Canada: Government and Bankers Pay "Antifa" Members to Dox and Attack Right Wingers

Last week, Kurt Phillips of Anti-Racist Canada (ARC) retired his blog after 13 years. 

ARC was an early pioneer of the tactic of "doxing," where leftists post the addresses, photos of homes, and other personal information of political dissidents in order to threaten and intimidate them into silence. Over the years, Phillips has targeted free speech activists, Canadian nationalists, Proud Boys, immigration skeptics and even the Canadian Yellow Vest movement, sometimes paired with thinly veiled calls to violence. 

Even his farewell message encourages readers to follow explicitly violent anarchist groups and left-wing "skinheads" like SHARP. 

Early this year, Phillips was himself exposed as a gay communist teacher at St. Anthony's Catholic school in Drumheller, Alberta, where he continues to work despite revelations of his activities and litigation alleging unethical and potentially illegal behavior.

While Phillips is calling it quits at ARC, this is only because of a sinecure he has received at Bernie Farber's antifa NGO, the "Canadian Anti-Hate Network," (CAN) where Phillips is now a board member. Farber is a Zionist Jewish activist who was criticized for claiming to be a homosexual in 2009 in order to promote Israel and protest a pro-Palestine group at an gay parade. 

CAN engages in similar activities as ARC, specializing in doxing and creating media narratives to demonize right-wingers in Canada. CAN's position on violence appears to be purely legalistic, with its "About" page stating "We do not, however, engage in any on-the-ground organizing and encourage you to contact your local anti-racist groups if you want to get involved at that level." The anti-racist groups they are referring to are mostly communist and anarchist "antifa" groups who use force to deny Canadians with different political opinions their civil liberties.  

What is most shocking about CAN is who is paying Phillips to harass people: the Canadian government and banking establishment. 

In October, the multinational investment bank Bank of Montreal (BMO) provided CAN with a $250,000 donation to expand its "antifa" operations. This was followed up with another big cash injection from the Canadian state itself through its "Anti-Racist Action" program, which allocated $270,000 to CAN's activities of "monitoring" and "combating" right-wing groups.   

The dynamic doesn't seem to bother self-described anti-capitalists tripping over one another for the money of bankers and Canadian plutocrats.

Non-governmental organizations, often funded by billionaires and business interests, have always been a vital lifeline for the phony left. Now Canada appears to be one of the first nations to use taxpayer dollars to outright fund left-wing paramilitary activity and organized online harassment.

The fact that the "Anti-Racist Action" grant program shares its name with the "antifa" terrorist group is unlikely to be a coincidence. If you were to ask Kurt Phillips, he is likely to proudly agree.