Anime Right News (ARN) — Edmonton may be the center of Alberta’s future Canadian Reich (Pictured), at least in the minds of those at CTV, after having placed a national spotlight on the website Trad News following its commentary on Black crime in the province.
Trad News features a lot of content similar to Anime Right News. They also have a number of fresh takes on the Trump administration.
After being Tweeted about by Bashir Mohamed, whose Twitter bio reads "Just a guy on facebook," it was then picked up by a few smaller outlets before being brought to national attention in Canada by CTV a few days later.
Mohamed further claimed that the thumbnail featured in the article was not from Edmonton, something which should be obvious to almost anyone as tongue-in-cheek, unless Sailor Moon is literally taking down Climate Change Cabals.
Which would be hilarious.
Mohamed has ties to both government as well as media.
He previously worked for the government of Alberta in 2016, as well as for the John Humphrey Centre For Peace & Human Rights in 2015. This can be confirmed through his own Tweets, which reference his past attendance at the University of Alberta, where Ezra Levant got his law degree.
Mohamed also has an underlying relationship with media in Canada that began in 2009.
CTV then brought on Jane Lytvynenko from BuzzFeed (Uh) to comment on the story, where she claimed that visiting the about page was actually necessary to verify the legitimacy of a news website, which is noteworthy since Lytvynenko previously cited Anime Right News.
Staff at CTV actually tried demonstrating Lytvynenko's advice.
No media covering the story tried to debunk or dismiss demographic changes in Edmonton noted by Trad News.
Alex Boyd, managing editor at Metro, admitted that her outlet had taken "special care" to obscure the races of the suspects mentioned in the original article. Boyd told Anime Right News this was to place emphasis on usage of the term by Trad News.
Mohamed also pointed to White Nationalist Faith Goldy as being behind the rise of pro-White Canadians.
Goldy had previously tried to find the #AnimeRight in Canada last year, before her departure from The Rebel, which is possibly the reason Mohamed believes she is a White Nationalist involved in normalizing Canadians wanting Canada to remain Canadian. Mohamed has a lot of Tweets about Goldy.
CTV, as the Canadian equivalent to CNN, also promotes regime change in Syria while simultaneously lambasting U.S. President Donald Trump on superficial issues.
Perhaps ironically due to his underlying relationship with Canadian media, Mohamed may have something in common with Anime Right News, as he has openly criticized Israel in the past regarding nuclear weapons.