In one of her online videos from her suburban Toronto bedroom, 19-year-old Veronica Bouchard slouches before the camera in a low-cut dress and a choker, lamenting the Jewish conspiracy to control society by corrupting minds with degenerate interracial pornography.In another, she offers cupcakes decorated with swastikas to a portrait of Adolf Hitler, as she sings him Happy Birthday.“Hitler actually wasn’t that bad. He wasn’t evil at all. And he’s one of my favourite people of all time,” she says.Petite and pretty, she speaks variously in an overacted breathy whisper, or a treacly, girlish singsong, sometimes blatantly trying to force tears about the supposed genocide of white people. At other times, she is vulgar, smug, sarcastic, agitated and angry, swearing at the suggestion she is uneducated and ignorant.Ignore what she says, and she could be any other petulant teenager talking to her phone. But Bouchard, known as Evalion, is fast becoming a leading star of neo-Nazism, and her runaway popularity threatens to upend the nearly unbroken tradition of male dominance in white supremacy.Tagged online as “Future Queen of the Fourth Reich,” she is a prime example — the latest, not the first — of how young women can become the hot new thing in racist subcultures almost overnight, far easier than sieg-heiling, black-costumed, tattooed male skinheads.“I know she’s getting something out of it. I got something out of it. I got the attention, I got people listening to me for the first time and all that. But I find it really sad, too. It’s not going to be a good ending,” said Elisa Hategan, who was recruited into the neo-Nazi Heritage Front as a teenager in 1990s Toronto, and quickly became a prominent speaker, but has long since disavowed racism. “She’s not going to get out of this thing until she gets arrested.”In the last year, Bouchard has been banned from YouTube; promoted by her “friend” Paul Fromm, a disgraced former teacher and Canada’s hapless wannabe Goebbels; fawningly hosted by creepy middle-aged male racists, such as Brian Ruhe and James Sears; questioned about hate propaganda by border agents who searched her journals and computer as she returned from Germany; and investigated by police for the rare criminal charge of promoting hatred. There is also an investigation in Germany, where Holocaust denial is illegal, and where some of her videos appear to have been made. As Bouchard put it, she believes the Holocaust “might not have happened.”
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siehe auch: Formal hate crimes complaints filed with police over GTA teen YouTuber (nov. 2016). At least two police departments in the Greater Toronto Area have received hate crime complaints against a local teenager over racist and anti-Semitic videos posted on YouTube. But one group worries nothing is being done to uphold anti-hate laws in Canada. Christina Stevens reports. She appears sweet and bubbly, but her video messages are chilling. In one video, Greater Toronto Area teenager Veronica Bouchard sides with the Klu Klux Klan. “They weren’t just n—– lynchers, they were actually working towards pro-right goals and they were very anti-degeneracy and me and them would agree with a lot of things,” she said. Bouchard, who just turned 19 this month, is having burgeoning success on YouTube. Her videos containing racial slurs and anti-Semitic messages have had hundreds of thousands of views. When she was shut down by YouTube, other people reposted the videos.
This week, the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs submitted a hate crimes complaint to Toronto police.