Attackers

The following are individuals mentioned in published articles who have attacked conservative, alt-right and ethno-nationalist speakers and writers.

Matthew A. Sears, UNB, suggested people he called “white supremacist” and students who advocate for free speech on campus, should lose their jobs and get harassed out of restaurants.

Gary Waite

Gary Waite, UNB, admitted in a Huffington Post article, that he and his colleagues had been “discussing how to best respond to Duchesne’s beliefs for more than a year.” For “respond” read ‘get Duchesne fired.’ The method was a letter to the Administration.

Nicole O’Byrne, a UNB law professor, who signed the letter to the administration, said it was important for the faculty members to join their voices together (against Duchesne) for what she called “hate speech.”

Nick Robins-Early published a long hit piece against Prof. Ricardo Duchesne in the Huffington Post. He is also, a co-author of a pro-Islamist article attacking critics of Islam.

Adele Perry

Adele Perry, President of the Canadian Historical Association, authored a letter on the CHA website which accuses Duchesne of “indefensible ideas.” The letter repeats an accusation by “a group of University of New Brunswick academics” who said Duchesne’s ‘views on multiculturalism and immigration are “racist and without academic merit.'” As with other accusations, these are weaponized words piggybacked on anonymous sources.

Rowaida Abdelaziz

Rowaida Abdelaziz, Reporter, HuffPost, co-author, with Nick Robins-Early, of a pro-Islamist article attacking critics of Islam.

Akbar Shahid Ahmed, Foreign Affairs Reporter, HuffPost, co-author, with Nick Robins-Early, of a pro-Islamist article attacking critics of Islam.

Bailey Martens, Huffington Post, authored the second hit piece on Duchesne.

Kerry Jang, a University of British Columbia psychiatry professor, complained to the UNB about a posting by Duchesne that targeted the Asian community in Vancouver. He tried unsuccessfully to get Duchesne fired.

Evan Balgord

Evan Balgord, Executive Director of the Canadian Anti-Hate Network, funded by the SPLC, claimed in a statement that “we consider Duchesne to be part of the alt-right neo-Nazi movement.” Yes, it’s 2019 and someone has the nerve to call a tenured professor a Nazi.