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Canadian Anti-Hate Network Served Court Order To Cease & Desist Defamation

After having failed to prevent the official registration of the Canadian Nationalist Party leading up to the recent 43rd Federal Election last year (despite being generously funded by large financial institutions such as the Bank Of Montreal), the so-called “Canadian Anti-Hate Network” has been served a court order to cease and desist defamatory publication against our constituency.

The Canadian Nationalist Party has been falsely-accused of engaging in criminal activity by the Canadian Anti-Hate Network and has been ordered by a court of common law to cease and desist immediately.

The Canadian Anti-Hate Network has been linked to the notorious Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) in the United States.

Last year, Canadian Anti-Hate Network took particular exception to certain forms of activism from the Canadian Nationalist Party, filing criminal complaints in response to a video published entitled “Beware The Parasitic Tribe” which describe a group who infiltrate the media, hijack the central bank, and infect the body politic. They have also engaged in an extensive campaign threatening to “expose” those who submitted a membership declaration to Elections Canada in support of the party’s application to register as a federal party and democratically compete in the most recent 43rd Federal Election.

Their online webpage, which is often used to publish defamatory material, has been known to deny access from particular web browsers which offer protection from surveillance measures, such as the well-known Tor Browser.

Board Members of the Canadian Anti-Hate Network Bernie Farber (Thornhill, Ontario), Amira Elghawaby (Ottawa, Ontario), Richard Warman (Ottawa, Ontario), and Kurt Phillips (Drumheller, Alberta) have all falsely-accused the Canadian Nationalist Party in one form or another.

Kurt Phillips is one of the newest additions to the board after being ousted in a lawsuit he had been named in regarding his blog “Anti-Racist Canada”. Phillips secretly ran the blog for over a decade under the guise of anonymity with the implication that the public would not learn of his identity.

Richard Warman is a contributor to the Canadian Jewish Record, despite the fact he is not Jewish to begin with. Similarly, Bernie Farber has been lobbying the Government Of Canada on behalf of the Canadian Jewish Congress despite not being Jewish either. In the position, Farber claims to be the “representative organization voice of the Jewish community” and that the Canadian Jewish Congress is the “democratically representative organization of Canada’s Jewish community of some 35,000 people … organized into a federated structure of eight regions across the country and its decision-making boards comprise nationally elected regional and local community representatives.”

Amira Elghawaby is a Canadian spokesperson for the Council On American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), an organization which has been designated as a terrorist group by the United Arab Emirates for allegedly being associated with the Muslim Brotherhood, promoting extremism, and financing terrorism.

It seems the Canadian Anti-Hate Network is now turning its attention to law enforcement agencies in our country.

In an article published December 30th, the group complains about how so-called “hate speech” laws are being enforced in Canada (or the lack therof) and that perhaps the “main roadblock” to more punitive measures are police services themselves.

The group claims it feels as though they are “banging [their] heads against the wall” in trying to get Canadian citizens charged with criminal liabilities.