“Victory In The No-Go Zone is an astounding book.”
Janice Fiamengo, a University of Ottawa English professor who is also the editor of the Freedom Press Canada Journal, has written an in-depth review of Gary McHale’s upcoming book, Victory In The No-Go Zone: Winning The Fight Against Two-Tier Policing. The concluding paragraph reads:
Victory in the No-Go Zone is an astounding book. The accumulated evidence of police corruption and of the triumph of victim ideology over effective or just law enforcement is often staggering. One can hardly believe this is Canada. McHale tells the story with just the right mix of anger, insouciance, and righteous passion. He is brilliant in his analysis, a la Martin Luther King Jr., of the inverse logic that tars men as racist bigots when they call for equal treatment, and blames innocent citizens for “inciting” violence through peaceful demonstrations. His character as a man of God, and as someone who has thought through his own principles and convictions and believes in himself whatever the whole world tells him, colours every page and makes his book an inspiring document of perseverance and integrity. It should be read by all concerned Canadians, not only as a civic duty but also as a warning and a preparation for what we may all face in the future.
1. You can read the entire review here:
2. You can pre-order a signed copy of Victory In The No-Go Zone here.
3. You can get a free signed copy of Victory In The No-Go Zone by attending the 2013 Freedom Symposium at the Old Mill Inn, Toronto where the book will be launched. $75, lunch included. VoiceofCanada editor Mark Vandermaas will be speaking as well as Gary McHale and other authors/thinkers.
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Pre-order your signed copy today OR join us for the launch at the 2013 Freedom Symposium and get a FREE copy! Click image to guarantee your seat now.
Freedom Press Canada has kicked off its pre-order campaign for Gary McHale’s upcoming book, Victory In The No-Go Zone: Winning The Fight Against Two-Tier Policing, his account of the fight against OPP racial policing in Caledonia that picks up where Christie Blatchford’s Helpless left off. It is appropriate, therefore, that the book begins with a foreword from her.
You’ve read about the agony of Caledonia’s victims in Helpless at the hands of the Ontario Provincial Police and their two-tier policing of Native militants; now read the story about the small group of Canadian patriots who followed Dr. King’s teachings in order to defend freedom and, in the process, showed Canadians how to fight back…and win.
If you want to stop police appeasement of violent radicals in Canada, and prevent European-style Islamic ‘no-go zones’ from arriving here tomorrow, you should read this book.
- Freedom Press Canada: Registration form for the 2nd Freedom Symposium, Nov 9/13. Guarantee your seat by registering today.
About Victory In The No-Go Zone (from the rear cover)
In Caledonia, thousands of families lived in fear because ‘Public Safety’ became a mere political buzz word while the full resources of the state were used to silence victims’ voices. This book exposes the corruption of race-based policing while demonstrating how average citizens can take back control when the system fails.
You are invited…
Victory In The No-Go Zone will be released at the Freedom Press Canada 2013 Freedom Symposium, “Freedom in Canada: Tribute or Eulogy?” on November 9th at the Old Mill Inn in Toronto. Both Gary and Mark Vandermaas, founder of the Caledonia Victims Project, will be speaking alongside other freedom advocates/authors/thinkers. Cost is $75 and includes a buffet lunch and a copy of Gary’s book.
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Gary & Christine McHale stand on steps of Hamilton courthouse April 21/10 after the Crown ended its 30-month prosecution of him for ‘Counselling Mischief Not Committed.’ The charge was dropped during the Preliminary Hearing after McHale convinced another court to issue charges of Obstructing Justice against 2 senior officers involved in his case: now-Commissioner Chris Lewis and Superintendent Ron Gentle.
UPDATE, June 26/13: SUN News’ Brian Lilley praises Gary McHale for taking action. Video below.
Step 1: Gary McHale letter to Hamilton Police promising that he and his supporters would gather evidence and lay charges using Canada’s Private Prosecution provisions in the Criminal Code, including against police officers who might obstruct the gathering of that evidence:
“Starting next week we will, without notice, appear at the illegal occupation in order to video tape criminal behaviour, which includes mischief, and then file private prosecution charges against the protesters. Apparently these protesters believe they can block people from videotaping them – this, of course, is mischief as ruled by the courts.
“If your officers attempt to interfere in the gathering of evidence they too could be arrested and prosecuted on a charge of obstructing justice. Police cannot aid in criminal behaviour and they cannot interfere with the justice system.
At the bare minimum it is our goal to expose any police force that allows a two tier justice system to be institutionalized. Your department has forced a company to get an injunction solely because you decided not to enforce the law.”
- Gary McHale letter to Hamilton Police Chief Glenn De Caire, June 26/13: Illegal Occupation of Enbridge Line #9 Pipeline [PDF]
Step 2: Hamilton Police enforce the law:
“The move [to arrest the protesters] by Hamilton police comes mere hours after an overnight email to Police Chief Glenn DeCaire from Gary McHale. McHale, a rights activist who played a major role in the Caledonia land claim dispute, criticizing Ontario Provincial Police for their lack of action, told DeCaire in the email that he and his supporters would converge on the Enbridge compound to monitor the behaviour of the protesters and the damage they may have caused. “
- SUN News, Byline w/Brian Lilley, June 26/13: Accommodating activist thugs [VIDEO, 9:42] (great commentary about importance of Gary McHale/CANACE intervention)
- CBC Hamilton, June 26/13: Video: Protest at Enbridge’s Hamilton site ends with 18 arrests
- SUN News, The Source, w/Ezra Levant, June 26/13:Illegal Line 9 Protest [VIDEO, 12:27] (arrests + G20 link + charities supporting crime)
- SUN News, The Source, w/Ezra Levant, June 26/13: Enbridge Ideal Neighbours [VIDEO, 5:12]
- Hamilton Spectator, June 27/13: Enbridge moving forward with pipeline plan
Why Hamilton Police were right to take McHale’s promise seriously
Gary McHale and CANACE members have successfully convinced various courts to issue criminal charges against former OPP Commissioner Fantino, now-Commissioner Lewis, Superintendent Gentle, as well as two officers who were filmed helping native occupiers build a fence to keep the owner out of his own property in Hagersville.
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- Mark Vandermaas eulogy for Merlyn Kinrade, Oct 11/12: [PDF, 6p]
- Gary McHale eulogy for Merlyn Kinrade, Oct 11/12: [PDF, 3p]
- Jeff Parkinson, Oct 22/12: Remembering Merlyn Kinrade
UPDATED Oct 26/12 — A great Canadian patriot, naval veteran, peacekeeper, father, husband, friend of Israel and a tireless force for justice in Caledonia has been called home.
I am saddened to report that Merlyn Kinrade, Caledonia resident and co-founder of CANACE (Canadian Advocates for Charter Equality), died after a long battle with cancer at 2pm yesterday – Saturday, October 06, 2012. He was born March 16, 1935, and passed in his 77th year.
Bay Gardens Funeral Home
947 Rymal Road East, Hamilton L8W 3M2 (just east of Upper Gage Ave.)
- Wednesday 2-4 pm, 7-9 pm
- Thursday 10-11 am
SERVICE – CELEBRATION OF MERLYN’S LIFE:
- Thursday 11 am followed by cremation
ONLINE BOOK OF CONDOLENCES:
DONATIONS IN LIEU OF FLOWERS:
The Dr. Bob Kemp Hospice Foundation
277 Stone Church Road East, Hamilton, ON L9B 1B1 905.387.2448
About Merlyn Kinrade
Merlyn Kinrade lived more than 60 years of his life in Caledonia. He is a former member of the Royal Canadian Navy who served on one of the most famous ships in Canadian naval history, HMCS Haida. His service included a tour of duty in Port Said, Egypt on a United Nations peacekeeping mission during the 1956 Suez crisis.
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I am very sad to to report that Rose Lax, a passionate advocate for Israel who was the driving force behind Hamilton’s Never Again Group, passed away on the weekend. She will be interned in Jerusalem on May 01/12 at 1:30pm at Bait Hesped, Har HaMenuchot Cemetary. A Shloshim Memorial service will take place at the Adas Israel Congregation in Hamilton on Wednesday, May 30/12 at 7:30pm.
The announcement from Adas Israel describes Rose as…
“Beloved mother of Daisy, mother-in-law of Kent, grandmother of Olivia, Asher & Ben. Passionate defender of the Jewish People & Israel.”