Saturday, March 18, 2023

Internet Sleuths

While the internet often does much harm to innocent parties, it also allows for a form of social and even criminal justice when bad things happen. Invariably, these bad things occur when people behave in ignorant, racist and unkind ways. One of the foremost sheriffs of this landscape is Michal McWhorter, a Floridian who uses as his Twitter handle TizzyEnt. Most of the mischief he chronicles consists of Americans behaving very badly, but the following, culled from the streets of Toronto, was originally posted by a Canadian, @thatdaneshguy, whose Twitter account, I see, has been suspended. 

It features two men (pictured above), one a professor at George Brown College, Tom Supra, and the other, Jerry Jarosinski, an employee of Klick Health, behaving in an indefensible manner.

One hopes that a measure of justice will ensue. Judging by some of the comments in response to this tweet, the odds seem good: 

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Hey , I'm sure you don't want this kind of man teaching at your prestigious place of higher learning, especially considering what I'm sure is a diverse student body.

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You should be ashamed to be represented by such a terrible, racist, and frightening person.

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is this the sort of behaviour that's condoned by your company? This is pretty embarrassing for your company if it is. I can guarantee you that if I was a minority I wouldn't waste any time giving your company my business. Jerry Jarosinski needs a come to jesus talk.

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has his @account suspended I wonder why. I hope it’s not because of both those racist from Toronto 🇨🇦 I saw it was on collage and young st. It’s a hate crime in Canada what those two did to that Asian woman. I hope he gets his account back he helps so much🙏🇨🇦

Clearly, the ball is in the court of George Brown College and Klick Health, which ironically has received accolades for inclusiveness. Feel free to spread the word about these two misfits.

I shall keep you informed of any developments in this sordid affair.

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