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Friday, September 29, 2017

Leftists drive "Soldiers of Odin" out of soup kitchen

David McKinnon of the Sudbury Chapter of the Soldiers of Odin. Until this week, the group volunteered at the Soup Kitchen a few times a week. Gino Donato/Sudbury Star/Postmedia Network

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(The Sudbury Star)  -  The Soldiers of Odin are done -- at least for now -- volunteering at the Blue Door Soup Kitchen in the Samaritan Centre.
An online petition launched Thursday sought to oust members of the local chapter of the Soldiers of Odin as volunteers at the soup kitchen. However, those volunteers completed their last shift on Tuesday, as it turns out.
"(The petition) is pointless because they will no longer be volunteering at the Soup Kitchen," Marc Leduc, president of the Blue Door Soup Kitchen board, said Friday. "That should put this all to rest. We, at the Soup Kitchen, we have only one purpose. We are very inclusive. We pride ourselves in helping everyone who might need help at all times. We have no issue with any group at the soup kitchen.
"But, the controversy with having that issue (Soldiers of Odin volunteers) going on is not something we want to be a part of."
Leduc said the decision to end volunteering by the Soldiers of Odin was mutual. He said the soup kitchen didn't want the distraction.

"We want to put 100 per cent of our efforts to running a good soup kitchen," he said. "We really want to move on. We don't want to be generating any controversy. We just want to go on assisting the community."
Sudbury Against Fascism prepared the open letter, which is connected to the online petition. it was aimed at expelling the Soldiers of Odin from volunteering at the Blue Door Soup Kitchen.
The group called on readers to share the open letter and online petition on social media and with family, co-workers and classmates. It urged them to call the soup kitchen to "echo the letter's demands," contact Sudbury Against Fascism to assist with petition blitzes or get coverage for media stories and volunteer at the Soup Kitchen themselves.
"We ask that the Blue Door Soup Kitchen forbid the Soldiers of Odin from the Soup Kitchen premises," reads the open letter. "We also ask that the Blue Door Soup Kitchen, and anybody who has been connected with the Soldiers of Odin, publicly distance their organization from them ...
"The (Soldiers of Odin) are a vile cancer in our society, but they have recognized there are hungry people who need to be fed. Fortunately, we do not need a racist gang to do that! Sudbury Against Fascism will be putting up our own volunteers at the Soup Kitchen, and we call on others to volunteer with us as well "¦
"Racism and bigotry have no place in our communities. Thank you for standing against racism and oppression by clearly stating that the Soldiers of Odin have no place at the Soup Kitchen."
In a letter to The Star, Justin Smith, president of the Soldiers of Odin in Sudbury, defended the group.
"There are some out there who believe we are fascists, racists, and any other bad names you can think of," he wrote. "Even though we have been here for over a year now, we've only been called names recently. Never have any members done anything bad to anyone and not even the regional nor the provincial police have heard of anything.
"If they have no evidence of criminal activity, which some members of the public claim, why is it that claims of violence and harassment are now commonplace?"
Smith said the Soldiers of Odin in Canada are a non-profit organization that aims to help communities.
"We pick up needles when no one else will, we help at the soup kitchen because they need help, we assist with local legions when they need help and veterans who cannot do their own yard work, we pick up garbage which others carelessly discard, we help other groups if they need people to help them (as with the organ donor car show), we also help individuals who ask for it or if others ask on their behalf," he wrote.
"We have not participated in any activities which may be taken negatively. We are all average people who want to better our communities. None of us wishes anything bad on anyone and if we come across someone within our ranks who is a bad apple, they are removed. That's if they make it through our vetting process. We only want to help by giving up our own time, effort, and money."
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

they may be better to create there own soup kitchen org. to hepl people ...
leftist are most zealous of those soup kitchens fron then , cause they think that as a "scheme" to "buy votes" from "needy people" ... SOCIALISM