Remember that Oakville shop teacher who started calling himself Kayla Lemieux and walking around with two of the most absurd caricatures of titties either of us has ever seen? Well apparently some goy named Michael Bator has had enough, and he’s organizing a little protest outside of Oakville Trafalgar High School.

Michael Bator Personal Website:

We have reached a new level of depravity.  With all of the stealing of parental rights we are now seeing the devastating impact that the ‘Woke Agenda’ is having on our society.  I can’t stand idle, I cannot look the other way as inclusive, while all pretty sounding is really the child grooming and sexualizing of our children, it has to stop and stop now.  This is not just a slippery slope, we have now fallen off the cliff of morality.  See for yourself. #TooFar

His little blurb is not overly well written, but it’s the thought that counts. He also refers to a tweet with the “see for yourself,” link to one “White Wabbit Warrior.” That seems like a red herring, since all I can find on the guys timeline is some anti-vax stuff and general patriotism, but at least he’s laughing at the right people.

I’ve been extremely harsh on the PPC, although mostly Maxime Bernier. The problem with the “People’s Party of Canada,” is that it isn’t really the People’s Party, it’s Maxime Bernier’s 100k+/yr grift operation. This is a goofball career politician who lost some relatively apolitical behind the scenes cuck power politics in the koshervative party of Canada, and he’s taking his annoying and fake semi-populist show on the road.

But even with that I’m still tepidly endorsing this protest. If you are in the Oakville area give it a looksie. Someone needs to do something about these disgusting pervert groomers, and that someone might as well be you. At the very least, you’ll probably find out that real life activism is a lot more fun than you had previously believed. 2:45PM tomorrow. Be there.

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  1. I would be there if I were in Canada. I’m not, so I won’t. I’m there in spirit.

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