After the events of the Capitol in Washington and the imposition of a curfew in Quebec, the police forces tighten their surveillance of the web. Our Bureau of Investigation presents some of the leading figures of the anti-Masque and pro-Trump conspiracy movements in Quebec. According to our information, these are subjects of interest to the authorities on the internet.
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48 years old
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- The most popular figure among Quebec conspirators, he broadcast his propaganda on the radioquebec.ca site until the Californian company Webflow closed it on January 11.
- In a video from January 8, he assures us that Donald Trump “let the Democratic Party of President-elect Joe Biden cheat” to be able to catch them. According to him, the assault on the Capitol is the work of the “antifas” and the “deep state”.
- His videos on the pandemic have exceeded 170,000 views and his YouTube channel, now closed, had 124,000 subscribers.
- Banned from Facebook and Twitter.
- He still has a Linked-In account, where he posts links to his videos on the Rumble site.
- Cossette-Trudel notably migrated to Odyssee, a video site launched last September, which attracts several of the conspirators that YouTube has chased.
- He also publishes on Gab, the platform of choice for the American far-right that Google and Apple have banned.
- He also broadcasts his propaganda on VK, the Russian equivalent of Facebook.
- It still has a page on PayPal to receive funding, as does the Patreon site, which streams videos in exchange for paid subscriptions.
- We asked LinkedIn, PayPal and Patreon to comment on its use of their platforms. They did not respond.
56 years old
- Participate in anti-mask demonstrations.
- He has over 50,000 followers on Facebook, and his videos are sometimes viewed over a million times.
- He operates an online financial advice business through which he sells packages to view his personal finance videos.
- In November, the disciplinary board of the Order of Chartered Professional Accountants of Quebec found him guilty of violating articles of his code of ethics in connection with videos posted on Facebook. He has since resigned from his Order and will know his sanction next month.
- In the judgment, excerpts from his videos are cited where he argues that Bill Gates wants to insert microchips into COVID-19 vaccines to control the population remotely using 5G cellular technology.
48 years old
- Leader since 2018 of the ruling Citizens party.
- President of the Foundation for the Defense of the Rights and Freedoms of the People, which initiated legal proceedings this summer against the government in order to contest the containment measures.
- A member of the Order of Chartered Professional Accountants of Quebec, he is the subject of a complaint to its disciplinary council for having damaged the reputation of the profession.
- In May, he claimed on Facebook that COVID-19 “is nothing but an international coup by a clique of powerful thugs against the peoples of the world.”
- In December he invited his subscribers to boycott the foundation of Dr Julien by affirming that one of his advertisements hides a “satanist sign”. He then retracted.
- A prominent figure in the conspiracy movement, he helped organize an anti-mask demonstration last summer.
- Former Storm Alliance figurehead, according to Press and Radio-Canada, an ultra-nationalist anti-immigration group.
- His Facebook account was closed at the beginning of January. He claims to be leading a judicial campaign to arrest François Legault and Horacio Arruda who, according to him, are leading a “health dictatorship”.
- In May 2019, he was found in contempt of court for ignoring a judge’s order asking him to stop giving legal advice to his subscribers when he was not a lawyer. He was fined.
Steeve “L’Artiss” Charland
- Participate in rallies against the containment measures and deliver speeches.
- Former member of the anti-immigration group La Meute.
- The videos published on his Facebook page have recorded between 20,000 and 30,000 views.
- In November, he posted on Facebook that the pandemic was a “global conspiracy”.
André Pitre «Stu Pitt»
51 years old
- He calls himself “Stu Pitt” in the header of his Facebook page.
- Founder of Stu-Dio, an alternative media relaying several conspiracy theories financed by donations.
- His YouTube channel had more than 30,000 subscribers before it was closed in December.
- He migrated to the Odyssee video site.
- In a video posted on his website in December, he denies the existence of the pandemic. He ensures that the Deep State is taking advantage of COVID-19 to control the population.
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