Media Advisory – For Immediate Release
Neo-Nazi member of La Meute, supposedly "suspended", present at Quebec City demonstration
Shawn Beauvais-MacDonald also posted the white supremacist "14 words"
August 25, 2017 — Shawn Beauvais-MacDonald, the former senior level member of La Meute responsible for anglophone membership, was present at the anti-immigrant protest by La Meute in Quebec City this past Sunday (August 20, 2017). Beauvais-MacDonald was one of the Quebecers revealed to have been present at the Charlottesville neo-Nazi protests interacting with known racists and right-wing extremists.
La Meute's leadership claimed that Beauvais-MacDonald was suspended from the organization, however anti-fascist protesters have a photo of him marching with La Meute members in Quebec City. The photo is linked here: http://montreal-antifasciste.i
nfo/wp-content/uploads/2017/08 /DSC_7673-Copy.jpg (Beauvais-MacDonald is wearing an open blue shirt and black sailor hat.)
More photos available at the following links: http://montreal-antifas
ciste.info/wp-content/uploads/ 2017/08/DSC_7674-Copy.jpg / http://montreal-antifasciste .info/wp-content/uploads/2017/ 08/DSC_7675-Copy.jpg / http://montreal-antifasciste .info/wp-content/uploads/2017/ 08/DSC_7677-Copy.jpg
Beauvais-MacDonald doesn't seem shy about publicly sharing his neo-Nazi, white supremacist beliefs. After his visit to Charlottesville was revealed in the mainstream media, Beauvais-MacDonald posted the white supremacist "14 words" used widely by neo-Nazis. A screenshot is available here: http://montreal-antifasciste.i
nfo/wp-content/uploads/2017/08 /14-words-Copy-1.jpg (posted on August 23, 2017).
For context about the "14 words" consult www.adl.org/education/
references/hate-symbols/14-wor ds or https://en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fourteen_Words
Revealingly, other senior members of La Meute, such as Robert Proule, part of "La Garde" of La Meute, liked Beauvais-MacDonald's comments, in addition to other known racists.
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Source: Montreal Antifasciste: United Against Racism, Patriarchy and Colonialism