Faith Goldy reports from Halifax on
The Chronicle-Herald's refugee cover-up
The Halifax Chronicle-Herald published a shocking report that newly arrived Syrian “refugees” at Chebucto Heights Elementary School were beating up Canadian students.
Canadian kids were being bullied, even choked by Muslim students, who made throat-slitting gestures. And the school was hiding all of this from the public, even from parents.
Not surprisingly, the news story went viral. But soon the Chronicle-Herald started making changes to their story, taking out key facts. Then they just deleted the story entirely from their website — replacing it with a short note explaining that the subject was too sensitive.
And then The Chronicle-Herald published another alibi, explaining that one of the reasons they took the story down was that “anti-Muslim groups” had been “sharing the article”. So they decided to do what the school had been doing: cover it up. But even as they admitted that a fourth witness had come forward.
What’s really going on in Halifax? Why are journalists hiding the news instead of reporting it? We sent one of our top reporters, Faith Goldy, to Halifax to get the facts directly.
Published on April 9, 2016
The initial story: A report from the Chronicle Herald alleges that refugee students are abusing young girls in Grade Three.
They will try to accomplish this by terror and bloodshed
Faith Goldy is reporting from Halifax, Nova Scotia about a local news story that went viral, then was pulled from the paper's website.
UPDATE from Halifax: Parent who complained about refugee bullying afraid to come forward
Published on April 12, 2016
Faith Goldy of TheRebel..media continues her investigation in Halifax, into news reports (since deleted by the newspaper) that Muslim refugees were attacking other children at an elementary school.
PREVIEW: Mothers, child to talk about “choking and slapping” by refugees in Halifax school
Published on April 13, 2016
Faith Goldy has a final update from Halifax for TheRebel.media. She's wrapping up her investigation into reports that refugee children were bullying students in Halifax.
EXCLUSIVE: Victims of refugee bullies in Halifax SPEAK OUT
Published on April 14, 2015
WATCH Faith Goldy's ENTIRE one-hour investigative report, with full length interviews and more!
COVER UP: Parents, student CONFIRM refugee children choke, slap Canadian kids
Published on April 15, 2016
Watch a segment of Faith's show.
Tell Halifax Regional School Board to protect all students and stop covering up violence by Syrian students!
Published on April 15, 2016
Ezra Levant launched a petition at www.StopTheCoverUp.ca click and sign the petition right now.
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[April 11 9am ET UPDATE]
The Chronicle Herald has posted yet another statement that reads in part:
Bullying is a sensitive subject. So is the integration of newcomers, particularly those who have faced challenges, even trauma, on their way here.
Our story was incomplete and insufficiently corroborated, given the serious nature of the allegations.
Readers also rightly pointed out that the headline ‘Parents worried over school kids’ brutality’ was unfortunate. Using the word brutality to describe children, particularly of an identifiable cultural group, is problematic.
Far from correct and totally political!
Personally, I am a LEGAL immigrant to Canada
Having faced challenges, trauma and
was shot at, my buddy getting hit
It was during the Second World War
and it has left scars on me
Having lost nine family members due to that war
Gratefully I came to Canada and PEACE
Always able to work to support myself and my family
Political Correctness, it makes me sick!