That ploy is at use again in Toronto's current radical advocacy to prevent needed fiscal restraint and cutbacks to special interests whose endowments are paid by tax dollars of average citizens who would be disgusted by their activities.
Enter the usual suspects, led by the odious Queers Against Israeli Apartheid. However, in this case, it is in a rare instance where they have not publicized their other affiliation, because they may finally have realized the disdain they invoke through it.
When the fanatical intellectual pygmies of Queers Against Israeli Apartheid were told by Toronto Mayor Rob Ford last spring that Toronto's Pride Festival funding was in danger if they participated, they grudgingly withdrew. The anti-Israel bigots attempted to couch their retreat from the largest Gay Pride festival in the world as a strategic challenge to the mayor, but fooled no one. Had Pride's funds been yanked because of them, Queers Against Israeli Apartheid knew they would be reviled in a community whose approbation they critically require. Unable to restrain themselves and keep their word, a pathetic display they mounted at the Dyke March under a different guise threatened to cause a re-examination of whether Pride would receive funds. Fortunately for Pride, it escaped that danger by an unshaven leg hair.
Yet as everyone knows, Hell hath no fury like an irrational, taste-challenged, non-gender normative, sexual minority scorned. Now that the radical left is trying to mount a challenge to the proposed round of cuts that the Mayor is examining to try to bring the city's huge deficit under control, the movement to try to vilify Rob Ford is being led by none other than the same mindless zealots who have sided with tyrannies against the middle east's only democracy. They appear to bear a burning grudge against the Mayor who stymied them.
Familiar names like Jenny Peto, who authored an anti-Semitic OISE thesis, Tim McCaskell, Mary-Jo Nadeau, Farzana Doctor, Jason Kunin, Jesse Zimmerman, Andy Lehrer, Liisa Schofield, Syed Hussan, Justin Podur, Alan Sears, Judy Rebick, etc, who are either members or friends of al-QuAIA, are all at the forefront of the new anti-Ford movement.
Voters in the provincial riding of Davenport might be interested to learn that their NDP candidate Jonah Schien also is among those who signed on to the anti-Ford petition filled with Marxist-sounding claptrap that wants more of your tax funds to be diverted to paying for services to illegal aliens among a host of other fatuous proposals.
|Idiots of the world, Unite! You|
have nothing to lose but your dignity...
and that boat's already sailed anyway
With the media ganging up on him, Rob Ford's popularity has taken a slight dip recently, but that's likely to turn around soon thanks to the coalition of buffoons shrilly trying to demonize him.