Monger Organizers: Munk Debates and Anti-Immigrant Policies
monger organizers: In the wake of recent racially and religiously motivated shootings in the United States and Canada, it is absurd and unconscionable to provide a coveted speaking platform to a hate monger, according to National Observer. Organizers of the Munk Debates, under some misguided notion of promoting free speech and encouraging uncomfortable or polarizing conversations, felt it necessary to invite Bannon to debate the rise of populism at Toronto's Roy Thomson Hall. It's a justifiable request and one I fully support. The Munk Debates are self-described as a neutral public forum to discuss challenging issues and ideas. I'm baffled by those who downplay both his troubling past and his more recent involvement in some of Trump's most abhorrent anti-immigrant policies. I can't help but wonder what exactly is challenging, enlightening or edifying about ideas like racism, bigotry, and white supremacy What haven't we figured out about these belief systems so far that we need Bannon to clarify for us Bannon isn't controversial, he's dangerous ; Bannon, U.S. President Donald Trump's former chief strategist, senior advisor, and co-founder of Brietbart News, is not some controversial figure who deserves to be heard and debated; he's dangerous. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.