to not just interview and question Soldiers of Odin there but do a walkabout with them. (Neither Montague nor the Slav answered questions.) (2017.04.27)

Updated: 2017.07.27 11:28

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