1995 Audit of
From Coast to Coast - Highlights of Specific Incidents
- "Toten Wir Juden" (Let's kill Jews) is written on a wall of Nepean High
School, in suburban Ottawa. Police were notified. No perpetrators have been
- The notorious forgery, "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" is
distributed in Armstrong and Vernon B.C.
- Detergent is put into the locks of the front doors of Calgary's
Congregation House of Jacob, Mikveh Israel. Police were notified.
- "Winston's Journal", published in Ponoka, Alberta, asserts Jews are behind
the abortion industry, refers to the Holocaust as the 'Holohoax', and declares
itself to be a "beacon of light in the darkened land of ZOG".
- Glen Kealy, on radio in Vancouver, says
Aryan Nations and
set-ups by the Rothschild bankers to divert attention from bankers' real
- Holocaust denial material is sent to Kelowna Secondary School, originating
Institute for Historical Review, but mailed locally.
Charles Scott, Aryan of the Year, has hate-line announcing Jews are
Satanic and the children of Lucifer, that 'Jew-parasites' lied about history
and promote genocide through abortion.
- Anti-Semitic propaganda is received in at least three locations in Nova
Scotia. Materials sent to the Anglo-Jewish media.
- Graffiti found on a wall in Toronto which reads "Don't believe in their
promised land, kill the rich now." The incident was reported to the police and
the graffiti was removed.
- The Yonge/Eglinton neighborhood of Toronto is plastered with "European
Heritage Week" posters produced by the neo-Nazi
Nationalist Party of Canada
(NPOC). Copies of the offending posters were sent to B'nai Brith as well as to
the Canadian Jewish Congress. The NPOC is headed by well known racist and
anti-Semite Don Andrews.
- "Juden Raus" (Jews Out) is found written on a sign outside Vancouver's
Har El Synagogue and the incident reported to police.
- Montreal's main Jewish Community Centre receives an anonymous letter
stating "We would have won the referendum, if only Hitler would have done his
job," someone imitating messages posted on the internet after the Referendum.
- A Jewish day school in Toronto receives a message on its telephone
answering machine stating "This is Hitler, I'm going to burn down your
f---ing school." The perpetrator has not been found.
- A law office in St. Catharines, Ontario, is vandalized with the words
"Jew bastard". The incident was reported to local police.
- A professor at Concordia University in Montreal receives an anonymous note
at his office containing swastikas and the words, "Dirty Jew". Perpetrator(s)
have not been found.
- A "Jews for Jesus" advertisement is placed in the Toronto Star. The ad
specifically called for Jews to accept Jesus as their messiah. Complaints were
lodged with the paper's ombudsman's office, and the publisher extended an
apology to the Jewish community for violating the Star's own guidelines.
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