We interrupt this regularly scheduled broadcast to bring you yet another article about Faith Goldy, which again, has nothing to do with Russia.
You see, we have to write about her again, because, when a damsel is being mistreated, much less a conservative Christian one, we can't stand idly by, like the Canadian police did last week while she was being roughed up by Antifa degenerates. It looks bad. Besides, Friday's article about her seemed to generate a lot of interest and a very lively discussion.
So here's the latest rumpus. A few months back, she said in a YouTube interview that she thinks it is fine for white people to say and believe the following: "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children.", repeating those exact words.
Ms. Goldy enjoying the outdoors
This was too much for the San Francisco flower children who run Patreon, so they booted her from their platform, where, ironically, they welcome Antifa groups.
So she made a very smart and entertaining video to highlight the absurdity of this.
She went on the streets of Toronto and asked people to sign a petition with the exact same wording, just replacing the word "white" with the words "aboriginal", which is Canada-speak for "native American Indian". The good citizens of Toronto heartily endorsed this very sensible idea, and she filmed their enthusiasm.
The video is very well-done, and we point out again, Goldy is a talented journalist. We have a feeling you will be hearing more about her.
She is a social media force, and has 90,000 followers on Twitter, 57,000 on YouTube, 27,000 on Instagram, and 22,000 on Facebook. Show some support by following her. Her YouTube videos regularly get in excess of 100,000 views.
She says she is going to open an account at Freestartr, a new funding platform, which, unlike Patreon, guarantees free speech.