A candle to commemorate the suppression of free speech that occurred in Germany. PEGIDA was not allowed to rally, so they called on their supporters to place a candle in their windows to show solidarity. We have posted a candle every Sunday since.
Our first rally in Toronto, September 2015. Heavy opposition. They destroyed our equipment and stole our banner. Police 'holding the line'.
Our first flash demo in early 2015. Four people, a flag, a banner and a message. The message has not changed.
Getting the message out to motorists in Toronto
Demonstrating in front of Iqra Khalid's office in Toronto with the Pakistani/Canadian Christian Community 2016
Rally in London, Ontario. The mayor, Matt Brown, called out the city of London against us. There were approximately 30 of us, and 600 opposition. Again, they destroyed our equipment. August 2017
One of our frequent flash rallies at London city hall.
Rally in Toronto 2018, opposition is subdued by police
Supporting the Jewish community, one of many counter Al Quds rallies we attended.
We laid a wreath at old city hall in Toronto to remember the Canadian victims of 9/11 in 2018. We faced fierce opposition, who right after the laying, destroyed the wreath, and bragged about it on social media.
We laid a wreath in 2020 at the cenotaph in London Ontario in memory of 9/11 victims. That wreath stayed intact for several weeks.
Our last rally before Covid 19, November 2019 in cooperation with the Iranian community in Toronto, calling out the Iranian regime.
Toronto Rally May 2018
Supporting the Jewish community against Al Quds June 9, 2018