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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INVESTIGATIVE TIMELINE, SEPT-OCT 2016
INVESTIGATIVE TIMELINE, NOV-DEC 2016
RALLY IN SUPPORT OF FREE SPEECH, OCTOBER 11, 2016
REBEL MEDIA INVOLVEMENT
WERE PROUDBOYS PRESENT ON OCT. 11?
TARGETED HARASSMENT CAMPAIGN
INTRODUCTION: DOES A TARGETED HARASSMENT CAMPAIGN EXIST?
TARGETED HARASSMENT CAMPAIGN: TIERS OF ENGAGEMENT
TARGET SELECTION: JORDAN PETERSON
TARGET SELECTION: GREG RENOUF
SSFS COMPLICITY IN HARASSMENT
SIMILARITIES TO GAMERGATE
RALLY AGAINST TRUMP, NOVEMBER 11, 2016
SSFS RALLY PLANNING INFILTRATION
SSFS RALLY DEPLOYMENT
SSFS DEPLOYMENT DIAGRAM 1
SSFS DEPLOYMENT DIAGRAM 2
CAMPUS GONE CRAZY, NOVEMBER 24, 2016
NOVEMBER 22: YOUR WARD NEWS DISPATCH
NOVEMBER 24: GENERATION SCREWED EVENT
APPENDIX A: TRANSCRIPT OF LAUREN SOUTHERN'S FIRST OCT. 11 SPEECH
APPENDIX B: TRANSCRIPT OF LAUREN SOUTHERN'S SECOND OCT. 11 SPEECH
APPENDIX C: TRANSCRIPT OF JAY FAYZA'S FIRST OCT. 11 SPEECH
APPENDIX D: TRANSCRIPT OF JAY FAYZA'S SECOND OCT. 11 SPEECH
APPENDIX E: COMPLETE FOOTAGE OF RALLY IN SUPPORT OF FREE SPEECH
APPENDIX F: GREG RENOUF'S OCT. 23 ARTICLE RE: THEO WILLIAMSON
APPENDIX G: GREG RENOUF'S NOV. 20 ARTICLE RE: CHERI DINOVO
APPENDIX H: PARTIAL TRANSCRIPT OF CHAD HALLMAN'S NOV. 24 SPEECH
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
The facts don't care about your opinion.
The facts have no politics, only dimension and weight. Even if the events of October 5, October 11, November
19, November 24 of 2016, and the dates in-between, were not recorded in video and images, stored in
screenshots and audio files, on servers and on written notes, they would still exist in a fashion: immutable,
frozen in time, accessible to those who know how to look for them.
When I first met some of Toronto's transgender/nonbinary activists on October 5, I fell in love with their courage
and solidarity. I had formerly worked as a labour activist and had run several failed union drives. The workers I
had tried to help organize had always started with the best of intentions, but things always got too real for them:
people would always drop out or turn on each other as soon as the chips were on the table and unemployment
became a real possibility. And here were people who were willing to risk not only their jobs, but their lives. Here
were people not just facing constant existential threats, but who were willing to stand up for each other as well as
themselves in facing those threats down.
A young woman took the floor and came out as transgender that day, after Lauren Southern had taken the floor
to denounce the attendees, while Southern was in the audience and her cameraman was still filming. That young
woman was seventeen. She showed more courage that day than I ever will.
From that day forward I have always held that The Rebel Media's account of these events has been false, that
Peterson has pushed a reckless and predatory narrative to enrich himself and to expand his influence, that he
has designed a machine that at one end takes in real transgender bodies and at the other end spits out profit. I
have always had faith that his lies would fall away with time and that the glare of history would leave him
exposed for what he is.
And maybe now it will.
This document was generated as the result of a volunteer-led community watch project conducted in
consultation with members of Toronto's transgender/nonbinary community. Information in this document was
compiled using a borrowed camera, with overhead paid out-of-pocket by this writer and transgender/nonbinary
community members. All time spent on this project was unpaid and no profit was generated as a consequence of
All information in this document was gathered from the filming and photographing of publicly accessible events,
from public-facing online documents and forums, from closed forums through which membership was granted
and in which this writer was a party to discussion, and from private conversations through which one-party
consent for release of information was provided. Sources of information including URLs, locations, dates, times,
and names are provided wherever it is possible to do so.
All information in this document must be considered open-source and available to everyone. This document is
public property. It may be reproduced, recirculated, altered, and otherwise transmitted or changed under all and
However, please be advised that original versions of this document exist securely stored in hard copy and
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misrepresented, original versions can and will be furnished as evidence for use in civil and criminal courts.
If you would like to help cover overhead for this project or would like to see future public interest reports of this
nature, please consider donating to this crowdfunder.
At the time of writing this report, Dr. Jordan B. Peterson is a tenured professor at the University of Toronto
department of psychology. On September 27, 2016, Peterson released a video on his personal YouTube channel
entitled “1. Fear and the Law.” This video resulted in an October 5, 2016 protest on University of Toronto St.
George campus organized by members of Toronto's transgender/nonbinary community. Lauren Southern of The
Rebel Media was present and her colleague was filming this event.
On October 11, 2016, Peterson's student supporters organized a separate demonstration, also on University of
Toronto St. George campus. Lauren Southern of The Rebel Media and Jordan Peterson were keynote speakers
at this event. At least six altercations were caught on film. Five were against counter-demonstrators from the
transgender/nonbinary community and their allies. Peterson was present at the rally for these five assaults and
witnessed at least two. In subsequent public releases, Peterson failed to address these assaults. These assaults
appear to have been committed by off-campus involvements. These assaults may have been coordinated and
committed by members of a Rebel Media associated fraternity.
At the time of writing this report, a high-visibility targeted harassment campaign is underway against Peterson's
detractors, including members of the transgender/nonbinary community. Peterson is aware of this campaign and
is an active contributor. One target of this campaign is a current University of Toronto student who Peterson has
specifically targeted using his personal Twitter account. This campaign appears to be modelled after
“Gamergate,” a high-profile targeted harassment campaign that was conducted in 2014.
On November 19, 2016, several members of Peterson's student organization were observed providing
surveillance and plainclothes security functions for Rebel Media personnel at a large anti-Trump rally at Nathan
Phillips Square. In the days leading up to this rally members of Peterson's student group gained access to
organizing documents through a coordinated infiltration attempt. Their sabotage resulted in Black Lives Matter
Toronto boycotting the event.
On November 24, 2016, a known associate of the white supremacist New Constitution Party of Canada was
observed at an event held by Peterson's student supporters. This associate appeared to be performing
surveillance using a hand held phone. When an event attendee expressed concerns about the presence of white
supremacists in Peterson's student movement, event organizers did not disavow the participation of white
When these organizing activities are taken on the whole, Peterson represents a charismatic figurehead with
simultaneous access to separate surveillance, propaganda, and enforcement arms. These organizing activities
have already resulted in demonstrable material harm to members of the Toronto transgender/nonbinary
community. The tone of Peterson's public releases continues to convey a sense of escalating crisis and he
appears to lack the restraint necessary to prevent future material harm to others.