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From Canadian Broadcasting Corporation:

Mayor Tory condemns Toronto Public Library for booking speaker accused of transphobia

John Tory’s office unsuccessfully asked city librarian to reconsider decision
Julia Knope · Posted: Oct 17, 2019

In a news release issued Thursday, Mayor John Tory

I was not aware that the mayor of Toronto is named John Tory, which is kind of like an English enlisted soldier being named Tommy Atkins.

spoke out against the Toronto Public Library for refusing to cancel a controversial event set for Oct. 29.

Mayor John Tory says he is “disappointed” in the Toronto Public Library’s refusal to cancel an event featuring a speaker who has made controversial remarks about transgender women.

“I don’t agree with the decision,” Tory said in a press release Thursday.

“I’m disappointed in the Toronto Public Library’s decision to allow this talk to go ahead on its property.”

The third-party event, scheduled for Oct. 29, features Meghan Murphy, a freelance writer who runs a website called Feminist Current. Murphy has written that “allowing men to identify as women” endangers women and undermines women’s rights.

Ontario writers blast Toronto Public Library for booking speaker accused of transphobia

Tory isn’t the only one with concerns.

Jill Andrew, NDP MPP for Toronto-St. Paul’s, says she was “dismayed” to learn of the library’s refusal to cancel the event.

“A person who publicly espouses hate speech should not be given a platform to disseminate their views at a publicly funded institution such as the TPL,” Andrew said. …

In a written statement to CBC Toronto, Murphy said women and girls around the world have concerns about the “impact of gender legislation” and deserve to be heard.

“It is unconscionable that the mayor of Toronto would attempt to pressure the TPL to cancel this event,” her statement reads.

“What I am saying is not controversial, and certainly is not hateful … We deserve space for this conversation and our concerns deserve respect.”

 
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  1. fnn says:

    It makes you wonder if this part of the ongoing war between lesbians and transwomen.

    • Replies: @Bob
  2. No, they’re making them exactly like they used to, which is why we’re now regrettably no longer Her Majesty’s loyal subjects.

    World War T looking like the Patriarchy Strikes Back.

    • Agree: bruce county
  3. Let the record show he raised no objection to Pedophile, I mean, Drag Queen Storytime at the Toronto Public Library.

  4. For better or worse, John Tory is representative of the tribe I’m stuck with. What a low and worthless people we “old stock” Anglo Canadians are. What groveling, “classical liberal”, conformist dross we are now. Prove me wrong, please. Come on, prove me wrong.

    I expect nothing from my fellow Anglo Canadian other than snark, happy talk and endless submission. We’re fucked as any kind of country and we all know it. We’re all just the detritus left by the high tide of the British Empire.

  5. And to think these people kicked us out twice.

    • Replies: @bruce county
  6. nymom says:

    Well I guess there is a strange sort of justice in this happening to young women since many of these young women mothers supported a lot of nonsense in the media which led to their current predicament.

    I am not sure how this is going to end actually. It could be the end of women’s sports or even all-women’s institutions like jails and shelters. Somehow I don’t think men will be as impacted as a woman identifying as a man is highly unlikely to petition to be let into a men’s facility unless she has a death wish. Whereas I can see thousands of men trying to be allowed into women’s facilities just for the safety factor alone…

    I guess only time will tell…

    • Replies: @Pericles
  7. inertial says:

    I am a time traveler from the long ago year of 1993. What does “transphobia” mean? Fear of translators? Transformers? Public transportation?

  8. The third-party event, scheduled for Oct. 29, features Meghan Murphy, a freelance writer who runs a website called Feminist Current. Murphy has written that “allowing men to identify as women” endangers women and undermines women’s rights.

    You know, men who call themselves ‘feminists’ are extremely irritating, but it seems like radical female feminists are the only ones putting up any fight against the gender confusionists. What Murphy says about “allowing men to identify as women” is 100% correct.

    • Replies: @SFG
  9. SFG says:
    @Ghost of Bull Moose

    I don’t like either of them, but the radical feminists hate biological men more. So even if the gender confusionists are FOS, I’m still going to root for them in a Stalin-over-Hitler kind of way. (Feel free to reverse that, you know what I mean.)

  10. And this guy’s considered a right-winger up there.

    (I should say down there. They’re more than a degree closer to the Equator.The Blue Jays are farther south than the Mariners and Twins, an not much farther north than the Brewers.)

    But this is a country which once had a Prime Minister named Avril. Look it up.

    The city’s new flag suggests the whole country’s going down the drain:

    Incidentally, 1998 was to Toronto what 1898 was to New York:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amalgamation_of_Toronto#1998_amalgamation

    Is that how the Tories can win? After all, it was their doing.

    • Replies: @bruce county
  11. The funniest thing in the story is this quote from Meghan Murphy:

    “What I am saying is not controversial, and certainly is not hateful … We deserve space for this conversation and our concerns deserve respect.”

    Since there is in fact a controversy about what she is saying, by definition what she is saying is “controversial”! And that is precisely why her concerns deserve respect and a public airing.

    If her views were completely non-controversial, there would be no need for her to speak up.

    Not very long ago, the Left prided itself on being “edgy,” “transgressional,” etc.

    Now, someone who is a public controversialist feels she has to falsely claim she is not controversial.

    I do wonder where this will end: bestiality, necrophilia, public murder events to satisfy the extreme sadists, or what?

    Sailer correctly predicted World War T. Anyone have any idea as to what the next Leftist crusade will be? My imagination fails me.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @El Dato
    , @AndrewR
  12. The Good Mayor will be hosting book bannings and burnings soon.
    His chocolate/immigrant city of crime and mayhem will resemble many Americvan cities within 10 years. Its a God damned freak show already.
    I left Toronto in ’94 and have never returned except to land at Pearson to be immersed in the “Wonders of Diversity”.
    I’ll take the “freak show” of the late 60’s and the 70’s on Yonge St. over what one sees now on Yonge.
    Third World!!!

  13. The dispute that needs be settled here regards the natural rights of men and women. It’ll be settled as it always has been, with shots of sexual attraction leavened with measures of reasoned cultural restraint, and children. Disputes regarding the rights of transgenders are not relevant to the lifeblood of any culture. Even ours.

  14. @PhysicistDave

    Since there is in fact a controversy about what she is saying, by definition what she is saying is “controversial”!

    Perhaps she means that it’s not controversial scientifically.

  15. Dan Hayes says:

    Steve,

    They’re certainly not making Rob Ford, Tory’s immediate predecessor, like they used to. As you may recall, Mayor Ford led a rather eventful drug and alcohol filled life before succumbing to cancer.

    His brother Doug Ford is the present Ontario Premier and is purported to be conservative (whatever that means by Canadian standards). Does anyone hear have a handle on the late mayor’s politics?

  16. @Redneck farmer

    Indeed we did Redneck… but as usual we said we were sorry. LOL…
    I believe we fought the wrong war. My family (engineers and teachers) is in Jolly ol’ England, think they and us here in Kandifra are doing just fine. I do not talk to those fools anymore.

  17. @inertial

    You would have feared riding on any form of the the TTC or Go even back in ’93 my friend..

  18. Canada seems to be ground zero for this insanity – “Jessica” Yaniv is their national idol. Although, NZ seems to be running a close second, these days.

    The only Canadian I know who isn’t fully on board with this stuff is a Morman.

    Oz has somehow managed to resist this tide to some extent. I wonder why that is? I would think NZ would be more rural and socially conservative, but maybe that is false – they were the first to allow women to vote.

  19. I stand with the brave transwomen!

  20. @Reg Cæsar

    I did look it up (Wikipedia) I sure didn’t see no Avril anyone except for Avril Lavigne.

    Whats in a name when you had a President named Barak. I suspect it won’t be long before we have a Sihk as Prime Minister. I hope this sad sack of a country has enough sense to never let that happen.
    Jagmeet Singh. Jesus what have we done???

    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
    , @Reg Cæsar
  21. Anonymous[315] • Disclaimer says:

    As blue blooded and connected as anyone in Canada. His political career has not been overly successful. His biography well worth reading. Not sure who a contemporary American equivalent might be.

    “Tory, the eldest of four, was born in Toronto, Ontario, to Elizabeth (née Bacon) and John A. Tory, president of Thomson Investments Limited and a director of Rogers Communications.His grandfather was lawyer John S. D. Tory and his great-grandfather founded Sun Life of Canada. One of Tory’s ancestors, James Tory, was a soldier in the 71st Scottish Regiment. He was captured and held as a prisoner of war during the American Revolution. He later settled in Nova Scotia in the 1780s.” https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Tory

  22. Peterike says:

    I no longer care about anything these idiots say.

  23. newrouter says:
    @inertial

    >I am a time traveler from the long ago year of 1993. What does “transphobia” mean? <

    Fear of Trans Ams?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @The Alarmist
  24. @bruce county

    We’re a broken, gelded, flabby and shabby people. Our grandfathers would spit on us and they’d be right to do so.

  25. @bruce county

    I did look it up (Wikipedia) I sure didn’t see no Avril anyone except for Avril Lavigne.

    Mrs Hershey Felder of Cambridge, Massachusetts Paris, France was christened “Avril” in 1947:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hershey_Felder

    I believe she’s the only PM to wish a hurricane death on a US president, but I may be wrong about that.

    • Replies: @bruce county
  26. Anon[908] • Disclaimer says:

    Presumably this venue has a capacity of 20 folding chairs.

  27. @newrouter

    >I am a time traveler from the long ago year of 1993. What does “transphobia” mean? <

    Fear of Trans Ams?

    Or defunct airlines?

  28. Anonymous[315] • Disclaimer says:

    Better known as. Avril Phaedra Douglas “Kim” Campbell PC CC OBC QC (born March 10, 1947) is a Canadian politician, diplomat, lawyer and writer who served as the 19th prime minister of Canada from June 25, 1993, to November 4, 1993. Campbell is the first and only woman to hold the position.

  29. Anonymous[375] • Disclaimer says:

    It’s just the politically expedient thing to do in a leftist hothouse. You will never see somebody like John Tory make any statement or take any stand on the ‘right’ on any issue. The left is just much more intense and troublesome. They hold grudges and can hobble you in other areas once you get on their radar.

    Tory is actually a corporate, middle of the road sort, but he knows he is vulnerable to an increasingly radical left, being a white male. He will pander to radicals to keep the trouble off of his own back. The political class is increasingly filled with homosexuals and radical feminists, so it’s probably a wise move.

  30. @Reg Cæsar

    Ya Kimmy darling was a charm… all of her 11 months of being the Prime Minister.

    You are very correct..She did wish death on Trumpy…

    As much as this country is going to shit…. I still am proud to be Canadian. Regardless that you think I live on a rock …lol.. I havent forgot Reg. This area is know as Ontario’s West Coast for a reason. Its absolutley beautiful living on Lake Huron. Miles sfrom any black plague..Not far enough away to keep the Pakkis and Dot Indians away.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  31. Anonymous[375] • Disclaimer says:
    @jimmyriddle

    There is a certain strain of ‘rural’ who has aspirations of being sophisticated. Or at least they don’t want to be thought of as hillbillies. They jump on this stuff quickly and latch on tightly.

    It’s a similar phenomenon to Steve’s comment on b-tier colleges being most aggressive about adopting new Ivy League intellectual fads.

    • Replies: @AKAHorace
  32. istevefan says:

    Most of us know the coalition of the fringes is quite weak and could be easily fractured if the leadership on the Right wanted to do it. Though this bizarre incident is taking place in Toronto, I am sure the same thing has, or will happen here. It would be so easy to pit one fringe group against another. Yet our leadership not only refrains from attempting to fracture the coalition, it actively insults its own core by pandering to the various fringe groups as though it thinks it could poach them from the democrat party, e.g. criminal justice reform and “the blacks built this country.”

    If only we had leadership that went for the jugular like the Left.

    • Replies: @Johnny Smoggins
  33. Art Deco says:

    NB, this individual was once chairman of the Conservative Party of Ontario. His activities of late have consisted of throwing darts at the Conservative Party’s federal leader for some demurral on cross subsidies for one or another sector. That the Conservative Party hasn’t expelled him is indicative of how useless are the Canadian ‘Conservatives’.

    • Agree: Johann Ricke
  34. Anon[908] • Disclaimer says:
    @inertial

    One of the effects of being a long term expat in Asia is that you are in a sense a time traveller if you go for spells not paying that much attention to US goings-on. Every time you check back in, you have a Rip van Winkle experience versus the boiling frog experience that stateside people have had.

    I remember trying to comprehend the Seattle riots, figure out what globalization was, and piece together why college kids and longshoremen were allies.

  35. @Cagey Beast

    Eh theres still a few decent anglos hanging around out in the boonies east of Toronto.

    But I totally agree in general. The vast majority of anglo canadians are pathetic, like mr. Tory. Scottish, Irish, and Italian are all less cucked.

    Look at the state of the United Church of Canada. Just look at the website.

    Without the P (real P, not gay United Church stuff), WASPs are pathetic, cultureless, soulless, globalist cocksuckers who are going to destroy their own country.

    This is why I feel no sadness at the impending demise of white Canada. Frankly we deserve to get crushed when most are like John Tory. Cut the dead weight.

  36. @bruce county

    This area is know as Ontario’s West Coast for a reason. Its absolutley beautiful living on Lake Huron.

    My paternal relatives are all around Michigan, so it’s all familiar. Except Toronto isn’t Detroit– yet.

    Michigan touches every Great Lake but Ontario. Ontario touches every Great Lake but Michigan. Nice symmetry. Michigan also has more lighthouses than any other state. My great-great-grandfather manned one of them.

    There’s also some island-in-a-lake-on-an-island-in-a-lake competition between Ontario’s Treasure and Michigan’s Ryan Islands. The Philippines has a third contender.

    • Replies: @bruce county
  37. Anglo Canadians created an amazing country. But today, they’re a silly people. They focus all their time on banal causes that everyone knows mean nothing. No one takes them seriously as intellectuals, as creators, as men of science, or simply as men. The lower class Anglos dress like blacks while the upper class types spend their days behaving obsequiously to Jews and women.

    It really makes me sad to see what this country has become. There is no turning back because, frankly speaking, Anglo Canadians aren’t worth fighting over anymore. In a way, they deserve to lose their country. I don’t like saying this but it is true.

    I was in Niagara Falls the other day and looked at the names on the Cenotaph of the dozens of white boys from the local area who died in France during World Wars One and Two. Every small town in Canada has one of these. I’m not ashamed to say that I almost shed a tear.

    • Replies: @Hank Yobo
    , @AKAHorace
  38. @jimmyriddle

    I would think NZ would be more rural and socially conservative, but maybe that is false – they were the first to allow women to vote.

    Women’s suffrage began in Wyoming and Utah, spreading to Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Kansas, etc. The opposition was in the cities. Milwaukee’s was especially fierce– the Germans wanted to keep their beer.

    Wyoming was granted statehood in 1890 and their women voted in that year’s congressional elections. So, on that technicality, America– rural America– beat the Kiwis by a couple of years.

    Montana’s Jeannette Rankin holds the distinction of voting against our entry in both World Wars. Small town America speaks– in a woman’s voice!

    New Jersey allowed women to vote in the 1790s, but that doesn’t count. It was accidental, and married women were excluded. They had no property!

  39. AKAHorace says:
    @Anonymous

    There is a certain strain of ‘rural’ who has aspirations of being sophisticated. Or at least they don’t want to be thought of as hillbillies. They jump on this stuff quickly and latch on tightly

    I think this is why countries like Canada, Ireland and Sweden are now the most politically correct. Kind of tragic when you think what each of them could have done if they had been contemptuous of mainline thought.

  40. El Dato says:
    @PhysicistDave

    The NuMeaning of “controversial” is “speech that needs to be banned and for which Antifa needs to firebomb the author’s house”.

    Seriously, look it up in the NuSpeak dictionary. I hope you don’t have the old edition still? Its list of Foreign Hitlers is incomplete.

    • LOL: YetAnotherAnon
  41. @jimmyriddle

    Oz has somehow managed to resist this tide to some extent.

    Don’t forget the lovely, luscious, highly attractive Hannah Mouncey, player of women’s handball and women’s Australian football.

    A Who album, dressed frilly and flouncy
    Is Ozzy jockette Hannah Mouncey—
    With feminine teats
    And masculine meats,
    She’s Meaty Big Beaty and Bouncy.

    • Replies: @jimmyriddle
    , @Alden
  42. @newrouter

    >I am a time traveler from the long ago year of 1993. What does “transphobia” mean? <

    Fear of Trans Ams?

    Only fear of Trans Ams without T-Tops 😉

  43. Orangeman says:

    Canadian mayors do not posess the same powers as in the US. Essentially they are glorified city councilors. Toronto, like most big NA cities, city councils are infested with identity politics so it’s a chore to keep the train on the tracks.
    Cucks like Tory see this as just politics to keep the peace. Like all cucks they can’t see the betrayal.

  44. Anonymous[163] • Disclaimer says:

    For a moment I saw the word “Tory” and thought this might finally be an article about the Brexit deal in the UK, but no it’s an article about Canadian politics.

    For some reason who ever selects the articles for this website seems to have an aversion to British politics, I have seen more on here about SERBIAN politics than British politics, and British people think Americans are their closest allies lol.

  45. Hank Yobo says:
    @Canadian Observer

    Anglo Canadians created an amazing country. But today, they’re a silly people.

    Only those who have consistently voted for the Liberal Party of Canada (and their provincial affiliates) over the last fifty years or so. Buck up! Better days ahead.

  46. @Dan Hayes

    The Ford brothers are fiscal, rather than social conservatives. Canadians, like Europeans, don’t take religion seriously so there’s no equivalent to the religious right or Christian Zionists in Canadian conservatism.

    • Replies: @Dan Hayes
  47. @istevefan

    Situations like this should absolutely be exploited by the right, but the right doesn’t know how to fight, the left does. Which is why the right will continue to lose until it learns to fight dirty and smart. Hopefully before it’s too late.

  48. We will learn from this situation who is higher on the grievance totem pole; feminists or transpeople.

    Judging by the reaction of local media and politicians, the trans will win hands down. I’m sure this event will be cancelled shortly.

    I can’t say I’m sad to see feminists get a taste of their own rotten medicine. Go team trans!

  49. @the one they call Desanex

    That is tragic.

    Right: how he sees himself.
    Left: how others see him.

  50. Bob says:
    @fnn

    Doesn’t the side with the most Intersectional Pokémon points win? But it’s tough to keep score as the rules are always changing.

  51. mmack says:
    @inertial

    Fear of not knowing how to operate one of these:

  52. John Tory has always been garbage. When he led the Ontario “Conservative” Party, he managed to bungle an easily-winnable election against the Liberals by promising public funding for private religious schools. The more polling showed voters had realized this would mean giving money to Islamic schools, and were not going to vote for this, the more adamant he became. Election: lost. He then ran for mayor of Toronto when he realized that even in this province of morons, only Torontonians were stupid enough to vote for him.

  53. AKAHorace says:
    @Canadian Observer

    Anglo Canadians created an amazing country. But today, they’re a silly people. They focus all their time on banal causes that everyone knows mean nothing. No one takes them seriously as intellectuals, as creators, as men of science, or simply as men.

    Part of the problem is that the best and brightest Canadians tend to leave the country. I have read several foreign observers who have spent time in Ottawa and were surprised at the lack of ability of our governing class.

  54. @Reg Cæsar

    I just looked.. Avril wasn’t in power that long.. my mistake.. (only 4 1/2 months). Useless tit.
    I agree..Michigan shores are breathtaking. The fishing is fantastic. Water is really up this year.

  55. Pericles says:
    @nymom

    Somehow I don’t think men will be as impacted as a woman identifying as a man is highly unlikely to petition to be let into a men’s facility unless she has a death wish. Whereas I can see thousands of men trying to be allowed into women’s facilities just for the safety factor alone…

    Too late, here’s a sex criminal who successfully transgenderized himself into women’s prison.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5964539/Transgender-prisoner-female-jail-sexually-assaulted-four-women.html

    Lol, he of course kept his dick because that’s not who we are.

    Isn’t it odd how the entire globalist bureaucracy, one day, entirely by coincidence, decided to go full bore transsexual?

  56. Rupert says:
    @jimmyriddle

    I recall reading a paper by Kevin McDonald where he shows that the fairly small number of original British immigrants to New Zealand were largely selected from a certain religious strand of particularly pious/upright/conformist types, and he hypothesizes that this inheritance is what has made New Zealand more zealously do-gooder and liberal today, explaining also why it’s culturally somewhat distinct from Australia with it’s wider mix of rough and ready colonists. Australia also had a frontier, whereas NZ is a more tame and settled environment.

  57. ATBOTL says:
    @jimmyriddle

    Anglo Canada is probably the most liberal and least nationalistic/tribal of all Western cultures in the world today.

  58. @Cagey Beast

    I told you this a decade ago. Anglo Canadians are to be pitied for the absolute wimps and zeroes that they are.

    • Replies: @Cagey Beast
  59. AndrewR says:
    @PhysicistDave

    Pedophilia, no question

    • Replies: @PhysicistDave
  60. Dan Hayes says:
    @Johnny Smoggins

    Johnny Smoggins:

    Sincere thanks for the lowdown on the Ford Bros. In the states they would be classified as clueless libertarians!

  61. @inertial

    Transhumanism. The recent breakthroughs in cybernetic technology is causing a lot of debate on the ethics of modifying humans to become immortal with enhanced mental and sensory ability. Welcome to the future, Buck Rogers.

  62. @AndrewR

    AndrewR wrote to me:

    Pedophilia, no question [as the next Leftist crusade]

    I wish I were sure you were wrong, but I am afraid it makes sense.

    Will ordinary people put up with this or will this finally be the breaking point?

    • Replies: @Art Deco
  63. Art Deco says:
    @PhysicistDave

    Disagree. The gay lobby doesn’t care about paedophiles. They’re not fab. What they want is access to teens. The smart money would be on the proposition that they’ll seek to get it by persuading local prosecutors’ offices to adopt certain policies in regard to prosecutorial discretion, in effect refusing bring charges against homosexuals for sexual violation of adolescents, much as prosecutors’ offices stopped enforcing laws contra obscenity after about 1970. No shortage of homosexuals working in PR and advertising. They’ll come up with more marketable cases than the Kaitlyn Hunt mess in Florida. (See Robert Stacy McCain’s reporting on that). Where inveigling / mau-mauing prosecutors fails, there’s always the judiciary. Note, the excuses will be tailored to protect homosexuals. Ordinary men who go after jailbait will be treated to draconian penalties.

    • Replies: @dfordoom
  64. ATBOTL says:

    I want to bash WASP elites more, but they are so bland and boring…

  65. Alden says:
    @the one they call Desanex

    It’s obvious. Look at that face. I think it’s wearing a wig. The estrogen turned its overdeveloped arm muscles to flab.

    And that dress!! 1940’s movie house dress for the frumpy old grandma. And red nail polish to draw attention to those huge hands. Needs a strict diet and a make over

    Personal opinion is that it’s another clever well organized plot to restore 14th amendment rights to White men.

  66. anon[245] • Disclaimer says:

    John Tory is a pretty good name. Certainly better than John YaYa, or John Bigboote’, or…

  67. dfordoom says: • Website
    @Art Deco

    Disagree. The gay lobby doesn’t care about paedophiles. They’re not fab. What they want is access to teens.

    Agreed. The most likely next step is ephebophilia. It will be World War E.

    Note, the excuses will be tailored to protect homosexuals. Ordinary men who go after jailbait will be treated to draconian penalties.

    Yep. It will be framed entirely as a gay issue. “Gay teens are being oppressed by being prevented from expressing their sexuality.”

  68. @Niccolo Salo

    Nic, you’re just a Tokyo Rose looking for a patron but fortunately, no one wants to pay a Croat to demoralise Mangacakes.

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