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.

CBC:

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.