Justin Trudeau heckled for complicity in Yemen genocide and the subversion of Venezuelan democracy

June 24, 2019

Today, as Justin Trudeau walked to the podium at an event in Montreal celebrating la Fête nationale du Québec, I told Mr. Trudeau that Canada’s arms sales to the monstrous Saudi autocracy have rendered him complicit in the Saudi genocide in Yemen.

This is the video of my disruption:


Meanwhile, author and activist Yves Engler denounced the Prime Minister for his government’s relentless efforts to subvert the elected government of Venezuela.

This is the video of Mr. Engler’s disruption:


As Mr. Trudeau walked by us, he glanced back at us and said “I’m glad to see that the NDP showed up.”

(Video credit: Achille Lascaris).




With Eva Bartlett, I Discuss The Reality On The Ground in Venezuela On CKUW Radio

April 27, 2019

Earlier this week, I gave a presentation in Winnipeg on the Trudeau Government’s regime-change agenda for Venezuela.

The next day, I had the opportunity to discuss the crisis in Venezuela with CKUW Radio host Michael Welch and with independent journalist Eva Bartlett.

Like me, Eva recently visited Venezuela in order to assess for herself the conditions on the ground, and like me, Eva saw conditions on the ground which bear scant resemblance to the claims of Western governments.

Our discussion with Michael Welch begins at 31:15 of this podcast:


Before speaking to Eva and me, Michael discussed Canadian government policy toward Venezuela with Canadian author and activist Yves Engler. Michael’s discussion with Yves begins at 10:04 of the podcast.

Pro-Guaidó Propagandist Challenges Me To A Debate On Venezuela, Then Backs Out

April 26, 2019

As I reported previously on this website, University of Ottawa Professor Isaac Nahón-Serfaty disrupted a presentation on Venezuela which I gave in Ottawa weeks ago.

During that presentation, Nahón-Serfaty repeatedly accused me of lying about Venezuela without presenting a shred of evidence that I had made any false statements. When an elderly member of the audience objected to his theatrics, Nahón-Serfaty rushed toward that elderly gentleman and had to be restrained.

On March 25, two days after my presentation in Ottawa, Nahón-Serfaty challenged me to a debate on Twitter. As soon as his challenge came to my attention, I accepted the challenge subject to two conditions: (1) that the moderator of our debate be mutually acceptable; and (2) that we both sign a declaration that we would accept no compensation for the debate.

I then asked Nahón-Serfaty to provide to me dates on which he was available to debate me. After I complained on Twitter about his failure to respond, he assured me that he would answer me when he considered it the “right time” to do so.

Initial Tweets re Debate with Ottawa Professor

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