An Interview With Wild Bill About His Arrest in Calgary

As we reported last night, the American vlogger Wild Bill Finlay was arrested last Saturday when he arrived at the airport in Calgary. His crime was to “smuggle” “hate speech” into Canada on his iPad. The “hate” in question was contained in the notes for a speech he was scheduled to give at a rally in downtown Calgary. Notes that no one except for himself would ever read.

Yesterday evening Vlad Tepes interviewed Wild Bill about his encounter with Soviet Canada, his plans for legal action against the Canadian government, and the sorry state of free speech in Modern Multicultural Canada:

9 thoughts on “An Interview With Wild Bill About His Arrest in Calgary

  1. Seems to me that the organization who had arranged a venue in Canada for Wild Bill to spread his hate speech in had been under surveillance by the Canadian spooks, and who then becoming aware, that an American of all people, was invited to speak at the same organization under surveillance, have decided to target Wild Bill on his arrival at the airport for a shake down and some attention on what he possessed.

    ‘Smuggling hate speech on one’s own personal computer’. LOL! Did those goons who were paid to perform that joke of a ‘shake down’, and to an unpretentious international traveler, truly believe what they were doing was right?

    • Those are clearly violations of western free speach values, so if they believe they did the right thing – they are not “westerners”. But, given the usual police procedures – the “canadian spooks” could have been just “ordinary citizens” who fulfilled their duty to the Sharia State and caused trouble to one evil individual…

      Communists in the eastern bloc would always rely on “good and knowledgeable citizens” for reporting the crimes of having american flag t-shirts and stuff. The Police Monkeys were there just to do the physical job…

      • Hello Barn Swallow. You know, nothing about humanity surprises me anymore. In fact, I haven’t found myself being surprised for quite some time now. I have lived to see it all, the good and the bad, and unfortunately, the good is never able to make up for the bad that is a continuation throughout this world.

        There simply is no non-violent remedy for indoctrinated hatred from external sources for those who live for hate and who pretend to be in control in most Western countries today. But with that hatred, such feelings also brings with it a sense of insecurity because deep down those who like to control others know in their own hearts, that what they do is wrong, and as a result of that feeling of insecurity, and to ensure that only their side of what life should be prevails, they also have their indoctrinated robots pretending to be tolerant humans who are trained to do their bidding, provide protection and to take on the patriotic protest gatherings whenever, and wherever, they appear.

        I say they pretend to be in control because even in those Soviet Gulags the haters did not have total control over everybody as history is witness to.

        Their time is coming!

    • on the contrary, they would never confiscate the ” reliance of the traveler”, the real hatebook.Got it?

  2. Can Traitors go to China and lecture them about free speech?

    Certainly there is free speech in the west: CNN and others can freely and without restrictions fabricate as many lies as they want against Pr. Trump or any other.

  3. So anyone arriving in Canada carrying a Koran can now be arrested for “smuggling hate speech” into the country?

  4. Apart from the peculiar tenets of individual thinkers, there is also in the world at large an increasing inclination to stretch unduly the powers of society over the individual, both by the force of opinion and even by that of legislation: and as the tendency of all the changes taking place in the world is to strengthen society, and diminish the power of the individual, this encroachment is not one of the evils which tend spontaneously to disappear, but, on the contrary, to grow more and more formidable. The disposition of mankind, whether as rulers or as fellow-citizens, to impose their own opinions and inclinations as a rule of conduct on others, is so energetically supported by some of the best and by some of the worst feelings incident to human nature, that it is hardly ever kept under restraint by anything but want of power; and as the power is not declining, but growing, unless a strong barrier of moral conviction can be raised against the mischief, we must expect, in the present circumstances of the world, to see it increase.

    John Stuart Mill.

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