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Faith Goldy Wiki: Faith Julia Goldy born June 8, 1989, also known as Faith Goldy-Bazos, is a Canadian political commentator. Faith Goldy‘s views have been described as a far-right and white nationalist. She wrote and reported for The Rebel Media, including live coverage of events surrounding 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Her contract was terminated in 2017 after Faith Goldy appeared in an interview on The Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi website.
Faith Goldy was a candidate in the 2018 Toronto mayoral election, finishing third with 3.4% of the vote.
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Faith Goldy was born on June 8, 1989. She received her formal education at Havergal College, a K–12 private schools, and studied at Huron College at the University of Western Ontario. Faith Goldy later graduated in politics and history from Trinity College at the University of Toronto, minoring in philosophy and physics. Faith Goldy also began a Master of Public Policy degree at the University of Toronto School of Public Policy and Governance. In 2012, she received the Gordon Cressy Student Leadership Award from the University of Toronto Alumni Association.
Faith Goldy broadcast a live stream in August 2017 covering the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, protesting the removal of Confederate monuments. Faith Goldy mocked counter-protesters and complained of apparent police bias against the alt-right demonstrators. Goldy’s video also recorded the car attack which killed counter-protester Heather Heyer. Rebel Media co-founder Brian Lilley resigned after Faith Goldy‘s broadcasts were published to the site. Faith Goldy was fired by co-founder Ezra Levant after she appeared on The Krypto Report, a podcast on the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer. The Levant explained that he had directed Faith Goldy not to cover the events in Charlottesville and that her appearance on The Daily Stormer was “just too far”. Faith Goldy later stated she had made “a poor decision” in consenting to the Stormer interview.
In December 2017, Faith Goldy appeared on the alt-right podcast Millennial Woes and recited a white supremacist slogan, the Fourteen Words: “We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children”. Faith Goldy continued: “I don’t see that as controversial … We want to survive.” As a result of reciting the slogan, crowdfunding site Patreon suspended her account in May 2018 and Faith Goldy was subsequently banned from PayPal that July. After losing her Patreon account, she began receiving contributions through an alternative crowdfunding system, Freestate. This platform was itself shut out of PayPal the same month, leaving her unable to receive payments.
As of August 2018, Faith Goldy‘s YouTube channel had over 60,000 subscribers.
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