November 4, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

ST. GEORGE, ONTARIO, [CN]--It’s common belief that anything that’s posted on social media can spread like wildfire, but depending on who you ask, that can be a good or bad thing. An online discussion has been sparked, mainly on Facebook, warning that white supremacist posters posted around University of Toronto campuses are riddled with razor blades. CityNews viewers asked our newsroom to look into these posts, but so far, these claims are unconfirmed by both university officials and Toronto Police. Social media posts claim people have been injured from trying to take the posters down. “We recently learned that there are razor blades hidden behind the white supremacist posters currentl  

November 4, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Anarchist Movement

UNITED STATES, [US]--"Refuse fascism," a nascent protest group with ties to a more explicitly left-wing radical group, "the revolutionary communist party," doesn’t seem like a typical fit for the left-leaning pages of the paper known as The Gray Lady, but very little has been normal about the Trump era so far, according to organizers. The regime is destroying the planet by ignoring climate change, they say, and they claim it is turning America into a fascist country through an unprecedented series of executive orders. The explicit goal of the November 4 protests, which have been warped into a number of increasingly bizarre, "antifa"-related conspiracy theories by right-wing media, is to r  

November 4, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Suspicious Activity

ST. PAUL, [MN]--Macalester College in St. Paul is investigating more swastikas and anti-Arab markings drawn on campus this month, according to security alerts posted by the college last week. A report was posted on the school website Wednesday alerting the campus that a swastika was drawn on a bulletin board inside George Draper Dayton Hall dormitory on Oct. 27. The school is treating it as an act of vandalism, according to the alert. “Actions and behaviors such as this are unacceptable and have a wide range of negative impacts on the community,” the report said. The next day, the school reported that another swastika was carved into a dormitory door on Oct. 14. It is unclear whether it