Human rights activists around Canada are protesting the attempt by Canadian Zionists to import hate from UK by organizing a speaking tour by Boby Gavin. Boby Gavin is a well-known racist bigot in England who has worked against building of mosques and against Muslims in general. He has ties to English Defence League (EDL) which is a far-right violent group commiting hate crimes against Muslims and other minorities in UK. In October 2010, American Rabbi, Nachum Shifren, travelled to England to speak at their rally and called Muslims “dogs” and mentioned that “history will be recorded that on this day, read by our children for eternity, one group lit the spark to liberate us from the oppressors of our two governments and the leftist, fifth column, quisling press, and that it was the EDL which started the liberation of England from evil.”
Local activists in Toronto were initially planning to protest in front of the Toronto Zionist center where Boby is speaking but considering his recent interview below with fellow Islamophobe Michael Corren, the protest has been called off.
With his wide eyed talk of “Parking Jihad” and Muslims using “Aggressive Parking” to dominate neighbourhoods, Boby is doing an excellent job of exposing his abhorrent views and is playing an important role in exposing the ugly role of the Canadian Zionists in importing hate from other countries. Any Canadian listening to the interview will actually be scared of this lunatic living in their neighbourhood and will condemn the efforts by the Jewish extremists to import hate to Canada.
The shameful silence of organizations like B’nai Brith does not come as a surprise, however, the silence of the mainstream Jewish community in Toronto over such a blatantly racist event being held at the Toronto Zionist Center is disappointing. What if Boby had founded an organization called “Synagogue Busters”? how many press releases will we see condemning such a visit?
Silence is a tacit approval of the activities being conducted in the name of the Jewish community and we hope that at least some courageous leaders in the community will speak out against this increasing radicalization.