Fake News: There Is No C4

By Hunter Wallace

I just got a call about this.

There is no such thing as Council of Conservative Citizens Canada (C4). Paul Fromm, a prominent member of the Council of Conservative Citizens lives in Canada, but as far we know he has nothing to do with this incident. There is no “coordinator” representing our organization at Concordia University:

“All buildings at Concordia University’s downtown campus have reopened and students are back inside after a bomb threat targeting Muslim students forced the evacuation of three buildings on Wednesday afternoon.

Montreal police said they found nothing suspicious during their search and have now handed the case over to the major crimes division. …

The threatening letter, purportedly from a group that calls itself Council of Conservative Citizens of Canada (C4), complained about Muslim students at Concordia.

“The suspect sent by email that he put some explosive items inside a few places inside the buildings,” said Montreal police Const. Benoit Boisselle. …”

Until today, I had never heard of Concordia University.

If we had any chapters there, I am sure I would know about it. Once again, the Lügenpresse is already running with a Narrative about a story that has nothing to do with us. We know for a fact that whoever is doing this is acting on their own initiative. The story appears to have been a hoax. It seems that no actual bombs were found by the police at Concordia University.

Maybe a student had a big test coming up and needed to cut class? Who knows? Anyone is capable of making a bomb threat in the name of any organization. It doesn’t mean it is true.

There is no Council of Conservative Citizens Canada. This is a false flag operation. And the media is pushing fake news.

3 thoughts on “Fake News: There Is No C4

  • March 2, 2017 at 3:16 am
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    E-Mail to Leah Hendry of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation:

    I am the National President of the Council of Conservative Citizens in the United States.

    There is no “Canadian CofCC” to my knowledge: Or if such an organization does exist, it has no affiliation with our own. Anyone claiming to speak for this group is probably as legitimate as Barack Hussein Obama’s birth-certificate.

    The e-mail in question was almost certainly sent in an attempt to discredit our organization, because we tell blunt and painful truths that the insane and juvenile left cannot successfully refute. Masquerading as a conservative organization while threatening violence is a very old tactic of communists, and probably traces its roots back to the Bolshevik Revolution.

    The CofCC has never advocated violence, in contrast to our enemies. We know that our legal and Constitutional approach can prevail, as the election of President Trump demonstrates.

    I am confidant that, eventually, Canadian law enforcement will discover that the threatening e-mail was not only an empty threat, it was the work of communists or some equally vile leftist element.

    I am equally confidant that when these leftist culprits are eventually brought to book, you and those of your ilk will publish their true affiliations on page 43 below the fold…

    Earl Holt III (CofCC National President)

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  • March 7, 2017 at 1:49 am
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    If you expect the left-wingers at the taxpayer funded CBC to make a correction/retraction regarding a mythical Canadian org. you gotta be kidding? Why would they? It suits their motives and that of their liberal government taskmasters to smear the right north or south of the border. Your collateral damage and that’s fine by them.

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    • March 12, 2017 at 6:18 pm
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      I merely replied to an e-mail Forwarded to me by one of our Canadian Members.

      I am not under any more illusions about the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, than I am about the Communist News Network (CNN,) as evidenced by the last line of my e-mail…

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