Jeromie Williams Wages War on Women

WomanToday, Jeromie Williams (Twitter, Face Book, LinkedIn) blogged about a very serious topic: The War on Women [screen shot]. According to Williams,

In the last two years, women in the United States have seen an incredibly alarming upswing in laws, votes and measures meant to restrict their access to cancer screenings, family planning, birth control and abortions, leaving many of those affected feeling shut out and silenced in the process.

Whether it’s the kind of sexist and crushing comments made by Rush Limbaugh about university student Sandra Fluke, or the attempts by US law makers to strip away funding state by state to organizations like Planned Parenthood or even the creation of laws that would force a woman to undergo an invasive and unnecessary transvaginal probe, one thing cannot be ignored any longer: there IS a war on women in our midst.

We’ve thought about this, and we have to agree. There is a war on women. And Jeromie Williams is leading it. That is, if you ask Kim Johnston or the women at Operation Sled Dogs, who have sought restraining orders and police protection against the Misogynist-in-Chief Williams, after he stalked, harassed, and threatened them, their children, and even their pets.

Here are ten ways Jeromie Williams makes war on women. Count down with us, or suggest your own in the comments:

10. Jeromie Williams Cyberstalks and Harasses Women Online

Dirty BoyLate last year, Jeromie demanded that Kim Johnston send himFreebies” (namely, free “Dirty Boy” facewash products) from her company, so that he could auction them off at a party on December 15, 2011 to raise money for “Carry Your Message,” another scam… er, I mean, for “developing the critical workshops and artistic networks required to spread the inspiring message of positive change.” That is, if there’s any money left after Jeromie buys lunch.

Anyway, there was one small problem: Kim Johnston never agreed to send any products. Although Jeromie’s CYM press release listed Kim’s company as a “leading corporation” that was “sponsoring” his event, this was all part of a months-long cyber-stalking, harassment, and extortion campaign. When she didn’t send the products, Jeromie attacked her savagely, calling her a “greedy bitch” and a “broke has been.” He slandered her in false Examiner stories, and he disparaged her company and her products on Twitter (yes, the very same products that he wanted her to send him for free).

Naturally, we complained to Examiner.com, and Jeromie was fired shortly thereafter. That’s when the death threats started…

9. Jeromie Williams Makes Violent Threats Against Women and their Families

On January 6, 2012, Jeromie bombarded Kim’s e-mail account with more than a dozen threatening e-mails, all from Jeromie’s gmail account (all in the span of a little over an hour). “[M]y ticket to Boulder is booked and I am coming for you,” he warned. “I’m coming to Colorado. I know where you are.” (“I can pinpoint your address within 50 feet.”)

He also threatened Kim’s young sons with a “campaignof terror: “Their lives are going to be fucked because of you.  Ab-so-lute-ly fucked.” And: “I know where your sons are…” As if that wasn’t enough, he also threatened Kim’s beloved dogs: “You have to go back to Boulder at some point … your dogs are thereI am coming.” (He also threatened me: “First you go down, then Topher is next. I know where both of you are, and you’re both going to get it.“)

A few short months later, after scamming a sled dog rescue group out of thousands of dollars, Jeromie was back at it, threatening women over the phone, and in voicemail messages. Once again, he told the women “You’re going down” and “I know exactly where you are.” That’s his modus operandi, it seems. And with few exceptions, the threats are all directed at women.

Audio of Jeromie’s threats has been provided by The Pet Advocates Network.

8. Jeromie Williams Calls Women Abhorrent Names

In the poem recited in Jeromie’s video, we are told “Keep your salacious, aggressive, sexist insults to yourself. I’m not listening.”

That’s ironic, because Jeromie has called Kim Johnston, the creator of this blog, a “saggy titted cunt” (among other things):

Around the same time, Jeromie apparently felt the need to tell everyone that he, on the other hand, has “great tits.”

I’m not even going to get into the vicious names Jeromie’s sock puppet accounts (Paula Neufeld and Shelly Comeon) called Kim.

But speaking of sock puppets…

7. Jeromie Williams Impersonates Women Online, Often to Attack Other (Real) Women

There is clear evidence that Jeromie Williams maintains a vast network of fake online profiles, many of them women, including:

Jeromie also created fake Twitter and Facebook accounts for “a mom and two daughters in Alaska who hoped Sarah [Palin] would run for president.”

Speaking of Sarah Palin…

6. Jeromie Williams Enjoys Killing Women With Chainsaws In Sick Video Games

Jeromie Williams supports disgusting sites like RepublicanZombieDefense.com, including the vile “Tea Party Zombies Must Die” game in which players must murder a “Sarah Palin” zombie with a chainsaw.

Jeromie has described Sarah Palin as a “venomous bobble head” who is “flooding the airwaves with corporate sponsored conservative bulls***.”

But no worries, I guess, as long as Jeromie can fantasize about chopping up women in politics whenever he disagrees with them.

5. Jeromie Williams Interferes in the Investigation of Serious Crimes Against Women

As we have reported previously, Jeromie’s articles for the Examiner.com often involved events that never happened, people who don’t exist, and even supposed witnesses to serious crimes who do not exist, at least not outside of the imagination of Jeromie Williams.

One particularly egregious case involved a serious assault during the Vancouver riot last June. A 17-year-old girl named Chelsea Bossons had her jaw broken by an East Indian man, but Jeromie Williams made up a mysterious witness who implicated her boyfriend. We can only assume he did this to generate traffic to his (pay-per-visit) Examiner articles, collect more accolades like this, and to con his way back onto Ezra Levant’s show on the Sun News Network (now featured prominently on Jeromie’s CV on his site).

To say nothing of the impact on this young woman, her family, her boyfriend, his family, and so on, this apparently caused great trouble for the Vancouver Police Department and Crown prosecutors in British Columbia, who were stuck chasing phantom witnesses instead of the thug who actually attacked Ms. Bossons so brutally.

4. Jeromie Williams Vows to Picket Breast Cancer Research Fundraising Events

As we have previously noted, Jeromie has pledged to “picket” the next Pink Ribbon event in Montreal. He is apparently outraged that these events, which promote breast cancer research, education, advocacy, health services and social support programs, are “not inclusive of men, transgendered and minorities.”

He is just demonstrably wrong, of course. As usual. In fact, the Susan G. Komen Foundation includes and benefits people of all races and genders through their research.

Some men wear pink ties throughout the year “to raise awareness, inspire involvement and spark conversations about the importance of breast health.” The Foundation even sells pink handguns, which have proven popular with gun enthusiasts, as well as innocent women who have been threatened by creepy cyberstalkers like Jeromie Williams.

3. Jeromie Williams Steals From Women

Though we are not certain, we suspect that Jeromie’s various ChipIn scams have disproportionately affected women. To our knowledge, for example, women run the Operation Sled Dog rescue group, and they went into significant debt in order to rescue 25 Huskies from a dog sledding company owner. When Jeromie embezzled $1,800 from the Pet Pardons ChipIn accounts set up for OSD, he was stealing from them.

He later slandered the women on his blog, accusing them of killing the dogs, or breeding the dogs, or who knows what else. Just more of the same, really.

Earlier he apparently embezzled up to $1,177 from the women at the Linda Blair World Heart Foundation, an organization dedicated to rescuing animals in California, and up to $544 from the women at the Humane Society International in Canada.

2. Jeromie Williams Was An Internet Pornographer

While Jeromie would have you believe that he’s an anti-pornography crusader, he worked as a “Social Media Specialist” at Playboy Plus Entertainment Inc., according to his LinkedIn page. We gather he didn’t last long there.

Still, Jeromie Williams, who once complained about inappropriate images showing up on Facebook walls and news feeds in his Examiner articles, had a job where he posted those very same inappropriate images to Facebook [WARNING: Last link NSFW]. Not to mention that Jeromie also maintains an active Stickam account. This site, which the New York Times has described as “icky”, is notorious as a playground for internet predators and pedophiles.

In any case, Jeromie now openly brags about his history working for “Team Heffner” at Playboy (though he doesn’t appear to know how to spell Hefner’s name).

Of course, many women’s rights organizations argue that hardcore pornography is degrading and disrespectful to women, and lowers them back to a time when they were looked upon as mere sex objects.

Speaking of which…

1. Jeromie Williams Blogs About Shutting Young Women Up With Giant Black Penises

No kidding:

This one wins the disgusting misogynist of the year prize, I think.

As our friend Wray Smith would say, quod erat demonstrandum.

When you consider that Jeromie also has a history of calling young boysfaggy,” and attacking aboriginal Canadians, you can see the evidence is really starting to pile up: Jeromie Williams is a disgusting, thieving, misogynist bigot. No reputable organization would have anything to do with him: The Examiner, The Gaily, even Playboy… all have cut ties with him.

Incredibly, however, Jeromie continues to serve as Director of Operations at Pet Pardons Canada, despite the fact that we have posted evidence that he was breaking the organization’s rules, and stealing from various ChipIn accounts. We have also told them about all his other outrageous behaviour, some of which is listed above.

They just don’t care, which tells you all you need to know about Pet Pardons.

UPDATE (August 3, 2012): Well, if you were counting, it took only four (4) days for Jeromie Williams to threaten yet another woman. Just pathetic.

Jeromie Williams Attacks Aboriginal Senator

Senator Patrick BrazeauWe were shocked and disgusted today as Jeromie Williams (Twitter, Face Book, LinkedIn) attacked aboriginal Canadian senator Patrick Brazeau (pictured at right). Just 37 years old, Senator Brazeau is the youngest current Canadian senator. Ironically, he’s also roughly the same age as Jeromie Williams (who also lives in Quebec). However, unlike the unemployed Williams, who spends his time drinking Jameson Irish whiskey for lunch and stalking, harassing, and threatening women, their children, and even their pets, Senator Brazeau has led a remarkably productive and successful life.

Brazeau is the former national chief of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples, and also served with the Canadian Forces Maritime Command. He also recently helped to raise $230,000 for cancer research (sadly he lost his mother to the disease).

So, what does Jeromie Williams have to say about Senator Brazeau?

In other words, that he’s a fraud artist, who scams people out of their hard-earned money.

What makes this all the more remarkable, and hilarious, is Jeromie’s own history as a fraud artist, who scams people out of their hard-earned money.

When Senator Brazeau raised that $230,000, did he keep a third of it for himself, as “administration fees,” like Jeromie did in the OSD case? No.

Did he threaten the cancer research group with violence when they asked for their money, as Jeromie did in the OSD case? No.

We could continue, but you get the idea.

Pet Pardons Contributing Editor Defends Jeromie Williams’ Disgusting and Criminal Behaviour

Cayr Ariel WulffUPDATE: In the comments, Cayr Ariel Wulff is outraged that we have written she supports a man who makes death threats against women and kids and steals thousands of dollars from animal rescue operations. Oops, sorry. Actually, she’s just outraged about… copyright infringement (that we have used her picture, at right).

For the record, under 17 USC § 107, fair use of copyrighted work for the purposes of criticism, comment, or news reporting, is not an infringement of copyright. This is a non-profit, educational site.

UPDATE 2 (August 6, 2012): After libeling the OSD group, Alison Hector, and myself in the comments (see below), Cayr Ariel Wulff submitted a sham DMCA takedown letter to WordPress, demanding they remove her picture from their servers. Normally we would have no hesitation to file a counter notification to ask WordPress to restore the image. However, given that we would have to provide our addresses for Ms. Wulff’s process server, and that she would undoubtedly forward them to Jeromie Williams, who has threatened to kill us, we are still working on an appropriate response.

Fortunately one of the members of our group is a graphic artist, who was able to provide an alternative rendition of Ms. Wulff. We feel it suits her personality better than the original.

Original story continues below.

First, a quick recap.

When this blog revealed Jeromie Williams’ history of fabricating events, people, and even supposed witnesses to serious crimes in his column at the Examiner.com, they fired him immediately.

When we revealed that he had made death threats against the creators of this blog, stalked their kids, and harassed them using homophobic epithets (yes, really), the LGBT website The Gaily fired him a few months later.

When we contacted Pet Pardons Canada, where Jeromie serves as Director of Operations, with evidence that he was breaking the organization’s rules, and stealing from various ChipIn accounts, they didn’t even respond. That’s right, back in January, co-founders Chris Hoar and Ashley Owen Hill didn’t even respond to us.

You might think, well, they’re probably wishing they had taken our warnings more seriously, given that Jeromie has since stolen more money (this time $1,800 from a sled dog rescue group), as confirmed by Toronto Pet Daily. Not to mention that, once again, he has made a series of violent threats against anyone who dares to reveal his disgusting behaviour online.

But, it seems, you would be wrong.

Pet Pardons Contributing Editor Cayr Ariel Wulff (email) has defended Jeromie Williams all along. In her mind, the real problem is not Jeromie’s fraud, embezzlement, or violent threats… It’s this blog:

In other words, it’s apparently fine for Jeromie to steal $1,800 from an animal rescue group, then threaten them over the phone when they have the temerity to ask where their money went (“You’re going down…I know exactly where you are” etc.).

But if I dare to write about this on a blog, I am the creepy stalker.

Naturally I took exception to this, so I asked her about it on Twitter. Her response was just more of the same. We are stalking Jeromie, she explained, because this blog is “unwanted/obsessive attention by an individual or group toward another person.” Oh, I’ll bet Jeromie doesn’t want the attention. I bet he wants to scam more unsuspecting animal lovers out of another $1,800. Well, too bad.

Also, she seems to think it’s “bullshit” that we’re “ganging up” on Jeromie, in part because we’re only giving one side (“bias!“). Well, as I responded to her there, if Jeromie would like to refute anything we have written, we’ll happily post it too.

Of course, if he could have refuted anything on our blog, my guess is that he would have done so long ago. Instead, he sent us death threats.

It seems Ms. Wulff just released a new book, Circling the Waggins: How Five Misfit Dogs Saved Me from Bewilderness. The first part is fitting, really, given how eager she (and Pet Pardons) are to circle the, er, waggins, around Jeromie Williams.

But she still seems incredibly bewildered to us.