Canada: Right Wing Street Protests Result in Over 40 People Arrested

Tim Hort
Daily Stormer
November 26, 2017

Yesterday there was a demonstration for Pepper nationalism in Quebec City as various right wing groups protested the liberal government.

I was there with Atlante Quebec (the guys with the Le Quebec aux Quebecois banner) – it was a fun time.

Well, except at one point some Antifa whore took off her pants and mooned us. That was kind of disgusting. Thankfully they do not show that here.


Between 300 and 400 members of far-right groups, including La Meute and Storm Alliance, marched in the rain to a convention centre that was hosting a major policy meeting of the governing Quebec Liberal party.

Quebec City police said they arrested 44 people in two waves. They took 21 people into custody around 12:45 p.m. near the convention centre and confiscated disguises, a sling shot, a billy club and bottles containing an unknown liquid.

“It’s tough to say to which group they belonged, but it’s clear they intended to counter La Meute’s demonstration,” said Andr√© Turcotte, spokesperson for Quebec City police.

A further 23 people were arrested when they failed to follow police orders to disperse later in the day. Officers used tear gas on counter-protesters who were throwing snowballs at them.

None of the guys arrested were Atlante Quebec.

I also for some reason doubt any of the boomers from La Meute were carrying bottles of ‘unidentified liquid’ or weapons.