Montreal Simon: Can An Anti-Bullying Video Be Too Shocking?

The images are shocking and disturbing.Just like the real thing.But can an anti-bullying video be too shocking?You be the judge…Read more »

Montreal Simon: Rehtaeh Parsons and the Bully Harper

It's hard to imagine a worse horror story.  A young woman is sexually assaulted, and publicly humiliated.Her school does nothing. A  police investigation goes nowhere. Then she is bullied, and then she kills herself. Read more »

Montreal Simon: Bill Whatcott: A Horrible Bigot Gets Busted

He is one of the most grotesque bigots this country has ever seen.A former male prostitute, drug addict, and violent criminal who claims he found Jesus in jail.He has gone after gay people, Muslims, and the pro-choice movement in the most disgusting ways imaginable.In 2008 after Dr Morgentaler received the Order of Canada, he defecated ...

Montreal Simon: The Bullies and the Pork Chop Video

I started this blog years ago, to among other things, fight the bullies in our schools.Only to find myself fighting the bullies of the Harper regime, day in day out.The ones who can't find a dollar for anti-bullying programs. The ones who are bullying a whole country.But every now and then, like I did the ...

Montreal Simon: The Con Bullies and the Dead Children

Three days ago hundreds of people gathered to remember Port Coquitlam teen Amanda Todd.She would have been sixteen next week, but she killed herself last October after two years of being bullied and cyber-stalked. It was a beautiful ceremony, both sad and inspiring. Read more »

Montreal Simon: Hate Crimes and the Fatal Blindness

I’m glad to see that reported hate crimes are down in Canada. It’s really good news for most people. Just not so good if you’re gay.  The report said, though, that while the rate of racial hate crimes was down 20 per cent from 2009 and the rate of religion-based incidents was down 17 per cent, ...

Montreal Simon: My Easter Message and the Real Christians

Well I must admit I can’t think of a better Easter message, than this one outside a church in Oregon.  Tom Tate, the pastor of Rose City Park United Methodist Church in northeast Portland, told The Blaze that the sign shows his 385-member church’s “radical hospitality” towards people who feel alienated from faith. “The ones ...